Origem

Kensington, MD
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Hi everyone, 

We wanted to inform you that- unfortunately- the show at the Carlyl Club tonight has been canceled. 


But you can still come see us next week at Montgomery College Rockville:
 

NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT (10/16) 
 

World Arts Festival-  Origem
Montgomery College Rockville Campus (Music Recital Hall).7:30pm-9:30pm 
(FREE event)

 

A two-hour concert as part of the World Arts Festival
Jeff Antoniuk (sax) and Campbell Charsee (keys) will be joining us.  

Event details here:

Directions
 https://maps.google.com/?q=Music+Recital+Hall+Rockville+-+20850&daddr=Music+Recital+Hall+Rockville+-+20850
Event URL
 http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Department4.aspx?id=30572
Event URL 2
http://www.creativemoco.com/calendar/event/10404
Phone
240-567-5209

About World Arts Festival
The Montgomery College Arts Institute World Arts Festival is an annual year-long celebration of music, dance, literature, storytelling, film, and visual art from around the world. The festival features artist residencies, workshops, lectures, and performance events by internationally recognized musicians, artists, dancers, scholars, and writers. We are fortunate to promote and feature “local” award-winning artists, such as Amadou Kouyate, Mande drumming; Mitra Kusuma, Balinese gamelan; Ron Warren, Native American flute; and Origem, Brazilian jazz, while bringing people from as far away as Australia, such as Ash Dargan, Australian didjeridu, and Albert Cata, Pueblo storyteller. A primary purpose of the festival is to bring different cultures and communities together.

In striving for authenticity and quality in multi-cultural education, the MC World Arts Festival has offered a variety of programs reflecting our community of more than 167 different nationalities.



PRESS

"The Lucini brothers are the nexus of a growing Latin jazz scene in Washington... spreading the rhythmic gospel of their homeland."  The Washington Post

"[Origem] played an infectious set with some serious grooves for dancing and some mellow tunes that helped soak up the hot, setting sun"  CapitolBop

"Modern Brazilian music at its best."  Clave Magazine


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