Café Musique

Monica Pasqual and Joshua McClain open

Friday, April 8, 2016, 8:00 pm
(doors open at 7:00 pm)

gypsy, swing, tango, folk & wild classical music

$17 adv / $19 door

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April 08 8:00 pm

Café Musique lives up to its name with a musical palette that includes gypsy, swing, tango, folk and the self-defined genre, wild classical. The five members seem to eat, sleep and breathe music. They're from the central coast of California and all five come from wildly different backgrounds, but together they’ve found kindred musical spirits in one another. Having performed around the world and been on the stages of several world-class music festivals, Café Musique has made thousands of fans of their powerful, emotive and beautiful sound.


Leading the way is the siren song of violinist Brynn Albanese. She charms, seduces, and delightfully entertains the audience through a whirlwind of musical genres. The group dynamic is part of the fun, with a sassy, musical interplay between accordionist Duane Inglish and Ms. Albanese. The band offers range as well as depth, moving from exhilarating tango to the intense folk music of Eastern Europe to the truly lovely songwriting of guitarist Craig Nuttycombe. String wizard Eric Williams brings a life-time of musical experience to the band's fabric forged by his touring and recording with Taj Mahal, Rita Coolidge and appearing on over 100 recordings. On bass is multi-instrumentalist Fred Murray, whose background in blues, folk and rock gives the ensemble a heartbeat that leads to powerful dynamics, big and small.




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