Shows: December 7, 2015

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The FAM Roving Museum and East Coast Filipino Renaissance

Asia Pacific Forum talks to Nancy Bulalacao on the creation of a roving museum for Filipino Americans, the bourgeoning East Coast Filipino Renaissance and her vision for Filipino American art space.

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The Musical and Organic Storytelling Process of The Dolomites

Originally founded in Portland, Oregon and currently based in parts of North America and Japan, the DOLOMITES sound is a Tribal Transnational Mash of songs that fuses together the musical and folkloric traditions and genres of Japanese, Rumanian, Balkan, Cumbia, Gypsy, Dub, Punk, Alternative, Electronic, Roots, Bass and Sub-natural mystic rhythms. Instrumentation varies from show to show, but is usually : Accordion, Vocals,Tuba, Drums, Percussion, and at times has a variety of electronic elements, violin, koto and other beautiful instruments. Lyrics are in Japanese, English, and ancient tribal scatting.

The Dolomites currently have a rotating roster of about 68 musicians depending on each different city and country the Dolomites perform. Stevhen Koji Baianu plays accordion, vocals, violin, bass, drums, percussion, koto, etc. and is the founder, producer, and director of the current Dolomites.

http://www.dolomitesmusic.com/

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