Date(s) - Monday April 3, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rio Bravo Fine Art Gallery, 110 N. Broadway, Truth or Consequences
Virtuoso violinist Jack Glatzer returns to Sierra County with a new multi-media program dedicated to Native Americans. Music is taken from works by Eugene Ysaye, Bach, Geminiani and Paganini, “illuminated” with paintings by Remington, Russel, Bierstadt, and Gorman. Glatzer’s solo violin performance will include a new work by New Mexican composer Ron Malthais, Variations on the Hymn ‘Amazing Grace’. The concert will highlight the survival of many Native American cultures and achievements of individuals in painting, sculpture, ballet and sports.
Born in Dallas and educated at Yale and Oxford, Glatzer performs internationally. His musical travels have taken him to over 50 countries. His local concerts are sponsored by the Sierra County Arts Council.
The Rio Bravo Fine Art Gallery is located at 110 N. Broadway, in Truth or Consequences, admission $10 ($5 for SCAC members). Glatzer will also offer an interactive concert Monday at the T or C Middle School. This concert series is sponsored by the Sierra County Arts Council (SCAC). www.sierracountyarts.com