Wednesday, July 24, 2019

PICK: City of Caterpillar, Oozing Meat and Continuation at Studio Two Three, Saturday, July 27

Posted By on Wed, Jul 24, 2019 at 10:42 AM

Luckily for the Richmond music scene, veteran rocker Nathan Grice (Big No) is now booking shows at Studio Two Three. And he's got a big one for his first scheduled gig: Widely respected Richmond post hardcore band, City of Caterpillar, is headlining a Saturday evening bill that includes Ooozing Meat and Continuation.

Often described in the press as screamo, City of Caterpillar broke up in 2003 and has played only sporadically since then, earning praise online from outlets such as Brooklyn Vegan.

"They just got back together a couple of years ago, I'm excited to see them," says Grice. "They had a big cult following in the early 2000s and share members from Pg. 99. Ryan Parrish, their drummer, is from Iron Reagan ... They sound like a screamy punk version of Godspeed you Black Emperor."

Also on the eclectic bill are local noise band, Oozing Meat, another abrasive project featuring local noise king Jason Hodges (Chaotic Noise Productions) as well as brand new group Continuation, which includes Brian Markham and KennyClose (Positive No).

"Continuation is pretty good, they just played their first show three months ago," adds Grice. "They reminded me of Galaxy 500, Spacemen 3 a little. Kind of poppy psychedelic."

This is Grice's first big show at Studio Two Three, a 48 by 48 room with around 250 people capacity. It's mostly just an empty room, which for punk bands can become an intimate, bonding experience.

"They usually do a lot of weddings. In the future, I'd like to have more drag shows, comedy, more music," says Grice. "I'm working on some kinks to make it an easier place for people to play. Right now it's very much a rental space."

Grice could use strong local support for this gig to gain momentum for his bookings at the nonprofit venue. And considering he's a top notch songwriter and musician himself -- it will be interesting to see what the future holds for the space.

Tickets for the Saturday, July 27 evening show at Studio Two Three (3300 W. Clay St.) are $10 and there is no pre-sale. The gig will run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., ending in enough time for people to attend a Warthog show at Wonderland.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

PICK: "Visions of Her" Gallery Opening at The Broad, Thursday, July 25

Posted By on Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 3:45 PM

A photo of Tiffany Jana from the IdentityRVA series.
  • A photo of Tiffany Jana from the IdentityRVA series.

A new group exhibition titled "Visions of Her" will be on display at The Broad starting this Thursday, July 25 with a grand opening from 6 to 8 p.m.

"Visions of Her" is a collection of artwork from six artists who capture the unique faces and figures of women in their own style. The Broad is a workspace and social club for women and gender minorities, according to its website.

"As part of the exhibit, I am showing three pieces from my IdentityRVA project," notes photographer Kim Brundage in an email.

Her website describes IdentityRVA as "a photography and video exhibit that focuses on the humanity in each of us as our fellow human beings. Through it, we are seeking to raise awareness and explore issues around how we are all more alike than we might think despite some of our differences."

Brundage explained that "I created IdentityRVA in addition to my work as a professional branding and executive headshot photographer because I was concerned about the angry rhetoric and actions coming out of the 2016 political elections. I wanted to encourage conversations about inclusion, acceptance, and appreciation for one's self and for others."

She also said that she was grateful to The Broad and Sander Design & Art Consulting for inviting her to participate in this exhibit, as well as Crossroads Art Center for allowing her to premiere IdentityRVA, and the downtown Richmond Public Library, which will host her exhibit next year.

"Visions of Her" Gallery Opening will be held Thursday, July 25, 2019 from 6 - 8 p.m. at The Broad, 209 N. Foushee St.

Former Richmond Photographer Marcus Hyde in Celebrity Scandal

Posted By on Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 4:00 AM

Former Richmond-based fashion photographer Marcus Hyde is in the news lately for the wrong reasons.

The Manchester High School graduate whose fashion photography has been featured in RVA Magazine relocated years ago to Los Angeles and was handpicked by reality television star Kim Kardashian to be one of her personal photographers. Hyde was a former production assistant at WTVR CBS 6, according to a story they did on him last year.

