Wednesday, October 26, 2011



MusikNOW Concerts at An die Musik LIVE!
A Classical, Jazz & World Music Concert Venue
409 N. Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21201

Mark Edwards, classical guitar
WHEN: *Friday, October 28, 8 PM
$10 general / $5 students with I.D.

Presenting works by Joaquin Turina, Domenico Scarlatti, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Johann Kaspar Mertz, Sergio Assad, Mauro Giulian, and Roland Dyens

In 2009, Mark joined the Maryland State Arts Council Touring Artist Roster, a program which offers concert presenters funding to showcase Maryland artists. In addition to winning many competition prizes, Mark has been featured on six recordings. He recently earned a Master of Music in Guitar Performance and Guitar Pedagogy from the Peabody Institute of Music, studying with a full scholarship with Guitar Department Chair, Julian Gray.

Misto di Voci Ensemble
Saturday, October 29, 2 PM
TICKETS: $12/$5 students

Paula Hickey, clarinet; David Yarbrough, violin; Daniel Lau, piano

Translated as “mixed voices” from Italian, Misto di Voci describes the complimentary timbres of the ensemble. Three seasoned musicians, all graduates of the Peabody Conservatory of Music, share the goal of presenting this rich genre of music. Part of their mission is to perform for musically underserved communities and educational institutions. The Misto di Voci Ensemble enjoys interacting with audiences by discussing the music performed.

Alon Nechushtan Trio
WHEN: Saturday, October 29, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS: $12 / $10 students

Alon Nechushtan, piano; Junior Terry, bass; Franco Pinna, drums

For his first solo recording, Alon is surrounded by one of the few rhythm sections able to immerse themselves and meander through his original compositions, inspired sometimes by Mendelssohn, sometimes Thelonius Monk or Keith Jarrett. They make it all seem easy and fun, in a recording you can dig into for a long time.

WHEN: Sunday, October 30, 2 PM
Student Recitals

Select piano, violin and cello students of teachers of The Baltimore Music Teachers Association perform music from the repertoire of western art music.

Benny Russell Trio
Sunday, October 30, 5 & 7 PM

Benny Russell, saxophone; Greg Hatza, Hammond B-3 Organ; Robert Shahid, drums

Russell has had an illustrious career as a performer, composer and educator. In 2005, he was commissioned to write a Jazz score for Zora Neale Hurson’s play Cold Keener. In 2004, Russell was hired to chair the Jazz department at the Maryland Conservatory of Music. Already he has produced a successful Count Basie 100th Birthday Celebration that featured the legendary Frank Foster and Grammy award winners Antonio Hart and Mark Gross. Presently, he is signed to Arabesque Records and is working on his second release entitled Miracles which features James Spaulding, Cecil Bridgewater and many other luminaries.

A native of Reading, Pennsylvania, Greg Hatza's musical instincts came to him as early and as naturally as the ability to walk, and he was picking out blues and boogie woogie tunes on the piano around age four before starting formal lessons shortly thereafter. The Hammond B-3 became his life's obsession as a teenager, when a friend turned him on to records by Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Ray Charles and Johnny Hammond Smith. His first professional gig on the instrument came when he was 16, with the Frankie Scott Trio, where he played around small towns in central Pennsylvania

WHEN: Monday, October 31, 7:30-9 PM

Adam Corson, sax; Jon Guo, bass; Kevin Clark, guitar; Byung Kang, drums

Join us for an evening of great music by promising artists in our first floor gallery.
Tickets: $5

*Denotes a post-concert wine reception

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