Embodying Rhythm Collective

Embodying Rhythm Collective with Mama Lingua – SOLD OUT

Saturday, Mar 9 7:00pm; doors open 6:30pm

Tickets: $22SOLD OUT

The Embodying Rhythm Collective with Mama Lingua present An Eclectic Acoustic Concert Event featuring – Arlyn Alderdice, David Alderdice, Sami Akert, Daniel Be, Jeannette Carey, Tony Peters, Chelsie Taylor & Chloe Watkins.

Join us for an intimate musical journey featuring traditional and modern music from around the world as well as original music from the North Fork Valley. All the musicians are well-versed multi-instrumentalists, so you will hear many different tone colors and musical textures through the sounds of singing (including three part harmonies), strings (including violin, cello, acoustic guitar and electric bass), woodwinds (including clarinet, melodica, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone and flute), brass (including trumpet, trombone and sousaphone) and pitched as well as unpitched percussion (including drum set, hand drums, shakers, auxiliary percussion and some different sized wooden marimbas).

About the concert:
The concert will include selections from each of these ensembles individually as well both of them playing together in a collective super-band. Come and enjoy two of the most interesting and inspiring Western Slope bands while they join forces for a fun collaborative musical experience.

About the bands:
With their multi-instrumental and multicultural sound, the Embodying Rhythm Collective takes listeners on a heartfelt journey, delivering fun sonic soundscapes, while utilizing different rhythms, grooves, textures, styles of music and different instruments including percussion, brass, woodwinds and strings.

With their honeyed harmonies and solid groove, Mama Lingua warms the crowd like a draught of elderflower mead under a full moon with their original folk and world music songs, accompanied by acoustic guitar, violin, cello and percussion.

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