Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Sunday, March 4, 2018 - 3:00pmRagle Hall, Serkin Center

Concert by Adam Rudolph and Alexis Marcelo

Marlboro welcomes a duo of fascinating figures from the New York City music scene, composer and percussionist Adam Rudolph and pianist Alexis Marcelo, in a concert of wild and wide-ranging music. Hailed a “pioneer in world music” by the New York Times and "a master percussionist" by Musician magazine, Adam Rudolph has performed extensively in concert throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia for the past four decades. Adam has released more than 25 recordings, performed with Yusef Lateef and many other master musicians, and composed for his ensembles Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures, Hu: Vibrational percussion group, and Go: Organic Orchestra. Pianist, composer, and producer Alexis Marcelo has a unique sound founded on the great traditions of African American Music with a driving quest for new music. Educated at UMASS Amherst and Harlem School of The Arts, Alexis plays a variety of music from R&B and gospel to hip-hop, house, and jazz, and is featured on recordings with Yusef Lateef, Mike Pride, Sean Noonan, and Malcolm Mooney. Photo by C. Daniel Dawson

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