Strunz & Farah

Strunz & Farah

“… the swiftness of a desert wind and the burning passion of a Gypsy campfire…” – Guitar Player Acoustic guitar virtuosos Strunz & Farah perform a passionately honed blend of Latin/Flamenco/Arabic world jazz fusion that has captivated audiences and critics for more than three decades and continues to excite with the release of their latest recording, Moods and Visions. Recognized for their ground-breaking, culturally influenced synthesis of sensuous melody and rhythmic virtuosity, the two-time Grammy nominees’ successful collaboration includes credits with such renowned world, jazz, and popular artists as Stanley Clarke, Sting, Gerardo Nuñez, and Jackson Brown. $27/Advance $32/Door  (admission tax and service charge additional) Doors and dinner at 6:00 PM No Comp Tix...
Strunz & Farah

Strunz & Farah

Monday, May 13, 9:00 PM Strunz & Farah $23/Adv $26/Door Doors at 8:30 PM “Bridging cultures and stunning audiences…” – Jazziz Jorge Strunz and Ardeshir Farah’s innovative style of “ethno-jazz” has carved out its own distinctive path over the course of three decades. The two guitarists have been performing together since 1980, when Strunz left the popular Latin-jazz group Caldera to team up with Farah. From the beginning, the two found themselves conjuring up a visionary blend of music drawn from Latin American and Middle Eastern cultures. It’s a creative mix of flamenco, classical, Afro-Caribbean, and Persian influences, matched with the improvisational spontaneity of jazz. Today, this inventive duo continues to refine its unique sound into a magical brew, enthralling audiences everywhere....
Strunz & Farah

Strunz & Farah

Monday, May 13, 7:00 PM Strunz & Farah $23/Adv $26/Door Doors and dinner beginning at 6:00 PM “Bridging cultures and stunning audiences…” – Jazziz Jorge Strunz and Ardeshir Farah’s innovative style of “ethno-jazz” has carved out its own distinctive path over the course of three decades. The two guitarists have been performing together since 1980, when Strunz left the popular Latin-jazz group Caldera to team up with Farah. From the beginning, the two found themselves conjuring up a visionary blend of music drawn from Latin American and Middle Eastern cultures. It’s a creative mix of flamenco, classical, Afro-Caribbean, and Persian influences, matched with the improvisational spontaneity of jazz. Today, this inventive duo continues to refine its unique sound into a magical brew, enthralling audiences everywhere....