Are you all ready for a feast because I know I am! Over this holiday break, I hope you are all staying warm, eating a lot of tasty food, and looking at the new World Music/CRASHarts season! There is one more show this year (December 12-John Medeski) and then shows will kick off again on January 15 with Fanfare Ciocarlia. There are many diverse, talented, and exciting artists in our upcoming season so be sure to take a look. We have many old and new artists and performers, none of which should be passed up.
Enjoy the holiday, stay warm, and stay safe!
Hey everyone, it’s Adriana!
I’m back and I will be popping back in whenever I can! Last week was a crazy, exciting week of shows for World Music/CRASHarts and I’m sad I was not able to attend any of the shows. Luckily there are many great shows coming up! Anyway, here is a review from one of our shows last week, Rhythm of Rajasthan at Johnny D’s. Take a read and hope you enjoyed the show.
Fifteen years after leaving Cuba, Pedrito MartÃnez, a first-call player for recording sessions of all kinds, is releasing his first CD as a bandleader on Tuesday.
An interview with Pedrito Martinez
The Rhythm of Rajasthan perform a mix of traditional rhythms and melodies from Rajasthan, India. They bring their blend of poetry, dance and music …
Tonight at Johnny D’s, too!
Members of Indiana University’s Ukrainian Club connected with the avant-garde ensemble DakhaBrakha on Lotus weekend, and Ethnomusicology grad student Shaun Williams had a chance to talk to the band about their music, their creative process, and their impressions of American [&]
Great interview with DakhaBrakha :)
Goodness, things have been very busy here at World Music/CRASHarts.
We have 4 shows in the next few days, two of which are tonight (Ben Sollee and DakhaBrakha!) They’re both going to be amazing, and I hope some of you followers will be there too.
Rhythm of Rajasthan is tomorrow, and then Jorge Drexler will be in town on Sunday. Next Thursday is Celtic Fiddle Festival, too. Lots of fun shows to look forward to.