Festival Details - "Shades of Green with Julia Levitina"...
Start: Saturday, December 5, 2020 7:30PM
Shades of Green delivers a mix of Irish Rock and Americana. A major feature of this performance will be original Songs, based on a book of poetry Pat, the drummer, and his father penned, “Conversations We Never Had”. Singer-songwriter Julia Levitina was born and raised in Odessa, Ukraine and brings a global perspective to her unique brand of Americana. Her debut EP, Take Your Time Loving Me, is a snapshot of an artist who has literally and figuratively crossed oceans and seas to pursue her dreams. To celebrate, Kelly Music for Life will provide complimentary wine, beer and seltzer. Guinness, Allagash, Dogfish Head, Coors Light, White Claw Seltzer plus red and white wine. BYOB is also welcome for an additional $5 donation. The New Avenue Café will be open for healthy snacks, drinks and coffee purchases. Must be 21 to consume alcohol. Masks required to enter and removed only while seated. Limited tickets. Reduced capacity to allow proper distancing. All drinks will be served in disposable cups. Doors open at 7:00 pm. 7:30 show. $15 per person online. $20 per person at the door. When purchasing tickets, please indicate seating preference. BYOB optional. $5 additional BYOB fee per alcohol drinker at the door. Must be 21+ to bring alcohol, Drinkware and ice provided. Free Parking in Oakmont Municipal lot behind Kelly Center off Darby Road. LIVE Stream Option: Watch at home. Pay what you can afford at https://kellycenter.org/contribute/ Please indicate your donation is for Shades of Green. Virtual tickets benefit performers and the Kelly Center. Watch on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/KellyCenterMusicArtsCommunity/Watch on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCba8ofvmH0VXcWFEe3pI-GA The Kelly Center is operated by Kelly Music for Life, Inc., a non-profit 501c3 pure public charity that supports Music Education, the Arts, and other community initiatives. For more information visit https://kellymusicforlife.org or https://kellycenter.org Shades of Green Shades of Green featuring Scot Silver-guitar/vocals; Pat O’Shea -drums/percussion and Eric Schreiber-bass/vocals are a powerhouse trio. Their eclectic mix of Irish Rock and Americana shall astound. A major feature of this performance will be original Songs, based on a book of poetry Pat, the drummer, and his father penned, “Conversations We Never Had”. Beautiful stories told Thru a stirring musical backdrop. Classics will be infused as well to hum along to. It will be a night to be remembered. http://www.scotsilvermusic.com/shades-of-green/ Julia Levitina Born and raised in Odessa, Ukraine, but now calling Philadelphia her home, singer-songwriter Julia Levitina is bringing a global perspective to her unique brand of Americana. Subtly blending in Russian and French folk influences from her youth, her debut EP, Take Your Time Loving Me, is a snapshot of an artist who has literally and figuratively crossed oceans and seas to pursue her dreams. The record, co-produced with acclaimed Philadelphia singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, John Faye, and cut primarily at Cambridge Sound Studio in South Philadelphia, is about finding courage to go the distance while on a quest for fulfillment and self-discovery. Subsequently released single, Apricot Sky, recorded and engineered by another acclaimed singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Cliff Hillis, continues in the vein of Julia’s odd-ball feel-good folk-rock tunes, drawing its inspiration from the story of the Wright Brothers and the wonder of flight. Julia’s musical influences include chanson française and the likes of Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg and Francis Cabrel, as well as the great Russian bards, such as Vladimir Vysotsky and Aleksandr Dolsky. They find an unexpected home alongside her more current favorites, like Indigo Girls and Josh Ritter. Julia has played the Tin Angel, World Café Live, the Grape Room and Bourbon & Branch in Philadelphia; Jamey’s House of Music and Burlap & Bean in Pennsylvania, and Chesapeake Arts Center in Baltimore, among others. She has performed at the 58th Philadelphia Folk Festival and at assorted venues in France and Italy. Single Seating @ $15 per person - $15.00 2 Person Seating @ $15 per person - $15.00
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