Address: Auditorium Flog "Official"Date: Friday 19 April 21:30 - 03:30
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BALKAN BEAT PARTY @FLOG
with Balkan TIR (BARO DROM Orkestar + The Monkey Boys) in concert + GimmiGiamma DjShow
opening at 21.30 - concert opening time h.22.30
admission € 7 / € 5
BALKAN TIR (Baro Drom Orkestar + Monkey Boys)
First of all Balkan Tir is a long vehicle loaded with devout musicians, lovers of Eastern European rhythms and needing to set fire to concert halls, instigating all kinds of audiences to dances.
A resounding dancing truck, a musical sfondadogane driven sportingly by carefully selected elements within two well-known Tuscan bands already promised for years.
These are the Monkey Boys and the Baro Drom Orkestar.
The first in their skilful blend of musical genres have from the beginning (2008) put their passion for balkan music at the forefront, specializing in sung and super danceable songs inspired by Goran Bregovic, Emir's No Smoking Orkestra Kusturica, Boban and Marko Markovic, the Kocani Orkestar, the Fanfare Ciocarlia and so on.
The power quartet of the Baro Drom Orkestar with their Hungarian czardas, the Romanian hora, passing through the Greek and Armenian traditions up to touch the klezmer and Middle Eastern music have always tended to identify a possible global sound of Eastern Europe, succeeding very well and quickly becoming a reference point for Italian world music.
On the powerful Balkan Tir we find only some musicanaglie of the two formations.
Balkanic music, if played with an Italic traveler's heart, finds an extra gear: the one where the Balkan Tir gearbox is set.
Get on board and knock down a slivovitza drop which you leave.
The GimmiGiammaDjShow is not just a DJ set. Unraveling in a jungle of Caribbean and South American rhythms, moving with mastery between a mambo and a cumbia, between the Balkan and the swing, enriching everything with a funk base and lots of electronics, GimmiGiamma puts on a real show for the palates more eager to party and buena onda. There is no shortage of changes of dress, flashy furs, futurist glasses, jerky and fresh fruit, all seasoned with an abundant dose of jumps and smiles.
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