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Janet, a cellist and composer from Nineteen Thirteen, a Milwaukee based chamber rock duo, will be performing solo but solo to Janet means something like 20 cellos at one time with the help of electronic technology. Her cello is from Transylvania, 1913 and she creates cello layers live for each audience. Don’t miss this!
Armed with rock ‘n’ roll zeal and rhythmic guitars, Justin Jagler delivers soulful roots music across America’s heartland and beyond. Through songs like “Stay Freaky, Giannis” and “Harvest Time,” Jagler’s relentless songwriting and nimble voice pay homage to folk traditions and explore the lives of 21st-century characters.
Keith Pulvermacher grew up three doors down from his grandparents in the town of Butler. Being brought up around so much family with strong roots in music and love, the inspiration for his music was instilled deep within his soul. He likes to say his music isn’t country, It isn’t blues, It isn’t folk, It isn’t rock. It’s distinctly “Midwestern” music inspired by Wisconsin.
The Milwaukee-based 414 Quartet strives to raise awareness of classical music through performance, education, and community outreach. Formed in 2017, the quartet comprises Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra violinists Alex Ayers and Paul Hauer, violist Alejandro Duque, and cellist Peter Thomas. Deeply committed to education and outreach, the quartet’s individual musicians have decades of experience as teachers, coaches, and music advocates.Whether an avid classical music lover or a first time listener, the accessible and innovative 414 Quartet is an experience not to miss.
Join us for an afternoon with local singer Marcya Daneille and bassist Ben Titus as they perform music by Pat Benetar, Chaka Khan, Bruce Springsteen, Imagine Dragons, India Arie, The Beatles, Bill Withers and more.
Light snacks will be included, individually packaged. A cash bar will be available. More information on Story Hill FireHouse’s policies related to COVID-19 on their website.
Seating is limited, as the venue needs to be kept to 25% capacity.
More on the musicians:
Marcya Daneille is a classically trained cross-genre singer with Jazz, Soul and Gospel influences, as well as a vocal teacher of contemporary and classical styles. Formerly of New York City where she worked as a session singer and maintained a private voice studio. Marcya has performed in NYC venues such as Miller Theater at Columbia University, Alice Tully Hall, Rose Hall (Jazz @ Lincoln Center), the Apollo Theater, Ashford and Simpson’s Sugar Bar and S.O.B.s. Midwest performances include Freedom Hall, the Art Institute of Chicago, Carleton College, Hancher Auditorium, the Racine Theater, Jazz in the Park, Summer Sizzle Jazz Festival, Main Street Festival, as well as a host of private events. A few of Marcya’s most memorable moments on stage include performances with jazz phenoms Wycliffe Gordon, Aaron Diehl and Laurel Masse (former chanteuse with Manhattan Transfer), soul singers Gerald Levert and Vanessa Williams and opera legend Simon Estes.
Ben Titus is an in-demand bassist, conductor, and educator in SE Wisconsin. Ben has shared the stage with jazz greats Eric Marienthal, James Moody, and Duffy Jackson. He conducts the pit orchestras for Slinger High School and West Bend High School, plays with various community theater groups, performs with the bands Big Spoon and Dear Karma, and is the Director of Instrumental Music at Milwaukee School of Languages. He is also an endorsing artist for GHS Strings, Skjold Design Guitars, and Gamechanger Audio.