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Gypsy Musical Group

booking highlights

   Dynamic Gypsy Group fusing jazz, pop, blues, swing, and vibrant rhythms

    Currently a Guinness World Record Holder

   High-energy band known for performances at notable venues nationwide

   Available for worldwide bookings, based in Boston

   "Rock stars with acoustic guitars" vibes

   Django Reinhardt-inspired musical feats

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Ignite the spirit of your event by choosing to hire Gypsy Musical Group. This high-octane ensemble brings the vibrant energy of gypsy music to the forefront of any gathering. We introduce the essence of rhythmic dynamism and soulful melodies that resonate with audiences across every venue. From prestigious jazz clubs to buzzing festival stages, this Gypsy Band for event celebrations is a convergence of flair and tradition, guaranteed to leave an indelible mark on your guests.

Renowned for their electric presence as much as their acoustic prowess, this group has been likened to 'rock stars with acoustic guitars.' They are the living embodiment of passionate performance. They are renowned for interpreting the legendary Django Reinhardt's music and their explosive original compositions. When you book Gypsy musicians with us, you don't just get a performance; you invite a cultural phenomenon that has wowed audiences in over 22 states and alongside music titans.

Gypsy music transcends mere entertainment—an experience, a lifestyle, and a joyous celebration of life's intricate melodies. Our Gypsy Band for event festivities stitches together a tapestry of original vocal and instrumental pieces fused with the occasional Django Reinhardt classic and playful takes on famous tunes.

Elevate the ambiance of art centers, colleges, concerts, and private parties with the undeniable charm and infectious grooves of our Gypsy Musical Group. Each member is a maestro, from lightning-fast violin solos to retro vocals and smooth jazz guitar, complemented by rhythms from around the globe that will compel every guest to the dance floor.

With us, hiring a Gypsy Musical Group means inviting a legacy of music that spans generations and geographies. Don't miss the opportunity to book this fusion of soul-stirring nostalgia and contemporary zest—contact your entertainment specialist today and let your occasion shine with the unforgettable allure of gypsy music.

  • The band has performed at hundreds of venues including theaters, festivals, centers for the arts, and society gigs. Notable clients/performances include:
  • International Django Festival (Washington State)
  • International Django Festival (Mill Valley, CA)
  • Throckmorton Theatre
  • Green Mill Jazz Club (Chicago, IL)
  • Blue Bird Cafe (Nashville, TN)
  • South Miami-Dade Center for the Arts
  • The Blue Llama
  • The Blue Whisp
  • Cliff Bells
  • Performances in Rome, It
  • Time Out New York (NYC)
  • Les Paul 100th Anniversary Concert Series
  • Rhythm and Roots Festival (Multiple performances)
  • Old Town School of Folk
  • Triple Door (Seatle, WA)

The compositions and arrangements are creative. They perform with enormous heart and soul and have an original groove that is definitely worth checking out.”

Dr. Lonnie Smith

“Best Bet for Weekend Entertainment”

The Boston Globe

“great singing, fantastic guitar and violin work, with high energy originals that leave the crowd crazy. An awesome band.”

David Bromberg

Song for Vrba is both a moving and exhilarating Feldman original that celebrates the story of Rudolph Vrba. The track is nothing less than spellbinding.

Northern Sky Magazine, UK

"sonic pleasures. More than once, vocalist-guitarist brought the large crowd to near silence through the warmth and openness of his singing."

Chicago Tribune

Irresistible, usually driven by the surging rhythm guitarist, hit one irresistible rhythmic groove after another, “hot” was the best applicable adjective.

LA Times