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Marc Ribot – Charlie Chaplin’s “The Kid”

Sunday, December 14, 2014, 1:30 p.m.
Location:  Gartner Auditorium
Gartner Auditorium

About The Event

Marc Ribot, who the New York Times describes as “a deceptively articulate artist who uses inarticulateness as an expressive device,” has released over 20 albums under his own name over a 30-year career, exploring everything from the pioneering jazz of Albert Ayler to the Cuban son of Arsenio Rodríguez. His solo release, Silent Movies (Pi Recordings) has been described as a “down-in-mouth-near master piece” by the Village Voice and has landed on several Best Of lists including the LA Times and critical praise across the board. Rolling Stone points out that “Guitarist Marc Ribot helped Tom Waits refine a new, weird Americana on 1985’s Rain Dogs, and since then he’s become the go-to guitar guy for all kinds of roots-music adventurers: Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Elvis Costello, John Mellencamp.” He has also recorded with Neko Case, Diana Krall, Solomon Burke, John Lurie’s Lounge Lizards, Marianne Faithful, Allen Toussaint, Medeski Martin & Wood, Caetono Veloso, Susana Baca, Nora Jones, The Black Keys, and many others. Marc works regularly with Grammy® award winning producer T Bone Burnett and  NY composer John Zorn. He has also performed on numerous film scores such as Walk The Line (Mangold), The Kids Are All Right, and The Departed (Scorcese).

For this Family Day program, Ribot performs an original, live soundtrack to the 1921 silent comedy classic, Charlie Chaplin’s “The Kid.”

$12, CMA members $10, students/kids 10 and under free with purchase of an adult ticket

This event takes place during December's Second Sunday Family Day. No tickets are required to attend the rest of the day's activities, which are free of charge.

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These programs made possible in part by the Ernest L. and Louise M. Gartner Fund, the P. J. McMyler Musical Endowment Fund, and the Anton and Rose Zverina Music Fund.

Series Sponsor
The Musart Society