Marlboro College Spring Concerts feature eclectic musical mix


Marlboro College is pleased to present a very full schedule of events for April, including four remarkable Music for a Sunday Afternoon concerts and an unforgettable four-hand concert by renowned pianists Peter Serkin and Julia Hsu. All events are free and open to the public, part of Marlboro College's efforts to be a valuable resource for the local community.

Up next is this Sunday's concert at 3 p.m. with the David Bindman Sextet who will take the stage of Ragle Hall with what has been described by critic Mike Shanley as "a new, forceful strain of jazz." Brooklyn-based saxophonist and composer David Bindman creates works that combine many elements, emphasizing improvisation at the core. His new works merge old and new musical forms and incorporate rhythmic cycles and modalities from West Africa, India, and around the globe, and have been described as "smart, fun, and multiculturally funky" (The Georgia Straight)


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