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DjangoFest San Francisco / Mill Valley 2007

MichaelHorowitzMichaelHorowitz SeattleAdministrator
edited May 2007 in North America Posts: 5,778




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DjangoFest San Francisco / Mill Valley 2007, brought to you
by the producers of DjangoFest Northwest and DjangoFest LA,
returns to the 142 Throckmorton Theatre for a four-day
festival celebrating the music and spirit of the great French/Belgian
Gypsy guitarist, Django Reinhardt. Join us and other Gypsy
Jazz
fans, players and enthusiasts from around the world to
congregate in the wildly scenic Mill Valley and attend a series of concerts, workshops
and impromptu djam sessions featuring top internationally renowned
players mixing it up with local stars and aficionados of the genre.

More than a concert, this was a celebration of
the return of hard-driving, melodic gypsy jazz, building on the
remarkable creativity of Django Reinhardt and his works, with dedicated
fans that know what they want to hear!
- Harvey
Barkan-LA Jazz Scene

The festivities take place at 142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley, just
across the Golden Gate bridge from San Francisco, California, in
beautiful Marin county.

>>> CLICK HERE FOR
2007 SCHEDULE...








Comments

  • djangologydjangology Portland, OregonModerator Dell Arte Hommage
    Posts: 887
    Interesting...we are getting closer to a whole lineup of American artists. I think it will be a cool day when we are on our own and our parents in Europe don't need to take care of us anymore.

    When we finally reach that point, I can see gypsy jazz branching off into 2 different distinct forms.
    ---
    "I want to party like its 1939!"
  • aceace Buffalo, NY✭✭✭✭
    Posts: 68
    be sure to check out the Fishtank Ensemble.
    Love those guys!
  • FopaFopa San FranciscoNew
    Posts: 125
    On the other hand, I sure wish some of the European players would play over here more often. Would love to see the Rosenbergs, Romane, and the rest. They probably sell as many, or more cd's on this side of the pond as they do in Europe, thanks in good part to Djangobooks.com





    djangology wrote:
    Interesting...we are getting closer to a whole lineup of American artists. I think it will be a cool day when we are on our own and our parents in Europe don't need to take care of us anymore.

    When we finally reach that point, I can see gypsy jazz branching off into 2 different distinct forms.
    -fopa
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