Guitarist Marc Ribot: Solo Concert with Charlie Chaplin's The Kid
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Leave it to the largest community choir in North America to stage the biggest holiday spectacle of them all: Play It Again Santa from the Seattle Men's Chorus. Known as "Seattle's Other Holiday Tradition," the Chorus's holiday concerts are packed with good cheer and great music. Nostalgic carols, sing-alongs and brilliantly hilarious versions of seasonal favorites add up to a thrilling and festive show. Make time for the magic -- and tradition -- of Play It Again Santa at Benaroya Hall. Learn More
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- Find out more about Marc at his website.
- Read a Flavorpill interview with Marc about the score.
- "Ribot is a musician for whom the description 'guitarist's guitarist' is genuinely appropriate... [The Kid] was a profound and profoundly challenging evening of music, and established a new high water mark for a live music venue in Dallas." --Dallas Observer
Marc Ribot, a “guitarists’ guitarist” by any reckoning, is simply one of the most distinctive, transporting, and plainly unyielding of guitarists playing today. A veteran of a multitude of projects of his own, he also has enlivened the work of artists as varied as Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, John Zorn, and Allison Krauss and Robert Plant’s hit album Raising Sand.
For his Earshot concert in Seattle, he performs solo guitar music in a program that culminates in his performance of his new solo-guitar score for one of the classics of early film, Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid, which starred the impish Jackie Coogan in the title role. The New York Guitar Festival commissioned the score, and Ribot premiered it last year during the festival at Merkin Hall in New York.