Fri, April 19th

Meszecsinka Band with Zlatne Uste & Fényes Banda of NYC

folk jazz world music TICKETS

Doors 7:00pm
Show 8:00pm
Advance Price $15
Door Price $20
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

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


Meszecsinka means "small moon" in Bulgarian, and is the child borne of a love affair. Meszecsinka's music is intimate, magical and fragile - like any child of love.  Lead singer Annamari, ackowledged as one of the best new talents in Hungary sings in six languages (Hungarian, Roma, Bulgarian, Finnish, English and Spanish), members of the band are from three countries (Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland). They lead the audience into a wonderland of never-before-heard music rooted in the Balkans and Central-Europe. "Specialists would call it psychedelic new wave folk" - describes Fidelio, one of Hungary's most influential musical periodical.

Fortified by a superb international musical cast, Meszecsinka promises to provide a performance surely to dazzle North American audiences."Beyond the musical components there is the essence of the Paneuropean culture".... "Brilliant album!" Lángoló Gitárok [Flaming Guitars].

During Hungary's highly competitive FOLKBEATS 2011 talent search competition, the prestigious jury selected Meszecsinka as the "best world music group" from among almost 100 entrants. Their winning prize:  a North American Tour.   

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ényes Banda of New York City

A new and exciting addition to the Hungarian folk music world is Fényes Banda makes their debut performance at DROM. Born of a love for this music and dance culture, Fényes Banda explores music from villages in Hungary and Transylvania.

Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass Band

Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass BandZlatne Uste (Golden Lips) is an internationally known group of American-born musicians playing traditional music of the Balkans, primarily representing Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian and Romany (Gypsy) traditions. Four-time invited guest at the Dragachevo Brass Festival in Gucha, Serbia, the 12-piece band is among the foremost presenters of traditional Balkan dance music in the United States.