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Dolunay at Brooklyn Maqam Hang

September 18, 2019

 

With a musical vision that is at once ethereal and grounded, Dolunay flirts with the soundscape of the ancient Ottomans, tracing its migration through Balkan villages, coaxing it across seas and oceans, and grafting it onto a Brooklyn-based backdrop. The trio infuses classic and contemporary traditions with an urban grit that can only be found in New York City’s confluence of musical and cultural forces. With an array of original compositions offered alongside renditions of Turkish and Rumeli standards, the music of Dolunay (Turkish for “full moon”) offers listeners an escape from the press of city life.

8:00pm – Dolunay 9:00pm – Open Jam Session Admission: $10 Doors at 7:30pm

Featuring: Jenny Luna – voice, percussion Adam Good – ud Eylem Basaldi – violin


Balkan Mondays: Seyyah & Balkan Jam

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Balkan Mondays on October 1st will feature Seyyah followed by a Balkan Jam.
$10

8:00pm
Seyyah is a group bringing together some of NYC’s finest musicians in the Balkan/Middle-Eastern music scene. The group performs music from Turkey and Greece.

Jenny Luna – vocals, percussion
Kane Mathis – ud
Eylem Basaldi – violin
Lefteris Bournias – clarinet
John Murchison – kanun
Adam Good – bass
Shane Shanahan – percussion
Philip Mayer – percussion

9:00 – Balkan Jam

Musicians are welcome to sit in on a tune or two for the Balkan Jam. Get in touch for the playlist!