Andrew Zingg ’13 has that tropical zingggggg:
Take a trip back to 1960s Brazil with the psychedelic funk/soul/garage of Sessa and The Trip and the dusty vinyl of Joel Stones, the man with the deepest Tropicalia record collection in NYC.
SESSA AND THE TRIP
The new project of Sergio “Sessa” Sayeg, the former guitarist of São Paulo Tropicalia enthusiasts Garotas Suecas. Carry Brownstein of Sleater Kinney/Portlandia said of Sessa’s former band: “It has literally been a decade since I went up to a stage, closed my eyes, danced like a fool and never wanted the moment to end.”
Sergio Sayeg – Guitars and Vocals
Jorge Chafey – Bass
Robin Macmillan – Drums
Joel Stones – Spiritual Guidance
DJ JOEL STONES
The proprietor of the recently defunct Tropicalia in Furs, an East Village record store of entirely psychedelic Brazilian music from 1960s and 1970s. He has DJ’ed parties for the Beastie Boys and curated a compilation of Tropicalia rare cuts called Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas.
Harim Jung ’16 cordially invites you to enrich your life with orchestral music:
Come watch the Wesleyan University Orchestra’s comeback concert as it
performs chamber and symphonic works of great Baroque, Classical and
Romantic composers of the 18th and 19th centuries.
The program will include:
Händel’s Water Music in D (Noah Horn, Harpsichord)
Felix Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture from Fingalshöhle
Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony in A Major
Directed by Noah Horn of Yale University
Date: Saturday, April 27
Time: 7 – 9 PM
Location: Crowell Concert Hall
From Rebecca Koppel ’14:
Come enjoy the beautiful sunshine that we will (hopefully) receive on
Saturday afternoon and join the Wesleyan Jewish Community, AEPi, and
the Bayit at a barbecue in the Bayit backyard. There will be Hebrew
National hotdogs, delicious hamburgers and food for the meat-free, the
gluten-free, and the taste-free among us! Everyone is welcome to this
free event! Invite your friends!
When: Saturday, April 27th, 4-6pm
Where: Bayit Backyard