GLOBAL MASHUPS 2018 REPLAY
TUES, AUG 25 - SEPT 22, 7 PM EDT
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In partnership with QPTV, FTH at HOME will replay entire Global Mashups 2018 featuring performances and artist interviews.
Mashing up 2 cultures on 1 stage with an open dance floor! Each band plays a set, then the two meet and jam. Watch and dance!
Global Mashup #1: Latin Boogaloo Meets Afrobeat
TUES, AUG 25, 7 PM EDT
With Spanglish Fly, NYC’s only band dedicated to reviving and renewing Latin Boogaloo’s soul and R&B mix, and Chop and Quench, comprised of members of the cast and band of FELA! The Musical.
Global Mashup #2: Egypt Meets Haiti
TUES, SEPT 1, 7 PM EDT
With Zikrayat, playing a wide repertory of Egyptian music ranging from exciting Bellydance numbers to virtuosic improvisations, and the Agoci Band combining hip-hop, roots, and calypso flavors with Haitian compas.
Global Mashup #3: Mexico Meets Guinea
TUES, SEPT 8, 7 PM EDT
Featuring Banda de los Muertos, playing the boisterous Mexican brass/contemporary music known as “banda”, and Mandingo Ambassadors led by guitarist Mamady "Djelike" Kouyaté, a veteran of the golden age of Guinean dance bands
Global Mashup #4: Balkans Meets El Barrio
TUES, SEPT 15, 7 PM EDT
Raya Brass Band thrills audience with intense, soul-shaking Balkan wedding music and Spanglish Fly returns with irresistible grooves that play 60’s soul inspired by Latin boogaloo.
Global Mashup #5: Texas Meets Peru
TUES, SEPT 22, 7 PM EDT
Featuring Brian Clayton and The Green River Band, comprised of six of the finest country musicians, and Corina Bartra Afro Peruvian Band playing infectious Afro-Peruvian music.
This event is a part of Global Music Month. Global Music Month 2020 is a month-long, online festival of global music featuring concerts, presentations and panels, running from August 29th through October 1st. GMM 2020 combines 19 different U.S. and Canadian festivals and presenters’ events under one banner for a celebration of international music. Each online event is unique -- with no repeat performers — offering a mix of livestreams and archived performances. Learn more at https://www.globalmusicmonth.org
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