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Django à Gogo® Festival : Django, the gypsy soul

Concerts

Django à Gogo® Festival : Django, the gypsy soul
09-30-2023 8:00 pm
Spadina Theatre $CA18.00

Event Description

Stephane Wrembel band with Simba Baumgartner: guitar, Aurore Voilqué: violin, Nathan Beja: vocals and guitar, Debi Botos: guitar

 

The international music festival Django à Gogo® celebrates its 20th anniversary! The festival focuses on the art and style of gypsy jazz guitar of the famous Django Reinhardt. To date, the festival has been held in New York City and Maplewood, offering concerts, guitar and violin camps, and a final show at legendary venues such as Carnegie Hall and Town Hall. Beginning in 2023, to celebrate the 20th anniversary, the festival expands with Django à Gogo® Los Angeles and Django à Gogo® Toronto.

For the first edition of Django à Gogo® Toronto, Stephane Wrembel will not only perform with his famous New York City quartet, but he will also have two prestigious French guests: Simba Baumgartner on guitar and Aurore Voilqué on violin.

The program will also include two of the greatest musicians of the gypsy jazz scene in Toronto: Mexican-born singer and guitarist Nathan Beja (leader of “Viper’s Cloud” and “Nat Beja’s Continental Jazz Band”) and Hungarian guitar virtuoso, Debi Botos.

 

© photo : Michael Weintrob

 

Saturday September 30: Stephane Wrembel band with Simba Baumgartner and Aurore Voilqué, special guest Debi Botos: Django, the gypsy soul.

 

The group will also conduct workshops at the Alliance Française Spadina campus

 

Guitar Workshop #1 with Simba Baumgartner and Stephane Wrembel: Saturday, September 30, 10am – 12 pm

Guitar Workshop #2 with Debi Botos and Stephane Wrembel: Saturday September 30 2pm - 4 pm

Guitar Workshop #3 "The Art of Rhythm" with Josh Kaye: Sunday, October 1, 10am -12 pm

 

For more information, visit Djangoagogo.com

 

Rules:

  • Box office also available on-site!
  • Doors will open only 20 minutes before the event.
  • Doors will be closed 10 minutes after the beginning of the event.
  • Don't bring food and beverages.
  • Enjoy the event!

 

Merci and see you soon! 

 

Partners: 

 

PCC BMO PC

Event Information

Event Date 09-30-2023 8:00 pm
Individual Price General Admission : 18$
Location Spadina Theatre
Categories Concerts

Venue Information - Spadina Theatre

Created by Hariri Pontarini Architects, the Alliance Française Toronto theatre opened in the spring of 2014. Since then, more than 200 artists and events have been held there all year long, within a warm and intimate atmosphere. This 147-seat auditorium invites you to join us for musical performances of all genres, as well as film screenings, lectures, and stage plays.

Entrance to the theatre is on Lowther Avenue. The doors open 20 minutes prior to the beginning of each event.

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Coat Check

Coat check is located in the basement of the Spadina Theatre and is available at no charge for every event. Alliance Française is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Wheelchair Access

A number of seats have been specifically set aside for people in wheelchairs or for those with disabilities. They are available upon request. Please inform the Alliance Française team upon arriving to the event. Washrooms are accessible.

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