Hyde, who was nearly killed in a car accident last year, has been accused of allegedly offering free photo services to a female model if she sent him nude photos of herself. The New York Post’s Page Six reported on Monday that the Los Angeles-based model Sunnaya posted screenshots of alleged direct messages between herself and Hyde, wherein he said that if the model sent him nude photos, she would receive free photography services worth $2,000.

A screengrab of the alleged conversation was posted on Reddit.
  • A screengrab of the alleged conversation was posted on Reddit.

According to The Post: “Sunnaya wrote over the first screenshot, ‘Male photographers be like,’ and over a subsequent screenshot she wrote, “Ur f–king wack.” Hyde, 33, allegedly responded, ‘Find someone else. I’ll keep shooting celebs.’ Sunnaya’s friends and followers backed her up by reposting the alleged exchange, which ultimately caused Hyde to allegedly respond to one fan, telling her, ‘Suck a fat big d–k.’”

Since the story broke, another of Hyde’s famous clients, singer Ariana Grande, has dropped him, according to E! Online news. Hyde has since made his Instagram account private and the New York Post reported that he was not responding to media requests.

After his accident last year, Kanye West and Kardashian donated $25,000 to pay for Hyde's medical expenses. Style has reached out to a former local colleague of Hyde’s and will update as we learn more.

Monday, July 22, 2019

K Dance Gets New Company-in-Residence at Firehouse Theatre

Posted By on Mon, Jul 22, 2019 at 4:00 AM

Firehouse Theatre and K Dance have announced that K Dance will be a company-in-residence at Firehouse.

The residency will provide K Dance with a permanent home after more than 20 years of being nomadic, according to a press release, while Firehouse "gains unique and high quality dance programming that fits its mission to be an artistic home for performing art/artists from all disciplines." The residency was made possible by a grant from CultureWorks.

K Dance is a small contemporary dance/theatre non-profit company with big ideas, says artistic director Kaye Weinstein Gary, by email. It has worked project to project producing in different venues since its founding in 2000. Under her artistic leadership, the company serves as a vehicle for creative projects for its artistic director as well as other artists both locally and nationally.

According to the press release, "core components of the residency include co-producing two of K Dance's signature programs at Firehouse -- the YES Dance Festival (a showcase of work by some of the hottest contemporary choreographers/dance companies) and SHORTS (a program of one-acts that integrate choreography into the storytelling), and creating new educational and performance programs with K Dance's Artistic Director Kaye Gary that focus on dance/movement theatre."

"We've had wonderful experiences with K Dance during the past two years that we've been the site of their dance and one-act festivals. Kaye's expansive and energetic artistic vision will make a valuable contribute to Firehouse's activities." says Firehouse’s Producing Artistic Director Joel Bassin in the release.

K Dance's Artistic Director Kaye Gary added "this is an exciting opportunity that will help me advance my artistic vision in a permanent space and build K Dance's institutional capacity with the administrative and production support of Firehouse."

This upcoming season the YES Dance Festival will be Friday Dec. 20 at 8pm and Saturday Dec. 21 at 3pm and 8pm. SHORTS 2020 will be in April.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Dwight Yoakam Show Announced for the National, Nov. 7

Posted By on Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 4:00 AM

Cool country musician Dwight Yoakam will be performing a rare show at the National on Thursday, Nov. 9.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, July 19 and will run you $45 or $52.50 on the day of the show (if it doesn't sell out, which is unlikely).

Yoakam has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide and has won multiple Grammy awards, with nine platinum or multi-platinum albums. He released his first ever bluegrass album, "Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars .." in 2016 which included a cover of Prince's "Purple Rain."

He's also a pretty damn good actor with strong supporting performances in films such as "Slingblade," "Panic Room," "Three Burials of Meqiades Estrada" and "Logan Lucky."

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Richmond Folk Festival and Spacebomb Announce Live Compilation Album

"All Together Now" will be available on vinyl, CD and download.

Posted By on Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 6:30 AM

Richmond's Spacebomb Records and the Richmond Folk Festival announced today the first single from a special live compilation album celebrating the 15th anniversary of the festival.

The 10-song album, "All Together Now," will be released on Oct. 11, the first day of this year's Folk Fest, and includes select tracks recorded live since the National Folk Festival first came to Richmond in 2005.

