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Kari Tieger, Beth DeSombre, and one more performer to be announced, will alternate sets of original music.
Valentine's in May! Music, Poetry, Sweets, and Wine! Kari Tieger's Eclectic Quartet will perform and Members and Friends of the Alliance will share their poems. 7-9:30 PM
8-10, Doors open at 7:30. Wayne Cabral will also do a set, and we may do a song or two together.
POSTPONED Until May! Musique et Poésie -- Music and Poetry. Kari Tieger's Eclectic Quartet will play two sets of her love songs in English and French. Members and Friends of the Alliance will read their poetry, accompanied by wine, pastry, and chocolate. Tickets available at the door, which opens at 6:45. Call 401-272-6243 to RSVP.
Kari Tieger's Eclectic Quartet to Feature at the Mediator Stage's Weekly Open Mic. Open Mic from 7 to 9, then the Feature plays, followed by more open mic.
Label: Tiger Sound
Bio: Singer/Songwriter Kari Tieger writes in English & French about love and spiritual growth. She creates adult contemporary pop with world, neoclassical & New Age influences. Kari's French CD Nos Mots (Our Words) was voted 2009 Motif Magazine Album of the Year. ILLUMINATION, released in February ...See Full Bio
“So many words come to mind--Atmospheric, introspective, ethereal, evocative of each intended mood, nice clean production too. I like your vocal range, it's smooth across all registers, and it's not blasting on the high stuff, which I appreciate. (It's more like a dove floating than an eagle screaming, as I've heard in lots of other projects) Music not only of another time, but of a different mindset. It's not like, "Ok here's another batch of tunes aimed squarely at the pop market or whatever market" -- It's coming from you, your heart, your influences and what you love. And that's where creation is true and innocent, unaffected by what the market wants it to be. I enjoyed the semi-medieval flavors, classical sounds of several periods in music history. Melody, harmony, counterpoint, all with phrasing appropriate to the styles intended. Spot-on pitch by the way.”