This Friday Night, Two GREAT Shows in Amarillo!

Jul 31, 2018

Today on High Plains Morning, we had a full house in the studio thanks to TWO SHOWS happening this Friday in Amarillo. (Scroll down for details!)

First, thanks so much to my guests from Chamber Music Amarillo, Karen Logan (Executive Director) and David Palmer (Artistic Director), for sharing highlights from the upcoming 2018/2019 season; it opens on September 21st & 22nd with Animal House. Plus, they told us a little more about their new Fazioli piano – a treasure for our High Plains region! If you’d like to catch it in action, don’t miss the recital this Friday night at 7:30pm. It features Evgeny Zvonnikov (West Texas A&M University) on violin, and he gave us a little preview. Plus, Diego Caetano (Amarillo College) will be working the new piano. These two head off to Brazil next week for a multi-city tour. We wish you safe travels, gentlemen!

Hear the full interview, as well as Evgeny’s masterful performance, on this link:

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Chamber Music Amarillo

Recital: Evgeny Zvonnikov (Violin) + Diego Caetano (Piano)

CMA’s Fibonacci Space (3306 SW 6th Ave.)

7: 30 PM — FREE Concert

Repertoire:

Mozart — Sonata, K 301

Brahms — Sonata No. 1, Op. 78

Faure — Sonata, No. 1, Op. 13

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Then, we welcomed Mark Erickson of Comanche Moon into the studio for a live set of songs from the new album, Country Music Deathstar. They are having their album release party this Friday night at GoldenLight Cantina. The show opens with music from Fine & Dandy, and admission includes a copy of the new CD.

Hear MOST of the interview with Mark here, plus his in-studio set. (Sorry, I lopped off the first couple seconds!):

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Comanche Moon

Album Release Party: Country Music Deathstar

GoldenLight Cantina (2906 SW 6th Ave.)

with Special Guests: Fine & Dandy

8: 30 PM —  $12 (includes CD)

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THANK YOU ALL FOR SUPPORTING LIVE MUSIC ON THE HIGH PLAINS!