Hailed as “ground-breaking” by noted folklorist and NEA Award-recipient Mick Moloney and “bursting with creativity” by renowned fiddler Kevin Burke, Dana Lyn and Kyle Sanna connect the dots between their experience as composers and improvisers in New York City’s rich musical community and their deep admiration for traditional Irish music. Lyn and Sanna have brought their inventive arrangements and nuanced interpretations of traditional music to clubs, festival stages and concert halls throughout the US and Canada.
Noble University Center
The DuPont Brothers are headliners for our second Concert for Nepal.
Following a wonderful turnout during senior week for our first concert, and a summer of fundraising activities, we will hold one final concert to help raise funds to rebuild schools damaged by the earthquakes in Nepal earlier this year.
Student, faculty and community musicians will play from 7 to 9pm, with the DuPont Brothers taking the stage around 9pm.
The Second International Conference on Música Norteña Mexicana concludes with a concert by Pima Express from Arizona. This four-piece band plays a mix of country & western, rock, and chicken scratch—a kind of música norteña played by Native American groups in the Sonoran desert.
The NCAT Lab, located on the lower level of Noble Center, will be available for any member of the SLU community to use during specified hours beginning on 8/26/15. Current hours are always posted on the NCAT site.
Dozens of local musicians—students, faculty, staff, and community—will be giving their time and talent for this performance. Len Mackey, with the help of Shihao Li '17, will start things off with a West African drumming workshop on the grass behind Noble Center, beginning around 6:30pm. The concert, to raise funds to rebuild schools damaged by last weekend's earthquake in Nepal, begins at 7pm, with Nepali drumming group Horn Please kicking things off. The lineup includes Gretchen Koehler and the Madstop Fiddlers, the Bee Children, the Ad Hoc Singers, Mary Ann Casale, Ameri
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This event is supported by the Hovey/Brown Endowment for the Arts and the Alcoa Foundation Cultural Affairs Program Fund.
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