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Music @ Brentwood Library on Sundays, November 2008

The Islip Arts Council in conjunction with the Brentwood Public Library proudly presents

NOVEMBER MUSIC

at Brentwood Public Library

Sundays in November at 2:00 PM

The Islip Arts Council is proud to present the November Music Series at the Brentwood Public Library at 2nd Avenue and 4th Street in Brentwood , beginning on Sunday, November 16th at 2:00 PM.  Seating is limited, and is on a first-come basis. The Library is handicapped accessible, and the Library’s phone number is 631-273-7883. And – of course – in the tradition of the Islip Arts Council, these wonderful concerts will be free to the public, are appropriate for all ages, and are handicapped accessible.

Sunday, November 16th Monét

Pop, R&B and Jazz. Monét’s vibe and sound is warm and inviting, composed of cool flute work, catchy melodies atop head-noddin’ grooves and thoughtful lyrics capped by a voice with lovely tone and easygoing flow. This up-and-coming performer will be accompanied by some of the finest jazz musicians around.

Sunday, November 23rd Mambo Loco

Mambo Loco can be found anywhere from summertime dance hot spots to major cultural festivals and events to the venerable Stephen Talkhouse and beyond. Together for five years, they are rapidly becoming known all over the tri-state area for their fiery Latin rhythms, spicy Salsa and unabashed affection for the torrid Tango.

Sunday, November 30th – Ahmad Ali & Friends

Pop, R&B and Jazz with some of Long Island ’s coolest musicians. Raised in a diverse community on Long Island , Ahmad was exposed to a wide variety of Soul and Jazz at home. The desire to play an instrument started young; many of his neighbors were Hispanic, and he spent many a beautiful afternoon jamming with them in their yards.


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