Come join us at Mercy WIne Bar for a night of music, wine, friends, and food. We always have an absolutely AMAZING time at this venue… whether we are playing or listening. The house will be packed with some of the best talent in the DFW area. This show benefits Ricardo Anglada, a Flamenco Guitarrista from Albuquerque, who has recently suffered from a stroke. Please help us make a difference - all you have to do is show up and drink! Cheers and Love.
24 Di 17.9.2013, 20 Uhr, Beethovenhalle Musizieren für den guten Zweck Donna Brown (Jazzgesang) Jochen Kowalski (Countertenor) World Doctors Orchestra Stefan Willich (Dirigent) Ludwig van Beethoven: Ouvertüre zu Heinrich Joseph von Collins Trauerspiel »Coriolan« c-Moll op. 62 (»Coriolan-Ouvertüre«) Richard Strauss: »Tod und Verklärung«. Symphonische Dichtung op. 24 sowie Arien von Georg Friedrich Händel, Christoph Willibald Gluck, Henry Purcell, Johann Strauß, Michail Glinka und aus dem »American Songbook«
Fuasi will be performing with the Black Pearl Jazz Quartet lead by the pianist Donna Brown. The group features Donna Brown on piano from Selma, Alabama; Daryl Taylor on bass from Houston, Texas; Eric Vaughn on drums from Savannah, Georgia; and Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq on saxes and flute from L.A. They will be performing original compositions as well as compositions from world famous composers known and unknown.
Fuasi will be performing with the Black Pearl Jazz Quartet lead by the pianist Donna Brown. There will be a guest performer (trombonist) from Philadelphia, Tony Hurdle on the show. The group features Lito Tabora on piano from Selma, Alabama; Daryl Taylor on bass from Houston, Texas; Eric Vaughn on drums from Savannah, Georgia; and Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq on saxes and flute from L.A. They will be performing original compositions as well as compositions from world famous composers known and unknown. [hide]
Sounds Like: Diana Krall, Dianne Reeves
Bio: Donna Brown is a classicly trained musician who began music at three. Her early life was devoted to piano and organ. While in high school Ms.Brown worked as the Director of Chapel Music for Craig Air Force Base. She also performed as an accompanist and student conductor for her High School Choir....See Full Bio
““Metamorphoses” is the motto we have chosen for the Beethovenfest Bonn 2013. This motto is reflected in various ways in the festival programme: in musical forms such as variations, arrangements, adaptations; in questions of staging; through boundary-crossers who transplant their traditional roots into new musical forms; and through composers who further develop genre traditions established by Beethoven. Ensembles such as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with Manfred Honeck, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with Paavo Järvi and Kent Nagano, the NDR Symphony Orchestra with Thomas Hengelbrock and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra with Jonathan Nott are, as “resident orchestras”, presenting their own positions as traditions change. András Schiff, Christian Tetzlaff, Rudolf Buchbinder and many other outstanding soloists will be introducing their Beethoven interpretations for the twenty-first century. Among the musicians demonstrating their versatility both programmatically and”