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CANCELED: Third Coast Percussion with Sérgio & Clarice Assad

May 02

Performance Dates

  • Sat May 02 2020 8:00 PM

Venue

Meany Hall – Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater

 

Grammy-winning Third Coast Percussion has forged a unique path in the musical landscape with virtuosic, energetic performances that celebrate the extraordinary breadth of musical possibilities in the world of percussion. They are joined by the father-daughter Brazilian duo, Sérgio and Clarice Assad on piano, guitar and vocals, for a performance of a new work, Archetypes. This vast musical journey, grounded in familiar stories and global musical traditions, explores universal symbolic archetypes and ­characters from stories, legends and myths throughout the world. 

[Third Coast Percussion is] Impressively combining creative fearlessness with reverent precision.
— BBC Music Magazine

Sergio and Odair Assad have moved audiences and inspired guitarists around the world for over 30 years with revelatory performances of Latin American music and European classics, original compositions, deep musicality, and supple, almost telepathic, guitar duo performances.
— San Francisco Classical Voice

Clarice Assad is quite simply a phenomenon who has streaked across the world's musical landscape like one of those comets that appears just once in a lifetime.
Latin Jazz Network


ADDITIONAL SUPPORT COMES FROM:
Linda & Thomas Allen
Katharyn Alvord Gerlich
Nancy D. Alvord
Anonymous
Ariel Fund
Randy Apsel
Ana Mari Cauce and Susan Joslyn
Lili Cheng & Yarom Boss
Delaney and Justin Dechant
Britt East & Scott VanGerpen
Ira & Courtney Gerlich
Hugues Hoppe & Sashi Raghupathy
Catherine & David Hughes
Yumi Iwasaki & Anoop Gupta
Karen Koon
Matthew & Christina Krashan
Hans and Kristin Mandt
Marcella D. McCaffray
Craig Miller & Rebecca Norton
Chelsey Owen & Robert Harris
Seema Pareek and Gurdeep Pall
Cecilia Paul and Harry Reinert
John C. Robinson & Maya Sonenberg
Eric and Margaret Rothchild
Richard Szeliski & Lyn McCoy
Maryanne Tagney and David Jones
Donna & Joshua Taylor

 

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