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Mixing Traditions: The Music of Teslim

New America Media, Audio , Interview with Sandip Roy Posted: Apr 10, 2009

Violinist Kaila Flexer and Gari Hegedus on the oud, make up Teslim an acoustic duo which mixes Jewish, Greek and Turkish influences into their own style. Kaila Flexer talked to Sandip Roy about how she went from playing classical violin to expanding her musical horizon.



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Hear Teslim play tonight, Friday, April 10, 2009 8:00 p.m
First Unitarian Church of Oakland, 685 14th St., Oakland, CA

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