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Representing Brooklyn, the magical sound culture of Sandaraa featuring internationally acclaimed vocalist Zeb Bangash and composer/clarinetist Michael Winograd take Pakistani & Afghani music into new realms, melding it with Balkan music and other influences.

Rajabiy's legacy was to help preserve and ensure the survival of this music for future generations.

CTMD is proud to be a sponsor of this event along with Direct Cultural Access and the CATCH Consortium.

Hear the music and dance traditions from Sri Lanka, Puerto Rico, Pakistan, Colombia, Turkey and Eastern Europe, all born, bred and celebrated in our fair city of New York, New York: From Manhattan and the Bronx comes second-generation Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba collective Redobles de Cultura.

From the Indian Ocean to Staten Island, the Sri Lankan Dance Academy of New York brings the amazing artistry and fanciful costumes of their homeland to the stage.

Shashmaqam is the classical music of Central Asia which developed in the courts of the Emirs of Bukharan Empire for hundreds of years.

For centuries prior to Rajabiy's work, the Shashmaqam corpus had existed only in the memories and oral tradition of musicians.

Enjoy an evening of Peruvian traditional music and dance and support a good cause. At PS 69, 77-02 37th Ave., Jackson Heights, Queens. Two well-known Brooklyn-based Yiddish performers, Eléonore Biezunski (vocals and violin) and Madeline Solomon (vocals, accordion, flute and puppets) present a concert of Hanukkah songs and spirited klezmer music that young audiences and families of all backgrounds will enjoy. Presented in partnership with the CATCH Consortium. Performance Tickets: /10 Members/ Children/ Member Children.

Workshop Tickets: / Children/Free for members with performance tickets.

Powerhouse drumming and riveting vocals will make everyone want to sing and dance along. At the Brooklyn Central Library's Dweck Center, 10 Grand Army Plaza (pm).

Learn about the Jewish community that lived for over 2000 years on the Silk Road in cities such as Samarkand, Dunshabe and Tashkent.

The festival, which is sponsored by the Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass Band, runs from PM - AM on Friday and then PM on Saturday until AM Sunday morning.

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