Planes on Paper
Planes on Paper with special guests, Denise Dillenbeck and Mark Goodenberger
Yakima's singer-songwriting duo, Planes on Paper (Navid Eliot and Jen Borst), perform at the Yakima Valley Museum for the first time. Planes on Paper will be joined throughout the concert by another local duo, classical musicians Denise Dillenbeck (Concertmaster, Yakima Symphony Orchestra) and Mark Goodenberger (Director of Percussion Studies, CWU).
This intimate evening will showcase Navid and Jen's stellar songwriting and exceptional musical arrangements, in a truly one-of-a-kind collaboration between Yakimas very own nationally-recognized local folk duo and two of the Central Washingtons most venerable classical musicians.
General admission seating. Doors open at 6:30 P.M. Concert at 7:30 P.M. Refreshments will be available, as well as unique food options provided by one or more local gourmet food trucks
TICKETS: $25 in advance; $30 at the door
ABOUT PLANES ON PAPER
Its easy to see why Planes on Paper is starting to attract serious attention on the neo-folkie scene.
Paul de Barros, The Seattle Times
"There has been no shortage of bands that sound like Planes on Paper in the last 10 years of Seattle music, which makes it simultaneously delightful and frustrating when one of them is clearly a full head taller than the others."
- Sean Nelson, The Stranger -
This is folk music at the highest level.
Greg Jones, Ear to the Ground Music
Planes on Paper expertly maneuvers dual vocals to produce this eerie, serene, beautiful aesthetic  simultaneously mellow and powerful.
Fallon Schlossman, WNYC New York
As a one year-old project, Planes on Paper was already receiving high praise from a nearly endless list of media outlets across the country: The Seattle Times, American Songwriter Magazine, KEXP Seattle, WNYU New York, The Revue, Ear To The Ground, and The Stranger, to name just a few. Now two years into the band, the praise continues, and the songwriting duo is selling out small venues on both coasts of the US, and playing some of the Northwests most noteworthy festivals... all without yet releasing an album; that unconventional path speaks volumes about the strength of Planes on Papers live performances. Described as, a cohesive, stark showcase of pure, unadulterated song craft, they are a show not to be missed.
Yakima Valley Museum (View)
2105 Tieton Drive
Yakima, WA 98902
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