Live at Timucua: Baishui Gan (in-person)

Sichuanese composer and musician Baishui Gan will perform his sound art project “Sound in Motion”.

“Sound in Motion” is a project in which Baishui examines the relationship between sound and movement. Whether in terms of sound’s motion or changing, the project is intentionally open-ended; Baishui lays the musical foundations upon which a range of artists from a variety of backgrounds are invited to build through collaboration.

Born in a small Sichuanese city, Baishui is a composer and self-taught guitarist, pianist, and master of many traditional Chinese instruments. His compositions and performance have ranged across his career from neo-folk and dark-ambient-influenced music to experimental and post-rock sounds—and beyond. Throughout Baishui’s work, a near-religious serenity and atmosphere transport one to a faraway place; foreign yet familiar; where Baishui, and his listeners, seem to be the only residents.

Live at Timucua: Baishui Gan (live stream)

Sichuanese composer and musician Baishui Gan will perform his sound art project “Sound in Motion”.

“Sound in Motion” is a project in which Baishui examines the relationship between sound and movement. Whether in terms of sound’s motion or changing, the project is intentionally open-ended; Baishui lays the musical foundations upon which a range of artists from a variety of backgrounds are invited to build through collaboration.

Born in a small Sichuanese city, Baishui is a composer and self-taught guitarist, pianist, and master of many traditional Chinese instruments. His compositions and performance have ranged across his career from neo-folk and dark-ambient-influenced music to experimental and post-rock sounds—and beyond. Throughout Baishui’s work, a near-religious serenity and atmosphere transport one to a faraway place; foreign yet familiar; where Baishui, and his listeners, seem to be the only residents.

Live at Timucua: Nick Black (in-person)

Multi-instrumentalist/Vocalist Nick Black is a fun, optimistic, and authentic young artist from Memphis, TN. Influenced by the feel-good music of Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars and the musicality of legacy acts such as Al Green and Sting, Nick has created his music to sound modern and unique, yet familiar and nostalgic. His soulful sounds, precise guitar, and sultry voice are sure to capture your soul by the end of the night.

Live at Timucua: Nick Black (live stream)

Multi-instrumentalist/Vocalist Nick Black is a fun, optimistic, and authentic young artist from Memphis, TN. Influenced by the feel-good music of Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars and the musicality of legacy acts such as Al Green and Sting, Nick has created his music to sound modern and unique, yet familiar and nostalgic. His soulful sounds, precise guitar, and sultry voice are sure to capture your soul by the end of the night.

The live stream ticket gives you online access to both showtimes.

Open House: Duo Arpeggione (in-person)

Dynamic world-class artists Catherine Lan and Claudio Jaffe team up to form Duo Arpeggione, performing masterpieces for cello and piano delighting and inspiring audiences throughout Florida. In this concert, they will present a fiery program of sonatas by Saint Saens and Poulenc.

Sonata No. 1 In C Minor for cello and piano Op. 32 by Camille Saint-Saëns​
Allegro ​
Andante tranquillo sostenuto ​
Allegro moderato

Sonata for cello and piano, FP 143 by Francis Poulenc
I. Allegro – Tempo di marcia
II. Cavatine
III. Ballabile
IV. Finale

Open House: Duo Arpeggione (live stream)

Dynamic world-class artists Catherine Lan and Claudio Jaffe team up to form Duo Arpeggione, performing masterpieces for cello and piano delighting and inspiring audiences throughout Florida. In this concert, they will present a fiery program of sonatas by Saint Saens and Poulenc.

Sonata No. 1 In C Minor for cello and piano Op. 32 by Camille Saint-Saëns​
Allegro ​
Andante tranquillo sostenuto ​
Allegro moderato

Sonata for cello and piano, FP 143 by Francis Poulenc
I. Allegro – Tempo di marcia
II. Cavatine
III. Ballabile
IV. Finale

 

The live stream ticket gives you online access to both the 7:00 PM and 8:30 PM shows.

Open House: Victor Chárriez, trombone (in-person)

Classical trombone player Victor Chárriez visits Timucua to present a night of classical trombone music.

Originally from Puerto Rico, Victor recently moved to Orlando to study with Luis Fred at the University of Central Florida for his master’s degree in Trombone. He continues to travel around the world performing, recently participating in the FOOSA Fresno Summer Orchestra Academy and visiting Costa Rica to perform with the UCF Trombone Choir.

Open House: Victor Chárriez, trombone (live stream)

Classical trombone player Victor Chárriez visits Timucua to present a night of classical trombone music.

Originally from Puerto Rico, Victor recently moved to Orlando to study with Luis Fred at the University of Central Florida for his master’s degree in Trombone. He continues to travel around the world performing, recently participating in the FOOSA Fresno Summer Orchestra Academy and visiting Costa Rica to perform with the UCF Trombone Choir.

Live at Timucua: Jeff Rupert Quartet (live stream)

Jeff Rupert, Pegasus Professor and Director of Jazz Studies at UCF, will perform a selection of jazz music with his quartet.

Rupert is a saxophonist, composer, record producer, and recording artist. Well regarded in the world of Jazz, he has been featured as a soloist on dozens of recordings, including Benny Carter’s Grammy-winning “Harlem Renaissance.” He has also made a number of his own recordings, often with the Jazz Professors, UCF Flying Horse Big Band, as well as renowned soloists such as Veronica Swift.

“From the moment I first heard Jeff Rupert with my band I considered him one of the great jazz players of today.” – Maynard Ferguson

The live stream ticket gives you online access to both the 7:00 PM and 8:30 PM shows.

The Ryan Devlin Quartet presents: Thoughts on the Matter (In-Person)

Please do not bring food to this event. 

Ryan Devlin, tenor saxophone
Per Danielsson, piano
Thomas Milovac, bass
Ulysses Owens, drums

Ryan Devlin is an ambitious young musician from Central Florida. A second-generation professional saxophonist, Devlin has won awards and competitions, and was recently invited by Grammy-winning drummer and producer Ulysses Owens to perform together in Orlando. That performance went so well that Owens will join Devlin for this time around, along with acclaimed pianist Per Danielsson and bass phenom Thomas Milovac. Expect high energy standards and originals from this stellar cast of Jazz musicians!