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Mike Pope and the House of Cardinals at An Die Musik Live

Where

An Die Musik Live
409 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD
410-385-2638

When

Fri, June 6, 2014
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-06-06 8:00 pm 2014-06-06 Mike Pope and the House of Cardinals at An Die Musik Live Mike Pope leads an all-star ensemble performing music from his new CD, Cold Truth, Warm Heart. The new album shows him to be a visionary composer, arranger and bandleader with deep listening skills and an eloquent voice.

The virtuoso bassist has toured extensively with Chick Corea, David Sanborn, Al DiMeola and Bill Bruford, and recently, Joe Locke and Eldar Djangirov.

Writing for All About Jazz, Alexander Stern called Pope's early album, "The Lay of the Land," “one of the most exciting new albums this reviewer has heard in a long time.” Ottawa Citizen noted Pope’s “jaw-dropping exuberance and precision.” Bass legend Victor Wooten said, “If I were going to study improvisation at this point, I’d do it with Mike Pope.”

Shows at 8pm and 9:30pm. $20 general admission; $10 for students with ID
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Tickets

$20

Musicians

Joe Locke
Joe Locke
vibraphone
Bob Franceschini
Bob Franceschini
sax, tenor
Eldar Djangirov
Mike Pope
Mike Pope
bass

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Mike Pope leads an all-star ensemble performing music from his new CD, Cold Truth, Warm Heart. The new album shows him to be a visionary composer, arranger and bandleader with deep listening skills and an eloquent voice.

The virtuoso bassist has toured extensively with Chick Corea, David Sanborn, Al DiMeola and Bill Bruford, and recently, Joe Locke and Eldar Djangirov.

Writing for All About Jazz, Alexander Stern called Pope's early album, "The Lay of the Land," “one of the most exciting new albums this reviewer has heard in a long time.” Ottawa Citizen noted Pope’s “jaw-dropping exuberance and precision.” Bass legend Victor Wooten said, “If I were going to study improvisation at this point, I’d do it with Mike Pope.” ...

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Liz Fixsen uploaded this event on May 1, 2014

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