Music Around Town

Chamba Music

When: Thu., Oct. 29, 5 p.m. 2015

Last year, bassist Ed Sotelo and flautist Kathryn Metz, an ethnomusicologist who works at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, started playing Brazilian music as Bossa Novella. “Kathryn and I wanted to play Latin American music from different countries,” says Sotelo, who describes himself as a “dude whose parents are from Argentina but was born at Metro.” The band has since expanded to include percussionist Geoffrey Peterson and violinist and mandolin player Jeff Schuler. Rechristened Chamba Music, the group played a few shows last summer on the patio at Luxe. Today's show is part of a regular happy hour residency. “We’re concentrating on Brazilian music right now,” says Sotelo. “Some Brazilian tunes have made it into the jazz canon. That’s an easier point for us to start. Some of the the Brazilian stuff is easier to handle if you’ve ever heard any jazz. I grew up listening to traditional Argentine music, but I didn’t learn how to play it.” (Niesel)

Price: Free

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