Live: Dúo del Sol, Laguna Art Museum, March 13


Date: March 13, 2014Dúo del Sol

Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Free for museum members; free for non-members with museum admission ($5.00-$7.00)

Dúo del Sol is a latin guitar duo comprised of Tom Farell and Javier Orman. The duo’s first album, Mirá, a five-track EP, has critics praising their music as “seat of the pants playing, confident enough to take risks” with “compositions that live in the land of exceptional genius.”
Guitarist Tom Farrell strides effortlessly across the worlds of classical, contemporary, and music of the globe. As conductor of the Los Angeles Electric 8, Farrell launched the group on a successful East Coast tour in the spring of 2011; they were greeted with enthusiasm at the Strathmore Guitar Festival and received a Critics’ Pick in Time Out New York. Rising opportunities in Los Angeles have continued to shape Farrell into an extremely versatile guitar player and composer. Recently he recorded “Hermano” for the soundtrack of the Will Ferrell movie Casa de mi Padre.
Uruguayan violinist Javier Orman brings to Dúo del Sol a diverse array of influences, from J.S. Bach to Thom Yorke to Horace Silver. He has toured with Entropy Ensemble, a hybrid chamber/jazz group that routinely shuffles forward-driven rock’n’roll, jazzed-up reggae, and minimalism, all while re-interpreting Radiohead. He has also performed throughout Latin America with his Terranova Piano Trio. In 2009 he founded Kidzymphony, an orchestral program for young children in Charleston, South Carolina, that continues to nurture fifty children in music each year.

Live! at the Museum is an ongoing series of early-evening concerts in the museum’s galleries, a feast of sight and sound. In presenting the series, Laguna Art Museum has partnered with Laguna Beach Live!, an organization cherished by music lovers for its work in bringing performances by top-level, professional musicians to the Laguna Beach community. Not only are the galleries an appropriately beautiful setting in which to experience great music, they also boast fine acoustics. The concerts take place the second Thursday of each month from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
To reserve your tickets, please make a reservation online through our website, or contact Membership Manager Valerie Tate at 949.494.8971 x203. Tickets will not be available for online purchasing after 4:00 p.m. the day of the concert, but will be available at the museum front desk. Reservation holders are advised to arrive no later than 15 minutes before the performance, otherwise your seats will be released to the waiting list. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Laguna Art Museum
307 Cliff Drive
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

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