Stéphane San Juan, photo by Eduardo Martino; Yallah Yallah, photo by Cem Misirlioglu
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Stéphane San Juan, a French drummer, singer, and composer based in New York, introduces his latest acoustic trio project, drawing inspiration from African, Brazilian, and French music genres, fused with elements of jazz. While singing, San Juan plays acoustic drums and percussion, Kely Pinheiro adds her unique cello and vocal style, and Guilherme Monteiro accompanies on acoustic guitar, blending Brazilian essence with unconventional jazz. San Juan's global musical education and collaborations with musicians like Amadou & Mariam, Caetano Veloso, David Byrne and Jane Birkin enrich his compositions, resonating with cultural diversity. Sung in French and Portuguese, his original repertoire adds linguistic depth to this unique musical exploration, promising a transcendent sonic journey uniting hearts and souls.

FEATURING
Kely Pinheiro: Cello and vocals
Guilherme Monteiro: Guitar and vocals
Stéphane San Juan: Drums, percussion and vocals

In addition, guitarists Amit Peled of Habbina Habbina and Segev Harosh join forces to give us: Yallah Yallah, a homage to '80s drum machine-based, Middle Eastern pop. The two guitarists capturing the harmonized guitar parts on those classic records and adding keyboards, live percussion, and an Alesis SR-16 drum machine, omnipresent in the original '80s recordings.

Run time: Approximately 2 hours 

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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