Sep 07 2019
The Bakan-Longineu-Hall Trio

The Bakan-Longineu-Hall Trio

Presented by The Gallery at High Cotton at The Gallery at High Cotton

Expect the unexpected when this innovative ensemble comes to town. From Louis Armstrong classics to meditative musical dreamscapes, hard-driving funk grooves to wild Balkan beats, and free jazz adventures to the deepest downhome blues, the Bakan-Longineu-Hall Trio brings it all together!

This is listening room style event surrounded by works by gallery owner artists, Jenny Odom and Beth Appleton and our current featured artist, Betsy Marsch.

The public is invited to BYOB: Bring Your Own Beverage and in traditional pot luck style, you’ll find some snacks to sooth your soul. If the spirit moves you, feel welcome to add your own dish to our table. This will be a casual event so wear favorite shoes to tap your foot.

Reserve your seat! Call Jenny Odom 850-316-0630 for reservations or come in Wed. – Sat. during regular hours for a gallery visit so you can also see incredible works by our featured artist, Betsy Marsch. Her works will be on exhibit and for sale until September 14th. It’s smart to secure your seat ahead. A $15 donation will be greatly appreciated. Come early, seats are limited. This event is open to the public. See you soon!

The Gallery@High Cotton is located at 230 Water Street down by the Bowery area in Apalachicola, Florida. Regular gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 10:00 am – 5 pm.

ABOUT THE MUSICIANS:
Michael Bakan is Professor of Ethnomusicology and Head of the World Music Ensembles program at Florida State University. He has performed with everyone from Tito Puente and John Cage, to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and leading gamelan orchestras of Indonesia, to George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic. Dr. Bakan is the author of more than 70 publications, including books on world music, Balinese gamelan music, and the artistic lives of autistic musicians. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Society for Ethnomusicology and as series editor for the Routledge Focus on World Music book series.

Longineu Parsons is an associate professor of trumpet, jazz studies, and music composition at Florida A&M University. He has toured the world performing with some of the most legendary musicians in the history of jazz, including Nat Adderly, Cab Calloway, Doc Severinsen, Herbie Mann, Branford Marsalis, Sam Rivers, and Sun Ra. He also played the role of Louis Armstrong in the national production of Satchmo. Dr. Parsons performs internationally as both a jazz and classical trumpeter, and he is also a multi-instrumentalist who plays flutes, recorders, and percussion, in addition to a wide range of trumpets and related brass instruments.

Brian Hall is an associate professor of music specializing in jazz bass, string methods, and music theory at Florida A&M University. Formerly based in Atlanta, he has toured widely and performed with renowned jazz musicians such as Marcus Printup, Russell Gunn, Charles Davis, Winard Harper, and Tim Armacost. As a performer with the Tallahassee-based Jazz Jams series, Professor Hall has had the chance to impact over 50,000 students in Leon and surrounding counties.

Admission Info

Reserve your seat! Call Jenny Odom 850-316-0630 for reservations or come in Wed. – Sat. during regular hours for a gallery visit so you can also see incredible works by our featured artist, Betsy Marsch. Her works will be on exhibit and for sale until September 14th. It’s smart to secure your seat ahead. A $15 donation will be greatly appreciated. Come early, seats are limited. This event is open to the public. See you soon!

Dates & Times

2019/09/07 - 2019/09/07

Additional time info:

Our regular gallery hours are Wed.-Sat., 10-5. Doors open again for music this Saturday, Sept. 7th at 6:00pm and music begins at 7:00pm.

The public is invited to BYOB: Bring Your Own Beverage and in traditional pot luck style, you find some snacks to sooth your soul. If the spirit moves you, feel welcome to add your own dish to our table. This will be a casual event so wear favorite shoes to tap your foot. 

It’s smart to secure your seat ahead! Come early, seats are limited. 

Location Info

The Gallery at High Cotton

230 Water Street, Apalachicola, FL 32320

Accessibility Info