El Dia de los Muertos

El Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead), a Mexican celebration, is a day to celebrate, remember and honor those who have departed. On this day in Mexico, the streets near the cemeteries are filled with decorations of papel picado, flowers, candy calaveras (skeletons and skulls), People gather at the graves to eat & sing. It is different to Halloween BTW.

Donations VERY welcome for Mission Mexico show your appreciation for Mexican Duo "Hector & Henry"

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Day of the Dead MILONGA Friday 2nd November Club Willoughby, 26 Crabbes Ave, off Penshurst St , NORTH Willoughby. 8pm - 11.45pm Cost $15

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Ruth Roshan and Tango Noir - Mullumbimby

Ruth Roshan and Tango Noir - NSW NORTH COAST CD LAUNCH

8PM Friday November 9, 2012 (Doors open 7:15 PM. Delicious food available) - MULLUMBIMBY DRILL HALL - Jubilee Avenue, Mullumbimby Tickets available at www.kupromotions.com.au Pre $20 (+bf)/Door $25

Ruth Roshan and Tango Noir Brisbane CD Launch Concert

Ruth Roshan and Tango Noir - BRISBANE CD LAUNCH CONCERT (for Brisbane Cabaret Festival) & Pequeño Niño Bien Milonga*

Saturday November 10 - Concert 6:30—7:30 PM, Milonga 8:30—11 PM OLD BRISBANE MUSEUM, 460 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills

Ruth Roshan & Tango Noir - "Darling ... Keep it to Yourself"
"I had tears in my eyes when I listened to it ... definitely my album of the month." - Trans Europa Express - PBS Radio
"A gorgeous, nerve tingling collection of music." - Roots & Fusion - Pure Radio (UK)

Featuring ... Amir Farid (Piano), Phil Carroll (Accordion), Aaron Barnden (Violin), Sarah Morse (Cello), William Hewer (Cello) and Ruth Roshan (Vocals, Mandolin); with special guest Nick Tsiavos on Bass. In Tango Noir's second all original album, "Darling ... Keep it to Yourself", Ruth uses the rhythms of the cabaret, the Tango, the Habanera, the Waltz, Ruth successfully infuses the album with an atmosphere of 1930s Berlin to create music which is new and nostalgic at the same time. It is a very listenable and beautiful album. Lush arrangements enhance the style, providing a bittersweet flavour when backing her acerbic lyrics. With cabaret undergoing a revival at present, Ruth is an artist who perfectly captures the mood of that style and era on this album
Tickets available via www.brisbanecabaretfestival.com Ph: (07) 3257 4089
Concert or Milonga Only Pre: $25 full/$20 conc**, Door $30/$25 Both Concert & Milonga $35* (pre booked only)

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