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Corazon Performing Arts
Corazón Performing Arts
125 South Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Topanga, CA 90290
Topanga, CA, US, 90290
Join Legendary LA jazz singer Dwight Trible for an evening of Cosmic Meditations with one of the leading sitarists in the country, Paul Livingstone, Sax player Randall Fisher, Ethnic Percussionist Ava Nahas & cellist Pete Jacobson. This is a special early Sunday concert offering at eclectic Corazon Performing Arts in collaboration with Soul Force Project.
DOORS OPEN 6:45PM CONCERT BEGINS 7PM
$30 GTD CHAIR SEATING
$45 Companion Pass for 2: GTD CHAIR SEATING
$20 pillow seating garden seating. CHILDREN under 12 WELCOME AND FREE.
No-one turned away for lack of funds–text if you are experiencing hardship and need a discount.
Includes beverages. Mask/vaxx required or whatever current LA County Covid mandate is in place.
DWIGHT TRIBLE, Vocals
Legendary LA jazz singer Dwight Trible brings his deeply soulful voice ( often compared to Leon Thomas and Andy Bey)to the intimate space of Corazon Performing Arts. Trible has worked with the likes of Pharoah Sanders, Horace Tapscott and Kamasi Washington (he sings lead vocals on the Epic) and brings a deep-rooted soulfulness to everything that he sings.
His Gondwana Records debut, Inspirations, was produced by Matthew Halsall and featured Halsall together with members of the Gondwana Orchestra. His forthcoming EP with The Gondwana Orchestra, Colors, is a tribute to Pharoah Sanders.
PAUL LIVINGSTONE, Sitar
Born in Beirut, Lebanon, international performing artist Paul Livingstone is one of the leading sitarists in America today. He has focused his studies in the creative tradition of Indian classical raga music in which he has been rigorously trained for the past 25 years in India and the US studying under the late Amiya Dasgupta, Rajeev Taranath and the living legend Pandit Ravi Shankar.Paul has performed in around the US, Mexico, Europe & Asia and has just returned from a major concert tour performing Indian music in Nepal, India, Czech & Germany.
As a committed composer Paul also leads his own Arohi Ensemble and has composed for film, television, theater and dance. He also plays a variety of fretless guitars and requintos of his own design and has also developed a unique style of ‘ragajazz chamber music’ blending Indian ragas, jazz, counterpoint & rhythmic material from diverse world traditions. As a creative force for true ‘world music synthesis’, Paul maintains a clear vision for the dissemination of traditional forms and is grounded in the rich cultural milieu of Los Angeles as a dedicated teaching artist & community activist.
PETE JACOBSON, Cello
Peter Jacobson is a cellist, producer, songwriter-singer, chamber musician, teacher and music selector who has recorded, performed and toured with renowned artists. He studied with Eleonore Schoenfeld at USC as well as at Cal Arts and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. In 2013 he won a Grammy for best Latin Rock Alternative or Urban Album as a member of the group Quetzal. Mr. Jacobson has recorded cello for Dr. Dre and frequently plays alongside the San Diego Symphony. Pete has recorded for film and tv, including The Walking Dead. In 2000 he was a member of the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan and has performed in the US, Mexico, Asia, Australia the Midlle East and Europe. He plays with Grammy winning Southwest Chamber Music, the Arohi Ensemble, the 440’s, SANGAM, ThE CoNcEnTr8s, Quartetto Fantastico, the Hutchins Consort and as a freelance cellist.