Concert: Guitar, Cello and Voice / Teatro Santa Ana at La Biblioteca

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  • Concert: Guitar, Cello and Voice

    Tue, March 13, 7pm

    Teatro Santa Ana

    200 pesos


    Carl Bernstein (guitar and voice) and Marilyn Priddy (voice and cello) will be performing an exciting evening of music in an exceptional range of styles, including both original instrumental and vocal compositions, jazz standards, Brazilian Chorro and Bossa Nova, blues, classical, flamenco and bluegrass.  Carl has spent his life as a performing guitarist and teacher.  In the 1960’s he studied classical guitar with many renowned guitarists including Andres Segovia and Julian Bream.  Marilyn has spent her life as a singer/songwriter performing extensively in jazz, rock, folk and blues styles.  Joining together from unique backgrounds their compositions and arrangements for guitar, cello and voice transmit great beauty to the listener.

    Marilyn and Carl have been living a gypsy lifestyle for over 4 years, traveling in their beautiful personally designed and custom-built motor home.  Throughout their travels they perform in a wide variety of rural and urban venues including National and State parks, concert halls, house concerts, farmers markets, street corners, bars and restaurants.  While in Mexico for the past 2 months they performed extensively  in the Puerto Vallarta area.  They plan to be in the San Miguel area for approximately one month.  Their latest CD “Somewhere Under the Rainbow” will be available at the concert.

     

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