Mike Tamburo is a 21st century Renaissance man who has forged his way into the consciousness of the American underground music community. For the past 13 years, Tamburo has been relentlessly releasing records (31 releases and counting) under different monikers and projects including Meisha, Arco Flute Foundation & various imprints under his own name. He has performed over 500 shows all over the United States, traveling to every nook and cranny, searching for some kind of an understanding of what America truly is.
After a month off, First Thursday kicks off the second half of the year with an eclectic mixture of klezmer, swing, and latin jazz music. Strap on your toe-tappers and get down to the library for this free event!
This and all First Thursdya Events are made possible through the generosity of the Friends of Schlow Centre Region Library.
The Allegria Ensemble was formed in 2006 by violinist Debbie Trudeau with cellist Claudia Koide and Flutist Cathy Herrera. They have performed at Juniata College, Music at Penn's Woods, Bellefonte Historical Society and many more venues.
Allegria performs baroque selections as well as unusual and contemporary pieces. They have forged relationships with living composers who, in turn have created music specifically for them.
Cure the winter blahs by attending this great First Thursday event!
Philadelphia's Flying Sutra brings together State College native George Draguns on guitar and Bob Cozzolino on drums, and the duo produce a wild, angular klang equally influenced by free jazz, avant-punk, and heavy psychedelic music. Both men have lengthy musical resumes ranging from indie-rock to improvised music to film soundtracks, but the elemental swirl of their current sound is out in some other space beyond all that, and there's a fair chance that their live show will blow the roof off the place.