Oceanside CA– 333 Pacific Restaurant has partnered with Oceanside Museum of Art to present a dynamic music concert series featuring the region’s top musicians, paired with gourmet appetizers, desserts and specialty wines. Thursday, September 18, 2014, is the date for the next 333’s Music at the Museum when you can experience the world gypsy fusion violin sounds of Bviolin and Mystic Groove Ensemble. Featuring composer and violinist Bahman Sarram and the exotic multi-talented Mystic Groove Ensemble, guests will enjoy a unique take on world music with a fusion violin twist, including performances by fusion cabaret/belly dancer Renelle Roxy. The concert will present a night of original compositions along with world dance music from Sarram’s two albums How This Weighs On Me and Stretch Reach as well as taking on some familiar tunes.
“Bahman Sarram’s instrumental music is at once exotic, rhythmic, & melodic: The group generates a whirlwind of sounds, taking in Middle Eastern beats, folk, rock and even a little funk & fusion for a unique take on world music”
~~La Jolla Village News~~
Guests will enjoy an open-air cocktail format with plenty of delicious gourmet appetizers, desserts and specialty wines from 333 Pacific Restaurant served throughout the evening. Admission is $20 for OMA members and $30 for nonmembers. Purchase tickets online, call (760) 435-3721, or get your tickets at the museum the night of the event. OMA would like to thank 333 Pacific Restaurant in Oceanside for their generous sponsorship. Seating is limited, reservations are recommended.
Guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy the following three exhibitions during the event: Quilt National, Spitting in the Wind, and Art Auction 2014.
For more information and tickets visit the OMA website [Link]