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Soundscape: World Beat at the Dairy Arts Center, Boulder

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The Dairy's World Beat concerts in the Soundscape series feature music from three different countries. For this concert, musicians presenting music Brazil, Sweden and the Balkans will be represented on stage performing one after the other in a round-robin fashion. Dazzling audiences with the captivating rhythms and energy of traditional Brazilian music for over a decade, Boulder based Brazilian band GINGA is known for bringing audiences to a quiet purr with a sultry Bossa Nova, or blow the roof off the evening with a full blown Carnaval-style samba dance party. Scandinavian folk musician and Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at CU Boulder, BENJAMIN TEITELBAUM, specializes in Swedish folk music and Sweden’s unofficial national instrument, the Nykelharpa, and tours nationally and internationally as a performer and teacher. PLANINA is the third group, known for our renditions of haunting and beautiful songs from Eastern Europe and the Balkans, performed in authentic costumes, and singing in the original languages with regional vocal styling. This concert will be an exciting and cultural musical conversation you won’t want to miss!

Pricing: $15.00/Full Price, $10.00/Students

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Earlier Event: November 11
2017 Boulder Balkan Bash