Old Wood New Sounds on the Roof: Ryan Kauffman
World-class classical musicians performing new music by living composers and classical music in a casual setting!
July 29, 2014 · 7:00pm
Doors 7pm | music 8:00pm
Old Wood New Sounds is a concert series that will always introduce you to something new and interesting. You will hear world-class classical musicians performing new music by living composers and classical music that is outside the typical “Classical Canon” in a casual, non-pretentious listening atmosphere. Too often new music and classical musicians are relegated to the sterile chamber of academia. Come out and hear these musicians perform thrilling music with real passion and heart. You will support an art form that is often overlooked by main-stream music lovers – simply because they don’t know about it!
For the fourth installment of the OWNS series, we welcome Lancaster-based saxophonist Ryan Kauffman.
And this time around, we’re doing something a little different: the show will be on the roof at Tellus360!
Ryan Kauffman is a saxophonist, woodwind artist, and private teacher in central and eastern Pennsylvania. He began working for Music for Everyone and teaching in SDoL schools in 2012. He also teaches at his private studio in Lancaster. Mr. Kauffman is involved in several collaborative projects and has performed throughout the Central PA region, including appearances at Bethlehem Musikfest, Central Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz, Lancaster Jazz Festival, Lancaster Summer Arts Festival, and Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival. He has had the privilege of performing with the NakedEye Ensemble, Ron Thomas, Peter Paulsen, Harrisburg Symphony, and the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra.