Posts Tagged ‘live music’

Fringe Music Preview: The Silent Note with Kamyar Arsani and Mosno Al-Moseeki

Baldacchino Tent Bar – Fort Fringe
Tonight at 7:15 p.m.
The Daf might be an unfamiliar sound for those unacquainted with world music but tonight The Silent Note's Kamyar Arsani will give those who come to Fort Fringe a proper introduction. The large, circular Iranian frame drum is held upright with one hand and while the other will [...]

Fringe Music Preview: More Humans

Performing: Tonight at Fort Fringe with The Tender Thrill at midnight.
They Say: Fringe has actually just used our previous observation that More Humans is a "A trio that writes weird story songs with chugging melodies and twisted grooves."
Val’s Take: It might be easy to miss the sly humor in the band's lyrics the first time around, especially [...]

‘For Tomorrow…’

For Tomorrow: Story & Poetry of Hilda Stern Cohen
Goethe-Institut- Gallery
Remaining Performances:
Sunday, July 13 @ 5 pm
Wednesday, July 16 @ 7pm
They say: “Theatre, storytelling, music, and prayer come together in this uniquely moving program portraying the life and poetry of German-born Holocaust survivor Hilda Stern Cohen. Performed by storyteller Gail Rosen, based on her interviews with [...]