RAVENSCROFT CONCERT SERIES – Mark Guiliana
Hailed by The New York Times as “a drummer around whom a cult of admiration has formed.”
Grammy-nominated superstar drummer & composer Mark Guiliana (David Bowie, St. Vincent, Brad Mehldau) brings an adventurous spirit, eclectic palette and gift for spontaneous invention to a staggering range of styles. Equally virtuosic playing acoustic jazz, boundary-stretching electronic music, or next-level rock, he’s become a key collaborator with such original sonic thinkers as St. Vincent, Pearl Jam, Matt Cameron, Brad Mehldau, Meshell Ndegeocello, Matisyahu, and the late, great David Bowie.
Following his acclaimed quartet albums ‘Jersey’ and ‘Family First’, Mark Guiliana’s 2022 album release is everything you’d expect from him, whilst taking the music in new directions we’ve never seen from him before. In complete contrast to his latest BEAT MUSIC! work, ‘the sound of listening’ (intentionally lower case) is a deeply honest and expressive album by a musician who knows where he’s headed and what he wants to say with people he deeply trusts. He has since released ‘Mischief’, a unique collection of music from ‘the sound of listening’ recording sessions that stands as a work of its own – listen here.
Experience an unforgettable night of music as Mark Guiliana unveils his latest masterpiece alongside the exceptional talents of Josh Johnson on saxophone and Nicholas Semrad on synths. This exclusive performance at Ravenscroft Hall marks the debut of their unique trio, promising an evening of energetic artistry and innovation. Secure your tickets now and be prepared to witness musical history in the making!
Listen to more of Mark Guiliana
Featured artists include:
Mark Guiliana – Drums
Josh Johnson– Alto Saxophone
Nicholas Semrad – Synthisizers
For the Ravenscroft Concert Series, doors open at 6pm, followed by the performance beginning at 7:30pm. Choose from a fine selection of wine and craft beers before the show. Light refreshments will also be available for purchase at the bar. No food or drink will be permitted inside of Ravenscroft Hall.