Concert Review: TriBeCaStan – radically multicultural and poly-stylistic to the marrow…

Date: Friday, Augusr 2, 2013 Venue: the Rubin Museum (NY) Review by Dawoud Kringle TriBeCaStan is John Kruth (mandolin, mandocello, banjo, sitar, flutes, harmonica, vocals); Jeff Green (yayli, tamboor, tarhu, morsing, dutar, flutes, rubab, aqua drum, halo); Matt Darriau (kaval, clarinet, alto sax, gaida); Kenny Margolis (accordion, harmonium); Ray Peterson (double bass); Boris Kinberg (percussion, timbales, gong); Rohin Khemani (tabla, percussion); John Turner (trumpet) and Chris Morrow (trombone).

TriBeCaStan new live footage!

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TriBeCaStan are: John Kruth – mandolin, mandocello, banjo, flute, harmonica, Irish whistle Jeff Greene – marimba, yayli tambor, mandolin, hurdy gurdy, flutes Todd Isler – drums Dave Dreiwitz – bass John Turner – trumpet Kenny Margolis – accordion Ibrahim Gonzalez – conga, percussion with guests: Matt Darriau – clarinet, alto sax, bagpipe, kaval […]

TriBeCaStan: “…….are the Sex Pistols not folk music?”

                                                                                                                   Interview by Jim Hoey – Photos by Marilyn Cvitanic ——————————This interview was conducted at TriBeCaStan’s West Side studio, with helicopters rising and falling along the riverside, and the three of us, John Kruth, Jeff Greene, and myself, surrounded by the instruments of their trade, culled from a lifetime of travel and exploration. Fresh from a […]

TriBeCaStan (Folklorkestra) – they took folk melodies from around the world and improvised on them!

Rock Paper Scissors, Inc. and the oligarchy of TriBeCaStan hosted a reception for APAP presenters and booking agents and DBDBD were invited. The TriBeCaStani cultural attaché made available his personal 5 Star Cave for the event and served a lavish spread of complimentary food and drink. This was one of those once in a lifetime […]