Bonnie will be playing with fellow “Pathways to Jazz” recipient Scott Martin, who just released his own CD “Alone at Midnight”, soulful Leo Arguello on bass, and Braxton Kahn on drums. They’ll be playing standards, originals, arrangements, a diverse assortment of music.
Masterful Musicians Scott Martin and his jazz trio will be opening the new Arts Hub concert series in Lafayette (formerly Art Underground in Louisville) this Sat June 16, performance from 7-8:30 pm with reception before. With Gonzalo Teppa,
Russ Meissner and Marylynn Gillespie
Info at http://artunder.org/e…/scott-martin-trio-at-vibe-at-the-hub/
Guaranteed Fun! Free with the only drama to be found on the stage. Masterful Musicians’ Roger Louis Harmon will support this fantastic ensemble. A great fusion of Flamenco and Rock. Uniquely talented! Meet us at Evergreen Lake 5 – 9 p,m,
Tin Brother Quartet had a terrific event.. They played the opening at Red Rocks for the Grammy award winning rock group, OneRepublic. (One Republic has had several hits but the best known might be “Counting Stars’). There were about 7,000 in the audience at Red Rocks. Tin Brother played as everyone came into the amphitheater. It was quite an honor to be selected. Masterful Musicians is so proud of this ensemble!
NPR Weekend Edition w/Scott Simon
The fine folks at NPR caught word of the Masterful Musicians, Chad Lawson’s new release and wanted to share it. Chad could not have been more grateful to have had the time with Scott Simon! They talked about the state of the piano in 2018 and how Chad is trying to engage more listeners into this beloved instrument; the piano. Click here to listen to the broadcast – LINK
A treat for Mother’s Day weekend! Masterful Musicians Elisa Wicks & Pamela Chaddon and crew will help you travel to 17th century Italy on Mother’s Day weekend without leaving Colorado Springs!Parish House Baroque will present stunning Italian baroque gems from Corelli, Vivaldi, Uccellini, Legrenzi, Castello & more on Saturday, May 12th at 7:30pm, First Lutheran Church in the sanctuary. Join us for an affordable and beautiful evening of Italian baroque works on period instruments.
First Lutheran Church : $10 requested donation
7:30pm HAVE A QUESTION? NEED MORE INFORMATION?
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