The New World Folk Club is a new intimate and educational folk music event on the last Saturday of each month at the Scratcher Bar, NYC. Hosted by Vincent Cross, two special guests are invited to collaborate on traditional and/or contemporary folks songs. Guests this month are Sam Harmet (mandolin/clarinet) & Erica Mancini (accordion).
(Thanks to Kimberlee Piper (LINK) for this pic from last month)
Sam Harmet (LINK) is a mandolinist, composer, improvisor, and music educator based in Brooklyn, NY. He can regularly be found performing with the Walter Thompson Orchestra, Karl Berger's Improvisers Orchestra, Mob Job, Erica Mancini, and other various jazz, klezmer, and experimental groups.
Erica Mancini (LINK) is a Chicago-native born to Argentine parents who moved to New York City in 2009. She has performed in jazz bands, marching bands, gypsy jazz ensembles and other original and world music projects such as French reggae, original folk music from the Dominican Republic, and traditional Bavarian polka music.
Date: Saturday, March 31st
Location: The Scratcher Bar: 209 E 5th St, New York, NY 10003
Co-sponsored by The Folk Music Society of NY