The 2014-2015 Concert Series presents...
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Matinée Concert 4:00 pm
at Appalachian Brewing Company
Appalachian fiddle tunes take on a Brazilian lilt — South American percussion riffs it up with North American blues and jazz — the American South meets world music funk!
photo: Vincent Soyez
Appalachian fiddle tunes take on a Brazilian lilt — South American percussion riffs it up with North American blues and jazz — the American South meets world music funk! Guitarist and singer Clay Ross teams up with master accordionist Rob Curto and musicians from all corners of NYC's jazz, roots and world music scenes.
With an honest love for roots music, genuine Brazilian styles, and improvisational experimentation, Matuto creates a unique and inspired sound from the heart of New York City's diverse musical culture.
The band features violin, guitar, accordion, bass, drums, and various Brazilian percussion instruments: the alfaia (a large, wooden, rope-tuned bass drum), the pandeiro (a Brazilian tambourine), the berimbau (a single-string on a bow struck with a small stick), and the agogô (a pair of small, pitched metal bells.)
"Weird and wonderful... unorthodox and delightful" — Jazz Times Magazine
The Abbey Bar
Appalachian Brewing Company
50 N. Cameron St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
Free parking behind the building
Join us for dinner and conversation downstairs after the show!
Matinée Concert: 4:00pm
$22 General Admission
$18 SFMS Members
$10 Students— ages 3 to 22
- Young people are welcome — the ABC's 21+ age rule does not apply to this matinée concert.
Advance Tickets@ BrownPaperTickets.com
With support from Your Name In Lights Sponsor Bill Gulvin.
Presented in cooperation with Greenbelt Events.
Matuto will be presenting an Arts in Education program at Foose School, made possible by Mid Penn Bank.