From Tarrega To Django: The Art Of Guitar

Event Start Date:
June 3, 2021
Event End Date:
June 5, 2021
Event Venue:
The Woodland

Django A Gogo 2021 Music Festival
June 3 – June 6, 2021
3 Concerts Series & Guitar Camp
Concerts are limited to 90 persons, and we will follow all the strict official sanitary guidelines.

Django A Gogo 2021 Music Festival
Thursday, June 3rd – The Woodland
From Tarrega To Django: The Art Of Guitar

Stéphane Wrembel: guitar
Michael Sheridan: guitar

Django Reinhardt was not only perhaps the greatest master of Jazz guitar who ever lived, he was also an accomplished composer and classical musician. Classical guitar is totally embedded in his playing. Together Stephane and Michael will present a repertoire including classical guitar pieces by Tarrega, Sor, Albeniz, Sanlucar as well as a collection of Reinhardt’s compositions from Django L’mpressioniste. The concert will end with the traditional Django Gypsy Swing and French Musette repertoire. Be prepared for a journey through the true soul of the guitar!

Thursday, June 4th – The Woodland
CD Release Show, The Django Experiment VI
The Django Experiment

Stéphane Wrembel: guitar
Thor Jensen: guitar
Daisy Castro: violin
Nick Driscoll: saxophone-clarinet
Ari Folman-Cohen: bass
Nick Anderson: drums

The band will present their new CD, The Django Experiment VI in its entirety.!

Thursday, June 5th – The Woodland
Django New Orleans

Stéphane Wrembel: guitar
Thor Jensen: guitar
Nick Driscoll: saxophone-clarinet
Joe Correia: tuba
Scott Kettner: drums
David Langlois: washboard
TBD: trumpet/vocals

This is a very unique and special project. New Orleans meet Django and the Gypsies! The traditional sounds of our beloved New Orleans will cross paths with the voices of the guitars. The band will perform traditional New Orleans songs with the Reinhardt touch, and traditional Gypsy songs with the New Orleans touch. From swing to second lines, be prepared for a true NOLAexperience!

FOR TICKETS
https://www.mt.cm/django-gogo-2021-music-festival

In light of Covid 19, strict safety protocols will be in place and are posted at thewoodlandnj.com. For more information call 973-843-7157.

 

COVID19 Guidelines

The Township of Maplewood understands that these changes and new rules may be difficult at first, however they are intended to mitigate contact between people in township-owned buildings to lower the spread of Covid-19. The Township of Maplewood cannot guarantee that individuals will not be exposed to COVID-19 while in township buildings, however, if we work together, we can offer performances, classes and events that are as safe as possible, and socially distanced.

  • Doors on both sides of the venue will be open for better ventilation, please make sure you were layers and weather appropriate clothes.
  • All patrons and guests over the age of 2 must wear masks for the entire time that they are in the WOODLAND, including during the performance, class or event unless it is not medically feasible to do so.  The mask must cover the mouth and nose. Patrons, participants and guests refusing to wear a mask will not be permitted to attend the performance, class or event and will not be eligible to receive a refund or exchange of ticket(s).
  • Mask can be removed while sitting on your chair/table.
  • Please do not attend a performance, class or event if you are an "at-risk" individual:

·         exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, or

·         have been in contact with someone with symptoms within the past 14 days, or

·         traveled from an area with a travel advisory due to high COVID transmission rates

  • If you choose to attend a performance, class or event, then you are assuming all risks related to being exposed to COVID-19, and Woodland Management and The Township of Maplewood will not be held responsible.
  •   All patrons must have their tickets printed or available on their phone.
  •   All patrons, participants and guests must use the sanitizing station at the Woodland door entrance before they enter the room.
  •  All patrons will be escorted to their seats and will be encouraged to stay in their designated areas with the exception of departing the building or using the bathroom.
  •  Individuals and households who purchase or reserve tickets together may be seated together, however they must maintain six feet distance from all other groups or individuals in all directions.
  • All patrons must adhere to social distancing while attending a performance, class or event. Floor decals will indicate where you can stand. Patrons not adhering to the social distancing guidelines will not be permitted to attend the performance, class or event and may be asked to leave the venue.
  •  All patrons, participants and guests must adhere to directions given by Woodland management and Maplewood Township Staff while inside the venue or on the grounds of The Woodland.
  • Most events will be limited to a maximum of 90 minutes without intermission or opportunity to mingle for performance events.
  • Food and beverage will only be permitted while sitting down on assigned seats/tables.
  • All guidelines and rules are subject to change, and new rules may be added as instructed by guidelines and directives from the Maplewood Health Division as well as the Governor of New Jersey.

Seating and Emergency Exits

o   As of 4/3/21 the State of New Jersey is allowing performing arts venues to have a 35% capacity or 150, whichever is the lesser. With a total capacity of 352, the Great Hall can seat 125 people.

o   The Township of Maplewood must provide accessible seating within the reduced capacity limitation. At a minimum we will provide 4 accessible seating areas that are wheelchair assessible as well as an additional entrance access for ADA compliance.