NAFDA Midwest 4-Missouri Frame Drum Festival

NAFDA Midwest® 4- Missouri Frame Drum Festival
April 27, 2013 in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA


Hosted & Sponsored by
Forest Park Campus of St. Louis Community College – Mildred Bastian Center – Theater
5600 Oakland Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63110 USA

FREE – all-inclusive for 4 workshops & concert

(lodging, travel & meals – not included)
To come for free you must pre-register!
PRIVATE LESSONS with NAFDA artists for attendees only are available at any NAFDA event for an extra charge per lesson and must be pre-arranged.

INFO: Reservations
NAFDA Midwest Director: Dr. Thomas Zirkle
Michael Bissonnette – Irish Bodhran
Todd Roach – Lap Style Frame Drum
N. Scott Robinson – Tamburello
Thomas Zirkle – Riqq
Guest Musician: Michael Mullins (Uilleann Pipes)



International festival of frame drums art and culture


13 > 17  june 2012



Frame Drums Italia is an International Festival born with the aim of providing its participants a broad view on the study and practice of frame drums in relation to both the traditional and modern musical languages in which they are applied. In addition to this, the Festival features some high-interest activities for both the performes and teachers wishing to broaden their instruments possibilities, such as the scenical use of drums in theatrical settings as well as their use in music-therapy. All of this will take place for four days in the beautiful italian countryside of Marche, more precisely in the charming medieval town of Montelparo, where a nice ex-monastery will host the event as usual. This 2012 Festival edition is conceived to offer an even more organic and articulated tuition path than ever before, by a close-knit team of teachers. Frame drums different languages and applications will be covered with a comparative and multidisciplinary focus, offering students an invaluable opportunity for learning and deepening their knowledge.





by Andrea Piccioni


“Total Tamburello” is a style created by Andrea Piccioni as a result of many years of deep studies and revisioning of several frame drums languages, carrying out his research through the extraordinary and multifaceted world of italian traditional music and applying the resulting principles to the italian tamburello both with and without jingles. The resulting approach deriving from this methodology is a “total” one, and it’s aimed to develop a deep relationship with the instrument allowing the player the freedom to move within any kind of rhythmic cycle and musical environment, resulting into some kind of “fusion” between the player and his instrument. This methodology pays special attention to the development of soloing skills, with the purpose of creating a symbiosis between mind and body that allows the player to harmonically flow throughout the almost neverending possibilities given by the instruments, thus greatly broadening their timbral and soloing possibilities. We’ll work on warm-up and technique-development exercises through the focusing on movements and joints stretching, thus diminishing in a significative way all the tensions deriving from practice and execution, so to avoid the possibility of suffering from tendinitis or other diseases related to an improper use of joints and tendons. At the same time we’ll apply the same exercises to the drums, thus creating a boundary between training and live performance, crystallizing the most appropriate movements into body memory, slowly eliminating the unneccessary habits in a harmonic, flowing way, without unuseful stressing factors. The method focuses on several goals, which are:

the balance and the posture of the body, working on the relationship between body and mind

the development of the vocalization and rhythmical concept system specifically conceived for the instrument

the development of specific techniques on the instrument related to warm-up exercises

a spatial conception of the drum and its performance-related movements

the elimination of any kind of tension during both the training and performance session

the fusion between vocalization and fingering

the harmonization of all of the above mentioned elements which allow the player to flow through multiples techniques aimed at the construction of rhythmic melodies

Andrea’s workshops and masterclasses will therefore focus on the tamburello drum with the aim of developing one’s mastership on this instrument for a “total” use of it, from traditional to ancient music, from world-music to jazz. The workshop will also focus on FRAME DRUMS played in the upright position – that is, the drum lifted in front of the performer’s face – and in the lap style position – with the drum leaning on one leg while sitting – : we will analize techniques and ideas for technical development for both situations, so to gain awareness and skills in soloing besides strenghtening one’s deep relationship with the instrument and with rhythm.




By Aleix Tobias


The Pandereta and the Pandero Quadrado with porra (stick) de Peñaparda are believed to be among the most important percussion instruments in traditional iberian music.

The workshop will be focused on learning their proper techniques, starting with the traditional rhythms played in their original settings, to eventually show the possibilities to adapt other musical languages and rhythms to this instruments.




