Gualala Arts and the Global Harmony Series present BAKU in a Live-Streamed concert, Sunday afternoon, September 27 at 4 pm.
BAKU is the popular Mendonoman World-Fusion ensemble. On Sunday, September 27 BAKU will be performing a special Global Harmony Online!-only concert, streamed live from the Amphitheater adjacent to the Art Center in Gualala. No in-person audience, no tickets, just great music. The band will showcase its distinctive, captivating and self-styled musical hybrid, ”Jambient Soundscapes,” a fusion of jazz and Afro beat, drawing upon Cuban, Latin, Middle Eastern and other cultural influences and rhythms.
Everyone is invited to listen online at GualalaArts.org. And while you’re listening, why not make a donation to Gualala Arts?
These are Artists sharing art! The talented members of BAKU are Harrison Goldberg, saxophones, percussion and Aerophone wind synthesizer, Chris Doering, 7-string guitar and synthesizer, Tim Mueller, 6-string guitar and guitar synthesizer, David French, upright bass and percussion and Nancy Feehan, cajon and percussion. Fans know that each performance becomes both an opportunity for and a celebration of discovery as BAKU takes their audience on an unpredictable and unforgettable musical journey. BAKU’s most recent recording is “BAKU: Live at Sea Ranch Lodge”. The album contains 10 tracks and listeners will be readily transported.
In the tradition of closing out Art in the Redwoods, the 2020 people’s choice award will be announced.