Gypsy Strings Setlist Suffused with Tradition

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Gypsy Strings Setlist Suffused with Tradition

Drawing on the Romani romance and improvisatory instrumental traditions, as well as on genres such as Gypsy jazz, Romani band Gypsy Strings performed at the Cat in the Cream Monday night. The band — headlined by violinist George Batyi and featuring Alex Udvary on cimbalom, Billy Rose on guitar, and Anthony Rose on double bass — has toured extensively across the United States. The band was hosted at Oberlin by the Russian and East European Studies course, Roma, “Gypsies,” Travelers.

Drawing on the Romani romance and improvisatory instrumental traditions, as well as on genres such as Gypsy jazz, Romani band Gypsy Strings performed at the Cat in the Cream Monday night. The band — headlined by violinist George Batyi and featuring Alex Udvary on cimbalom, Billy Rose on guitar, and Anthony Rose on double bass — has toured extensively across the United States. The band was hosted at Oberlin by the Russian and East European Studies course, Roma, “Gypsies,” Travelers.

Photo by Daniel Firebanks, Staff Photographer

Drawing on the Romani romance and improvisatory instrumental traditions, as well as on genres such as Gypsy jazz, Romani band Gypsy Strings performed at the Cat in the Cream Monday night. The band — headlined by violinist George Batyi and featuring Alex Udvary on cimbalom, Billy Rose on guitar, and Anthony Rose on double bass — has toured extensively across the United States. The band was hosted at Oberlin by the Russian and East European Studies course, Roma, “Gypsies,” Travelers.

Photo by Daniel Firebanks, Staff Photographer

Photo by Daniel Firebanks, Staff Photographer

Drawing on the Romani romance and improvisatory instrumental traditions, as well as on genres such as Gypsy jazz, Romani band Gypsy Strings performed at the Cat in the Cream Monday night. The band — headlined by violinist George Batyi and featuring Alex Udvary on cimbalom, Billy Rose on guitar, and Anthony Rose on double bass — has toured extensively across the United States. The band was hosted at Oberlin by the Russian and East European Studies course, Roma, “Gypsies,” Travelers.

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