By Aleix Tobias


There is a long tradition in creating arrangements for percussion ensembles in many countries’ popular cultures: rhythms, styles, sounds and timbers interlocking in a perfect way. When approaching this process for the first time, we have to find the way to make rhythms fit with each other: we’ll see how – starting from a parent-cell – everything else will develop as a consequence. We’ll focus on each instrument’s function, on sound and timbers’ balance and their function, as if our percussion instruments were an orchestra.




by Francesco Savoretti

The course is suited for those who are approaching both frame drums and darbouka. The first part of the course will focus on posture and fingers positioning on the instrument; very simple warm-up exercises will be presented to facilitate the switching between the single fingers and to strengthen the joints involved into the process of playing the instrument. As far as concerning the riqq, we will take in special care the transition from the soft position (with muffled cymbals) to the cabaret one, also working on the specific functions that cymbals have in each of these techniques. Moreover, we’ll study the main strokes regarding the specified instruments, showing the related notation systems and their specific fingerings, gradually moving to more advanced applications such as:

Finger techniques


Split hand techniques

We will pay particular attention to the vocalization of both the rhythmic cycles and the kind of pulsation that we’ll study, so to improve the balance between mind and body and the one between what we think and our real rhythmical phrasing as we play.

We’ll finally work on some tips about improvisation regarding the studied rhythmic cells so to put into practice our tuition and to give freedom of expression to participants.



by Davide Bernaro


The workshop is made of two main tuition environments, as you can choose to attend both or just one of them: a course (“modern techniques for pandeiro”) focused on pandeiro’s performance practice and a special (“special pandeiro”) dealing with the development of this instrument and its evolution in different musical settings. The course “modern techniques for pandeiro” will be rooted into:


. sound, customization and main pandeiro techniques: the all around instrument and the split-hand technique

. exercises and strokes; independence and synergy between the free hand and the one holding the pandeiro

. traditional brazilian and contemporary rhythms: samba, baião, samba de partido alto, funk, 6×8, etc.

The special (“special pandeiro”) will present the pandeiro in a perspective focusing on its evolution since its arrival in Brazil at the beginnning of the 16th century, together with the Portugues settlers, up to the present days. To do so, we will showcase live examples as well as audio and video information.


Special’s general program:


from bendhir to pandeiro: intrument’s historical setting and origins

the balanço or swing in brazilian music

the pandeiro in Brazil’s music among Rio de Janeiro, Bahia and Pernambuco

the pandeiro and his protagonists: from tradition to innovation, from samba to jazz


Participants will receive a little booklet featuring a synthesis of the main topics discussed during the lessons, a list of reccomended listenings and readings as well as the scores of all of the exercises and rhythms presented in the course.



by Peppe Frana

This four-hours workshop usually hasn’t its focus on the world of frame and goblet drums, but it’s a generic introduction to musical systems of modal non-european traditions done in a comparative way, with the goal of giving to musicians with an european musical oriented training the conceptual instruments, the terminology and the historical elements to orient themselves in the vast and articulated world of the so-called “oriental” types of music.
In this Frame Drums Italia edition we’ll deeply focus on the role of rhythm in the above mentioned traditions related to their melody and modal repertories including a theorical and practical survey on their principal systems of rhythmic notation.
The workshop includes a guided listening to classical examples regarding arab, ottoman, persian, middle-asian (Azerbaijan, Afghanistan) and hindustan music.
The workshop wiIl be focused on the following issues:

What is modal music?

The East in the West: a brief history about the invention of oriental music, from “Music of the orient” (1934) to world music.

Court and traditional classical music: which is the one that western musicians meet when studing non-european musical traditions?

Mode and rhythm. Musical structures and composition styles.

Orality and writing. Musical pedagogy in non-european traditions.

How to listen to a makam. Focus on ottoman musical system as an example for guided listening.

Possible and impossible syncretisms: creative use of traditional elements.


Participants will also receive a brief guide resuming the issues discussed in the workshop, plus a selected discography and bibliography.