The release will be available on CD, digital download and vinyl! (Including an orange and green tie-dye pressed vinyl collector's edition). All proceeds from sales go directly to support the Richmond Folk Festival. The CD will also feature extra tracks (see below).

Those interested can download the single and pre-order the record now at https://shop.spacebombrecords.com/music/categories/richmond-folk-festival or at any of these local record store locations: Plan 9, Deep Groove, Steady Sounds, 6131, Small Friend Records & Books. And below you can check out the first track, Lulo Reinhardt and Daniel Stelter's "Swing 2012."

“We were absolutely floored when Spacebomb reached out to us about producing the album,” said Venture Richmond Director of Events Stephen Lecky in a press release. “I have had the pleasure of working with them on various events like TEDxRVA and Fall Line Fest, but this is totally different than anything we have done before."

Lecky describes it as a thrilling experience, but also incredibly daunting to curate a shortlist of performances.

"We’re so grateful to our partners at the National Council of the Traditional Arts for their thoughtful guidance on the track selection,” he added.

NCTA Artistic Director Julia Olin undertook the task of searching through 1,300 hours of archived recordings, with a focus on reflecting the diversity of musical traditions presented at the festival.

“I must have been crazy,” Olin said in the release. “There were so many magical live performances that I couldn’t resist pulling over eight hours of material – even though only a fraction of it could be included in this project. It was incredibly hard to choose; we wanted to share it all.”

CDs and standard black vinyl will be available for sale on-site at the festival’s merchandise tent, according to the release.

“Richmond’s musical footprint is growing nationally and internationally and the Richmond Folk Festival is an important part of the city’s musical story,” Spacebomb Records CEO Ben Baldwin said. “We’re proud to be working with the Richmond Folk Festival to release an important musical document covering the first 15 years of the festival’s history.”

And now, what you've been waiting for, here is the track list below, including the extra tracks on the CD:

Track list for "All Together Now":

1. Clinton Fearon and the Boogie Brown Band, "Feel the Spirit"

2. Lulo Reinhardt and Daniel Stelter, "Swing 2012"

3. Maggie Ingram & The Ingramettes, "Family Prayer"

4. Lunasa – "Ryestraw (medley): The New Day March/Reystraw/An Old Woman Would"

5. Nathalie Pires - "Loucura (Madness)"

6. The Holmes Brothers, "Baby What You Want Me To Do"

7. Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band -"Don't Ask Me Why"

8. The Quebe Sisters – "Speed the Plow Medley: Speed the Plow/The Maid Behind the Bar/Temerance Reel"

9. Altai Kai - "My Native Land, Altai"

10. Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano - "México lindo/¡Viva México!"

And here are some bonus tracks on the CD:

11. Sona Jobarteh - "Mamamuso"

12. Dale Watson and His Lonestars - "Real Country Song/A Nashville Rash"

13. Rare Essence - "Overnight Scenario"

14. BeauSoleil Trio - "Le Sud de la Louisiane"

15. Sammy Shelor and Kirk Sutphin - "Angeline the Baker"

16. Spanish Harlem Orchestra - "Son de Corazón"

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

VIDEO: Angelica Garcia Signs With Spacebomb, Shares New Video

Posted By on Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 6:20 PM

One of Richmond's most talented musicians, Angelica Garcia, announced today that she had signed with local Spacebomb Records.

A Style Top 40 under 40 winner, Garcia also shared a video for her new single, "It Don't Hinder Me," directed by Spencer Ford and filmed "in the surrounding neighborhoods of Garcia’s family’s home in El Monte, California, featuring family photos and shots at local favorites like Tyler Market & Tacos El Arco."

Check it out.

“‘It Don’t Hinder Me' is a song about being proud of where I come from. I went to a magnet school that united different sectors of Los Angeles county, everything from Pasadena to West LA to El Monte and more inland. The school mixed kids from different backgrounds," Garcia explains in a press release. "Back then I often saw myself as not being cool like the kids of screenwriters and stars. This song rebukes the idea that you have to come from glamour or money to be cool. My ‘beautiful’ & ‘cool’ version of LA is the immigrant household of my grandparents.”

There should be more news coming about Garcia’s new album and details of live shows will soon be announced, according to the release.

