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Nicolle Rochelle comes from New York, Antoine Chatenet lives in Paris…From Pop Music, to the Swing of old New York with a mix of Electro French touch beats.
African music paradise reflecting their roots in the polyrhythm of Bass from Ghana, the Portuguese slang of Gatas Mozambique and live, with the incredible Djembe of Moussa Diallo from Senegal.
Alma Afrobeat Ensemble is a 9 piece high-energy musical collective from Barcelona that plays a style of West African dance music called Afrobeat.
Workshop: Alma Afrobeat Ensemble Saturday, 5:30p, East Lobby
Formed in 1993 on the south side of Chicago, the six-piece Celtic punk band has been proudly spreading their Irish gospel across the globe, with no plans of slowing down.
George Tantchev and friends perform new arrangement of a traditional Hungarian Gypsy Song, featuring solo xylophone.
The Soukous All Stars perform an electrifying and syncopated blend of Congolese rumba and intricate African rhythms.
Workshop: Soukous All Stars Dance workshop Sunday, 5:30p, SZOLD