Wednesday, December 26, 2012

CELEBRATE KWANZAA @ AN DIE MUSIK THIS WEEKEND

 

An die Musik LIVE!
A Classical, Jazz & World Music Concert Venue
409 N Charles Street, Baltimore MD  21201
www.andiemusiklive.com
410.385.2638

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Celebrate Kwanzaa with Warren Wolf and Christian McBride & Friends

Get your tickets now to celebrate Kwanzaa with Warren Wolf and Christian McBride & Friends.  Act fast— they have only 75 seats per show. Don't miss the opportunity to see these world class artists up close in our cozy venue!

Concert tickets make great gifts, particularly when combined with dinner with one of our restaurant discount partners.  Please visit our web site www.andiemusiklive.com for more concert details, parking and restaurant discount voucher info.

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Celebrate Kwanzaa with Warren Wolf and Christian McBride & Friends

WHEN: Friday, December 28, 8 & 9:30 PM & Saturday, December 29, 8 & 9:30 PM
WHERE: An Die Musik, 409 N. Charles St., Baltimore
TICKETS:
$25/$10 students (current full-time student with valid ID)

  • Warren Wolf, vibes/marimba
  • Allyn Johnson, piano
  • Billy Williams, drums
  • SPECIAL GUEST Christian McBride, bass

Returning for the third year to present this very special event!

Bassist extraordinaire, composer, arranger, educator, curator and administrator, Christian McBride, has been one of the most important and most omnipresent figures in the jazz world for 20 years. Sometimes hard to believe, considering this man is not yet 40.  His new CD, “The Good Feeling: The Christian McBride Big Band” is a 2012 Grammy Winner!

Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist who lives in Baltimore. He has recorded two CDs as leader.

Baltimore’s Best Jazz Venue 2005—Baltimore Magazine

Baltimore’s Best Jazz Space 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011—Baltimore City Paper

DISCOUNT PARKING
Park at the Franklin Street Garage (at the corner of Charles & Franklin Streets) for just $2 on evenings and weekends. You must pick up a voucher at An die Musik in order to receive the discounted rate.

RESTAURANT DISCOUNTS
An die Musik has partnered with the following restaurants to offer discounts on the days you attend An die Musik LIVE! concerts. Please contact the restaurants directly for reservations. Pick up your discount voucher at An die Musik to present at restaurant. Voucher must be presented at time of meal purchase.

  • Banthai (Thai)
    340 N. Charles St.
    (410) 727-7971
    20% off total bill
    (closed Sundays)
  • Cazbar (Mediterranean)
    316 N. Charles St.
    (410) 528-1222
    20% off total bill
  • Lumbini (Nepalese and Indian)
    322 N. Charles St.
    Baltimore, MD 21201
    (410) 244-5556
    10% off the entire dinner
  • Maisy's (Baltimorecentric)
    313 N. Charles St.
    (443) 220-0150
    10% off total bill
  • Sascha's 527 Cafe (American)
    527 N. Charles St.
    (410) 539-8880
    10% off total bill
    (closed Sundays)
  • Sotto Sopra (Italian)
    405 N. Charles St.
    (410) 625-0534
    20% off total bill, except Opera Nights
  • Tugs Restaurant (American)
    (at the Tremont Plaza Hotel)
    222 St. Paul Place
    (410) 244-7300
    10% off total bill
  • Zhongshan Restaurant (Chinese)
    323 Park Avenue
    (410) 223-1881
    10% off total bill

Warren Wolf
Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist who lives in Baltimore. Since a very young age, Warren has been playing many different instruments which include the vibraphone/marimba ,drumset/percussion, and the piano/keyboards. As a youth, Warren attended the Peabody Preparatory of The John Hopkins Institute in Baltimore, where he studied with former Baltimore Symphony Member Leo LePage.  While at Peabody, Warren played many popular styles of music which included Classical,Jazz, and Ragtime. Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist who lives in Baltimore, MD. 

After graduating from The Baltimore School for the Arts in the spring of 1997, Warren headed north and enrolled at Berklee College of Music. At Berklee, Warren studied with Caribbean Jazz Project Vibist Dave Samuels.  While he studied at Berklee, he began to experiment with many different music styles, outside of jazz and classical, such as hip-hop, r&b, drum-n-bass, funk, rock, gospel, world music, Latin and many others.

During his time at Berklee,Warren had the opportunity to play at the legendary jazz club Wally’s Café to help “get his foot in the door“. After years of training at Berklee and sitting in with musicians at Wally’s, Warren landed the weekend gig at the club for the next three years………but playing drums, not the vibraphone. Warren co-led a quintet with trumpeter Jason Palmer at Wally’s.

Being at Berklee Warren had the chance to play and record with many of the world’s best musicians. Some musicians include Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Nicholas Payton, Mulgrew Miller, Lewis Nash, Christian McBride,Terri-Lyne Carrington, Bobby Watson, Roy Haynes, Danilo Perez and many others.