Gideon Freudmann Concert
Gideon Freudmann will be performing a live soundtrack while showing the classic Silent Film, "The General" by Buster Keaton. Gideon plays an electric cello with real time looping gear and fertile imagination. He calls it CelloBop.
Folk, Blues and Jazz Cello - composer, songwriter, improviser
Composer and electric cellist Gideon Freudmann enjoys an international reputation for his innovative compositions and unique style of playing. His art is inspired by the best of classical, modern, jazz, and blues traditions, and his music is both immediately accessible and richly detailed in its nuance and complexity. His music is heard on television soundtracks, he is a regular contributor to NPR's All Things Considered, and he has produced 17 CDs. The Boston Globe said of him, "Taking a modern artist's approach to the four-stringed instrument, Gideon Freudmann has brought the cello to a new realm." His music has appeared in several episodes of Weeds a charming television show about, um, gardening. Gideon just released two CDs: the Portland inspired Rain Monsters and a compilation disc entitled Cello Shots.
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Auditorium (View)
550 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
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