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Andrea Gordillo

Andrea Gordillo is a writer based in New York City.

The Medium That Brings You Something Rare

Melody Rabe, Analuz Vizarretea, and Jessica Olsen are Medium Rare, presenting music that defies genres while engages and entertains.

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Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the month of April in New York City.

Anthems in the Afternoon

Migguel Anggelo is a performer who is difficult to box into a specific genre, a dynamic and operatic singer who combines several different means of expression—music, theater, storytelling, and dance. Venezuelan-born and Brooklyn-based, he credits much of his drive to Latin heritage and culture.

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Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning, and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the month of May in New York City.

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Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning, and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the month of June in New York City.

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Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning, and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the summer in New York City.

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Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning, and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the month of September in New York City.

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Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning, and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the month of October in New York City.

La Cumbiamba eNeYé at Roulette

La Cumbiamba eNeYé performed March 15 at Roulette with their full, 11-piece ensemble for the first time in four years, part of the World Music Institute (W.M.I.) series, World to Brooklyn!. The series aims to achieve a higher level of engagement between international musicians and their audience, and La Cumbiamba’s (the name refers to a traditional outdoor dance party in Colombia) performance resulted in a culturally immersive, festive, and impressive experience.

Undiscovered Lands

Drummer Andrés Márquez is the conceptual mastermind behind One with the Plan. The group generally performs as a quartet, with Scott Kapelman on bass, Eyal Hai on saxophone, and Javier Escudero on guitar, and also features the numerous and distinctive vocal talents of Ganavya Doraiswamy and Hannah Juliano.

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