Conversations / Performances with Daniel Bernard Roumain and DJ Jephté Guillaume

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Régine M. Roumain, executive director of Haiti Cultural Exchange, just announced a performance and conversation with Daniel Bernard Roumain, and music by DJ Jephté Guillaume on Friday, November 14, 2014, at 7:30pm (doors open at 6:00pm) at The Carlton Hotel, located on 88 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. (Admission: $35 in advance / $40 at the door.)

7:30pm – Conversation & Performance with Daniel Bernard Roumain

Daniel Bernard Roumain’s (DBR) acclaimed work as a composer and performer spans more than two decades, and has been commissioned by venerable artists and institutions worldwide.  “About as omnivorous as a contemporary artists gets” (New York Times), DBR is perhaps the only composer whose collaborations traverse the worlds of Philip Glass, Bill T. Jones, Savion Glover and Lady Gaga. Known for his signature violin sounds infused with a myriad of electronic and urban music influences, DER takes his genre-bending music beyond the proscenium.

Listen to DBR’s infused sounds here!

9:00pm to Midnight – DJ Jephté Guillaume – Tet Kale Records / Spiritual Life Music

Jephté Guillaume was born in Haiti and moved to New York as a child, along with his family. Jephté’s signature sound combines acoustic grooves with fierce electronic drive, known around the world as the Tet Kale Sound.  His heavy rotations DJing internationally – with his original tracks, his classic remixes and the golden touch he has put on numerous artists- have made him an indelible presence worldwide.

See program at http://haiticulturalx.org/program-03

For more information see www.haiticulturalx.org

 

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