Tomorrow evening, White Mountain is proud to welcome the Brooklyn, New York–based guitar duo, Threefifty. The duo brings an evening of acoustic/electric indie-instrumental music to the Great Hall at 7pm as one of this year’s Cultural Events Series programs.
Formed at the Yale School of Music and molded by the multi-faceted music scene of New York City, Threefifty incorporates elements of post-rock, folk, minimalism and Baroque classicism. Guitarists Brett Parnell and Geremy Schulick compose predominantly instrumental songs, which range from the epic to the intricate to the austerely beautiful. They have toured throughout the US as well as in the UK, Austria and Bosnia, released three albums and performed at TED Talks, BAM’s most recent Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Festival and NPR’s Soundcheck. “Outstanding guitar work… intelligent, deep and subtle” – Guitar Player Magazine
For videos and recordings of Threefifty, please click here.
Click here with an interview with Threefifty.
The performance is free and open to the public. Donations will be gratefully accepted and used to support future cultural events at The White Mountain School.
For information, contact Becky Beno at email@example.com or 603-444-2928 x300.