Jon will be one of the judges for the Mastropaolo Cello Competition
on Saturday, May 18. He was the first winner of the scholarship when the competition was founded by the Kentucky Cello Club
After performing at the Private Wedding at the Seelbach Hilton in Louisville Jon will join Mercy Academy for the Quiet Hollers CD Release Show at Headliners Music Hall. 91.9 WFPK Presents:
Quiet Hollers Release Party for their new album, I Am The Morning. Joining them are special guests Discount Guns, Downtown County Band, and Mercy Academy!
DJ Clay Baker will be spinning only the most boss sounds between sets.
Mag Bar will host the afterparty.
Tickets go on sale March 15th at 10:00AM, here:
Tickets are $10
This show is 18+
Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 8:00pm
Headliners Music Hall
1386 Lexington Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40204http://headlinerslouisville.com/
Jon will be appearing as a soloist with the Floyd County Youth Symphony
Festival Orchestra in Brian Balmages, "It Takes One to Tango
." He will also appear as guest percussionist on an arrangement of Ahlan Sabaya Alfarah
by Kenneth Sarch and Rob Amchin.
The concert is at Floyd Central High School
Auditorium at 7pm (May 13, 2013). Cost is $5.
Full concert details and repertoire for the three branches of the Floyd County Youth Symphony may be found at the facebook entry here: https://www.facebook.com/events/563462627027268/
Floyd Central high School
6575 Old Vincennes
Haven't found that perfect "something" for your mother yet? Why not try out Classical Revolution this Mother's Day?
This Sunday, May 12 Classical Revolution Louisville welcomes the
Ensemble il Troubadore, performing an eclectic mix of love songs from
around the world.
The evening will begin at 7pm at The Bard's Town with music of:
String Trio in B-flat Major D. 581
I Allegro moderato
Matt Lane, violin
Michael Hill, viola
Travis Carlisle, cello
"Dissonance" Quartet in C Major K 465
Sarabande from Cello Suite No. 2
Travis Carlisle, cello
String Quartet in G Major Op. 77 No. 1
Ed Bridge & Audrey Schmidt, violins
Michael Hill, viola
Ellen Weis, cello
Around 8:30 we'll turn things over to il Troubadore for an evening of
melodies and song from and inspired by the many genres of music found
throughout the world, such as Greece, Italy, Turkey, India, Israel, and
il Troubadore's members include
Robert Bruce Scott
So bring your instrument and maybe some music you've been eager to
perform, or come and enjoy a drink and dinner (bring your Mom!) and
enjoy a free evening of chamber music.
If you are interested to
perform, please send along a message. If you have a work you'd really
like to sight read, send a message too and we can make sure people can
look at the music ahead of time.
Looking forward to seeing you this Sunday!
-CRev Team (Carrie and Michael)
facebook event is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/140708866114977
Jon will be one of the featured musical guests at the IDD (International Dance Discovery) Spring Recital tonight in Bloomington, IN. Also performing are Brian Zefar, Donna Barbrick Carlton, and Jennifer Laemmer. The recital will take place at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center in the Grand Hall.
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center
275 North Jordan Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47405-1363
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Free and all ages
The Facebook event is here:https://www.facebook.com/events/179495798869549/
Jon will appear with il Troubadore
at the annual StutzArtists Open House in Indianapolis. We will be appearing between 5:30pm - 10:30pm on Friday April 26, 2013.
More than 70 artists will open their studios to visitors during the
two-day event. It's not only an opportunity to see the work of 70 local
artists in one place at one time, it's a chance to see where and how the
work is created. Artwork ranges from paintings, drawings and
photography, to sculpture, jewelry and furniture.
In addition to being a great place to buy one-of-a-kind gifts -
artwork ranges from $12 to $10,000 - the event offers a rare chance to
see vintage cars in the historic Stutz car factory. Visitors also enjoy
special gallery opening activities such as acoustic music and food
More details about the event may be seen here
Facebook event is here
Come join il Troubadore at the Greek Islands Restaurant for a quarterly open dance night to live Mediterranean and World music!
