03/29/13 By First Orbit Sounds Music
Hristo Vitchev's "HEARTMONY 3" - LIVE - in Ashland, OR
Bulgarian guitarist Hristo Vitchev leads an all-harmonic trio on Friday, April 19th in Ashland, OR
Bulgarian modern Jazz Guitarist/Composer Hristo Vitchev presents the music from his critically acclaimed record "HEARTMONY" with Brazilian piano sensation and Latin Grammy Nominee Weber Iago and virtuoso vibraphonist Downbeat award winner Christian Tamburr.
"HEARTMONY 3" brings to the stage three of the top internationally touring jazz instrumentalists, representing South America, Eastern Europe, and America. The group is co-led by vibraphonist Christian Tamburr of San Francisco, USA, guitarist Hristo Vitchev of Sofia, Bulgaria, and pianist Weber Iago of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Together the trio brings influences from all around the world to create a unique harmonic and rhythmic experience, weaving their way through unique original compositions of its members and very creative interpretations of the music of the Great American Song Book. The music of the heart, is the music of the world.
This is one of the most culturally diverse and unique ensembles and the music they create surpasses any genres and boundaries.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Music In The Mountains at The Old Siskiyou Barn (Call for directions)
Tickets: $25/$20 for Siskiyou Institute Members.
Check out "HEARTMONY 3" in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QBfgrLC2ng
For more information please visit: http://siskiyouinstitute.com/concerts.html
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