IMPORTANT UPDATE:   Although  COVID-19 restrictions on large group gatherings do not allow us to return to live concerts to start the 2021-2022 concert season...

LCCCA will continue offering Virtual Concert Seasons

until we can again gather safely in large groups!

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Doug Cameron & Family

January 21-23

 

Audiences love seeing young kids on stage, and Doug Cameron & Family are a proven hit with both the Performing Arts arena as well as community concerts.  Doug has long been a favorite on jazz radio internationally.  

 

Widely considered one of the true innovators of jazz violin, He has performed internationally, and is well known for his dynamic performance and trademark blue electric violin. Doug has shared the stage with celebrities ranging from Tony Bennett to Cher To The Allman Brothers, however, it’s hard to beat the charisma and charm of Doug and his band once his two talented young boys hit the stage.

Versatility and the ability to connect with an audience are the hallmarks of Doug Cameron & Family concerts. With ten CD’s to his credit, Doug is a veteran of the Los Angeles studio Scene and has recorded and performed with a wide range of artists, including George Benson, Doc Severinsen, Tom Petty, Dionne Warwick,  renowned producer, David Foster as well as recording for numerous motion pictures and commercials. 

 

Whether performing as a trio or a full symphony orchestra, Doug and his talented family deliver a program that will be remembered for years to come.

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The Side Street Strutters

February 18-20

 

In 1983 a group of talented musicians attending Arizona State University formed a musical ensemble whose artistic focus centered around the musical traditions of early New Orleans jazz. Now, over 25 years later, the same core members are still together and have expanded their musical palette to include over a half-century of jazz styles from early New Orleans Dixieland and blues to big band swing and popular standards. The Strutters have presented formal concerts, symphony pops performances and student outreach programs in fifty states, seven European countries, Canada and Mexico. Their superb musicianship and award-winning orchestrations have earned them national and international acclaim: NEA awarded fellowships and grants; California Arts Council and Northwest On Tour Roster Artists; First Place Honors, Breda International Jazz Competition, Holland; National radio and television appearances; International Association of Jazz Educators Outstanding Musicianship Award; appearances at dozens of European and U.S. jazz festivals, and a guest presidential performance — all this, in addition to their regular performances at California's Disneyland. In concert, The Side Street Strutters weave a delicate tapestry of lush ballads, whimsical novelty selections, and powerful, challenging arrangements which showcase the individual artistry of each performer. Together, this energetic and entertaining septet brilliantly captures the essential charm and vibrant energy of Jazz — America's musical heritage.

Sultans of String

March 18-20

This multi-award-winning, 3x Juno-nominated and Billboard charting band creates “energetic and exciting music from a band with talent to burn!” (Maverick, UK). For more than a decade, Sultans of String have thrilled audiences with their genre-hopping passport of Celtic reels, flamenco, Gypsy-jazz, Arabic, Cuban, and South Asian rhythms, fiery violin dances with kinetic guitar, while bass and percussion lay down unstoppable grooves. Throughout, acoustic strings meet with electronic wizardry to create layers and depth of sound.

Their new release, Subcontinental Drift, serves up a blend of ragas, reels and rumbas with sitar master Anwar Khurshid (featured in the Oscar winning Life of Pi, The Love Guru).

Since forming 8 years ago, Sultans of String have hit #1 across Canada on Top 10 national radio charts, and received multiple awards and accolades, including 2 JUNO nominations, 1st place in the ISC (out of 15,000 entries), 2 Canadian Folk Music Awards, plus invitations to perform and record with such luminaries as The Chieftains, David Bromberg, and Alex Cuba.

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