Workshop about interaction by frame drums in music therapy session

Music therapy is a science that has one main object: to open relations between people, through musical dialogue and creative use of space. The workshop will include both practical and introspective activities. The experience can be interesting and funny for students of all ages that do not necessarily need to have a deep knowledge of music and its language.
This workshop offers insight into: – a simulated individual music therapy session – a group music therapy with various musical instruments (frame drums and others) – a short theory lesson about Paolo Rossetti’s working method (Benenzon method) and its scientific framework.
– a course handout and bibliography will be distributed

Prerequisite: No experience necessary, all levels welcome.



Workshop about the encounter of music and theater
By Alberto Ferraro


Both frame drums and theater are strongly linked to ritual and creative aspects; besides, they are both common features of the evolution of society from the point of view of the freedom of expression. The objective of this workshop is to prepare the body of the actor-musician to the drum, to its use and exaltation on the stage. We will try to walk the line of fusion between the body of the musician, the main element that actually “carries” the instrument, and the drum that will vibrate on the stage.
The work will be divided into three stages.

Body and lines:

Vocal and physical training that will allow the body to prepare for the stage through theater exercises that are based on improvisation and on the use of Commedia dell’Arte masks.

Frame drums on the stage:

The aim is to encourage working together as a group and to develop the sensibility required to listen to ourselves and our partners on the stage.

It’s also a fun, new and original way to express oneself with one’s own drum.

Frame drums at the service of theater:
Through investigating the expressive value of the chorus – working with an extract of “Antigone” by Sophocles – we will try to create a theatrical action using a group formed around a common rhythm: that of the context in which it acts.

Materials provided:

Commedia dell’Arte masks, frame drums, textual material from Sofocle’s “Antigone”.





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Frame Drum Workshops at REMO w/ Miranda Rondeau

Introductory & Basic/Intermediate
Lapstyle Position
Miranda Rondeau

Sunday May 20th, 2012
Two Workshops

:: Two Workshops ::

Join Miranda as she shares her passion for one of the oldest
archetypal instruments in the world. Come explore rhythm
and the unique sound of the frame drum for the first time
or come to get a refresher review.

For those more experienced, I will be sharing some personal
techniques as well as other stroke variations. We will pay
attention to the melodic aspect of the drum
and improve our listening skills

1- 2:30pm

No drum experience needed

*Learn basic strokes
*Learn basic music concepts
*Explore & Recite rhythm combinations
*Embody the rhythm


3- 5:00pm

( Solid Experience in the basics)

*Variations on Stroke techniques
*Tuning into the tones
*Roll variations
*Creating simple variations for rhythm combinations

INTRODUCTORY 1:00 – 2:30pm $20 / $15 paypal
BASIC/INTERMEDIATE 3:00 – 5:00pm $25 / $20 paypal

RSVP/ paypal

Remo Recreational Music Center
7308 Coldwater Canyon Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 91605
818 982 0461

Miranda Rondeau is a singer, frame drum artist and teacher.
Miranda has been performing since 1994 as a soloist and within different ensemble situations.She has performed at the Tamburi Mundi Frame Drum Festival, Freiburg Germany, North American Frame Drum Association Festival California, American Frame Drum Gathering, Asheville, NC, and the World Sacred Music Festival Los Angeles.

Miranda began teaching 12 years ago and has taught frame drum workshops at the World Sacred Music Festival,Gaia Festival, REMO Music Center, Bang a Drum, Project Butterfly,Goddess Temple of Orange County, Goddess Studio, Mental Health Centers as well as at yoga studios,universities,colleges and elementary schools.

Tamburi Mund 2012 – 7th international frame drum festival in Freiburg /Germany
Tamburi Mund 2012 – 7th international frame drum festival in Freiburg /Germany

From july 28th to august 5th the international frame drum festival again takes place in the cultural center „E-Werk“ in Freiburg
and course REGISTRATION(starting in the middle of march) : and +49.177.4606546

World’s largest International Frame Drum Festival.

Dear Friends of the frame drum music,

Tamburi Mundi is known worldwide as the most important festival for frame drums, and every year has more and more followers. It has assumed a leading role in the international frame drum scene and looks to future  highlights. Be it the concerts, the workshops of “Tamburi Mundi Frame Drum Academy” or with the successful “Tamburi Mundi Festival on Tour” events in Iran, Italy, Austria, and Turkey, the radiant world wide festival initiated by Murat Coskun brings together international frame drum cultures.

