Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Bohemian Nights return to Warrington

By the editors

It's been three years since we've seen them in Blueskin Bay but
popular Australian folk performers, Bohemian Nights are returning
later this month for one show in Warrington.
Violinist Ernie Gruner and accordionist/singer Phil Carroll have
already visited New Zealand five times. For them, tour number six will
be like coming home.
They draw from diverse sources: Gypsy, Klezmer, Middle-Eastern,
French, Italian, Russian, jazz and tango. Their music ranges from
soulful to wild.
Ernie and Phil last performed in Warrington in 2007. In association
with Blueskin Bay FM, they play Warrington Memorial Hall on Saturday
April 24. Doors open 7.30pm and tickets are $15 (concession $10,
families $25).
Ernie specialises in Jewish music and Phil specialises in
Middle-Eastern music. They have worked together on and in theatre and
dance events for Russian, Armenian, Jewish, Turkish, French and
Italian communities. They also perform regularly for other events such
as parties and weddings. They provide a very lively and entertaining
performance.
Tickets only available at the door.

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