Venezuelan Cuatro phenom, Carlos Carpacho will be joined by Gregory Mulkern, the musician and songwriter of Detroit’s Banjolectric, in a fusion of Venezuelan, jazz and modern Americana music.
Venezuelan Cuatro phenom, Carlos Carpacho will be joined by Gregory Mulkern, the musician and songwriter of Detroit\’s Banjolectric, in a fusion of Venezuelan, jazz and modern Americana music.
Carlos is a pioneer jazz musician whose instrument of choice is the Venezuelan Cuatro, a folk instrument that resembles a downsized classical guitar with four strings. He exists at the intersection of Jazz, World Music, and his own deeply personal artistic vision.
Gregory \”continues to pedal forward with boundry-breaking banjo-centric musical innovations” – Pop Matters, 2019. Banjolectric is something new. Modern beats, fresh contemporary lyrics, and globalized songwriting delivered by undeniable boundary-breaking banjo chops: Banjolectric is \”Americana\” for the modern America.
The event is at the Prairie Ronde Music Residency, 107 S. Main in Vicksburg, MI. Tickets are $10, VCAC Members $5. Cash bar. Seating is limited. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Tickets are $10, members of the Vicksburg Cultural Arts Center are $5. Cash bar. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Tickets may be available at the door the night of the event, but we encourage you to purchase tickets ahead of time or call (269)501-1347 before you come out to make sure the event hasn’t sold out.
2020/03/28 - 2020/03/28
Additional time info:
Doors open at 6:30, concert begins at 7 pm. Galleries in the area will be open at 5:30.