Here's more bio info from Spacebomb:

With Mexican and Salvadoran roots in the San Gabriel Valley, East of Los Angeles, Angelica Garcia has spent the last few years creating a new, second family for herself within the welcoming community of Richmond, VA. Today, the bond is christened with the announcement of Garcia’s signing to Spacebomb Records (Bedouine, Matthew E. White), and the release of her first two singles for the preeminent Richmond label: “It Don’t Hinder Me,” an anthem celebrating her roots that blends Wall of Sound pop and Southern rock, and “Karma The Knife,” a Reaggeaton-meets-dancehall earworm ....

Like Lorde, Billie Eilish and Rosalía, Angelica isn’t afraid to tear pages out of her diary and express emotions that might be difficult and oftentimes daunting to share. Garcia -- who has recently toured with and supported acts like Mitski, Phoebe Bridgers, Natalie Prass, and Violent Femmes -- sings about and pulls inspiration from her experience growing up in the predominantly immigrant Latinx communities of Southern California. The two new singles produced by Eddie Prendergast (a long time co-writer of Matthew E. White) showcase Garcia in her creative element, and herald the arrival of a bold and buoyant new voice in music.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

VIDEO: Mayor Levar Stoney Plays a Reporter in Cheats Movement Podcast Commercial

Posted By on Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 10:30 PM

Any serious fan of local hip-hop knows the name Marc Cheatham, whose podcast, The Cheats Movement, shines a light on local artists and issues while delving into politics on occasion.

Cheats, as he's known, just released a new commercial for his podcast, his first he tells Style, which features Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney getting to flip the script and portray an intrepid reporter grilling Cheatham (as franchise mayor) about rising taxes.

We're unsure if this is his debut, but Stoney appears to have some solid acting chops. In this particular role, he gets to explore the sense of dejection and personal failure a reporter feels when serious questions about taxes go unanswered or ignored (See Mr. Mayor, it's really no fun at all. Just imagine how the whole denied-FOIA thing feels!)

Fans of iconic Virginia basketball legend, Allen Iverson, will recognize how the rest of this little parody plays out:

Directed by Zane Robinson (Life's Interpretation Media), the video also features Cheatham's co-host Gigi Broadway.

"The Cheats Movement is dedicated to hip-hop culture, community engagement and celebrating our diversity. We see our community different than most, therefore, #WESEEIT" notes the video information, referencing the show's popular hashtag.

Those interested can subscribe to The Cheats Movement podcast at iTunes, Soundcloud, Overcast, Sticher, Spotify, or most places where podcasts are available.

If this is Cheats' first commercial, we look forward to more creativity. Maybe local gadfly Paul Goldman could throw down an Alfonso Ribeiro breakdancing board and drop some windmill skills before a battle rap that reveals how to find more money for the public schools' budget?

Just a thought.

Here's the original Iverson press conference that started it all:

Director Jeff Krulik Presenting "Led Zeppelin Played Here" at Vis Arts Center, Friday, July 26

Posted By on Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 4:00 AM

Cult film director Jeff Krulik, known for the legendary short, "Heavy Metal Parking Lot," will be returning to Richmond on Friday, July 26 for a screening of his latest work, the documentary "Led Zeppelin Played Here." The evening is being presented by the James River Film Society.

Called a "Rock-and-roll Roshoman" by the Washington Post, the film examines the urban legend that rock greats Led Zeppelin once performed to 50 teenagers at the Wheaton Youth Center on Georgia Avenue in Wheaton, Maryland, on Jan. 20, 1969 during the first presidential inauguration of Richard Milhous Nixon.

The movie, which has been on the film fest circuit for years now, features interviews with music critics, musicians and fans who claim to have been there on that fateful night. Here's a trailer of sorts.

And here's more about the project from an interview Krulik did with WAMU that can be read in full here:

My original intent was to honor the Laurel Pop Festival, which was the unheralded, somewhat forgotten festival one month before Woodstock. Clearly if you went to it, you remembered it, but anyone who didn’t go to it didn’t realize it was going on. I’d wanted to do a documentary about that, but tracing the arc of Led Zeppelin allowed for a different kind of story because they had such a meteoric rise that year. And if you realize that maybe they played their first local gig at this modest youth center, in a gymnasium, it was pretty incredible. Not out of the realm of possibility, because a lot of those bands had humble starts — this was a place that other bands were playing.

