Ascent Trio w/ Rana Tabrizi 1/31

Hello music fans! L101 and Ruthless Hippies are proud to be back hosting more great After Hours concerts at the Encinitas Library. First up is a new band called Ascent Trio formed by Tonga Ross Ma’u (piano) with Andrew Michel (bass), Carles Weller (drums) and Rana Tabrizi  (featured vocalist).

Join us this Saturday (Jan 31st) for a night of contemporary jazz featuring original compositions and fresh takes on traditional jazz repertoire.

In support of music in the community we are happy to announce a special treat for guests: a short opener for the night featuring the young jazz artists of M3 Trio!

Ms. Risa, piano (age 11)
John Murray, bass (age 10)
Carmen Murray, drums (age 12)

Enjoy these intimate concerts with zero distractions and light refreshments.

$10 advance tickets available at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/l101-after-hours-ascent-trio-featuring-guest-vocalist-rana-tabrizi-tickets-15046545623

$12 door / $11 Students and Seniors at door

After party and additional sponsorship provided by Le Papagayo Leucadia

http://www.leucadia101.com/
https://ruthlesshippies.org/
http://lepapagayoleucadia.com/

Tonga’s last show at the Library with his quartet was a huge success with great fun and music for all. We hope to see you there.

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Next After Hours Shows:

Feb 28th – Tim Flood & Friends and Darius Degher (rock/folk)

March TBA – Joshua White Trio (jazz)

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