Sat. & Sun., Aug. 9 & 10 @ Museum of the Moving Image (specially curated food available both days & Natasha will be in person from 4-5:30PM on Sunday)
NATASHA POGREBINSKY – Bear, Long Island City
The New York Times has called Chef Natasha’s work “bold, delicious, and fiery.”  Born in the Soviet Ukraine, her artist father brought their family to the U.S. as refugees when she was 10.  Her cooking utilizes her Ukrainian and Russian heritage along with a modern gourmet flare she picked up via places like the French Culinary Institute.  You may have caught one of Natasha’s guest chef TV appearances on shows like NBC’s The Chopping Block.




Saturday, Aug. 9th (4 & 6:45PM) at Museum of the Moving Image
IONA SCOTTISH SESSION PLAYERS –Traditional/Psychedelic Scottish Fusion
Amy Beshara fiddle, Max Carmichael guitar and Andrew Forbes – border pipes (small bagpipes)
Drawing heavily from the pipes and fiddle repertoire of Scotland, Shetland and the Hebrides, Cape Breton Island and Donegal (along w/modern tunes), Iona is the only Scottish-focused traditional music session that happens regularly, in Brooklyn.

Sunday, Aug. 10th (4:15PM) at Museum of the Moving Image
HYDRA – Experimental Folk Harmonies
Featuring Sarah Small, lead actress from “Butter on the Latch”!
Hydra is one group, consisting of three women (Yula Be’eri, Rima Fand, Sarah Small), singing in even more tongues (Alabanian, Macedonian, Spanish, English, HydraGibberish).  They wear their whitest dresses, and bask in dark, thick harmony, learning new linguistic and locomotive tricks each day.

Sunday, Aug. 10th (7:30PM) at Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm L.I.C.
RANA SANTACRUZ – Mariachi World Pop
With a passel of influences under his belt, Mexico City native, Rana Santacruz, makes music for an ever-changing America.  Formerly touting Mexican punk, Santacruz has steered toward a lucid, mature world pop that incorporates folk and neo-classical flare with violin, cello, sax and jaw harp as well as traditional Mexican strings and brass.