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Daniel Schnyder’s “SUNDIATA KEITA” concert with the RSB at the Philharmonie Berlin 6 Mai, 2009!

Text by Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi

One important activity in life is to interact with people around you. Every day you meet people here and there. If you like them and care for them, they become friends later. Or the other extreme way…they could become enemies. Music, which is an element and part of life, is also about interaction. Such as the interaction between a musician and his audience, between a composer and the orchestra performing his composition, between musicians and musicians of the same group.

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Music listings – 8/9 through 8/15

1. Avram’s Electric Kool-Aid

Date: Monday, August 9, 2010
Time: 11pm
Venue: Nublu (62 Avenue C, East Village, New York, NY)
Ticket: $10
Genre: Jazz?Funk

Avram’s Electric Kool-Aid is playing his original compositions, with improvisations by some of NYC’s most creative groove players. The music has a variety of influences, including Ornette Coleman’s Primetime, Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew, Moroccan Gnawa music, and Stanley Turrentine. The members are: Avram Fefer (sax), Aaron Whitbey (key), Dave Phelps (gui) and  Chris Eddleton (dr).


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