The Concerto: Electric and Otherwise!
Saturday, September 2, 2017, 7:30 p.m.
Shrine of the Ages
Merriam Webster dictionary defines “concerto” as: “… a piece for one or more soloists and orchestra with three contrasting movements,” but in the hands of virtuosi like Joe Deninzon, Robert Bonfiglio, and Jon Klibonoff,
the concerto is like nothing you’ve heard before.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Joe Deninzon’s Dream Diary: Concert for 7-String Electric Violin and Orchestra and Heitor Villa Lobos’s Concerto for Harmonic, and other surprises in virtuosity, with jazz violinist Joe Deninzon, harmonica player Robert Bonfiglio and pianist Jon Klibonoff.
“As at home in the world of Grappelli and O’Connor as he is in the world of Jimi Hendrix and Steve Vai, Joe Deninzon may be our next national violin treasure!”
— Jedd Beaudoin www.seaoftranquility.com
“Master of the Harmonica – His playing is something you have to hear to believe.” – Boston Globe
“The Paganini of the harmonica” The Los Angeles Times
Tickets Available May 1