Saturday, April 13th, 2013 at 2:00pm
At 2 PM, the Museum presents a book signing/concert event featuring the plucky little ukulele.
Author and historian Jim Tranquada gives a brief talk and book singing for his recent release of "The Ukulele: A History." The book talk will be followed by a concert from ukulele artist Brittni Paiva.
At 23 years of age, Brittni Paiva—already a multi award-winning instrumentalist—is known for her stunning articulation of what she can do on the ukulele going from slow and moving, to rapid-fire, classical-ballet, to ancient Japan, translating forms of jazz, world beat, pop, Flamenco and Latin, and filter these styles through her 4-string ukulele.
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