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2018 Pittsburg Chamber Music Festival: Summer Kicks Jazz Band
2018 Pittsburg Chamber Music Festival: Summer Kicks Jazz Band
When:  Thu, June 21 2018 08:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location:  Bicknell Family Center for the Arts
2018 Pittsburg Chamber Music Festival (June 18 - 23)
On its 6th edition, the Festival brings together some of the finest musicians in the Four-State area. Chamber music is a unique form of art that has been referred to as "the music of friends." With major support from Pittsburg State University, the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts, the PSU Music Department, the Colonial Fox Theater Foundation, the Treble Clef Club, and professional artists in the area, the 2018 edition promises to keep the highest level of performances to which our demanding audience is used to.

Thursday, June 21
Summer Kicks Jazz Band 
Outdoor Concert
Free of Charge
Bicknell Family Center for the Arts (Front Lawn)

Directed by PSU trombone professor, the Summer Kicks Jazz Band is a well-kept summer tradition having performed almost every summer. It attracts PSU students, faculty, alumni, and community. Come out on a beautiful evening and enjoy some jazz under the stars. 

Friday, June 22
The Eight Seasons
Performed by Violinist Raul Munguia
& The Ensemble Rosso
Bicknell Family Center for the Arts
7:30 pm 
Admission $10

PSU Violin Professor, Dr. Raul Munguia, will be joined by well-known established Baroque string players from the KC area. This concert contrasts Antonio Vivaldi's timeless Four Seasons with Astor Piazzolla's tango-inspired The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires. Combining Vivaldi & Piazzolla together like this underlines the meteorological and cultural differences between Mediterranean Europe and the warm heart of South America. To have them performed side by side creates a fascinating and interesting programme of similarities and contrasts.

Saturday, June 23
Corky Siegel's Chamber Blues
Colonial Fox Theater
Admission $25

PSU & the Colonial Fox team up for the Finale of the 2018 Pittsburg Chamber Music Festival. Few can claim to have forged an entirely original genre of music. Corky Siegel did just that. Guiding the blues out of the smoky caverns of Big John's & Pepper's Lounge and onto the stages of the Chicago Symphony, New York Philharmonic and beyond. Corky reaches across the globe from different sides of the musical landscape, dissolving the walls between genre and people to take us to places we have never been before
Dr. Raúl A. Munguía D.M.A. Assistant Professor
Director of Orchestras & Professor of Violin/Viola
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