OCTOBER - 2019
October 10 - 14th • Lowell, MA - Lowell Celebrates Kerouac is a 4 day festival observing the 50th Anniversary of the Passing of Jack Kerouac in October of 1969 and His Continuing Literary and Cultural Legacy
David will be featured at the following events:
Thur. Oct. 10th 8:00 pm @ Cappy's Copper Kettle
Music and Poetry readings (with David Amram) hosted by John McDermott
Fri. Oct 11th 7:15pm @ Zorba’s Music Hall 437 Market Street.
Remembrances of Billy Koumantzelis and Al Hinkle
Fri. Oct 11th 8:30pm @ Zorba’s Music Hall 437 Market Street.
A Night of Jazz with the Legendary David Amram, and his band: Kevin Twigg on drums, Rene Hart on bass, and Adam Amram on Percussion
10:00pm: The Music of Mt. Pleasant
Sat. Oct 12th 9:00 am @ French and Bridge Streets
A Traditional Jazz Funeral led by Ken Field and The Revolutionary Snake Ensemble commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Jack Kerouac.
Sat. Oct 12th 11:00 am @ Gallery Z 167 Market Street
Sun. Oct 13th 1:30 - 4:00 pm @ Downstairs at the Old Worthen 141 Worthen Street
Annual Amram Jam
for more info: www.lowellcelebrateskerouac.org
October 22-27 • October 22 – 27th
The Symphony Silicon Valley in San Jose, presents the California premiere of Amram's PARTNERS: A Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra, conducted by JoAnne Falletta
October 26 - 27th • San Jose, CA. - Symphony Silicon Valley performing PARTNERS. David will introduce the work to the audience for each performance.
NOVEMBER - 2019
November 2019 • November 2019 – Theater for the New City will celebrate Amram’s 89th Birthday with a program of four of his classical chamber music compositions, as well as Amram's performances as a multi-instrumentalist.
November 4 - 8th • San Jose, CA - Harker School. Amram will be the Artist-in-Residence for one week at the Harker School in San Jose CA and visit with students to share the relationship of studies of 20th Century Literature, Social Studies, American History, Creative Writing, Film, Theater, Biology, Anthropology, Comparative Religions and Music.
He will also encourage students who never felt comfortable participating in a musical group to see simple ways to relate to improvising as a way to learn to solve everyday problems and see how formal music is created by understanding what we are surrounded by and finding a structure to celebrate what we often take for granted or ignore.
Amram will also conduct the school orchestra in two of his compositions and join the jazz band as a soloist and band member.
Nov 15 and 16 • 7 and 9:30 pm • Tarrytown, NY - JAZZ FORUM Presents David Amram's 89th Birthday Celebration (David Amram Quartet plus surprise guest stars will perform two shows each evening)
DECEMBER - 2019
December 2019 • December 2019 – Violin virtuoso Elmira Darvarova and New York Philharmonic French Hornist Howard Wall will perform Bulgarian Wedding: A Duo for Violin and French Horn, which they commissioned at Weill Auditorium in Carnegie Hall.
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