Tuesday, October 31, 2006

TaborNeighbor™ House Concerts

After several quiet months, the Tabor Neigbor™ House Concert Series gets going again with a bang (or was that more of a “boing..?”).

First off, prodigal brother-in-law Craig Carothers will again grace our presence as he makes his Fall swing through the Northwest on Saturday, November 18th. Tickets are $10, doors open at 7:00 PM.

2 weeks later,
Gideon Freudmann plays here on Saturday, December 2nd, at 7:00 PM. Do yourself a huge favor and click on Gideon's name up there; go on now, I’ll wait...

After you do that, prepare to email me your reservation, because you are not going to want to miss this one!

Gideon plays this wacky electric cello that bears a striking resemblence to one of those cartoon boat anchors. He runs it though a series of digital looping effects, allowing him to, as his press kit states: “…conduct a virtual symphony from the body of a single instrument.” Or as I state: “…cause everybody’s jaw to hit the floor in utter astonishment.”

In case you don't believe me, check out this interview with Gideon on NPR’s Weekend Edition, then be prepared to email me your reservation