Sat, June 10th

Stephane Wrembel band plays The music of Django Reinhardt

jazz TICKETS

Doors 7:00 PM
Show 8:00 PM
Advance Price $15
Door Price $20

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door


HERALDED GUITARIST STEPHANE WREMBEL TO PERFORM AT DROM ON SATURDAY, JUNE 10TH, IN SUPPORT OF THE DJANGO EXPERIMENT I AND THE DJANGO EXPERIMENT II


NEW YORK, NY– Award-winning gypsy-jazz guitarist Stephane Wrembel will perform with his band at DROM, 85 Avenue A, New York, on Saturday, June 10th at 8:00 p.m. as part of the venue's 10th anniversary celebration.  Doors open at 7:00 p.m. This show is open to patrons 21 and over. Tickets are $15.00 in advance and $20.00 at the door.


In March of 2017, Wrembel released two new recordings, The Django Experiment I and The Django Experiment II, on Water Is Life Records.   Both recordings primarily feature Wrembel’s interpretation of the songs of legendary jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt as well as original compositions by Wrembel and a few other writers in the same vein of music. Vintage Guitar Magazine said, "There's plenty of Gypsy jazz guitarists who can play more notes at a faster tempos than Django Reinhardt, but few can truly match the master in the inventiveness, melody and sheer swing.  Stephane Wrembel is one of the rarities."
The CDs were released in conjunction with the Wrembel-produced Django A Gogo, which was held at Carnegie Hall on March 3rd to rave reviews! Other performers included Al Di Meola, Larry Keel and Stochelo Rosenberg.

Wrembel is best known for “Bistro Fada,” the theme song from the 2011 Woody AllenOscar Award-nominated movie, Midnight In Paris.  Subsequently, Wrembel was hand-selected by award winning composer/producer Hans Zimmer to perform at the 2012 Academy Awards® as part of his “All Star Band.”  Wrembel has contributed music to two other Allen films, commercials, and TV and now has both a Clio Award and Grammy Award under his belt.  He has toured around the world and is immensely popular in India.

New York Observer
 recently said, "For North Americans, Stephane Wrembel represents the living face of gypsy jazz." 
Wrembel's band includes long-time collaborators Thor Jensen (guitar), Ari Folman Cohen (bass), and Nick Anderson (drums).