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*To secure your seating for this show, please call the venue at (585) 292-9940 to make a reservation (only after everyone in your party has purchased a seated ticket). A seated ticket guarantees you admission and some form of seating, but if you don't make a reservation, your whole party may not be sat together and/or some members may have to sit at the bar or other areas.
FOUR DAYS... FOUR DIFFERENT SHOWS!!
Stephane Wrembel and Qobuz present:
DJANGO A GOGO ROCHESTER 2023: THE 20th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION!
Django à Gogo is a music festival dedicated to Django Reinhardt, one of the greatest Gypsy guitarists who ever lived. The festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary and will feature a series of concerts with the Stephane Wrembel band from NYC.
They will be joined by very special guests from France: Simba Baumgartner, who is none other than Django Reinhardt’s grandson and a terrific virtuoso in his own right, and Aurore Voilqué on violin, who is simply an incredible musician and the most in-demand violinist in France today.
They will also be joined by 20-year-old guitar virtuoso Sam Farthing from Baltimore, and Bobby Henrie, the great guitar master located in Ithaca, NY. There will be guitar workshops as well, open to all levels and ages. All info is listed at www.Stephanewrembel.com.
Saturday October 14
The third show of the cycle will focus on traditional Gypsy Jazz, Stephane Wrembel’s songs and the specific angle of Dutch Gypsy Jazz style, featuring the 20 year old guitar genius Sam Farthing. Sam has developped his skills working with Stochelo Rosenberg and the other Dutch guitar masters. They use a specific right hand technic, and have slightly different influences than the French masters, having more Flamenco sounds in their repertoire. Sam is recognized in the community as one of the great young virtuosos. The full lineup will include the Stephane Wrembel band, Simba Baumgartner, Sam Farthing and Aurore Voilqué.