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TPO will perform during a wine and chocolate tasting event to benefit the Animazonia Wildlife Foundation, a wonderful organization that supports a sanctuary for captive-bred wildcats and conducts community outreach and education. Additional details will be provided as they become known.
TPO will be joining our friends "the Bayou Brothers" for their show at Tio Leo's Lounge. They play from 7-10 PM, and we'll most likely be there by the second set after our gig earlier that evening. This will be fun!
TPO will perform during the artist reception at an exhibit by the Sargent Art Group at the Solana Beach Library from 6:00 - 7:30 PM on Wednesday, August 21st. All are welcome!
TPO will perform a very brief set (20 minutes - blink and you miss it!) from 7:00 - 7:20 PM at the beginning of the grand finale for the jointly sponsored IMC/MMLA "Make Music L.A." festival https://www.facebook.com/events/452772211464659/ at the Cat & Fiddle pub located at 6530 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028 where all the IMC artists who performed at various venues throughout L.A. will converge to celebrate. Street parking - look carefully at signs!
The Panache Orchestra will play a brief set (may get extended) at lunchtime at a Mexican restaurant in Los Feliz as part of the "Make Music L.A." Festival http://makemusicla.org/
Sounds Like: Mahavishnu Orchestra, Darol Anger, Stephane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt, Morwenna Lasko & Jay Pun
Label: L.A. Downtown Music
Manager: Brenda K
Bio: The Panache Orchestra suggests turning off your cell phones and your useless genres. If you must have labels, perhaps Brenda K’s classical violin and Chi Saito’s rhythm-driven acoustic guitar and dramatic instrumental compositions are “Rattling the Chamber-Music Cage.” Or “Anime Beatnik Combo.” A...See Full Bio
“I cannot begin to tell you how many people came up to me to express their enjoyment and appreciation for music of such heart-felt refinement to be rarely heard even on a concert stage, let alone as support during a non-profit event”