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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.Last year's festival boasted over 70 separate performances, Saturday on 4 concurrent stages.Rajabiy's legacy was to help preserve and ensure the survival of this music for future generations. The symposium will take place Sunday, February 4th, from am - pm at the Bukharian Jewish Community Center, 106-16 70th Avenue, Forest Hills (free admission). A week of concerts, dance parties, jam sessions, theater, film, lectures, klezmer instrumental, vocal and theater workshops, Yiddish language, neighborhood tours and much, much more! Friday, December 15: Come celebrate the season with Pachamama Peruvian Arts!The concert will take place Monday, February 5th, pm at the Center for Jewish History's Leo and Julia Forchheimer Auditorium, 15 W 16th St, Manhattan. At the 14th Street Y and various venues in the East Village and Lower East Side. Sunday, December 17: Experience the sights, sounds and smells that make Rego Park home to the largest Bukharian Jewish community in NYC with community leader Manashe Khaimov. The holiday benefit concert features performances by students and teachers performing the regional dances and music of Peru. (pm)Colorful clothing, exuberant song, vibrant dancing, and the exciting rhythms of djembe and doundoun drums will sweep the audience into a powerful experience of West African village life, with dancing, a call-and-response, drum solos, and a finale with audience participation.And hailing from the most diverse locale on the planet, Queens-based Grupo Rebolu gets the crowd dancing to the Afro-Colombian beat.
( - pm) Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12: Herencia Africana narrates the history of the African roots and their derivatives through Afro-Cuban music, dance and song.(Due to limited space, this free event requires tickets for entry.Pick up your tickets in the lobby one hour before the event). Petra Gelbart will look to Kyiv’s legendary Romani theatre ensemble for a selection of folk and stage songs in Romani, a language that originated in India – the motherland of all Roma.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.