Click below to listen to “Butter II” by Ian Ethan
MANCHESTER, NH — A must-see show July 25 at Amoskeag Studio, 250 Commercial Street, Suite 2007 (South Entrance), bringing you live, original music in a unique and intimate venue at the historic Waumbec Mills.
Saturday night dynamic duo
Acoustic double-neck guitarist Ian Ethan describes his guitar as “the most effective and intuitive means I’ve found to translate into sound the things I’m hearing in my head.” Ian Ethan’s strikingly-unconventional,
Joining Ian will be Matthew Schoening playing his electric cello through a complex process of live looping. The looping is used as a compositional tool, as opposed to backing tracks to jam on. Often times it sounds as if there is an entire symphony and a full band on stage with him. Matthew has appeared on the Hallmark Channel and EntertainmentTonight.
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Online: $15 general admission, $7 students
At the door: $20 general, $10 tickets
Doors open at 7 p.m., show begins at 8 p.m.
About Amoskeag Studio, a creative space for original art, music, and culture:
Amoskeag Studio hosts musical performances, visual art exhibitions, theater, traditional storytelling, literary readings, and many other artistic endeavors in the historic Manchester millyard. The atmosphere is relaxed and intimate, providing audiences a unique opportunity to experience the artist’s work. Our musical performances have spanned jazz, folk, rock, bluegrass, celtic, classical, and funk. We have welcomed young, local talent as well as internationally renown musicians. We welcome inquiries from musicians, visual artists, and storytellers. The Studio is also available for rental.