Last updated June 7th 2015

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Gypsy music sensation The Taraf from Romania will be performing at The Zone on Saturday, June 13th, celebrating a decade of Olamale International Booking, founded by Yvonne Kahan, representing Israeli musicians abroad, including The Alaev Family, Victoria Hanna, Dudu Tassa, Maurice El Medioni, Kutiman Orchestra and many more.

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The Taraf are a band of lautari (traditional musicians) from the Romanian village of Clejani, southwest of Bucharest. It is a smaller version of Taraf de Haïdouks, the band that has received many accolades and performed in Tony Gartlif’s film Latcho Drom. The Taraf are: Anghel Gheorghe “Caliu” – violin; Robert Gheorghe – Violin; Gheorghe Manole “Nea Gheorghe” – Vocal & Accordion; George Ciolac Ness – cimbalom; Aurel Turcitu – bass.

The Taraf
Saturday, June 13th at 22:00
The Zone (HaEzor), 13 HaRechev Street, Tel Aviv
Tickets are 70 NIS, order online via this link.