The Sandra Wong, Dominick Leslie, Ty Burhoe Trio will appear in concert at The Performance Space on May 4th, 2012 at 7 PM.
Tickets are $15 and available at www.talarecords.com or at the door.
Sandra Wong, Dominick Leslie and Ty Burhoe come together in an unusual trio combination of nyckelharpa/fiddle, mandolin and tabla/world percussion to explore music from all corners of the globe, including their own compositions; from Bach to Shakti to Swedish Folk and Modern Bluegrass. Having made their trio concert debut at the Caramoor International Music Festival July of 2010, the project continues to gain both momentum and depth. Reaching into their individual roots of Classical Western, Classical Indian, Bluegrass, Jazz, Scandinavian, Old-time American music and more their arrangements honor each tradition while moving into new, unchartered territory.
Whether it’s old-time tunes in 7, Bach on nyckelharpa, mandolin and tabla, Swedish tunes from hundreds of years ago brought into a 21st century arrangement or Shakti revisited; Sandra, Dom, and Ty create a musical playground for everyone (both musicians and listeners) to explore, play, stretch, and grow in a joyful space.
Dominick Leslie and Sandra Wong released a collaborative album, Sunny Side Up in July of 2010 featuring guest artists Ty Burhoe, Grant Gordy, Eric Thorin, Jayme Stone and Ian Hutchison which is receiving excellent reviews from listeners. You can hear the trio in a live concert recording at http://www.FestivalLink.net. Sandra, Dom, and Ty all collaborate with numerous world class musicians and each tour nationally and internationally.
Giving back to our planet and supporting organizations working to create a more sustainable world for all beings; human and animal alike, and practicing responsible stewardship of our planet earth is a priority for the trio. A percentage of all ticket and CD sales go to support 1% for the planet and other organizations with this focus, all with top ratings from the Charity Navigator.
You are invited to join Sandra, Dom, and Ty for an evening of music at The Performance Space. For information, go to http://www.theperformancespace.com.