Mon, Sep 27|
Stave & Hoop
Missoula and Stave & Hoop are proud to present Quarteto Nuevo, a traveling group from California. The ensemble’s razor-sharp precision is enhanced by jazzy interludes, lightly rumbling percussion motifs and mesmerizing rhythms.
Time & Location
Sep 27, 2021, 7:00 PM
Stave & Hoop , 223 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802, USA
About the Event
Quarteto Nuevo merges western classical, eastern European folk, Latin and jazz with an organic feel that packs a wallop! Their diverse programs can be tailored to fit anywhere, from an intimate chamber music venue to a large outdoor festival. The ensemble’s razor-sharp precision is enhanced by jazzy interludes, lightly rumbling percussion motifs and mesmerizing rhythms. They effectively meld the music of ancient worlds and faraway places with a contemporary groove that enchants audiences of all ages!
Winners of the Beverly Hills National Auditions, Quarteto’s master musicians create emotionally-charged soundscapes with instruments and sensibilities that represent very different world cultures. Their unique instrumentation – soprano saxophone/alto flute (Damon Zick), cello (Jacob Szekely), guitar (Kenton Youngstrom) and hand percussion (Felipe Fraga) – richly colors their wide-ranging repertoire, from Heitor Villa-Lobos’ “Bachianas Brasileiras” and Chick Corea’s “Children’s Song No. 6″ to Traditional Macedonian “Gadjarsko” and original works “Hector, Desmond and Titus”, “Rain Song” and “Dizer O Que”.
Damon Zick – soprano saxophone, woodwinds
Kenton Youngstrom – acoustic guitar
Jacob Szekely – cello
Felipe Fraga – percussion
Music will begin around 7:00p, doors open at 5:30p. All tickets are general admission, therefore seating is first come, first serve. While it is a small venue and therefore all seats are good acoustically, some seats will share tables. The S&H bar and kitchen will be available for food (prior) and drink (prior, intermission and post show) orders. Out of respect for the musicians, we ask that all food orders be place prior to 6:15 and drinks ordered before the performance or at the 30 minute intermission.
All tickets are general admission, therefore seating is first come, first serve. While it is a small venue and therefore all seats are good for viewing, some seats will share tables.