Exploring Color, Tone and Texture, May 17, 8 PM, Live Stream/ Live Audience
Two contemporary percussionists, Hannah Dick and Brian Melick will feature an evening of “Exploring Color, Tone and Texture” with special guest, Ken Lovelett.
Two contemporary percussionists, Hannah Dick and Brian Melick will feature an evening of “Exploring Color, Tone and Texture” as they, along with their very special guest Ken Lovelett; multi percussionist and instrument creator, introduce NEW ideas and concepts while engaging one another in improvisational dialog on Tuesday, May 17, 8 PM, livestream/live audience, broadcast on Youtube from Green Kill. Ticket pricer is 5 dollars. Buy ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exploring-color-tone-and-texture-may-17-8-pm-live-stream-live-audience-tickets-338280224257
A Livestream Ticket provides you with a link to the Green Kill Sessions livestream which can be accessed remotely on your own equipment.
A Live Audience Ticket puts you on a list for a reserved set at the event, and also provides you a livestream link. Audience members attending in person must be masked! Audience limit is 27.
If you are coming to the event, please arrive 15 minutes before starting time. Please be aware that there are no ticket sales at the door. All tickets must be reserved on Eventbrite.
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About the Musicians
They all will be coming to the stage with similar, but different backgrounds and experiences: Hannah and Ken have roots in the Classical / Orchestral world where Brian comes from years and years of working with dancers - Social, Modern, Ballroom, Ethnic, etc. Ken has performed theatrical shows all over the country, Hannah holds a B.M. in Percussion Performance from the Eastman School of Music, a B.A. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from the University of Rochester, and an Executive Graduate Certificate from the Global Leaders Program, a program that trains artists from all of the world to accomplish social change through music, While Brian has performed with groups that have strong ties to Ireland, Ghana, the Caribbean and the Middle East. All have years and years of sharing the world of percussion via individual as well as group instruction. And this simply scratches the surface of their diverse experiences.
The creative meeting will highlight and feature both conventional instruments as well as NEW and unique instruments. Some of the many instruments that will be brought together are: The all Clay Nigerian Side Hole Pot (Udu) Drum which has ties here in the Mid-Hudson Valley / Catskill region, Wooden Slit Drums, Marimba, Cajon, Conga, A cross section of American Percussion instruments, African / Asian and Brazilian frame drums, African and Brazilian Bells, as well as a wide collection of found sounds and light textural percussion etc.
To learn more about:
: Hannah Dick visit https://www.inspirelabmusic.com/about
: Brian Melick: visit www.uduboy.com
: Ken Lovelett: visit https://www.americanpercussion.com/about-ken.html