Sounds For Sculpture: The Awakening is set to captivate audiences at the Landis Theater in Vineland on Wednesday, November 29. This enchanting event features the renowned Christian Tamburr Sextet, joined by special guest Shana Tucker, for an evening of music inspired by the iconic bronze sculptures of Seward Johnson.
The acoustic performance promises to transport attendees to a world where music and art converge. The project, which originally premiered at Lincoln Center in New York City in 2019, has been on a global tour, captivating audiences with its innovative fusion of jazz music and sculpture.
Performance begins at 7 p.m. at Landis Theater in Vineland. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $15 per ticket (though not required).
“The Awakening” features original compositions by jazz musician and vibraphonist Christian Tamburr. It includes a lineup of musicians, including trumpeter Tatum Greenblatt, pianist Oscar Perez, bassist Griffin Fink, and drummer Carmen Intorre Jr. Adding a unique twist to the evening, special guest vocalist and cellist Shana Tucker will lend her extraordinary talents to the performance.
The event promises a 90-minute public evening performance, offering attendees a chance to immerse themselves in the fusion of music and art, creating an unforgettable experience for all in attendance.
Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to witness “Sounds For Sculpture: The Awakening” as it graces the stage of the Landis Theater.
To secure your spot at this event, visit theave.biz/sounds-for-sculpture-ticket-sales. Be prepared to be enchanted by the spellbinding music and captivating sculptures that promise to make “Sounds For Sculpture: The Awakening” an event to remember.
• Our Main Street Vineland Christmas Parade is coming up on Saturday, November 25, starting at 5 p.m., with the rain date the following day at the same time. The parade’s theme will be “A Christmas Luau on The Ave.” The major sponsor is Friends of Michael Testa Jr. for State Senate with Newfield National Bank as supporting sponsor.
The parade will feature a float contest, marching bands, and so much more. Trophies will be awarded to the first-, second-, and third-place winners in both the “Large Float” and “Petite Float” categories. It will proceed along Landis Avenue through the downtown toward Myrtle Street. Registration for participants and vendor applications are through the Main Street Vineland website—TheAve.biz. Additional sponsorship opportunities are still available.