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Prana Trio Performs at Elasticity Fest March 30.

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Led by Brian Adler, Prana Trio is dedicated to exploring original compositions, and free improvisations based on the sacred works of Rumi, Hafiz, Lao Tsu, Shankarcarya, Kabir, Issa and others. This ensemble has been recognized by many reviewers as being one of the few truly unique and original pure groups on the music scene today. Prana Trio has released two albums: Pranam (2006) and After Dark (2004) and has since performed in a wide spectrum of venues including the world renowned Jordan Hall, the Knitting Factory, Ryles Jazz Club, the Zeitgeist Gallery, as well as festivals and sacred places.

Prana Trio will be performing at
elastiCity 2007
Friday, March 30
7 PM
www.Prana Trio.com

Sunny Kim, voice; Nathan Goheen bass; Brian Adler, drums

About the series:
Tillie's, now in its tenth year of promoting talent in Brooklyn, is pleased to announce the elastiCity Music Festival on the last Friday of every month from February 2007 through September 2007. elastiCity is a new music series dedicated to showcasing local and regional composers with a common vision and a desire to stretch out to something new, whether it's art song, jazz improvisation, or a little bit of rock and roll.

Tillie's is located at the corner of Vanderbilt and DeKalb Avenues in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
For more information or directions to the store, see our website at www.tilliesofbrooklyn.com or call (718) 783-6140.

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