Steve Shurack is looking forward to playing with the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra tonight and tomorrow for “Pixar in Concert”, a fun show for kids and adults. Steve Will be playing electric, acoustic, and classical guitar, as well as banjo and mandolin as we accompany Disney animated movies clips with the dialog removed. HE will be keeping company with LOTS of Masterful Musicians;Gyongyver Petheo, Susie Peek,Veronica Sawarynski, Robyn Sosa, Aniel Cabán, Matthew Diekman & Sara Fierer
October 28: Benet Hill Monastery
Nestled in the heart of Black Forest, join us at the beautiful Benet Hill Monastery for the wonders of baroque music from distant lands. Music from František Tůma, Juan Bautista Cabanilles, Marcin Mielczewski, Johan Roman, Sybrandt van Noordt and more.
Sunday, October 28th at 2:30pm
Visit Parish House Baroque for more information.
October 14: Year of the bird concert
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
October 20, 2018: David Wohl in Concert
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Sphere Ensemble : September 15 & 16
This wondrously talented ensemble is hosting their “Season Opener”. This concert set will feature Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings and other pieces including works by Paul McCartney, Phish, Debussy, Satie, and more. There are so many Masterful Musicians in this group. It will feel like a reunion, not just a Kick A$$ concert.
Saturday, September 15th at First Congregational Church UCC Boulder
1128 Pine St, Boulder
Friday, June 22: Bonnie Lowdermilk at Caffe Sole
Tin Brother opens for OneRepublic at Red rocks
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!