Friday, June 22, 2012



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

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WHEN: Monday, June 25, 7:30 PM

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

DC Djangofolies Festival:  Mary Alouette
WHEN: June
26 – Tuesday, 8 PM

A gypsy jazz vocalist with a penchant for beautiful music and dangerous rhythm. The music of Django Reinhardt, opera, and electronic music segue into gypsy jazz in original compositions.

Art of Trio
WHEN: June
28 – Thursday, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS: $10 per set/$15 both sets

James Brandon Lewis, tenor; Maryclare Brzytwa, flute/vocals; Kevin Robinson, baritone sax

The experimental music trio of Maryclare Brzytwa, James Brandon Lewis and Kevin Robinson transverse through the diverse lenses of their varied musical backgrounds. Rhythmic grooves and microtonal clashing emerge from improvisational approaches rooted in jazz, classical and electronic music as well as spontaneous composition and call and response.

Sunna Gunnlaugs Trio
WHEN: June
29 – Friday, 8 PM
TICKETS: $15/$10 students

Sunna Gunnlaugs, piano; Þorgrímur Jónsson, bass; Scott McLemore, drum

Long Pair Bond the new trio album by Icelandic pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs, marks her move home after spending over a decade in Brooklyn playing mostly in quartets with saxophonists like Tony Malaby, Loren Stillman or Ohad Talmor.

Born in Iceland 1970, Sunna Gunnlaugs came to the United States to study jazz at William Paterson College in New Jersey in 1993 and upon graduation moved to Brooklyn, NY where she became a facet of the original jazz scene. She has previously released six CDs and has toured extensively throughout the US, Canada, Europe and Japan.

Singer-Songwriter & Guitarist Peter Maybarduk
Baltimore Debut
WHEN: June
30 – Saturday, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS: $15/$10 students

Eloquent singer-songwriter and guitarist Peter Maybarduk has circled the globe many times in his work as a human rights attorney. In each locale, he breathes in rich experiences, listening deeply to the music played and stories told.

He is a rare pop lyricist, writing about complex situations and challenges from first hand experience. His lyrics convey the eye of an artist, the soul of a peacekeeper and the questioning nature of a keen intellect. A storyteller akin to Alejandro Escovedo, his words carry the honesty and power reminiscent of Eddie Vedder—and one imagines his star steadily rising.

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