10th Annual Django Reinhardt Festival
January 25, 2013
to 10 PM
1628 5th Ave. , Fort Worth, TX
$25 - $45
The 10th annual celebration of the Life & Legacy of Gypsy Jazz Guitarist, JOHN BAPTISTE "DJANGO" REINHARDT (1910-1953).
FRIDAY/JANUARY 25 - Doors Open 6:30 pm
7 pm Film: SWING GUITAR (Jazz Line Distribution)
8 pm Music: CONTINENTAL GRAFFITI
SATURDAY - JANUARY 26 - Doors Open 6:30 pm
7 pm Film: STEPHANE GRAPELLI: A Life In The Jazz Century (Decca)
8 pm Music: GYPSY MOON & The STRAY GYPSIES
SUNDAY - JANUARY 27 - Doors Open 5:30 pm
6 pm Film: LIFE AFTER DJANGO (Cinema Libre Studio)
7 pm Music: LA POMPE & STRING THEORY MANOUCHE
Workshops in Gypsy Swing Guitar, Gypsy Jazz Guitar & Chords in Beginning, Beginning/Intermediate and Advanced levels will be offered on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. A Workshop in The Grapelli Violin will be offered Saturday afternoon only. Class times & instructors to be announced - classes are 1 hour & 15 minutes. WORKSHOP CLASSES: $25 Each...$20 with Student ID
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