Saturday’s program will be played three times in different spaces in the museum
By Peter Alexander June 25 at 12 noon
Where can you hear an eclectic combination of a folk/rock singer/songwriter, a classical guitarist, a chamber music violinist and a classical cellist?
If you think that that mix sounds like pure Boulder, you’re right, and the answer is at the Museum of Boulder this Saturday (June 26) from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The doors of the museum will open at 5 p.m., and the musicians will perform their set three times, every 30 minutes starting at 5:30 p.m.
The performances will take place in three different spaces, two of the museum galleries and ending on the rooftop, where refreshments will be served. Patrons will be free to sit and enjoy the performances, or explore the museum’s galleries while listening to the music.
The performers will be:
- Singer/Songwriter Bob Barrick, known by his stage name Kingdom Jasmine. He has released thee albums reflecting rock, folk and psychedelic influences.
- Classical guitarist Andrew Wilder, who studied in Italy before building a career in the United States. His greatest interest is music of the Baroque and Classical periods, including the lute works of J.S. Bach.
- Violinist Tom Yaron, who has played in orchestras in Germany, the U.S. and Japan. A graduate of the Juilliard School and CU Boulder, he was a founding member of the Ajax String Quartet.
- Cellist Joseph Howe, principal cellist of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra and assistant principal with the Greeley Philharmonic. A graduate of the University of Oregon and CU Boulder, he also performs as a Baroque cellist.
Tickets are available here and will include after-hours admission to the museum.