Django A Gogo 2020 Music Festival

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Django A Gogo 2020 Music Festival

Django A Gogo 2020 Music Festival

3 Concerts Series At The Woodland In Maplewood NJ

Concerts are limited to 90 persons, and we will follow all the strict official sanitary guidelines.


THE CONCERTS

Thursday, November 19, 2020, At 8:00 P.M
Stephane Wrembel Band

Stephane Wrembel Band featuring Stephane Wrembel and Thor Jensen on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass.The band will play a wide selection from the catalogue of Django Reinhardt catalogue as well original titles, including some of the songs Stephane has composed for several Woody Allen movies, including “Bistro Fada,” the theme song from the Academy Award winning film, “Midnight In Paris.”

Friday, November 20, 2020, At 8:00 P.M
The Django Experiment

The band includes Stephane Wrembel and Thor Jensen on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass, Daisy Castro on violin, Nick Driscoll on clarinet, bass clarinet and saxophone. The group will perform the band’s latest release, The Django Experiment V, in its entirety as well as compositions from The Django Experiment I through IV.

Saturday, November 21, 2020, At 8:00 P.M
Django à Gogo All Stars 2020

A full 8 piece band will perform the traditional Django Reinhardt repertoire for the grand finale night of Django A Go Go Maplewood. This supergroup includes Stephane Wrembel and Thor Jensen on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass, Daisy Castro on violin, Nick Driscoll on clarinet, bass clarinet and saxophone, David Langlois on washboard and Josh Kaye on oud and guitar

 

ABOUT STEPHANE WREMBEL:

Stephane Wrembel is one of the preeminent guitarists specialized in the Django Reinhardt style. Born in France and now based in New Jersey, Wrembel is most known for his Grammy Award®-winning composition “Bistro Fada” from the Academy Award®-winning Woody Allen movie "Midnight In Paris." Since 2001, Wrembel has released over a dozen critically acclaimed releases including a series of recordings in tribute to Reinhardt under the nom de plume, The Django Experiment. Wrembel is also the producer of the annual Django A Gogo Festival in Maplewood, New Jersey, and New York City. Since 2003, he has brought together some of the finest musicians in the world equally influenced by Reinhardt to celebrate the Sinti guitar style to perform in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and The Town Hall.


The Woodland

Located in the heart of Maplewood Village, this Georgian Revival style mansion and adjoining auditorium have been a hub for Maplewood's vibrant cultural and civic life for over eight decades. Completed in 1930 as an elegant home for the Maplewood Woman's Club, The Woodland is owned and operated by the Township of Maplewood which is dedicated to its use for cultural, educational and recreational activities that reflect the diverse character of this unique community.


Maplewood Division of Arts & Culture

Maplewood Division of Arts & Culture organizes and facilitates performances and cultural activities throughout the Township of Maplewood, New Jersey. Working independently and in conjunction with local arts and civic groups such as the Strollers Community Theatre, Maplewood Arts Council, Rent Party Pantry, and the Springfield Avenue Partnership among others, DAC strives to establish Maplewood as a cultural outpost and arts destination. The mission of the Division of Arts & Culture, under the Community Service Department is to foster a creative community of artists and organizations, enhancing the quality of life for residents of Maplewood by ensuring that artistic and cultural experiences are inclusive and accessible to all.

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Django A Gogo 2020 Music Festival
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3 Concerts Series At The Woodland In Maplewood NJ

Concerts are limited to 90 persons, and we will follow all the strict official sanitary guidelines.


THE CONCERTS

Thursday, November 19, 2020, At 8:00 P.M
Stephane Wrembel Band

Stephane Wrembel Band featuring Stephane Wrembel and Thor Jensen on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass.The band will play a wide selection from the catalogue of Django Reinhardt catalogue as well original titles, including some of the songs Stephane has composed for several Woody Allen movies, including “Bistro Fada,” the theme song from the Academy Award winning film, “Midnight In Paris.”

Friday, November 20, 2020, At 8:00 P.M
The Django Experiment

The band includes Stephane Wrembel and Thor Jensen on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass, Daisy Castro on violin, Nick Driscoll on clarinet, bass clarinet and saxophone. The group will perform the band’s latest release, The Django Experiment V, in its entirety as well as compositions from The Django Experiment I through IV.

Saturday, November 21, 2020, At 8:00 P.M
Django à Gogo All Stars 2020

A full 8 piece band will perform the traditional Django Reinhardt repertoire for the grand finale night of Django A Go Go Maplewood. This supergroup includes Stephane Wrembel and Thor Jensen on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass, Daisy Castro on violin, Nick Driscoll on clarinet, bass clarinet and saxophone, David Langlois on washboard and Josh Kaye on oud and guitar

 

ABOUT STEPHANE WREMBEL:

Stephane Wrembel is one of the preeminent guitarists specialized in the Django Reinhardt style. Born in France and now based in New Jersey, Wrembel is most known for his Grammy Award®-winning composition “Bistro Fada” from the Academy Award®-winning Woody Allen movie "Midnight In Paris." Since 2001, Wrembel has released over a dozen critically acclaimed releases including a series of recordings in tribute to Reinhardt under the nom de plume, The Django Experiment. Wrembel is also the producer of the annual Django A Gogo Festival in Maplewood, New Jersey, and New York City. Since 2003, he has brought together some of the finest musicians in the world equally influenced by Reinhardt to celebrate the Sinti guitar style to perform in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and The Town Hall.


The Woodland

Located in the heart of Maplewood Village, this Georgian Revival style mansion and adjoining auditorium have been a hub for Maplewood's vibrant cultural and civic life for over eight decades. Completed in 1930 as an elegant home for the Maplewood Woman's Club, The Woodland is owned and operated by the Township of Maplewood which is dedicated to its use for cultural, educational and recreational activities that reflect the diverse character of this unique community.


Maplewood Division of Arts & Culture

Maplewood Division of Arts & Culture organizes and facilitates performances and cultural activities throughout the Township of Maplewood, New Jersey. Working independently and in conjunction with local arts and civic groups such as the Strollers Community Theatre, Maplewood Arts Council, Rent Party Pantry, and the Springfield Avenue Partnership among others, DAC strives to establish Maplewood as a cultural outpost and arts destination. The mission of the Division of Arts & Culture, under the Community Service Department is to foster a creative community of artists and organizations, enhancing the quality of life for residents of Maplewood by ensuring that artistic and cultural experiences are inclusive and accessible to all.

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The Woodland  
60 Woodland Road
Maplewood, NJ 07040