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Hothouse @ PAFA After Dark - Vince Tampio

Vince Tampio 1HotHouse At PAFA After Dark Concert Series

Wednesday, October 19 - 7PM / Vince Tampio

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts / PAFA

118-128 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

For Tickets: Click Here

 

Hothouse events are FREE of charge, but you must pay museum admission to attend.

 

HotHouse: A musical laboratory for Jazz/New Music/Improvisors and Cutting Edge Artists - providing a public space for experimentation, rehearsals, concept and project development with an audience-response/dialogue component built in. HotHouse will present a series of five events as part of PAFA After Dark during their Fall 2016 season. Featuring some of Philadelphia’s most creative Jazz/New Music/Improvising Artists, HotHouse will shock, entertain, challenge and confront.

 

Vince TampioVince Tampio is a professional trumpeter, arranger/composer, educator and multi-instrumentalist in the Philadelphia and New York regions. His primary instrument is trumpet; he also performs on assorted brass and electric bass. Vince holds a Masters of Music degree in Jazz Performance from the University of the Arts and holds a Bachelor of Science in Music degree concentrating in Jazz Studies and Theory & Composition from the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz.
 
Vince is the trumpeter and arranger for Philadelphia’s premier 1960’s soul tribute band The York Street Hustle. Additionally, he works with a number of other bands that cross genres including funk, rock, folk, jazz and electronic. He is also a founding member of Philadelphia’s answer to the Memphis Horns, the Philly Phatness horn section. Vince has appeared on more than 20 albums during the past five years, including his own debut solo album SYZYGY (2014), and its follow up, SYZYGY: Remix (2014). Fast becoming a sought after trumpet and arranger, Vince continually pursues work performing, arranging, composing, teaching and recording original music.

 

Event Description:
A live performance of improvised music featuring the interaction of instruments from different cultures. The music would be an improvised conversation between traditional Jazz instruments and non-western instruments including Eastern European percussion and Indian drone instrument, the tanpura. The performers would be arranged in a circle (ideally in the Rotunda) to maximize sight lines. The audience would be encouraged to interact with and participate in the musical conversation. The audience would also be free to move around the performance space with respect/consideration of the performers and equipment.

 

Musical Accompaniment:
-  Trumpet – Vince Tampio
-  Saxophone – Brian Blaker
-  Electric bass – Jonathan C
-  Percussion (Eastern European) – Ben Diamond
-  Tanpura – Sarah Robertson

 

Find out more about Vince Tampio at his website:

www.vincetampio.com

 

HotHouse At PAFA After Dark Concert Series

Wednesday, October 19 - 7PM / Vince Tampio

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts / PAFA

118-128 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

For Tickets: Click Here

 

Hothouse events are FREE of charge, but you must pay museum admission to attend.

 

See you at the PAFA After Dark!

 

HotHouse At PAFA After Dark Concert Series is produced by Philadelphia Jazz Project in collaboration with Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts / PAFA.

 

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Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Culture Trust | Greater Philadelphia, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.

 

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