Women's Voices Around The World: Eva Salina, Lisa Gutkin, and Dolunay
Thurs, Apr 24, 8:30pm
Jalopy Theatre and School of Music
315 Columbia Street,
Brooklyn, New York
Join us for a fantastic evening of music with...
9:00 - Eva Salina Primack - "Eva’s rich, versatile, agile, deep and powerful voice and her enthusiastic, skillful, inspired and inspiring teaching have led her to quickly become a reknowned singer, interpreter, and teacher of Traditional Balkan Vocal music."
9:45 - Lisa Gutkin - w/ Uri Sharlin on accordion
& Rémy Yulzari, Double Bassist
As Grammy-winning violinist and song writer for The Klezmatics, Gutkin has consistently proven a masterful musician. But fans who have only witnessed her within the context of the Klezmatics have experienced just a fragment of what this multi-faceted artist is capable of producing. She might swing seamlessly from traditional Irish fiddle tunes to blues, Balkan or Appalachian sounds. Or she might put the violin down altogether, pick up a tenor guitar and sing one of her own universally resonant songs. Wherever she goes Gutkin has an uncanny way of taking the audience with her.
10:30 - Dolunay NYC - Dolunay (Turkish for “full moon”) plays the songs of the people of Turkish descent who lived across Rumeli, the southern Balkan region of the Ottoman Empire. Dolunay brings new life to the timeless songs and melodies of this region, known for its rich cultural diversity. Based in Brooklyn, the group features top-notch musicians from the NY music scene.
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