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Neighborhood Concert: Slavic Soul Party!

Saturday, November 5, 2016 5 PM Brooklyn Museum
The nine-member funk band Slavic Soul Party! raises the roof with “some of the most danceable Balkan-flavored pop this side of the Adriatic” (Global Rhythm). The group’s exotic blend of brass, accordion, and percussion drives pulsing grooves that are inspired by European, Mexican, and Asian influences, as well as American jazz and soul. This joyous, high-energy concert is part of Brooklyn Museum’s Target First Saturdays.


Slavic Soul Party!

·· Peter Stan, Accordion
·· Peter Hess, Clarinet and Saxophone
·· John Carlson, Trumpet
·· Kenny Warren, Trumpet
·· Tim Vaughn, Trombone
·· Adam Dotson, Trombone
·· John Altieri, Tuba
·· Jake Shandling, Snare Drum
·· Matt Moran, Bass Drum



SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Sing Sing Cocek (Kenny Warren)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Tourist Point of View (Duke Ellington)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Fuck You Computers (Kenny Warren)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! 100 Bars (Matt Moran)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Romski Merak (trad. Bulgarian)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Jackson (Matt Moran)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Romano Pravo (Martin Lubenov)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Missy Sa-Sa (Matt Moran)


SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! 323 (Matt Moran)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! New 9/8 (Matt Moran)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Bucino Kolo (trad. Serbian)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Ekrem Wedding Gajda (trad. Serbian)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Giga Dance (Greg Saunier)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Teknochek Collision (Matt Moran)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Last Man Standing (Jonas Muller)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! Amad (Duke Ellington)

Brooklyn Museum
Cantor Pavilion
200 Eastern Parkway (at Washington Avenue) | Brooklyn
Subway 2 Subway 3 Subway 4 Subway 5 Subway s | Bus: B41, B45, B69
718-638-5000 | Venue website

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Brooklyn Museum
Martha A. and Robert S. Rubin Pavilion
200 Eastern Parkway (at Washington Avenue) | Brooklyn
brooklynmuseum.org | 718-638-5000

Lead support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.

Public support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal.

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