Dr. Biff Gore served up our National Anthem with great distinction. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdhfyS39vSE
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We were so thrilled with Palladio! The quartet was punctual and highly professional throughout. Furthermore, they played a unique request from us (Game of Thrones theme)! What’s more, my mother (mother of the bride) arranged a piece for the parents of the bride and groom to sing accompanied by the strings, and the quartet played it (sight reading, I suspect) perfectly! We so appreciated their flexibility and willingness to go the extra mile. We could not be more pleased with the music on our wedding day; given that we are two musicians who have pretty high standards, that speaks volumes. Thank you thank you thank you for the wonderful gift of music!
Go see all theses masterful musicians in this festive show ! Every year, Manuel Molina brings together some of the world’s most talented musicians for a one-of-a-kind musical performance, “A Night Around the World.” Year after year, Molina’s intuitive creativity blends seemingly dissimilar styles into a harmonious celebration of pure musical joy. Local and international—it doesn’t matter! The show blends classical, jazz, Andean, Cuban, Russian and more. Manuel Molina, Suzanne Morales, Brett Omara, Victor Mestas Pérez , Adrienne Short, Anna Morris , Michaela Borth, Kari Clifton, Spinphony
Steve plays solo guitar at Que Bueno Suerte restaurant for brunch on Sundays 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM. Suerte is at 1518 S Peal St, and Sunday brunch is great there. Steve is playing there through the end of the Pearl St Farmers Market which goes through November 18.
If you haven’t been to hear Bonnie Lowdermilk at Cheese Importers Bistro yet, I highly recommend it. Come early and browse the store, which is jammed with all sorts of things from France and Europe, and has a large refrigerated room with cheeses from all over the world! The charming French Bistro where she plays has tasty supper and drink choices.
International Year of the Bird concert at the Louisville Center for the Arts this Sunday Oct 14 at 3 pm.
This will be a multifaceted event featuring poetry, visual media, and classical, bluegrass, folk and jazz songs about and inspired by …Birds! Laurie Amodeo and Scott Martin are performing the beautiful Jobim tune Passarim along with Emma Shubin, flute, Kat Fritz, viola, and Andy Reiner, violin, along with other fun stuff. Scott will also be collaborating with poet Erin Schaaf Robertson too. More info and tix http://www.yearofthebirdconcert.com/hom
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