After the successful Tamburi Mundi Festival this year at Festspielhaus in St. Pölten (Austria) as a guest performance, it now opens its doors once again this summer in Freiburg E-Werk. Under the title, “Crossing Borders”, this year’s festival offers nine days of a broad program of workshops, concerts and participatory events, attracting workshop participants from all over Europe, but also from Iran, Turkey, South America, the United States and Canada to Freiburg. Nowhere else will you find such a unique meeting of international master drummers and musicians.

Workshops “Tamburi Mundi Frame Drum Academy”

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With over 50 workshops, there is something for everyone. Appropriate for both beginners and professionals, from traditional rhythms and playing styles of the various frame drums to modern grooves, to workshops for body percussion, rhythm, language, dance, improvisation and singing. Teachers, include  N. Scott Robinson (USA), Ramesh Shotham (D / India), Marla Leigh (USA), Gilson de Assis (D / BRAS.), Joelle Barker (GB), Michael Metzler (D), Andrea Piccioni (I), Maryam Hatef (Iran), Mohsen Taherzadeh (Iran), Sattor Fozilov (TAJIKISTAN) Yshai after man (ISRAEL), Bruno Assenmacher (D), Omri Hason (CH), Joss Turnbull (D), Phillip Kurzke (D) and Murat Coskun (D / TR) and others at the start of this year will be.

A detailed description of the courses and workshops as well as a timetable for complete overview can be found at the Tamburi Mundi website

The courses are divided into four levels (from “Beginner” to “Advanced”) and also in the level of cross-border offers. An individual can also choose the link information of each faculty to be made.

Tamburi Mundi concerts

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15 world-class concerts with an international cast await visitors to the frame drum days in Freiburg, including the renowned Sisu Percussion Trio (Norway), the Korean Samul Nori ensemble Noreum Machi, the Merasim percussion trio from Iran (including the Daf-master Mohsen Taherzadeh from Isfahan), Ramesh Shothams Global Tala Project (including Carola Grey), Sattor Fozilov (Tajikistan), a solo concert by Isao Nakamura (D / Japan), N.Scott Robinson (USA), the Oriental Jazz Ensemble FisFüz ( including Murat Coskun) Isturnbull (project by Joss Turnbull), Tamburello Cafe from Italy (with Andrea Piccioni), Brazilian music by canoe (including Gilson de Assis and Lygia Campos) and an evening of dance and drums (including the Indian dancer Shany Mathew and Henri assembly from Togo). A new feature this year is a musical reading with guest Paul Maar, the famous “Sam-author,” and include the Capella Antiqua Bambergensis.



The festival offers several activities for the whole family, such as the family’s Kids’ concert with the dream of designers (“The Tak and the flying barrel”), the traditional Tamburi Mundi Trommelzug through the city center of Freiburg, led by Rico Kirsch, a drum circle with Bill Zaragoza, a number of workshops for children and families, lectures and sessions. The festival is a wonderful experience for young and old …

In addition, manufacturers also offer this year from various countries, beautiful instruments in the instrument of trade. Here you have the opportunity to discover, new products on the market and also try frame drum.

Frame Drum Award 2012 (sponsored by percussion percussion)

For the first time the Tamburi Mundi Festival awards this year a “frame drum Award”. Murat Coskun (initiator and artistic director of the festival) has launched the award to revitalize the frame drum dance scene and frame drummers to give even more chances to to present to the public. 
The call is independent of age at professional and semi-professional frame drum players. Applications are open until May 1st.

 We look forward to seeing you again or meeting you at our festival in Freiburg!


Murat Coskun & Team

Frame Drum Intensive in Capadoccia / TURKEY

Frame Drum Intensive in Capadoccia / TURKEY
From 28th May – 2nd June 2012
with Murat Coskun

Dear Friends, I would like to invite You to my 10th frame drum camp in Cappadocia/ Turkey. For about one week, we will meet in Cappadocia (central-Anatolia), the land of fairy-chimneys, the fascinating moon-landscapes, the mysterious subterranean cities and churches and the birth-place of anatolian mysticism through Yunus Emre. To have an idea about the place You can watch the link:
(Video of the first Tamburi Mundi in Cappadocia in 2010)

