L101 After Hours @ Encinitas Library Concert: Bridges and Boundaries

Saturday, June 14th, 7:00pm-9:00pm. Encinitas Library 540 Cornish Dr Encinitas. $10 in advance, $12 at the door

L101 After Hours Concert: Bridges & Boundaries . It started with an idea to ‘bridge’ the top notch talent of some UCSD music students out of the University and into the San Diego music community. This concert will feature¬† Ine Vanoeveren on flute+electronics with special guest Elliot Patros on laptop, Nathan Hubbard -drums + electronics and Chris Golinski’s (drums) Trio with Drew Ceccato (sax) and Tommy Babin (bass). While touching on improv, chamber music and electronics from the varied backgrounds of jazz classical and rock, each of these performers will push the respective ‘boundaries’ of their instruments in enchanting ways!

Advanced tickets here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/l101-after-hours-bridges-and-boundaries-w-ine-vanoeveren-nathan-hubbard-and-chris-golinski-tickets-11811300919

Come out and see the best that these fine musicians have to offer!

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