It’s like I said in the movie — it started out to be a nostalgia trip, and now it’s become a mystery. And I didn’t do it because I’m a Led Zeppelin fan. I’m very interested in the cultural and music industry in this area and concertgoing and the concert scene and people who carved out the concert business from nothing.

Tickets are $7 at the door and there will be a cash bar available.

Michael Jones of the James River Film Society says that the organization has until the end of the month to clear out its studio space at Visual Arts Center, where its resided for around 22 years. It is currently looking for a new home for its films, projection equipment, archives and posters.

Monday, July 8, 2019

A Look At Modlin Center at University of Richmond's 2019-2020 Season

Highlights include Lucinda Williams, Marty Stuart, Bela Fleck, Nobuntu and Martha Graham Dance Company.

Posted By on Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 4:00 AM

The Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond has announced its 2019-2020 season, which includes performances by the likes of Lucinda Williams, Marty Stuart, The Steeldrivers, Leo Kottke, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, among many others.

Season subscriptions went on sale June 24 and are available at modlin.richmond.edu, the Modlin Center box office or by phone at 804-289-8980. Single performance tickets will go on sale Monday, Aug. 5 at 10 a.m.

The Modlin's 23rd season of programming also includes the National Theatre of Great Britain, Bolshoi Ballet and Great Art on Screen broadcasts, as well as 13-time International Bluegrass Music Association Award winner Balsam Range.

To learn more about the Modlin's School Series, which features weekday matinee performances followed by Q&A discussions with the performers exclusively for area schools and home schoolers, visit modlin.richmond.edu/learn/school-series.html.

Here's a complete rundown of events to help you mark your calendar.



SUN. 15 at 7:30 PM Marty Stuart is "The Pilgrim"

THUR. 19 7:00 PM Special Broadcast Event: Margaret Atwood, Live in Cinemas

SAT. 21 7:30 PM Balsam Range (bluegrass)

WED. 25 7:30 PM Lucinda Williams and her band Buick 6 present the 20th Anniversary of the release of "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road."

THUR. 26 7:00 PM NT Live Broadcast: One Man, Two Guvnors

FRI. 27 7:30 PM Camille A. Brown & Dancers*

SUN. 29 3:00 PM Nobuntu*


WED. 2 7:30 PM Shanghai Quartet with Soovin Kim, violin and Orion Weiss, piano

THUR. 3 7:00 PM NT Live Broadcast: "Hamlet"

SUN. 6 3:00 PM Family Arts Day Celebration featuring TheaterWorksUSA, Pete the Cat

WED.-THUR. 9-10 7:30 PM Martha Graham Dance Company, The EVE Project*

THURS. 10 7:00 PM NT Live Broadcast: The Lehman Trilogy

WED. 16 7:30 PM Simone Dinnerstein, piano, and Matt Haimovitz, cello

FRI. 18 7:30 PM Cirque Mechanics, 42FT – A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels

SUN. 20 7:30 PM Brad Mehldau and Ian Bostridge

THUR. 24 7:00 PM NT Live Broadcast: "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"

WED. 30 7:30 PM L.A. Theatre Works, SEVEN*


FRI. 1 7:30 PM Jazzmeia Horn

SUN. 10 7:30 PM An Evening with Leo Kottke

THUR. 14 7:00 PM NT Live Broadcast: Hansard

FRI. 15 7:30 PM Daniel Hope with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, A Tribute to Yehudi Menuhin

WED. 20 7:00 PM Great Art on Screen: Tintoretto: A Rebel in Venice


THURS. 5 7:00 PM NT Live Broadcast: Present Laughter SAT. 7 7:30 PM Taylor Mac, Holiday Sauce SUN. 8 7:30 PM Taylor Mac, Holiday Sauce


SAT. 18 3:00 PM Tall Stories, Wilde Creatures

THUR. 23 7:30 PM Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Figures of Speech*

SAT. 25 7:30 PM Indian Ink Theatre Company, Mrs. Krishnan’s Party

SUN. 26 12:55 PM Bolshoi Ballet Broadcast: Giselle

SUN. 26 3:00 PM Indian Ink Theatre Company, Mrs. Krishnan’s Party

WED. 29 7:30 PM Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom In Our Veins: Rivers and Social Change


