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Friday May 13, 2016 • Doors Open 7:30 PM

Oh Yeah! ... Seth Kibel Group

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Seth Kibel -- clarinet, saxophone, flute
Simone Baron -- accordion
Tom Holtz -- tuba
Tim Jarvis -- drums

Performing with some of the finest bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, Seth Kibel has made a name for himself as one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier woodwind specialists wowing audiences everywhere on saxophone, clarinet, and flute. Over the last dozen years he has been the recipient of so many Washington Area Music Awards (WAMMIES) that we've lost count. Amongst his many musical achievments he has been named Best World Music Instrumentalist and Best Jazz Instrumentalist. Seth has appeared with such notables as Sam Moore (Sam & Dave), Percy Sledge, The Coasters, and Johnnie Johnson. He has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Carter Barron Amphitheatre, the Lowell Folk Festival in Lowell, Massachusetts, as well as on several European tours.

Known for her fiery and charismatic presence, Simone Baron is a multifaceted musician whose work as a pianist,accordionist, conductor, arranger and composer strives to experiment and engage with a broad range of audiences, musical languages/traditions and art forms. She has performed throughout Europe, Israel and North America, appearing as a soloist and chamber musician in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall, Targ Hall (Jerusalem), Centro Pitigliani (Rome), Lindlar Klavierfest, the World Bank and Wolf Trap to the LaMama experimental theatre, Twins jazz club and Berlin artist squats. Simone's fascination with the accordion's possibilities have opened the door to beautiful intra-genre collaborations with puppeteers and performance artists, and explorations into the soundscapes of jazz, klezmer, and Brazilian musical traditions.

Tom Holtz former tubist with "The President's Own" United States Marine Band in Washington, D.C. is an active musician in both classical and jazz venues. He has performed with a diverse range of groups such as the Bayfield Brass Quintet, the Last Chance Jazz Band, Big Bertha's Rhythm Kings, the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, the Federal Jazz Commission, the Handel Choir of Baltimore and local Oktoberfest favorite Heimat Echo.

As a small child, Tim Jarvis was first inspired by watching Maynard G. Krebs (from TV's Dobie Gillis) play bongos. In 1972, he began his professional career, playing drumset and percussion for community theater productions. Over the last forty years his musical career has included performances on National Public Radio and PBS, as well as local television and radio spots. He has performed everything from circus band music to country blues as well as numerous popular American music genres spanning from the 1920s through the 1990s.

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