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Friday, September 15 // 7:00pm

Owlsong Productions Presents Fiesta Owlsong

$30.00 General Admission
$25.00 Student & Under 25

Fiesta Owlsong
Ana María Ruimonte, singer
Alan Lewine, jazz bassist/composer/arranger

 

As part of the 2017 Fringe Festival, please join FIESTA OWLSONG, featuring singer Ana María Ruimonte and jazz bassist/composer/arranger Alan Lewine and guests as they perform Roses for Lecuona, songs of Cuba’s Ernesto Lecuona with special guest Huberal Herrera from Havana, and Jazzes for Lecuona, songs that are straight ahead and Cuban-influenced.  Bilingual. Duration of entire concert is 120 minutes plus a 15 minute intermission.

 

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit the Fringe Festival website or owlsong.com.

 

 

 


Saturday, September 16 // 8:00 pm

Ars Nova Workshop Presents the Tom Rainey Trio

$20 General Admission
$16 PAA Members (Door Sales Only)

Tom Rainey Trio

Tom Rainey, drums

Mary Halvorson, el. guitar

Ingrid Laubrock, saxophones

     Ars Nova Workshop is pleased to present the return of the Tom Rainey Trio, led by the in-demand drummer and featuring two of the leading voices in modern jazz, guitarist Mary Halvorson and saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock.

     Originally from California, Rainey has played with most of the heavyweights of the contemporary jazz scene since moving to New York,  including Mark Helias, Kris Davis, Tim Berne and Tony Malaby. For his own trio – based on the concept of equality – he has chosen two strong female musicians: Ingrid Laubrock is a saxophonist who plays with an extraordinary sensitivity for structure and form, fusing intellect and poetry in her refined improvisations, while Mary Halvorson is one of the most sought after jazz guitarists of her generation. She has developed a highly individual style and sound and surprises the listener with astonishing effects. As an ensemble they play a refreshingly new and unsentimental music: "A concise lecture on the aesthetics of collective sound shaping," as one critic said.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please see the ANW website.


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