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Stephane Wrembel: In Studio

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Stephane Wrembel live on Soundcheck (Amy Pearl/WNYC)

French-born gypsy jazz guitarist Stephane Wrembel has come a long way from the Roma campsites where he honed his skills. Earlier this year, he performed his original theme to the hit Woody Allen film “Midnight in Paris” at the Academy Awards. The now New Jersey-based guitarist joins us with his band to play songs from his upcoming album, called “Origins.”

Guests:

Stephane Wrembel

Comments [10]

NHopps

Just returned from Chicago--first time The Green Mill and first time Stephane Wrembel. WHAT AN EVENING. Thank you for such beautiful music!!!

Feb. 21 2013 11:34 AM
bill brandenburg from Iselin NJ

He's in Woodbridge NJ on Thursday April 26th. See www.WoodbridgeArtsNJ.org for details

Apr. 22 2012 12:04 AM
Mark from Brooklyn

Fantastic. He and everyone in that band are amazing people and musicians.

Apr. 20 2012 08:20 PM
caron from brooklyn

as a dancer, i find my feet moving instantly...totally moving from the heart.
can't wait to see him perform for the 2nd time tomorrow...sooo excited!!

Apr. 13 2012 09:45 AM
Pam Frost

Wonderful

Apr. 11 2012 10:53 PM
Heidi from New york

he is playing at Symphony Space tomorrow, April 12. yeah!

Apr. 11 2012 03:00 PM
Debbie from Islip, NY

His music is so moving and introspective; so passionate and full of life. They pack a big sound punch into a song. Love them.

Apr. 11 2012 02:51 PM
Wendy from Paramus

Love this music!

Apr. 11 2012 02:43 PM
Isabelle

Discovered Stephane Wrembel at a stellar concert at the Egg in Albany a couple of month ago.
Fabuleux!

Apr. 11 2012 02:40 PM
Stefanie

I can't wait! Stephane Wrembel and his band are incredible!

Apr. 11 2012 06:41 AM

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