I am a HUGE fan of both of these artists and already have my ticket, but wanted to pass this exciting opportunity along to anyone who might be interested. Look up both Luciana Souza and/or Romero Lubambo on YouTube to sample their music. They are simply SUPERB and I can't recommend them highly enough! Pass along to others as this is such a low cost opportunity for an awesome afternoon of entertainment!
Come enjoy a Grammy-worthy afternoon with nominee
and pay what you wish!
The Anderson Center for the Performing Arts is excited to present 2013 Grammy nominee Luciana Souza and jazz guitarist Romero Lubambo in Brazilian Duos on Sunday, February 10, at 3 p.m. in Watters Theater. And we are equally excited to offer for the first time ever, an opportunity to "pay what you wish."
Souza has been nominated for a Grammy four times for best jazz vocals. She currently has two albums nominated for a Grammy - The Book of Chet in the Best Jazz Vocal category and Duos III in the Best Latin Jazz category.
Lubambo is a gifted guitarist whose unique sound unites the style and rhythms of his Brazilian heritage with the American jazz tradition. According to one critic, he is one of the "best practitioners of his craft in the world today."
The "pay what you wish" special pricing allows you to let us know what you think is a fair price for this concert. Minimum donation $1.00 per ticket. Tickets were originally priced at $20 general public; $15 BU faculty/staff and seniors; and $10 for students.
So come enjoy a cold winter afternoon at the Anderson Center with hot Brazilian jazz when Luciana Souza and Romero Lubambo join forces in Brazilian Duos on Sunday, February 10.
For tickets and information: 607-777-ARTS oranderson.binghamton.edu
"This tour engagement of Luciana Souza is funded through Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation's Jazz Touring Network with support from the National Endowment for the Arts".
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