Goddess of Arno at Anatolia Turkish Mediterranean Grill, Corrales
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Goddess of Arno

Friday Aug 19, 2016

10701 Corrales Rd #25
Corrales, NM 87114
US

Phone: 242-6718
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Beth Cohen

Phone: 505-243-6276
Website: Click to Visit

Live Ottoman-inluenced Balkan dance music.

Goddess of Arno will be playing 2 sets of Ottoman-influenced Balkan dance music at Anatolia Turkish Mediterranean Grill. Anatolia is a fun Turkish restaurant with delicious and reasonably-priced fresh & spicy food in a Turkish atmosphere right in downtown ABQ. Come have dinner, drinks, the best baklava!! --And a dance or two--No Cover, but tips appreciated. Anatolia Turkish Mediterranean Grill, 313 Central Ave NW, #B, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102, (505) 242-6718   http://www.anatoliaturkishgrillabq.com/     and  
https://www.facebook.com/AnatoliaDonerKebabHouse/    Goddess of Arno band member Beth Cohen: 505-243-6276 https://www.facebook.com/GoddessofArno/


Pioneers of the world music scene in Albuquerque, New Mexico, members of GODDESS OF ARNO have been performing, teaching & studying traditional Balkan & East European folk music for over 30 years.
The award-winning 6 piece ensemble accompanies dramatic solo and powerful multi-part vocals with traditional ethnic string and percussion instruments as well as violin, guitar, saxophone, accordion and electric bass. Goddess of Arno’s repertoire includes instrumentals and traditional songs from Albania, the former Yugoslavia, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey & Hungary (many in the Romani language and style). Goddess of Arno’smusicians love the exotic rhythms and scales, which the southern Balkans absorbed from the Ottoman Empire. The virtuosity of the Balkan and Roma musicians is the source of inspiration and study for the band’s improvisations, phrasing and ornamentation.


Goddess of Arno’s musicians are--as in PHOTO L to R:
Beth Cohen - Violin, Tambura & Vocals;
Barbara Friedman - Electric Bass, Tambura & Vocals;
Leanne Mennin - Percussion (tupan, dajde, riq, doumbek, wooden spoons) & Vocals;
Jamie Edmunds - Alto Saxophone, Accordion & Vocals;
Randy Edmunds - Guitar, Tambura & Vocals.
Mary Masuk - Percussion (tupan, dajde, riq, doumbek, wooden spoons, cymbal).