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ARTIST PROFILES

The Adlib Steelband (Trinidadian)

Peter Apaza and Peru Andino (Peruvian)

Chinese Cultural Association of Long Island (CCALI) (Chinese)

Luis Cordero y Los Amigos del Amargue
(Dominican)

Shrimathi Gayatri Devi
(South Asian Indian)

Elder Statesmen
(African American)

Berta Gauto & Panambi Verá
(Paraguayan)

Highlander Pipe Band (Scottish)

Joan Hodges (African American)

Reem Hussein (Egyptian Muslim)

The Ink Spots (African American)

Pete Kelly (Irish)

Kenhora (Jewish)

Sejal Kukadia (South Asian Indian)

Debbie Lynch (Irish)

Ina McNeil (Native American)

Rahel Musleah (Indian Jewish)

Mark Pezzano (Italian)

Satya Pradeep (Indian)

Rathi Raja (South Asian Indian)

Rohini Ramanathan (South Asian Indian)

Rancho Juventude de Portugal (Portuguese)

Evelyn Pike Rubin (Jewish)

Peter Sokolow & Kapelye (Jewish)

Sopasinas Hellenic Dance Academy (Greek)

Malini Srinivasan (South Asian Indian)

Steel Sensations (Trinidadian)

Achyut Tope (South Asian Indian)

Theo Torres (Peruvian)

Kevin Westley (Irish)

The Workmen’s Circle (Jewish)

Fitz Worrell (Trinidadian)

Young Indian Culture Group (South Asian Indian)

 

 

 

 

 

Ethnic Artists

Long Island is home to many different ethnic groups, including both recent immigrants and established communities. Through ongoing fieldwork and oral interviews, Long Island Traditions documents musicians and craftspeople who continue to serve important functions within their communities. Working with these master artists, Long Island Traditions develops educational programs for school and general audiences.

Most of the artists listed here are available for public programs. To arrange an event, please call us at (516) 767-8803 or e-mail us at info@longislandtraditions.org.

Don’t forget to visit our Events page for information on upcoming programs.

 

 

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