Creative Cauldron’s “Passport to the World of Music” Live Streaming Series presents Abbey Lincoln Tribute and RAYMI

Ellen Selby Art & Culture

Creative Cauldron presents a musical tour of the world in our intimate cabaret space turned high-def live stream studio, with a diverse musical line up specially curated by Ken Avis and Lynn Veronneau of the Wammie Award-winning jazz samba group Veronneau and Resident Artist Matt Conner. The series features blues, jazz, Latin, fusion, bluegrass, Broadway and folk from around the world. Our 10th installment of the “Passport to the World of Music” concert series promises another first-rate music festival that allows you to travel the world from the comfort of your home.

Concerts will live stream from Creative Cauldron at 7:30 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 7:00 PM on Sundays, from January 23 thru March 27th. All tickets cost $15.

Friday, February 12th, 7:30 PM
Abbey Lincoln Tribute
with Michael Bowie, Shacara Rogers, Janelle Gill

“Betty Carter introduced me to the industry, and Abbey Lincoln molded me into an artist,” says bassist Michael Bowie. 3 Abbey albums, and 1 Grammy winning album (Look What I’ve Got – Betty Carter) to his credit, Michael has selected songs written by, and closely attributed to, these ladies of song. This show will feature Janelle Gil (piano) and Shacara Rogers (vocalist), in an intimate set featuring the music of Abbey and Betty.

Saturday, February 13th, 7:30 PM
RAYMI

This DC based band brings the haunting sounds and mystic power from The Andes to the rest of the Americas and the world. RAYMI uses traditional instruments such as Zampoñas and Quenas while also exploring the possibilities that the bass, guitars and drums can have together with the Andes tradition.

Who/What:
“Passport to the World of Music “ Concert Series

When:
January 22 – March 27, 2021
Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sunday at 7:00 pm

Where:
www.creativecauldron.org
Live Streaming

Info:
Tickets: $15


About Creative Cauldron

Creative Cauldron is a non-profit arts organization whose innovative programs in the performing and visual arts embody collaboration, experimentation and community engagement. Creative Cauldron was founded by Producing Director Laura Connors Hull in 2002. In June of 2009, Creative Cauldron acquired a permanent home in ArtSpace Falls Church, a 3,000 square foot flexible arts space that provides a venue for year-round classes, live performances of theater, music and dance and visual art exhibits. Programs are presented in part through grants from the Virginia Commission for the Arts, The National Endowment for the Arts, the Arts Fairfax, the City of Falls Church and the Little City CATCH Foundation, and the Ross-Roberts Fund for the Arts.

Creative Cauldron
410 South Maple Avenue
Falls Church, VA 22042

www.creativecauldron.org