Wednesday, July 13, 2011

AN DIE MUSIK LIVE! JULY 17-23

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MusikNOW Concerts at An die Musik LIVE!
A Classical, Jazz & World Music Concert Venue
409 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
www.AndieMusikLIVE.com

NEW! You can now buy tickets online through InstantSeats

Sunday, July 17, 5 & 7 PM
National Treasures: Terry Plumeri and Larry Willis with Billy Williams
Presented by Mike Binsky's Jazz Artists Management
TICKETS: $25/$15 students

Bassist Terry Plumeri is an internationally acclaimed multi-platinum and gold record recording artist who has written the music to 57 feature films. His innovative style of bowing jazz solos on the acoustic bass has garnered high praise from critics the world over

 

Monday, July 18, 7:30 PM
PEABODY JAZZ STUDENT ENSEMBLE
Kevin B. Clark, guitar; Colin Rosso, percussion; Jonathan Guo, double bass; Adam Corson, saxophone; Alex Crean, tenor
ADMISSION is $5

Performing in our first floor gallery. 

Thursday, July 21, 8 PM
Ocotrillo
Gabe Hall-Rodrigues, acccordion and vocals; Sean Brogan, bass; Wes Anderson, drums
Tickets: $10

Ocotrillo's program contains a variety of music styles including classic jazz and standards, older styles such as Dixieland or New Orleans jazz as well as music from various parts of Brazil including numbers by Tom Jobim, Gilberto Gil, Luiz Gonzaga and more.

Friday, July 22, 8 PM
International Young Artists Showcase
TICKETS: $10/$5 students

Nurture your appreciation of the classics and renew your hope in Generation Y with a recital performed by outstanding young musicians from The International Music Institute and Festival USA.

IMIF brings accomplished young musicians from all over the world to Maryland for an intense 10-day solo and chamber music experience. Acclaimed faculty and guest artists (including Baltimore’s Jonathan Carney, Brian Ganz, Lura Johnson, Cecylia Barczyk, and Elizabeth Borowsky) assist participants in reaching their personal and musical goals by supporting, nurturing, and showcasing their talent. In addition to first class musical instruction and faculty/guest performances, the IMIF program includes a multitude of inter-disciplinary arts experiences and daily guidance on music entrepreneurship. Former participants have continued on to professional success and credit the IMIF program with having instilled in them the confidence and skills needed to succeed.

The program will include solo and chamber music for violin, viola, cello, and piano. Performers are ages 15-26.The program is family-friendly (Psst! Have a child in your family taking lessons? Bring them as a special “treat” for all their hard work and practicing! What could be more encouraging then seeing young musicians performing at a high caliber?). Meet the musicians after the performance during a light reception.

Saturday, July 23, 8 & 9:30 PM
DAN RYAN Nonet
TICKETS: $10

Jazz guitarist and composer Dan Ryan is quickly establishing himself for his versatility on his instrument and for his creative artistic voice.  He has shared the stage with internationally acclaimed artists such as John Hollenbeck, Gerald Cleaver, Dave Ballou and many others. He has been leader of numerous groups that feature his compositions, including his newest project, adding a string quartet to his already-existing quintet.  The nonet will play his original compositions that, while rooted in the jazz tradition, point to new avenues of artistic expression.