WASHINGTON JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL

Tio Chorinho

Sunday, May 197:00 PM City Winery DC

Tio Chorinho is dedicated to performing Brazilian choro music in the tradition of the great Jewish mandolin master Jacob do Bandolim. A virtuosic instrumentalist and prolific composer, Jacob do Bandolim was a major figure in the development of what many consider to be “The New Orleans Jazz of Brazil.”

This uniquely Brazilian form of high-energy improvisational music blends European, African, and South American traditions, and in Jacob do Bandolim’s case, bears a strong inflection of his Jewish musical upbringing learning Yiddish folk songs from his Polish-Jewish grandmother.

 

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Supported by:

Co-presented by Inter-American Development Bank Samba Jig Productions

Guests

Toronto’s Eric Stein is a multi-instrumental musician (mandolin, bass, cimbalom) and a leading figure in Canada’s World, Folk and Jewish-roots music scenes. He is founder/leader of the innovative klezmer/world fusion group Beyond the Pale, with whom he has performed across North America, Europe, Brazil and Australia and released four award-winning CDs. Eric also leads the Brazilian choro ensemble Tio Chorinho, is a member of the international supergroup the Ger Mandolin Orchestra, and has performed with a number of other leading world, folk and classical artists, including Socalled, Theodore Bikel, Flory Jagoda, MIke Marshall, Avi Avital, and various Canadian chamber groups and symphonies.

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Tickets

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This event finished on May 20, 2019.

Online ticket sales for this event have ended. There may still be tickets available at the door. To find out whether tickets are available, contact our box office at 202.777.3250 or at boxoffice@jxjdc.org.

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