NY-based band Tavche Gravche bring energetic Balkan music to today’s BTR The Jazz Hole Live with Linus. Daniel Ori, Vasko Dukovski, Dan Nadel and Aleksandar Petrov (along with special guests Ismail Lumanovski and Frank London) merge haunting Macedonian and Mediterranean melodies, both traditional and original, with dynamic improvisational elements.
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Daniel Ori (upright bass)
Vasko Dukovski (clarinet)
Dan Nadel (flamenco guitar)
Aleksandar Petrov (drums, tapan)
Ismail Lumanovski (clarinet on “Our Village”)
Frank London (trumpet on “Flying Bulgar”)
All compositions are traditional songs, except “Chanting” by Daniel Ori and “Chorbarium” by Vasko Dukovski.
All tracks recorded live at DROM in New York, NY on May 22nd 2014.
April 26th 2015, Music In The Meeting House – Fairfield, CT
July 1st 2015, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts – Katonah, NY
August 16th 2015, Friends of Music – Stamford, NY
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