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Teada Sat Nov 24th

The Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay presents the Irish band Teada on Saturday, November 24, 2012 at 7:30pm at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz, CA. Appearing at major music festivals around the world, Teada has now grown to a six-member band with the recent addition of legendary singer and button accordion player Seamus Begley from West Cork. Oisin Mac Diarmada is the founder of Teada, and is an All-Ireland fiddle champion. Other members of the group include Tristan Rosenstock on bodhran (Irish drum), Paul Finn on button accordion, Damien Stenson on flute and whistle, and Sean Mc Elwain on bouzouki and guitar. They’re firmly based in the traditional music of Ireland, but also leave room for creative spontaneity in their energetic performances.

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Thanks For Coming…

Hundreds of music-hungry people braved the rainy weather to attend the KZSC Ultimate Music Sale. Whether you found that LP you’d been trying to find for ten years, bought a bag of CDs for five bucks or just walked to get out of the rain and eat free candy, we’re glad you came. Money raised from this annual event goes towards helping KZSC operate, so it’s all good. More info and pictures from The Ultimate Music Sale are on our Facebook Page and if you missed the fun you’ll be happy to know that The Great 88 is already planning for next year’s event in November 2013.

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KZSC Music Sale Today

Here’s a peek at what the annual KZSC Ultimate Music Sale looks like. Vendors from all over the Bay Area will be selling everything from rare collectibles to bargain-priced vinyl and CDs. And yes, the legend lives on: The Great 88 will have a separate set of tables with no item over 25 cents. If you’re a music collector, the Ultimate Music Sale is…well, the ultimate. A family-friendly Santa Cruz tradition for over a decade, the KZSC Music Sale offers FREE admission and FREE parking at Merrill College.

Get here early for best selection. The double doors open at 10 a.m. TODAY. Follow the signs and balloons to the Crown/Merrill Cultural Center on the UCSC campus. More info and pictures on our Facebook Page.

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Ultimate Music Sale November 17th

What could be better than being surrounded by music and the passionate fanatics drawn to it? Other than winning the Lottery, not much. If you’re a record collector or just like people watching, the annual KZSC Ultimate Music Sale should be your destination Saturday November 17th. Dozens of music vendors will be selling everything from rare collectibles to bargain-priced vinyl and CDs. And yes, back by popular demand, The Great 88 will have a separate titanic table with no item over 25 cents. Fun for the whole family and a Santa Cruz tradition in November, the Ultimate Music Sale is…well, the ultimate. FREE admission; FREE parking. Get there early for best selection. The double doors open at 10 AM Saturday, November 17th. Follow the signs and balloons to the Crown/Merrill Cultural Center on the UCSC campus. More info and pictures on our Facebook Page.

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KZSC’s Annual Music Sale Nov. 17th

If you haven’t been to one of these before and you LOVE music, plan to join the crowd Saturday, November 17th for KZSC’s Annual Ultimate Music Sale. Thousands of CDs & LPs will be available for purchase from bunches of independent vendors in one big room. How big? It’s formally the dining hall at UCSC’s Merrill College. And, as always, KZSC will have its own special 25-cent table. That’s right: CDs or LPs for just a quarter (or four for a dollar). No doubt there’s something for any music hound no matter what your tastes are. P.S. -this is a fun fundraiser for KZSC. Doors open Saturday, November 17th at 10 AM. Get here early for best selection.

If you’re interested in renting table space as a vendor, call Charlie at 831-454-8807 or email us. More info about KZSC’s Annual Ultimate Music Sale can be found on our Facebook Page.

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Bellydance Nov. 8th

Helene presents a special show of live music by the legendary Light Rain band, playing for performances by leading dance mentors Sese Geddes and Ma Shuqa Mira Murjan, plus the winners of The Rising Stars of Belllydance 2012 who will receive their awards at the beginning of the show. Light Rain have been playing for bellydancers since the 1960’s and have inspired performances by both the San Francisco and Joffrey Ballet who used their music in the Robert Altman movie “The Company”. Helene is director of Bellydance International and has been teaching, performing and promoting bellydance and Middle Eastern music for over 25 years. She was a recipient of The Gail Rich Award. The evening of bellydance takes place at Don Quixote’s International Music Hall in Felton Thursday, November 8th. Music, awards and performances begin at 7:30 pm.