Some of you may have heard OBI talk about working with Joe Chvala and the Flying Foot Forum on a residency at Carleton College last winter. Over the past few years, Joe has been creating a unique and exciting show based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass (audience participation!).[…]
After over a decade of participation within Orkestar Bez Ime, we announce that Dee Langley is leaving to pursue other endeavors. We wish her well as she begins this new chapter in her musical life.
Hey everyone. This is Scott here, guitarist for OBI, and I figured it was about time that one of us finally posted something regarding our amazing trip to Serbia. We were there for two weeks in July, attending a cultural immersion camp that focused on Romany (“Gypsy”) music and culture.[…]
If you’ve been following us on Facebook, you will have heard that the episode we filmed for MN Original was finally aired in October! We’re quite excited to have had the opportunity to be featured alongside two vibrant fine artists in the Twin Cities arts community. You can check out the[…]
As many of you know, Orkestar Bez Ime won the McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians last year. We decided to apply those funds to study abroad at Amala, a Romany cultural immersion school in Serbia. We’re so thankful to the McKnight Foundation for making a huge dent in the cost[…]
You may have heard us say it—and we’ve certainly heard you agree!—but boy, was it time for a new website. We’re very excited to unleash our brand new design, courtesy of Renaissance Jane (conveniently, Natalie’s design company) and the development team behind Net Acceleration. You’ll find all sorts of new[…]