Come hear the golden sounds of Zlatne Uste and find out what their name means

by | Jul 24, 2012 | Latest | 0 comments

New York Brass Band… Like 12 piece bands? What about music from Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, and the mysterious Gypsies? Would you like to learn to dance some of these styles? If you answered even maybe to any of these you need to come down to The Jewish Community Center and see Serena do her thing mixing!

Date: Thursday, July 26

Time: 6:00pm

Location: The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan (334 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10023) Get directions (646) 505-4444

Nearby Transportation: 1, 2, 3, B or C to 72nd Street

New York Brass Band

Dance under the stars to the infectious beats of this internationally-acclaimed 12-piece New York brass band, playing music from Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, and Romany (Gypsy) traditions. Includes on-the-spot and on-the-roof dance lessons with band member and expert Balkan dancer Michael Ginsburg.

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