Im am planning the following program:
• 2 hours workshop in a group with different levels (min. 4 max. 8 participants)
• Turkish songs and dances
• Drumming together and Session with local musicians
• Arrangement of pieces for frame drum and voice
• Concert in a historical church.
• Large Frame drum
• Riq (Tef)
• Bendir
• Tar
• Daf (Erbane)
• Tamburello



240.- Euro (25% discount for Students)
Note: The fee is not including accommodation, flight and meals

The organization and costs for arrival, accomodation and food are paid by the participants.
The participants have – among other accomodations in Göreme – the possibility to stay at the wonderful Guest house ” FAIRY CHIMNEY INN “.
Here is the link for accomodation:
Photos of accomodation:
The closest airport is in Kayseri. Mostly You can use flights of Turkish Airlines or Pegasus Air.
From there, there are good possibilities to reach Göreme.
Also there is a good connection by bus from Istanbul or from Ankara. It is a quit nice trip and You can see a lot from the landscape.
Andus Emge of the “Fairy Chimney Inn” offers transport to and from the airport. Please organize this yourself: / phone ++90.384.2712655 / fax.++90.384.2712862
Dr. Andus Emge & Gülcan Yücedogan-Emge
Güvercinlik Sokak 3/7
Aydinli Mahallesi
TRs 50180 Göreme
Nevsehirs, Turkey,

Please make your application for FRAME DRUMMING INTENSIV at or by telephone under 0049 -177-4606545.
Please give the following information with your application:
Name, address, telephone, e-mail
Playing-standard / Level
Interest in Workshops/ Instruments
If You will need an instrument You should tell It before when You do the application! Also if You are interested in buying an instrument.

Abbos Kosimov on tour with Zakir Hussein

Zakir Hussain – Spring 2012 Tour

3/16/2012 8:00 PM
Presenter: Hampton Arts Commission Great Performers Series
Hampton, VA

3/17/2012 3:00 PM
Washington Performing Arts Society
Washington, DC
3/18/2012 7:00 PM
World Music/CRASHarts
Cambridge, MA
3/21/2012 8:00 PM
Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
Los Angeles, CA
3/22/2012 8:00 PM
Mondavi Center, UC Davis
Davis, CA
3/24/2012 8:00 PM
Cal Performances
Berkeley, CA
3/30/2012 8:00 PM
Oregon Symphony
Portland, OR
3/31/2012 8:00 PM
Seattle Theatre Group
Seattle, WA


4/1/2012 7:00 PM
Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
Vancouver, BC, Canada
4/3/2012 7:00 PM
EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts
Calgary, AB, Canada
4/5/2012 8:00 PM
Savannah Music Festival
Savannah, GA
4/7/2012 8:00 PM
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
4/10/2012 8:00 PM
Columbus Association for the Performing Arts/Signature Series
Columbus, OH
4/12/2012 7:30 PM
University Musical Society of the University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
4/13/2012 8:00 PM
Raaga Entertainment LLC
Milwaukee, WI
4/14/2012 8:00 PM
Symphony Center Presents
Chicago, IL

L’EVENTO DELL’ANNO!! … o quasi” (2° edizione)

L’EVENTO dell’ANNO!!  …. o quasi

Tutto il mondo gridava ormai da quasi un anno alla 2° edizione del ”L’EVENTO DELL’ANNO!!…o quasi”, tanto che gli echi hanno creato seri problemi alle trasmissioni radio e a tutta la comunicazione in etere compresa viabilità aerea.

Più volte il Consiglio internazionale dell’ONU insieme alla NATO ci ha contattato perché ci sbrigassimo a risolvere il problema. Quindi in collaborazione con le Nazioni Unite abbiamo partecipato ad una task force in cui è stato concertata una data perché  “L’EVENTO DELL’ANNO!! … o quasi” avesse finalmente luogo affinché il mondo ponesse fine alle sue grida di richiesta di un ulteriore appuntamento che è qui di seguito elencato:

“L’EVENTO DELL’ANNO!! … o quasi”  (2° edizione)
DATA: giovedì 17 – 11 – 2011

LUOGO: CIPalessandrino
Via delle Ciliegie 42 ROMA

21.00 si può cenare con un piatto di pasta al costo di 4 euro
o altrimenti venite già mangiati  🙂  e se ne parla alle
22.00 inizio concerto

il trio formato da
TONY ACCURSO (voce e tamburello/tammorra)
GIAN MICHELE MONTANARO (voce e tamburello/tammorra)
FELICE ZACCHEO (chitarra classica, chitarra battente, organetto)

