Performance Friday, February 19, 2016 | 7:30 PM

Neighborhood Concert: Slavic Soul Party!

BRIC House
Nine-member Balkan funk band Slavic Soul Party! delivers “some of the most danceable Balkan-flavored pop this side of the Adriatic” (Global Rhythm). A fiery mix of Balkan brass, accordion, virtuosic jazz, and pulsing grooves, Slavic Soul Party! is influenced by its members’ Eastern European, Mexican, and Asian roots, as well as American jazz and soul. This concert will also feature new works inspired by the song “Somewhere” from West Side Story, written and performed by young people in the Brooklyn community in collaboration with Slavic Soul Party! as part of The Somewhere Project, a citywide creative learning project that honors Carnegie Hall’s 125th anniversary.


  • Slavic Soul Party!
    ·· Matt Moran, Bass Drum
    ·· Peter Stan, Accordion
    ·· Peter Hess, Clarinet and Saxophone
    ·· John Carlson, Trumpet
    ·· Kenny Warren, Trumpet
    ·· Tim Vaughn, Trombone
    ·· Adam Dotson, Trombone
    ·· Rich Stein, Snare Drum
    ·· John Altieri, Tuba
BRIC House
647 Fulton Street (at Rockwell Place) | Brooklyn
Subway 2 Subway 3 Subway 4 Subway 5 Subway b Subway c Subway g Subway q Subway r | Bus: B25, B26, B38, B52
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The Somewhere Project is made possible, in part, by generous support from the Howard Gilman Foundation, Martha and Bob Lipp, and Randy and Jay Fishman.

Public support is provided by the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York State Regional Economic Development Councils with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and New York City Council Member Elizabeth Crowley.
Public support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by Council Member Helen Rosenthal.

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