Performing Arts Series Presents Eclectica with Tracy Silverman
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WARRENSGBURG, MO Feb. 18, 2010) - UCM’s Performing Arts Series presents Eclectica in concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, in Hendricks Hall.
Inventive, inspiring and thoroughly entertaining, Eclectica weaves sound-pieces together with a groove that is alive from the first note to the last encore. With sing-along choruses and three-part vocals, Eclectica is a celebration and a concert on the same stage.
Silverman Returns to Hendricks
Performing Arts Series audiences will remember electric violinist Tracy Silverman from his 2008 appearance on the Hendricks Hall stage with pianist Jim Brickman in the Performing Arts Series holiday concert. Silverman is a Windham Hill artist and currently teaches jazz and rock violin at Belmont University.
Joining Silverman is making up the genre-defying band are five-time Grammy Award-winning drummer Roy “Futureman” Wooten of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones and bass legend Steve Forrest, currently one of Nashville’s top session performers and bass chair of “The Wooten Brothers and Friends,” a Nashville institution.
Part of UCM's Jazz Festival
The concert is in conjunction with the UCM Jazz Festival and is sponsored by the UCM Department of Music. In addition to the stage performance, Eclectica will conduct free improvisation and percussions workshops.
Reserve Your Seats Now
Tickets are available now by contacting the Performing Arts Series box office at 660-543-8888.