Con la partecipazione straordinaria di
ARMANDO CACCIOTTI (zampogna e organetto)
Sotto il nome di CAMPANIA FELIX
Riproporrà brani di musica tradizionale, classica e folk revival della regione italiana che più di tutte ha reso grande nel mondo la musica italiana, la CAMPANIA!
Un concerto fatto per ballare, per ballare e per ballare anche un altro po’, ma anche per ascoltare e condividere allegri momenti musicali insieme.
…e così finalmente l’ONU la smette di chiamarci un giorno sì e l’altro pure  😉  😀  😀

impossibile ma vero
solo 4 euro!!

(il costo rappresenta una cifra simbolica che verrà INTERAMENTE devoluta a favore dei musicisti marchettari che sopravvivono spesso anche con figli a carico. Lo spettacolo e i relativi cache degli artisti, quantificati nella moderata cifra minima necessaria allo sviluppo di un tale show in 127.000,00 euro, sono completamente a carico dell’ONU )

Ringraziamo anticipatamente tutti coloro che hanno reso possibile lo sviluppo di tale evento (straordinario)

un saluto e sorrisi tanti a tutti

Glen Velez and Lori Cotler at Towson University.

Two world class performers and teachers appearing at Towson University Music Department on Thursday for 3 events – all free.

Glen Velez – master frame drummer and percussionist – has worked with Paul Winter Consort, Steve Reich, Pat Metheny, Trio Globo, 5-time Grammy Award winner –

Lori Cotler – jazz vocalist and one of the world’s foremost masters of South Indian solkattu –



11 am – 12:15 pm – CA 3073 – Percussion Studio – Glen Velez frame drum workshop.

3:30 – 5:00 – CA 2079 – Multi-media Ethnomusicological Presentation – “Historical Observations on Frame Drums in Context.”

8:15 -9:30 pm – Glen Velez & Lori Cotler – Free Concert – Frame Drums & Voice – CA Main Stage Theater

Towson University
Center for the Arts
Music Department
7700 Osier Drive
Towson, Maryland 21204

Glen Velez Ta Ka Di Mi Project with vocalist Lori Cotler

CONCERT: September 18, 2010 – 7:30 pm
Glen Velez Ta Ka Di Mi Project with vocalist Lori Cotler
Special guest frame drummers: Shane Shanahan & Yousif Sheronick

Donation: $20.00

Intersections International
274 Fifth Avenue (between 29th Street & 30th Street)
Manhattan, New York USA

Info: 212-864-7827


NAFDA West – California Frame Drum Festival

October 17, 2009 – North Hollywood, California, USA

Featuring artists from Iran, India, USA & Israel


REMO Recreational Music Center
7308 Coldwater Canyon Avenue
(1/2 block North of Sherman Way)
North Hollywood, California 91605 USA

$100.00 (US) – all-inclusive for workshops & concert
(lodging, travel & meals not included)



Workshops: Oct. 17, 2009 – Subject to Change

9:00 am – 10:15 am – Dror Sinai – Introduction to Tar & Bendir

BREAK – 15″

10:30 am – 11:45 am – Houman Pourmehdi – Techniques & Rhythms of Persian Daf

BREAK – 15″

LUNCH on own – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

1:00 pm – 2:15 pm – N. Scott Robinson – Modern Bodhran Techniques

BREAK – 15″

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm – Brad Dutz – Pandeiro Techniques & Rhythms

BREAK – 15″

4:15 pm – 5:45 pm – Randy Gloss – Kanjira Techniques

BREAK – 15″

DINNER on own – 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


Oct. 17, 2009 – Concert – 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Doors open: 7:30 pm

(Open to the public – $15.00 at door – cash only)


Hands On’semble (Randy Gloss, Austin Wrinkle & Andrew Grueschow),

Houman Pourmehdi,

K. S. Resmi (Carnatic Vocals) & N. Scott Robinson,

Dror Sinai,

Miranda Rondeau,

Brad Dutz