Mandolin Virtuoso Returns to Quinn’s

Will perform with band there on Sept. 4

The virtuoso double-neck mandolinist Snehasish Mozumder and his ensemble SOM (Sound of Mandolin) returns to Quinn’s in Beacon for a performance at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 4.

Snehasish Mozumder and Sound of Mandolin (photo provided) 

Snehasish Mozumder and Sound of Mandolin (photo provided)

Mozumder is among the few established musicians in India who has mastered the art of playing mandolin and blended the style of Hindustani Indian classical music with jazz and rock. In July he was a featured artist at the first New York International Mandolin Festival.

SOM features Mozumder on a custom-built double-neck mandolin, Nick Gianni on saxophones and flutes, Michael Gam on bass and Vin Scialla on drums. There is no charge but a donation of $10 is requested for the musicians. Quinn’s is located at 330 Main St.


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