Building community through music, and music through community.
BIG UPDATE! Due to the cold temps expected for Sunday, we’re moving to an indoor venue. Check out the address. You’re still welcome to bike to the event – route links have been changed and will still work.
Live music will be happening from 1:00 – 4:00 PM:
1:00 Justin Jagler
2:00 Tabula Nova Ensemble
3:00 Matt “MF” Tyner
Your ticket includes one beer and various snacks (fruit, cheese, nuts, chips, dips, etc.) provided by My Family Roots Catering.
Additional beer will be available for purchase, provided by Stockhouse Brewing.
Tickets are non-refundable. Event will happen, rain or shine.
Join us for a small-scale concert featuring Avec le Bois Woodwind Quintet, following Sunday’s Packer game.
Avec le Bois Woodwind Quintet formed in December 2011. The wind quintet is comprised of five musically accomplished young women, and is based in the Milwaukee area. Avec le Bois plays primarily classical music, which is well-suited for wedding ceremonies and other special events such as gallery openings and private parties. www.aveclebois.com
Drinks will be available for purchase at the brewery. Look for one to be named after the quintet, served as a special that day!
This afternoon will feature soloists Scott Lowery on guitar, and Eric Langford on mandolin.
We will be at the Lakeshore Bluff Amphitheatre (bring chairs) area unless the temperatures that day are under 60 degrees; in that case we will be inside at the school’s chapel.
Scott Lowery recently moved to Wauwatosa from SE Minnesota, where he’s been performing hillbilly heirloom classics, pan-fried blues, and organic originals for the past 20 years. Scott enjoys playing outdoors at farmer’s markets, pizza nights and backyard barbecues, and will plan to bring along extra implements of percussion, in case anyone wants to sit in with him. He’s a charter member of the Beef Slough Boys, Turkey Creek and Northern Shoveler, with tracks available online from all of these groups. He plays six- and twelve-string guitar, harmonica, kazoo, tin whistle, and washboard.
Eric Langford of Waukesha plays mandolin in the bluegrass tradition: old tunes fused with elements of jazz, blues, and swing; moods ranging from haunting melodies to upbeat stomps. Eric was a member of the award-winning Liberty Bluegrass Band and has performed with several groups in the area.
Open to any middle and high school students currently in private lessons, Stories Framed Photography is allowing us to come in to their space to perform a piece or two in front of a backdrop of the students’ choice.
Each student musician or composer should bring along his or her pre-prepared music, instrument, and willingness for an amazing photo op! Music stands and a Roland Go Piano will be provided. Parents and friends are welcome to come along, although seating will be limited.
Stories Framed will not be taking pictures at the actual event; they are simply allowing a great setting for students to be instagramed, etc.
Snacks will also be served.