Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble Performs At The Freight And Salvage, Berkeley, 1/20/2013

Top Quote On her birthday, Mariah Parker and her Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble collaborate for a live recording session of her new compositions at the Freight & Salvage in Berkeley. End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) December 29, 2012 - Live Concert Recording Session and Birthday Celebration

    Sunday, January 20, 2013, 8:00 PM
    Freight and Salvage
    2020 Addison Street
    Berkeley, CA 94704
    Tix: $20.50 adv. at Freight Box Office and, $22.50 door (doors open at 7:00 PM)
    Info: (510) 644-2020, info ( @ ) freightandsalvage dot org

    Mariah Parker's multi-faceted approach to music blends the driving rhythmic syncopations of Latin jazz, the uplifting spirit of Eastern music, and the soul of flamenco. On January 20, 2013, at 8 PM, Mariah and her world-class Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble collaborate for a live CD recording session at the Freight & Salvage, Berkeley's premier music performance space. That evening, which is Mariah's birthday, the band will present compelling new pieces Mariah composed for a live album following up on 'Sangria,' her critically acclaimed debut release on Ancient-Future.Com Records.

    The concert features Mariah Parker (composer, piano, santur) and a stellar lineup of musicians including Paul McCandless (Grammy award-winning woodwind virtuoso with the groups Oregon and Paul Winter Consort), Matthew Montfort (pioneering guitarist with Ancient Future), Ian Dogole (global percussion), Brian Rice (Latin percussion), and Kash Killion (bass, cello, bolong)

    "Parker and friends blend the rhythmic syncopations of Latin jazz music with the entrancing, asymmetrical meters of East Indian rhythms resulting in first-class world music. Intriguing melodies that draw musical inspiration from the tempos of Brazil, Cuba, India and Spain make for an uplifting serene yet passionate musical journey into an ideal world." - LATIN BEAT MAGAZINE

    "Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble packed Yoshi's in Jack London Square, and the incredible live performance had the audience screaming for more of the Indo-Latin jazz rhythms filling the celebrated jazz club." - BERKELEY DAILY PLANET


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