Sea Tones Series: Kim Angeles and Jose
Gualala Arts Sea Tones Series invites you to share and evening with world chamber musicians Kim Angelis and Josef Gault on Saturday, November 20, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 and are available at Gualala Arts Center, the Dolphin Gallery, or reserve by telephone by calling 884-1138.
Internationally acclaimed violin virtuoso and composer Kim Angelis majored in music at the University of California, Irvine, where she studied with the best violinists in the Los Angeles Philharmonic. A scholarship recipient and featured soloist with the UCI Symphony, Kim graduated Magna Cum Lade and later married guitarist Josef Gault, who introduced her to world music.
A critical and National Public Radio favorite, Kim Angelisās music has also been heard on network TV, PBS, the award-winning documentary Saviors of the Forest, and the independent film Sweet Nothings. The latter was nominated for Best Original Score by the California Independent Film Society and Best Score by the International Independent Film Tour. In August 2002, Kim was voted "Best Musician" by readers of the Calaveras Enterprise.
A native of Detroit, Michigan, and graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Josef Gault has studied the techniques and stylings of the guitar for over twenty years. Josefās greatest influences are the flamenco fire of Manitas de Plata and Sabicas along with a Hungarian ancestry that has given him an affinity for the rhythms of Eastern European folk music. He is also a popular program host at KMUN radio, Astoria, OR and is the Technical Production Manager at Clatsop Community College.
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