Burnett Thompson, Director of Programming
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HIDDEN MUSIC - THE MUSIC OF SHAHIN - SATURDAY, DEC. 6TH, 2014 AT 7PM|
An evening with Persian-inspired music performed by Rappahannock-based composer and guitarist Shahin Shahida and his ensemble. The performance is interspersed with poetry of Rumi, read by actress Dietlinde Turban Maazel. "Shahin's playing owes as much to his native country Iran as it does to rock and jazz" The Washington Post. BUY TICKETS
U.S. ARMY BLUES|
SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 2014 AT 7 PM.
The premier jazz ensemble of the United States Army brings Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn's arrangement of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker, remarkable for its reimagining of the iconic ballet suite. Filling out the program is Stan Kenton's "A Merry Christmas", including the classic Christmas songs scored for an all brass big band, with mellophoniums (a straight-bell French horn) replacing saxophones. This will be a splendid evening to celebrate the holidays. Free, but reservations are required. RESERVE TICKETS
CiP & JALC PRESENT: MARCUS PRINTUP & KEN PEPLOWSKI WITH THE AMIGOS |
SUNDAY, JAN. 18, 2015 AT 4:00 p.m.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra trumpeter Marcus Printup and world-renowned clarinetist Ken Peplowski present an evening concert addressing a wide range of jazz and it's influences. Anchored by the popular New York City-based roots music collective, The Amigos, this concert will explore the music of Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Duke Ellington and other giants of jazz and American music. This concert is a preview of things to come with the Jazz at Lincoln Center's summer residency at the Castleton Festival. TICKETS
TOM TEASLEY, PERCUSSIONIST|
SUNDAY, FEB 15, 2015 AT 4:00 p.m.
World percussion/multimedia artist Tom Teasley draws on his extensive tours of Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Jerusalem, New Zealand, Samoa and South America. In this solo performance Tom will combine instruments from all over the world ,interchanging instruments and techniques. Ancient instruments and cutting edge electronics allow him to create virtual ensembles. Tom includes excerpts from his multimedia project, "Sounds You Can SEE" combining his compositions with original video art and existing video by Dadaist masters, Viking Eggling, and Hans Richter. TICKETS