You'll hear and be able to dance to live Greek and Persian music,
Bollywood and Bhangra music, Middle Eastern music, Eastern European
music and some other quirky tunes done only as il Troubadore can do!
Singing in over 40 languages and playing music from over 60 countries,
il Troubadore has earned the distinction of premiere world music band of
Please call to make your reservation!!
Greek Islands Restaurant
906 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225-1337
Event is free and all ages
il Troubadore is:
Robert Bruce Scott - vocals, mandolin
Jon Silpayamanant - cello, vocals
Paul Radecki - percussion, vocals
Leonie Leduc - clarinet, recorders, trumpet
Jon will be playing with the IUS Orchestra today as they accompany the IUS Community and Concert Choirs in Gabriel Faure's Requiem today at 3pm in the Ogle Center. More details may be found here
Today, Jon will be appearing with the il Troubadore Klingon Music Project
at ConGlomeration Science Fiction Convention today. They will be performing during the afternoon filk session and during the Masquerade ball.
For more info, go to the ConGlomeration website
Ramada Plaza Hotel Louisville
9700 Bluegrass Parkway
Louisville, KY 40299
Saturday, 2013 April 6
ConGlomeration Science Fiction Convention
Much honor will be won at Martyrs' in Chicago on March 16th!The Universe Tour
Nerds unite! Come join us and party to music inspired by Science
Fiction and Fantasy. The Universe Tour has you traveling the galaxy
without leaving the dance floor.
The Universe Tour is an event
produced by Otherworld Theatre Company, a non-for-profit theatre
dedicated to the performance of Science Fiction and Fantasy plays. We
also curate events throughout Chicago to create a dialogue between
patron and artists.
So help support theatre while having nerdy blast.
Tickets available Monday for $10 at www.martyrslive.com.
This event is 21+.
ARC IMPULSE: Hailing from Chicago, is a group of friends from varying
musical backgrounds who have joined forces over their common love for
rocking your favorite video game music. Their sound has evolved through
the years to bring you a truly unique kind of video game synth rock
you've never heard before!
TIME CRASH: Formed on the whim of a Facebook status update by lead
vocalist/rhythm guitarist (and avid 'Doctor Who' fan) Ronen Kohn, Time
Crash first came together in the summer of 2011 with the goal of being
'America's first trock band.' Along with Dave Kitsberg (lead guitar),
Michael Fye (bass), Andy Rice (drums), and Chris Rice (steel guitar),
the group has brought together an assortment of rock genres, from power
ballad to punk, in celebration of their favorite Time Lord and his
IL TROUBADORE, known on the planet Qo'noS as bomwI'pu' has been
performing tlhIngan QoQ (Klingon music) live since 2009. il Troubadore's
mission is to record and perform all existing songs in the complete
musical oeuvre of the Klingon Empire. il Troubadore have managed to also
learn a number of songs from many alien races throughout the multiverse
including tunes in the tongues of the Ewoks and the languages Huttese,
Fremen, Vulcan, Tenctonese and Shyriiwook. Also, the group have managd
to pick quickly learn tunes in dozens of langauges on the planet Earth.
Robert Bruce Scott
AARON ACKERSON, By creating his own Geekeasy events and appearances at
various other nerd events and conventions, DJ Aaron Ackerson has made
himself a name as Chicago's premier nerd music DJ. You can expect a
danceable and eclectic mix of music from video games, animation, sci-fi,
Internet memes, and more.
DJ GSPOT: Born and raised in
Chicago, Gspot was fortunate to have an Aunt and Mom raise him in the
Nerd tradition. To Star Wars, Star Trek, and Dr. Who, Sci-Fi influences
his techno/electrohouse music. Trust him, he's the doctor.
Tickets: $10, http://www.martyrslive.com/