THE MAGISTRATE, Brothers Cazimero, THE ORACLE and More Set for Irvine Barclay Theatre, Feb 2013
Robert and Roland - The Brothers Cazimero - are consummate performers who have made their indelible imprint on the face of contemporary Hawai'ian music. Their musical talent, incredible showmanship and infectious humor have placed them in a league of their own, untouched by any other performer in the history of Hawai'ian music.
The early 1970s were a remarkable time as the Hawa'iian culture and music began an amazing resurgence in Hawai'i. Leading the way down this amazing new path were The Brothers Cazimero, carrying a torch that sparked a new interest in music performed in the Hawai'ian language with a contemporary sound that has never been duplicated.
Brothers Cazimero are remarkable entertainers on stage who achieve a full-bodied sound that emanates from two traditional instruments, the acoustic bass and a twelve-string guitar. Their music has been celebrated around the world and has been licensed for use in film, television and commercial projects, and was featured in the hit movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Andy Statman Trio: Old Brooklyn
Presented by Irvine Barclay Theatre
Sunday, February 17, 2013 at 4pm
Tickets: $25 adults; $20 under age 30; $15 child ages 6-16.
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One of the world's premier mandolinists and clarinetists, Andy Statman has played with everyone from Izhak Perlman to Jerry Garcia. This performance is part of a national tour honoring Andy as a recipient of the 2012 National Heritage Fellowship, our nation's highest honor in the traditional arts. (Previous recipients include: Bill Monroe, BB King, Ralph Stanley, John Lee Hooker, Doc Watson and Klezmer pioneer Dave Tarras, one of Andy's early mentors.)
The Andy Statman Trio, featuring Jim Whitney on bass and Larry Eagle on drums, is known for its exciting improvisational style and deeply lyrical performances. They will be performing excerpts from their new two-volume record, Old Brooklyn, which features fiddler Byron Berline, guitarist Jon Sholle, and guest artists Ricky Skaggs, Béla Fleck, Paul Shaffer, Bruce Molsky, Art Baron, Marty Rifkin, Bob Jones, Lew Soloff, Kristen Muller and John Goodman.
One hundred years after its premiere...a new vision for Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. Intimate and sensual, this intense solo work is danced by virtuoso Paul White.
Set to Stravinsky's seminal composition, The Rite of Spring, The Oracle is devised by celebrated choreographer Mary Tankard. The work explores the conflicting forces of nature and man, masculinity and femininity, violence and nurturing, strength and vulnerability. The intensity of the subject, the stark and brooding aesthetic and the power of the rhythmic musical score deliver an atmosphere of coiled-spring emotions in this haunting and critically acclaimed work.
The performance contains nudity and adult themes. Meryl Tankard's The Oracle is part of the Barclay's contemporary dance series.