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Occidental Gypsy has an original approach to Gypsy Jazz that pays homage to Django Reinhardt and expands the genre to include elements of western (Occidental) sounds, including blues, Klezmer and Latin. The acoustic quintet features prodigy Eli Bishop on violin, who performs regularly at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Bishop enthralls audiences as the current Guinness Book of World Records fastest clapper, and is also featured in their new song “Messalina, Lover Lamb.” The compositions in the band’s latest CD 44070 include musical journeys both complex and danceable.
With Daniel Emond on banjo, Sarah Hund on fiddle, and Ben Mackel on guitar, The Blue Eyed Bettys delight with their folky-bluegrass sound. But what always seems to grab audiences immediately are their powerful vocals in three part harmony. Playing a mix of originals and covers, they put their own Betty twist on songs by a diverse array of artists such The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Sam Cooke, Fiona Apple, and The Wu-Tang Clan.
George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Sherrionne Brown, with Phillip Gallagher
02/15/19 - 03/10/19
Fri & Sat at 8pm; Sun at 2pm
Tickets: Adults $24; Seniors, Students, Military: $21
FUN NIGHT FRIDAY -- all Friday Night Tickets are just $19
Deep Vision Dance Company and ASEID Contemporary Dance Company COLLIDE for an eclectic evening of contemporary dance highlighting their unique styles, brilliance, virtuosic range, and nuanced splendor. Featuring choreography by Artistic Directors Nicole A. Martinell and Alison Seidenstricker, respectively, and collaborations with dancers, choreographers, visual artists, and musicians from District of Columbia and Maryland.
Collaborations with Malcolm Shute (choreographer), Griff Beheler (musician), and Lindsay D’Andelet (visual artist).
The Columbia Pro Cantare chorus showcases works by 20th-century European composers in its 4 pm, March 17, 2019, concert at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ellicott City. Joining the full chorus and the CPC Chambers singers will be tenor Jason Berger, Jacquline Polaauf, harp, and Donald Fries, organ.