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April ’19 Shows

April 8, 2019

Guess what I’m blogging about!?!? Yes, shows, concerts and performances, and lots of the them. And guess what else?!?!?! You’re invited!!!!!!!!!!!!

1st, I encourage you all to check out Groupmuse.com and consider attending one of my 3 events listed there. Each one is a different group and will feature some of my original music. There’s: Tuesday 4/9 7pm Cosa Nostra Strings in Richmond. Sunday 4/14 7pm Greek Music Project in Berkeley, and Thursday 4/18 7pm Proteus Trio in Kensington. A Groupmuse is a classical (Or at least half-classical) house concert. I tend to play these every once in a while so it wouldn’t hurt to check the website every now and then. There’s lot’s of other great events listed as well!

OK now for the public events!

Friday 4/12 7pm Musical Art Quintet at Swedenborgian Church: 2107 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA 94115. Musical Art Quintet is playing a benefit for InnerMusic SF, which used to be San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music, a great organization that supports and provides fiscal sponsorship for a lot of local groups. They also give out a lot of grants that support the local music community. Musical Art Quintet is a former grant recipient, and thus, we are playing this year’s benefit concert. Event page

Saturday 4/13 8pm Composer Arranger Performer Orchestra at Peralta Station Annex: 3003 Peralta Street, Oakland.Also know and CAPO, we are a string orchestra that plays our own music! We don’t perform very often, so when we do, it’s very special. We’re playing 2 of my originals and one of my arrangements of a song by Ariel Wang. Check out the event page for more details.

Wednesday 4/17 7:30pm Bach Project Part 4: Goldberg Variations at the Musical Offering Cafe: 2430 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704. This is with Nigel Armstrong and Jacob Hansen Joseph. The Goldberg Variations is one of J.S. Bach’s massive achievements in the realm of keyboard composition. It translates beautifully well for strings, and the performers are top-notch. Event page
 
Wednesday 4/24 7:30pm Town Quartet at the Musical Offering Cafe: 2430 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704. Town Quartet plays the unique and stylish Verdi Quartet, his only piece in the genre, and Schubert’s last (and totally amazing and my favorite) string quartet, the “Great” Quartet in G major. I’m serious, the nickname is “Great.” Event page
 
Thursday 4/25 7pm Proteus Trio ALBUM RELEASE at Freight and Salvage: 2020 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94704.The Proteus Trio, a crossover jazz trio with Evan Price and Jonathan Alford, is releasing our album of mostly original music! My music on there! Evan is a 2-time grammy awards winner from his time in the Turtle Island Quartet, and last time we played the Freight, the concert was voted “Best Jazz Performance of the Year” by SF Classical voice. Not to be missed! Event page
Saturday 4/27 7:30pm Glenview Classical Series presents “Messiaen, Influenced and Influence” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Oakland: 1658 Excelsior Ave, Oakland, CA 94602. This a concert of music by Messiaen and composers that inspired him, including Debussy and Ravel, as well as composer that he inspired, like Ligeti and Xenakis. The program will feature different combinations of violin, cello, piano, organ, and voice. Event page
Sunday 4/28 7pm Musical Art Quintet plays Music on the Hill: 101 Gold Mine Drive San Francisco, CA. Musical Art Quintet is a crossover jazz string quintet, and we have an exciting program of fun and interesting music planned for this concert, including some of my original quintet music! event page
Tuesday 4/30 7pm Musical Art Quintet at Congregation Emanu-El: 2 Lake Street at Arguello Street, San Francisco.The Musical Art Quintet perform the World Premiere of Sascha Jacobsen’s Kanta Judezmo, an oratorio using Jewish melodic themes with motifs and rhythms from Spain, North Africa, the Middle East, and South America, that tells the story about the Sephardic diaspora through the lens of its central female character, with universal threads that traverse centuries, borders, language, culture and genre. This is a huge collaboration with guest musicians and dancers. Event page
Also, have I mentioned I have a podcast? Its called “The Crossover Cellist,” and on it, I interview my friends and colleagues about our various musical projects. Listen to my latest episode with Matt Montgomery here, and keep a lookout for more! The next episode is with Crystal Pascucci, and it is imminent.
OK thanks so much! I hope to see you at one (or some, or all) of these events!
-Lewis
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