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Indian Hill Music Presents The Mikkel Ploug Trio featuring Mark Turner

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Denmark’s Mikkel Ploug – one of Europe’s leading jazz guitarists – and his popular trio featuring saxophone luminary Mark Turner comes to Indian Hill Music in Littleton on Friday, June 28 for an exclusive workshop, on-stage interview, and concert – their only Massachusetts performance this summer.

The concert features Turner, Ploug, Danish bassist Jeppe Skovbakke and Irish drummer Seán Carpio.

What & Where:
Mikkel Ploug Trio with Mark Turner
Friday, June 28, 2019
Indian Hill Music
36 King Street, Littleton, MA

4:30pm | Workshop with Mark Turner
6:30pm | On-stage interview – Mark Turner and Mikkel Ploug with Bob Blumenthal
7:30pm | Concert by The Mikkel Ploug Trio feat. Mark Turner

Workshop: $20 in advance/$25 at the door
Concert: $20 in advance/$25 at the door
On-stage interview: Free with concert ticket purchase
Workshop + Concert: $30 in advance / $35 at the door

These events are FREE for Indian Hill Music School students.

Learn more and purchase tickets at http://www.indianhillmusic.org or call (978) 486-9524.

In a career that spans two decades and encompasses a broad array of musical ventures, saxophonist Mark Turner has emerged as a towering presence in the jazz community. With a distinctive, personal tone, singular improvisational skills and an innovative, challenging compositional approach, he has earned a far-reaching reputation as one of the most original and influential musical forces in jazz, and has been lauded by the New York Times as a “standard bearer” of the genre.

A rising star in international jazz circles, guitarist Mikkel Ploug has been called “the latest sensation in European jazz guitar” by Barcelona’s La Vanguardia. A force on the European scene for years and a collaborator with Turner for the last decade, Ploug’s style has been hailed in European press as “magnificent modernism.”

The trio is described as having “a talkative style that’s plenty charismatic…rich textures and sharp melodicism keep the ear riveted throughout…”

Now in its 34th year, Indian Hill Music is a thriving regional non-profit center for music education and performance. One of only a few organizations in the U.S. that combines a community music school, professional symphony orchestra, diverse concert series, and high-impact outreach, Indian Hill Music serves 79 communities in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Learn more at (978) 486-9524
or http://www.indianhillmusic.org.

​The programs of Indian Hill Music are supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and with funds from the council administered by the Local Cultural Councils.

Learn more at http://www.indianhillmusic.org or call (978) 486-9524.