NB: This Saturday night show is not at the Timucua white house.
Saturday, October 1st - Scharrón-Wiesinger Duo
At Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts - Buy tickets
7:30pm doors, 8:00pm show.
Guitarist Eladio Scharrón and flutist Carrie Wiesinger celebrate the release of their album Heroés! The album focuses on music of the late Spanish-French composer Antonio Ruiz-Pipó (1934-97) and features the works of composers from Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba, Florida, and an Argentinian composer with roots in New York and Puerto Rico. With a concentration of composers form the Caribbean region, the album will tell a story with compositions spanning 30 years.
Sunday, October 2nd - Music for trumpet and electronics
Live sculpting by Diego Inkusual
7:00pm doors, 7:30pm show. Free admission, donations encouraged
Trumpet player Mark Sunderland will perform six works by Central Florida Composers Thad Anderson, Charlie Griffin, Chan Ji Kim and Steve Kornicki. In addition, Mark will perform Karlheinz Stockhausen’s 15-minute tour de force Aries from “Sirius,” which has been described as "a modern mystery play, clothed as a science fiction story."
The Timucua Arts Foundation and its “White House” venue have become one of the busiest new music presenters in Florida, averaging some sixty folk, jazz, experimental and classical music performances annually - typically free of charge - in a distinctive living room concert hall that seats one hundred. Most concerts also feature a visual artist creating work live on stage. Guests bring a bottle of wine or dish to share, donate to the performers and sometimes buy a painting from the featured artist.
In addition to the living room concerts, Timucua supports three distinct constituent organizations: