Date and Time: Saturday June 3, 6:00 PM
Duration: 60 mins, no intermission
Location: The Chapel
General Admission: $25
Children under 18: $12.50
Discounts: Full time students with ID and Seniors, $4 off cover price
Limited early bird tickets available until March 31 from $12.50
If you miss our early bird offerings, take advantage of our Festival Pass and see five shows for $70.00
World music at its best, ViBO Simfani bridges cultures from around the globe by fusing elements of Latin jazz, folk, classical and Brazilian styles such as Bossa Nova and Choro. The end result is romantic, fun and mystical all at once. With the impeccable performance and arrangements of strings, woodwinds, guitar and percussion, ViBO Simfani reinterprets the traditional repertoire with an original sound in the ecclesiastical setting of Fort Mason Center's Chapel venue.
ViBO Simfani is a fusion world music ensemble, blending Brazilian Choro, Cumbia, Latin Jazz, European folk, Asian folk, and original material. Founded by violinist Victor Lin and cellist Pawel Walerowski in 2010, ViBO Simfani recorded their self-titled debut album in 2012, and started to perform regularly for festivals, schools, events, local cafe and restaurants.
The group expanded in the following years, with the joining of clarinetist Brian Lassiter, guitarist Javier Trujillo, percussionist David Laderman and bassist Jordan Brysk. They perform for bigger events in the bay area, like San Francisco International Art Festival, Berkeley World Music Festival, San Bruno Concert in the Park, Colma town picnic, and Daly City’s Light Up Our World. In 2015, ViBO Simfani performed a benefit concert to raise fund for music education for VH1 Save the Music Foundation. The group’s second album, Unfolding, consisting of more solid material and collaborations with other local musicians, was releas