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Banjo Summit

at Pace University - Schimmel Center for the ArtsSun Jan 20
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Location

Pace University - Schimmel Center for the Arts

1 Pace Plaza
New York NY , 10038 (map)

Tel: 212-346-1715

Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

07:30 PM
 
Sun, Jan 20, 2013

Ticket Info: OvationTix: 866-811-4111; http://www.pace.edu/schimmel

Cost:    $30-$55

Performer

Banjo Summit

This night of music features some of the world's most influential five-string banjo players, including Béla Fleck, Tony Trischka and others, who will unite for an evening featuring the banjo played in both conventional and unexpected ways. In performances ranging from solos to duets to full-tilt banjo blowouts with all ...


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This night of music features some of the world's most influential five-string banjo players, including Béla Fleck, Tony Trischka and others, who will unite for an evening featuring the banjo played in both conventional and unexpected ways. In performances ranging from solos to duets to full-tilt banjo blowouts with all of the players and an acoustic band, the stage setting will range from the traditional backdrop of bluegrass and old-time country music to the more progressive banjo genres including jazz, classical and rock music.
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