Musicians Rising: Carlisle Evans Peck, Jarrelle Barton, Hemma
Bella Luna Studios at the Wolf House and MN350 proudly present Musicians Rising: Carlisle Evans Peck, Jarrelle Barton, Hemma performing an intimate evening of music at the beautiful Wolf House in NE Minneapolis.
This benefit show is part of Musicians Rising for Climate Justice, a series of shows to support the climate justice organization, MN350. MN350 unites Minnesotans as part of a global movement to end the pollution damaging our climate, speed the transition to clean energy, and create a just and healthy future for all. Learn more about MN350 here: https://mn350.org/
Doors at 7
Performances at 8
$15 at the door
Additional donations will be collected at the event. Thank you!
CARLISLE EVANS PECK strives for the heart of human connection through his compositions and musical performance. Equally at home in a wooded glade or on a cabaret stage, his music conjures a melancholia of intense beauty.
HEMMA's songs float melodies that characterize American Country music, while sustaining a penchant for the modern touch of synthesized sound. Swedish for 'at the home of one's parents', Hemma practices this craft with deep respect for the authenticity of the homespun song having grown up in a musical family. Many songs spring from the family piano in her parents home. thanks mom and papa.
At age 14, JARRELLE BARTON (Chinese name: Jie Ao, ) began learning guzheng from master Li Jiaxiang (), a former musician of the Beijing Dance Academy () who had studied with the Chaozhou zheng master Fan Shange. From Li, Barton learned traditional pieces, particularly those from the Teochew and Hakka schools of southern China, as well as modern-style guzheng solos. Now 26, Barton is in constant demand for events throughout the Twin Cities and beyond, and has developed an international following online. In 2017, he was featured on Minnesota Public Radio and invited to perform with guzheng master Bei Bei He in Los Angeles. Other notable performance venues include Macalester College, the University of Minnesota, the Mall of America, the Twin Cities Lantern Festival, the Anderson Center (residency and performance) and the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. In December 2018, he was selected for a 2018 Minnesota Emerging Composer Award (MECA), for which he will create a new large-scale composition for guzheng and mixed ensemble.
Bella Luna Studios at the Wolf House MPLS (View)
3359 Tyler Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
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