Indigo Strings Quartet: Ain’t Misbehavin’

Friday, May 31, 2024
7:00PM Doors | 7:30PM Performance
Suggested Donation: $25 GA / $15 student, senior, etc.
*none turned away for lack of funds, no pressure*

Indigo Strings Quartet
Hot Piano. Cool Strings.
American classics with a Jazzy Vibe.
Performing in New Orleans and throughout the Gulf Coast. Returning Indigo Strings quartet presents the Great American Songbook with New Orleans flair through piano, violin, cello, and voice.

Marta Vincent is a music therapist, pianist, and a Great Highland bagpiper in the New Orleans area. She graduated from Loyola University where she was selected as a competition winner to perform a Mozart piano concerto with the university’s orchestra. She has performed throughout the New Orleans area on both pipes and piano. As a bagpiper was honored to ceremoniously present President William Clinton, President George H.W. Bush, and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. She also piped for several Rod Stewart performances in the Louisiana Superdome. In her work as a music therapist, Marta has been fortunate to meet and ultimately be influenced by many musicians from the early eras of jazz, swing, and gospel. Listen closely and you may sense these many flavors of music coming from the piano.

Anne Hibbs is a professional violinist and teacher with a passion for live performance and helping others find their own music. After winning scholarships and earning degrees from Louisiana State University and Loyola University in performance, Anne toured throughout Europe as a soloist with Loyola’s chamber orchestra. She has played classical music professionally with the Baton Rouge Symphony and the Orquesta de Camara Vericruzana in Mexico. She has also provided stage music for Liberace and Tommy Tune at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans. Anne entered the film industry as on- site violin coach with Academy Award-winning production, Twelve Years a Slave. Currently, Anne performs in the New Orleans and the Gulf South region playing classical music with the Fine Arts Ensemble, country classics at the Abita Opry, and fiddle with local Celtic group Crescent & Clover.

Rebecca Holmes serves on the administrative team at Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Center as the Middle School Dean of Students. In her eighteen year career, Ms. Holmes has worked as a music educator in several districts in and around the New Orleans area. Ms. Holmes received the Yale Distinguished Music Educator Award in 2019. She is a contributing member of the orchestra curriculum unit team for a project exploring the use of digitized primary resources conducted by the Library of Congress with the National Association for Music Education. She is a Fellow with Louisiana A+ Schools, a network through which she facilitates professional development of arts integration at schools throughout the state of Louisiana. Ms. Holmes attended Loyola University New Orleans, where she earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree. She is currently completing a Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree program at the American College of Education. As a performer, she enjoys highlighting the cello’s versatility and performance capacity through a wide variety of genres.

Arynne Fannin is a graduate of the Newcomb College and the School of Liberal Arts at Tulane University, with an MFA in musical theatre. She was a soloist for the inaugural concert of the Clara del Marmol and Annabelle Bernard Vocal Series and has competed in Stage Door Idol at the National WWII Museum. She has delivered lecture concerts for the Jane Austen Literary Festival in Mandeville, LA ,and for the New Orleans Jane Austen Literary Festival.

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Friday May 31 2024


7:30 pm
Advance Donations