The NO FRILLS SET
is a special offering by neighbor musician Mino Cinelu
(and other surprise guests)
Saturday, September 29, 2012 8:30 - 10:30 p.m.
8:30 doors open
9:00 music starts
10:45 doors close
A SPECIAL FREE EVENT FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD
We are serving light snacks and beverages
Please come welcome Mino as he extends his generosity to our neighborhood this week...
Mino is ‘a man of many talents : not content with mastering a formidable array of … percussion instruments, he sings, plays guitar and adds some mellifluous flute passage… Sure, percussion dominates but Cinelu’s music is full of varying textures, colors, atmosphere and sounds.’ [Blues and Soul]
Please visit www.minocinelu.com to learn more about this very special guest. Mino is well-known for his work with Miles Davis, Sting and Weather Report.
The NO FRILLS SET is a unique chance to hear top rated musicians in a low-key setting on a weekend evening.
Previous guests have included Etienne Charles, Jean Marie Collatin, Franz Hackl, Graham Haynes*, Michael Irwin, Francis Jacob, Gregoire Maret, Martha Redbone, Aaron Whitby and Alon Yavnai. You never know who will stop by...
All are welcome...
Brooklyn Workshop Gallery is a small, intimate space in the middle of Carroll Gardens, a South Brooklyn neighborhood where the old world meets industrial meets the new Brooklyn. We are a semi-collective atelier space dedicated to the celebration of cultural expressions, transparency in our processes, the sharing of our philosophies and a welcome to others with creative ideas. BWG is home to Workshop Gallery Artists Foundation, a non-profit foundation whose purpose is to promote and facilitate the process of keeping traditional art craft alive and vibrant in our world and to encourage the interpretation and expression of such through the individual artisan.
You can see a roster of the artists on the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery FACEBOOK page and more about other art events on the Workshop Gallery Artists Foundation page.
*Graham Haynes is also a regularly featured musician at BWG. He will be returning soon for THIS and THAT on Sunday afternoons. Keep posted!
Visit us at www.workshopgalleryartists.com or contact director, Martine Bisagni at firstname.lastname@example.org (especially if you would like to be on our regular mailing list) or at 718.797.9427
F or G to Carroll Street Subway Station, one block walk to Hoyt Street, turn right and walk 1 or 3 blocks depending on your subway exit. We are next to Nostalgia Antiques with a light in the window. Brooklyn Workshop Gallery is a 5 minute drive from the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and there is plenty of street parking on the gallery block.