Roda Trip Heads South

by New Haven Independent

New Haven Independent— With a nod, David Sasso leapt into a cascading melody on the mandocello. Naomi Senzer fell in on flute, taking up the same melody, spinning it, and handing it off to Will Minter on accordion while Joe Murfin laid down a pulsing rhythm on the pandeiro. Together, the quartet with the punny name of Roda Trip on Monday evening brought the driving music of tropical Brazil to the New Haven area’s first snowy night of the year in a performance at Best Video.

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