April 21, 2018 @ 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM America/Los Angeles Timezone

Don’t miss this intimate acoustic concert of folk and classical music from Egypt, Turkey, Persia, Armenia and Tunisia.  A fabulous ensemble and true learning experience. Saturday, April 21st, 7:30pm. $20 donation at door.

Vince Delgado is a master percussionist and composer who has played music for over sixty five years. He is a jazz musician, Middle Eastern musician and has studied classical North Indian music extensively. He was the executive director of the Ali Akbar College of Music in 1968 under the guidance of the great sarodist Ali Akbar Khan. He has appeared on Saman Yolu Television in Istanbul with renowned oud player Necati Celik; in Paris, US and Canada with Zakir Hussain, in India with John McLaughlin, in the San Francisco Bay Area with many jazz artists including Larry Vuckovich, John Santos, John Handy, and Eddie Marshall.

Accolades for the concert:

“ Dear Vince, I’m writing you on behalf of myself and the Napa County Library for contributing to our cultural community programs, again . It is such a pleasure to have you and your band play here everytime. You bring such a joy and love to our library and our patrons. We are happy to see t’hat your audience at our library keeps growing. YOU GUYS ROCK. ‘

Soudabeh Ashrafi, Napa Librarian, July 27th, 2017

“The Mid-East Tapestry was a fabulous ensemble that provided valuable insight into the music of the Middle East. The performance and lecture was inclusive and spectacular for music and non-music majors.”

-Prof. Mike Crain, Sacramento State University

Wow! What a performance/learning experience! Vince and all the group are so knowledgeable about their craft and are really good at helping to make it accessible to the rest of us. They were great with both children and adults alike and took the time to really answer questions. They were a joy to have in our library. Thank you for sharing your gift.

Cosette E. Ratliff ,Alameda Free Library Adult/Reference Services



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