Timucua Presents: Eric Jacobsen

Eric Jacobsen is the music director of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. Before that, he was a founding member of string quartet Brooklyn Rider and chamber orchestra The Knights. He spoke with host David MacDonald in April 2017.

Thanks to the National Young Composers Challenge for supporting the Timucua Arts Foundation and this episode of Timucua Presents.

Be sure to stop by the Accidental Music Festival Marathon on May 20, 2017. This year’s marathon will be held at 80 W Grant St. in the SoDo District from 1-10pm. Here are all the details, including a full lineup.

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Live Art: Jonathan Yubi and Matt Duke

Artborne Magazine founders Jonathan Yubi and Matt Duke. Jonathan is the publisher and Matt is the creative director, and the two of them got together with Marla and Boris in March 2017 to talk about the magazine, Orlando’s evolving arts scene, and its relationship to the arts beyond.

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TP Bonus: Karl Berger Improvisers Orchestra performance

This is a live performance at Timucua from 19 March 2017, featuring Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso, and the Improvisers Orchestra made up of a group of Central Florida musicians.

This show is made possible through the support the National Young Composers Challenge, which supports and showcases the next generation of U.S. composers at their annual Composium. More information on their site.

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Timucua Presents: Karl Berger

Karl Berger is a composer, performer, improviser, educator and more. Along with his long-time artistic collaborator Ingrid Sertso, one of his major projects of the last few decades is the Creative Improvisers Orchestra. Karl, Ingrid, and the Creative Improvisors Orchestra performed at Timucua 19 Mar., and he gave several talks and workshops while he was in town. Karl sat down with Creative Minded 5’s Matt Gorney to talk about his life and career in creative music.

Thanks to the National Young Composers Challengefor supporting the Timucua Arts Foundation and this episode of Timucua Presents.

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Live Art SNEAK PREVIEW!

We’re launching a new series here in the Timucua Presents feed called Live Art. Once a month, artist Marla E and curator Boris Douglas Garbe will chat with a different visual artist. In this preview episode, Boris and Marla chat about Marla’s recent work created live during a performance by The What Thing at Timucua in February.

Marla painting live at Timucua 19 Feb 2017
Marla painting live at Timucua 19 Feb 2017

Thanks to Celebrating Women Who Compose for supporting this episode. Performances March 7 at Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts and March 17 at Christ Church Unity.

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TP Bonus: Lucy Woodward’s “Live Live Live”

Lucy Woodward’s “Live Live Live” from her 2016 album Til They Bang on the Door. Thanks to Lucy and GroundUP music for allowing us to share it with you. It’s available now on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and elsewhere.

She will be performing at Timucua on Thurs., 16 Feb. at 7:30. For more information, visit Timucua.com. Tickets are $10 for members and $20 for non-members.

Thanks to O2 Pictures for supporting the Timucua Arts Foundation and this episode of Timucua Presents.

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Timucua Presents: Lucy Woodward

Lucy Woodward is a singer-songwriter whose influences include soul jazz and indie rock. She will be performing at Timucua on Thurs., 16 Feb. at 7:30. For more information, visit Timucua.com. Tickets are $10 for members and $20 for non-members.

The music you hear throughout the interview is part of Lucy’s 2016 album Til They Bang on the Door.

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TP Bonus: Helena performance

Helena performs All I Was Doing Was Breathing (2009) by David Brunner, text by Mirabai.

They will be performing a free concert at Timucua on Sunday, 5 February at 7:30. For more information, visit Timucua.com.

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Timucua Presents: Helena

Helena is a vocal chamber ensemble from Orlando. They will be performing a free concert at Timucua on Sunday, 5 February at 7:30. For more information, visit Timucua.com.

This episode features an interview with Helena founder Sarah Purser.

The music you hear throughout the interview was recorded live at Timucua from Helena’s May 2016 performance at the Accidental Music Festival Marathon:

  • Gwyneth Walker, text by Lucille Clifton: My Girls (1998)
  • Abbie Betinis, text by Victor Hugo: Be Like The Bird (2009)
  • David Brunner, text by Mirabai: All I Was Doing Was Breathing (2009)

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