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Modern Maori Quartet: Two Worlds
Soho/Tribeca
81

Modern Maori Quartet: Two Worlds NYC Reviews and Tickets

81%
(27 Reviews)
Positive
96%
Mixed
4%
Negative
0%
Members say
Great singing, Entertaining, Quirky, Thought-provoking, Refreshing

About the Show

This musical piece weaves together four stores full of heart and revelation that unfold the fabric of Maori musical culture, its genealogy and evolution.

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Member Reviews (27)

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77
Entertaining, Personal, Fresh

See it if Really enjoyed this cabaret style show with a loose story thread. These guys were authentic and passionate and just having fun.

Don't see it if Shows with limited staging and story.

75
Quirky, Cultural, Corny, Slow, Harmonic

See it if New Zealand version of a Mariachi band plays & sings sentimental songs, mostly in the Maori language. Good vocals. Cultural exposure.

Don't see it if Each band member plays a character with a cliched backstory. This helps to motivate the songs. However, the banter felt phony.

Critic Reviews (1)

January 15th, 2020

"Seems like a Las Vegas-like lounge act [with] an oleaginous Rat Pack rapport…. Yet, it's a testament to the talent and charisma of the performers, and the beautiful harmonies of their songs, that the chintzy framing of the show doesn't smother its appeal."
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