FRI. 7 7:30 PM Direct from Kiev, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

SAT. 8 7:30 PM The SteelDrivers

THUR. 13 7:30 PM Alfredo Rodríguez and Pedrito Martínez

FRI. 21 7:30 PM YAMATO, The Drummers of Japan World Tour 2020 Jhonetsu –– Passion

WED. 26 7:00 PM Great Art on Screen: The Prado Museum: A Collection of Wonders

FRI. 28 7:30 PM Takács Quartet

SAT. 29 7:30 PM St. Patrick’s Day Celebration featuring Danú 25th Anniversary


WED. 4 7:30 PM Dreamers’ Circus

FRI. 6 7:30 PM Cirque FLIP Fabrique presents Blizzard

SAT. 14 7:30 PM Aoife O’Donovan, Songs and Strings

WED. 18 7:30 PM Ballet Folclórico Nacional de México de SILVIA LOZANO

SAT. 21 7:30 PM Manual Cinema, Frankenstein

SAT. 28 7:30 PM Stefon Harris and Blackout


THUR. 2 7:30 PM Della Mae with special guest The Jacob Jolliff Band THUR. 16 7:30 PM Yefim Bronfman, piano SAT. 18 TBA Eighth Blackbird, Transient Landscapes SAT. 25 7:30 PM Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn

* These performances are part of the Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Literature and The Arts 2019—2020 season.



THUR.-SAT. 3-5 7:30 PM Appropriate by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

SUN. 6 2:00 PM Appropriate by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins


THUR.-SAT. 21-23 7:30 PM Pure Confidence by Carlyle Brown

SUN. 24 2:00 PM Pure Confidence by Carlyle Brown


THUR.-SAT. 6-8 7:30 PM Production Studies III Showcase SUN. 9 2:00 PM Production Studies III Showcase FRI.-SAT. 28-29 7:30 PM University Dancers 35th Annual Concert*


SUN. 1 2:00 PM University Dancers 35th Annual Concert*


THUR.-SAT. 16-18 7:30 PM How the García Girls Lost Their Accents by Karen Zacarías

SUN. 19 2:00 PM How the García Girls Lost Their Accents by Karen Zacarías

* These performances are part of the Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Literature and The Arts 2019—2020 season.



THUR. 5 7:30 PM David Esleck Trio, A Centennial Celebration of Nat King Cole

WED. 11 7:30 PM Music Faculty Gala


FRI. 4 7:30 PM Family Weekend Concert

FRI. 18 7:30 PM Ingrid Keller, piano and Jonathan Ruck, cello


SUN. 3 3:00 PM UR Schola and Women’s Chorale

FRI.-SAT. 8-9 multiple Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festival*

SUN. 17 3:00 PM Global Sounds

MON. 18 7:30 PM UR Wind Ensemble

THUR. 21 7:30 PM UR Jazz and Contemporary Combos


MON. 2 7:30 PM UR Chamber Ensembles

TUE. 3 7:30 PM Cuban Spectacular, Pictures at a Cuban Exhibition II

WED. 4 7:30 PM UR Symphony Orchestra

SUN. 8 5:00 & 8:00 PM 46th Annual Festival of Lessons and Carols


MON. 2 7:30 PM Neumann Lecture on Music, Cry No More: Black Music and Mythology of Post Racial America, Dr. Tammy L. Kernodle, speaker

SUN. 22 3:00 PM Doris Wylee-Becker, piano

MON. 30 7:30 PM Bruce Stevens, organ The German Baroque Bs – Buxtehude, Bruhns, Böhm, and Bach


SUN. 5 3:00 PM UR Schola and Women’s Chorale

MON. 6 7:30 PM UR Jazz Ensemble

WED. 8 7:30 PM UR Symphony Orchestra

MON. 13 7:30 PM UR Wind Ensemble

WED. 15 7:30 PM UR Jazz and Contemporary Combos

SAT. 18 7:30 PM Eighth Blackbird, Transient Landscapes

SUN. 19 3:00 PM Global Sounds

MON. 20 7:30 PM UR Chamber Ensembles

*Visit thirdpractice.org for a full schedule of events

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