Colorado Chamber Orchestra presents Microstock 8, a concert of microtonal music, featuring: Priya Hariharan (South Indian (Karnatic) violin / vocalist); Gregory Sanchez from Albequerque (17 and 19 tone guitars); Stickman 19 Tone Power Trio, featuring Neil Haverstick (19 tone guitar), Mary Stribling (19 tone bass) and Thomas Blomster (drums).
by Peter Thelen, Published 2013-10-17The concert will be held Saturday, November 9, 2013 8:00 PM at Cameron Church, 1600 Pearl St. Denver, CO. For info, call 303-231-0063 or visit Neil Haverstick's website www.microstick.net.
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Related artist(s): Neil Haverstick (Stick Man)
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