Dornob Collective at Tango del Rey PastMonday, Dec 30, 2013 ,
Join us for an evening of inter-cultural music-making at the beautiful Tango Del Rey off of I-5 in Pacific Beach.
o Dornob: Persian dastgah music in the spirit of jazz.
o ÁfroJazmahalis: Jazz, Persian Jazz, Latin.
o Los Bandaritos: Afro-Arab music from the Persian Gulf.
Doors open at 7:00 PM. Music starts at 8:30 PM.
Tim Newton (drums)
Dara Bamoradi (qanun)
Jesse Audelo (saxophone)
Brian Repec (keyboards)
Masih Salafzoun (tombak, daf)
Omar Lopez (bass, fretless bass)
Louis Vallenzuela (lead guitar, oud)
Farhad Bahrami (tar, guitar, electric oud)
Tango Del Rey is located in Pacific Beach, close to I-5.
No-one will be turned away.
o The Afrojazziacs play a variety of musical styles including contemporary and traditional Afro-Cuban, jazz, funk, reggae, cumbia, salsa, rumba, Brazilian, Colombian, American, Mexican and more. Its members are young professional musicians looking to bring a fresh perspective to world music. Playing regularly throughout San Diego, Los Angeles, and Mexico, each works in many different fields of music. The Afrojazziacs play original music with lyrics in English, Spanish, and African dialects.
o Dornob are a collective of musicians spanning two generations who've been playing Iranian musics in San Diego since 1985. Our goals, in addition to friendship and fun, include learning the musical tradition, fostering creativity, and crossing cultural bridges.
o Los Bandaritos play Afro-Arab music from the Persian Gulf. Bandari - "from the port" - music, also known as Khaliji - "from the gulf" - is a powerful fusion music like reggae and blues with African rhythms and Arabic/Persian melodies. This trance-like music is used in the many countries and islands of the Persian Gulf as much for healing as for listening and dancing. Los Bandaritos offer a unique interpretation of Bandari music right here from the port of San Diego!
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