The Concert- After Hours Series Collaboration with Bozeman Arts-Live!
Dates: May 27 - June 24, 2020
Meets: Wed. from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: Online we
Enrollment requires a 2019-2020 Wonderlust Membership
The Concert- After hours series will kick off on Wednesday, May 27 with a concert by guitarist John Hosking. Hosking is a Bozeman-based singer, songwriter and former touring actor of original works. His music is a blend of folk, classic one-man-and-guitar western, melodic jazz, and Latin rhythm.
All performances start at 7:30 p.m. and the online after hour socials begin at 8 p.m. The happy hours provide Wonderlust members the opportunity to meet the featured musician and learn more about their musical endeavors.
Other performances include:
June 3, Celtic harp performance by Tom Robison, a fiddler, violinist, and harp player.
June 10, Multi-instrumentalist Mike Parsons and vocalist Linda Svendsen, performing music in the country, Americana and bluegrass genres.
June 17, Theremin performance by Marla Goodman, featuring experimental and classical works. The Theremin is an electronic instrument that is played without being physically touched.
June 24, Piano, singer-song writer Lori Rosolowsky offers a rebroadcast of her May 7 multi-media performance.
A full performance calendar can be found on the Bozeman Arts-Live! website at www.bozemanarts-live.com.
The online performances are free and open to everyone. The post-concert after hours socials are for Wonderlust members only. and for a package of all five happy hour socials. To register, please visit the MSU Wonderlust website at www.montana.edu/wonderlust/. You will receive a link and email reminder for the members-only post-performance happy hour social.
Cost $10 per person (MSU Wonderlust, a lifelong learning organization, is partnering with Bozeman Arts-Live! to present online performances by local musicians followed by Wonderlust members-only online happy hours.
|Registration Fee||$ 10.00|
John HoskingSinger and Songwriter. After 33 years of touring original theater throughout the greater Northwest, and often providing live music on stage, John has found the chance to explore and develop his own poetry and music. His songs transcend strict genre, roaming between folk, classic one-man-and-guitar western, melodic jazz, and Latin rhythms. Some songs are quite recently conceived and others were formed a while back. His soon-to-be-released album, “Wide Open Door”, will contain many of the tunes from this evening's performance—songs about people and life, with a lot of love and caring.
Linda Svendsen Mike ParsonsThe duo of Linda Svendsen and Mike Parsons of Bozeman, Montana. From Oregon, Linda came to music while riding on the steppes of Central Asia, listening to the singing of nomads, and from Idaho, Mike is a fiddle champion and in-demand fixture on the music scene throughout the Rockies. They have been performing together for ten great years, playing bluegrass, old-timey, and down home country music. Part bluegrass, part country, part honky-tonk – the best of good time music with dazzling instrumentals and gorgeous harmonies.
Genre: Country, Americana, Bluegrass
Tom RobisonA fiddler, violinist, violist and harp player who believes that music creates a bond between all ages, races, nationalities, and religions. He believes that music is a well of pure water that provides rejuvenation and love, hope and kindness, and it needs to be replenished continually by new musicians learning it.
For more than 25 years Tom has been director of Singing Strings Studio in Bozeman, Montana, where he enjoys teaching fiddle, violin, viola and harp to students of all ages. He gets a thrill from every lesson! Folk music is Tom's passion, including Irish music, Scottish music, ragtime, and old-time blues.
Marla GoodmanMarla Goodman will perform experimental and classical works on the Theremin, an electronic instrument that is played without being physically touched. Goodman began appearing in Bozeman as a street performer and more recently began performing classical and experimental works in public spaces and arts venues. Her experimental works add harmonic accompaniment to environmental sounds such as birdsong, construction noise, airplanes or the drone of an electric toothbrush. A lifelong resident of Bozeman, Goodman holds a BA in painting from MSU's School of Art. She recently returned to MSU to study music technology, performance and theory, studying with violinist Mary Kothman. Goodman also participates in the international Theremin community, studying via webcam with German-born Thereminist Carolina Eyck and Russian-born Thereminist Lydia Kavina.
The Theremin consists of three radio frequency oscillators which control pitch and volume via the proximity of the musician's hands to two antennae (one for volume, one for pitch). The instrument was invented c. 1919 by Russian engineer Lev Termen. Virtuosa Clara Rockmore and others made magnificent orchestral appearances on the Theremin throughout the first half of the 20th century, but the instrument's haunting, voice-like sound became most recognized as a sound effect in 1950s science fiction films. Celebrating its centennial in 2020, the Theremin is once again appreciated for its extraordinary and beautiful sound.
Lori RosolowskyLori is a Bozeman, Montana-based pianist, singer-songwriter, educator, entertainer, producer, and CEO and founder of Open Sky Artists, LLC. Her company helps creatives implement their “zone of genius” so they and their work can get the recognition they deserve. Supporting and collaborating with dozens of artists and venues nationally is her joy.
Lori’s multimedia performance will include samples from her zany adventures in music. From the silly to the serious. From comedy to classical to conducting to composing. And, as chronicler of her family’s miraculous escapes and impacts as refugees from Nazi Germany.
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