Tag: Musician/Band in Minneapolis

  • Finn Hall

    Finnish and Finnish-American Dance Music Band.
    Influences: Music of the old historic Finn Halls in the US and Canada, and those Finnish-American musicians who kept the music alive.
    Mandolin player and Vocalist Ralph Tuttila, Violinist and Nyckelharpa player Cheryl Paschke, Violinist Johanna Lorbach, Accordionist Dennis Halme, Accordionist and Vocalist Al Reko, and Bass player and Vocalist Jaana Tuttila. Other vocals provided by other band members.…

  • Samba Meu

    Samba Meu is a Twin Cities-based acoustic Brazilian music ensemble led by vocalist Karen Quiroz with master World Music percussionist Tim O’Keefe, and David Martin on acoustic guitar and electric bass. Samba Meu brings you the best in Brazilian contemporary and roots music for dancing and listening. Karen is a fiscal year 2016 recipient of an Minnesota Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. With this grant she will be hosting a series of Rodas, music parties featuring roots music and social dance from various regions of Brazil.

  • Swara Zankaar

    Swara Zankaar is a Minnesota based musical group consisting of singers and instrumentalists from different parts of Maharashtra, India. With knowledge in Indian classical, semi-classical and western classical music, they form a unique group of performers!…

  • Barra

    One of Minnesota’s longest-running traditional Irish bands, Barra has been thrilling audiences with its high energy performances since 1999. The band’s repertoire features the old favorite traditional dance tunes and songs, rarer pieces collected on trips to Ireland, as well as material from related Celtic traditions. Barra performs on stages across the Upper Midwest for concerts, festivals, ceilis, and private events, sharing the sheer fun and vitality of a musical tradition loved the world over. …

  • Orkestar Bez Ime

    Balkan Party Music. Temporary visas for all who visit www.rogaria.com.

    “An offshoot of Minneapolis’ Ethnic Dance Theatre, this six-piece Eastern European folk group incorporates Swedish, Gypsy, Israeli, Armenian and American tunes into their growing repertoire.” – TPT.…

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