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Santa Morena by Jacob do Bandolim – Tim Connell and Jack Dwyer from Al Bergstein

Mandolin MusicTim Connell & Jack Dwyer Twin Mandolins

Jack Dwyer and Tim Connell come together to produce a show of lively acoustic groove music drawn from global folk traditions. They create a stunning soundscape of harmony and counterpoint.  You will be delighted as they perform mandolin duets from dance music traditions around the world.  Their music incorporates traces of Ireland, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Greece, the Appalachian Mountain country, and of course Eastern European Jewish Shtetl.

When & Where

Nov 30, 2012 8:00 PM

Empty Sea Studios (click for studio homepage)

Directions (click for map and directions)

6300 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Brown Paper Tickets (click to purchase tickets)

General Admission Tickets are $11.34

One Comment

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