George Winston: The Winter Show
- December 10, 2011 at 8:00 pm
The Winter Show
Known for his quintessential impressionistic style, George Winston emerged onto the music scene in the 1980s with a collection of seasonal-themed recordings that quickly found an eager audience. George Winston’s distinctive melodic style, which he calls “rural folk piano,” was influenced by his early years in Montana, as well as the music of great New Orleans R&B pianists. While he is best known as a pianist, he is also accomplished on solo guitar and harmonica. In this beautiful holiday concert, Winston presents an evening of exquisitely enchanting music that is sure to evoke the spirit of the season.
For this holiday performance, please join us in support of a local Washington area food bank by bringing a donation of canned food to the concert. Mr. Winston will also be donating a portion of the artist’s proceeds from his CD sales to the food bank.
$48, $40, $24