Gabriel Brass Band Plays the Music of New Orleans

. October 31, 2018.
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Don’t miss an opportunity to hear the enthusiastic sounds of the Gabriel Brass Band. This Detroit-based ensemble is known for getting an audience up and dancing. The band honors the rich history of New Orleans, while delivering their own unique sound through arrangements decorated with jazz and funk. This unique concert, at the library, will also have the audience participating in a traditional New Orleans second line.

Saturday, November 3 | 2pm-3pm

Ann Arbor District Library, Downtown | 343 S Fifth Ave
734-327-4200 | aadl.org | Free

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