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Indy-infused folk-rock band coming to Bishop

January 6, 2012

Buster Blue, an indie-infused, folk-driven band with an “eclectic sound that jumps from breezy folk pop to loud unhinged rock and sounds like it belongs in an illicit speakeasy retrofitted for the new millennium” will be performing live at the Inyo Council for the Arts later this month.

Eyer wins Altrusa’s ‘Best of Show’ 2011

October 20, 2011

More than 163 works of art were displayed by local residents at the recent Altrusa Art Show and Sale.
Held Oct. 1-2 to coincide with the Owens Valley Cruisers Falls Color Show and Choo-Choo Swap, the 13th annual fundraiser and celebration of local artistic talent resulted in Christine Eyer winning Best of Show.
According to Altrusa spokesperson Ruth DeCray, the visiting public had been asked to vote for “Best of Show” from among the almost 200 works on display.
More than 300 residents and visitors weighed in, with Eyer’s watercolor, “Returning,” receiving the most votes.

Joyce Andersen in concert at Arts Council this Saturday

October 20, 2011

Edgy, powerful and unique yet evocative music is on the menu this weekend in Bishop.
Inyo Council for the Arts is bringing back, for the first time since 2006, the fiddle and vocal talents of Joyce Anderson to the ICA Theatre. The concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.
Over her career, Andersen has developed what the ICA calls an uncanny ability to play violin and sing at the same time, often with the instrument and vocal in counter-rhythms, as well as complex harmony and diverging lines.

Dynamic duo performing at ICA

October 13, 2011

Master guitarist Richard Smith and accomplished cellist Julie Adams are returning to the Eastern Sierra this fall for what is promised to be another rousing performance.
The dynamic duo has lit up the Inyo Council for the Arts stage more than once over the past several years, and has been invited back to perform Monday, Oct. 17 at ICA’s Bishop headquarters.
The concert is set to begin at 7 p.m.
According to the ICA, Smith and Adams make quite the pair, combining both passion for their craft and unrivaled talent.
Smith is a former wunderkind and widely acclaimed guitar virtuoso.

New season approaches for BCCA

August 3, 2011

A swing ensemble reminiscent of both the Andrew Sisters and ABBA … live marionette theater … dixieland jazz … a quartet of Russian cellists … and a group of vocalists who could put those kids on “Glee” to shame.
Those are the unique and once again wildly varied offerings being brought to local audiences by the non-profit Bishop Community Concerts Association, which announced its lineup this week for the upcoming 2011-12 concert season.
“Once again, we have a wonderful array of performers,” a BCCA spokesperson said.

Oompa, loompa doopity doo: ‘Willy Wonka Kids’ coming soon

June 24, 2011

When you’re a kid, candy is a dream: a fluffy white cloud of sugary joy.
For adults, candy is poison, a fat-filled brick of love handles, pimples and excessive flatulence.
But, “Willy Wonka Kids,” despite being a show about sugar-tooth delights, brings joy to adult and child alike. And the opportunity is comin’ round for the community (old and young) to experience two free productions of this delightful tale.

Laws Museum hosting Father’s Day concert

June 10, 2011

Dave Stamey, Peavine Pickers to perform on Sunday, June 19

Laws Railroad Museum is inviting the family to bring Dad out to the museum’s sprawling grounds this Father’s Day for some food, fun, fundraising and fine tunes.
Dave Stamey and the Peavine Pickers will be per¬forming the Fourth Annual Benefit Concert at Laws Railroad Museum on Sunday, June 19.
Gates will open at 5 p.m. and the concert will begin at 6 p.m, giving attendees just enough time to chow down on the delectable offerings of Michelle Denault Catering. On the menu: a tri-tip and ham dinner.

Singing Valentine’s available Monday

February 10, 2011

Bishop area residents will have the chance to give their sweethearts the gift of song this Valentine’s Day while contributing to a good cause at the same time.
The Sierra Stars Quartet of the High Sierra Chorus of Sweet Adelines International will be performing Singing Valentine’s on Monday, Feb. 14, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., and again from 5-8 p.m. in the Bishop area.
Sweet Adelines International is a nonprofit music education association for women who sing four-part harmony in the barbershop style.

Spitzer returning to Bishop stage

January 13, 2011

She once made national headlines for traveling the highways and backroads of the U.S. and Canada with a Steinway grand piano in tow to perform for towns and villages with populations ranging from 50 to 250.
In addition to introducing some of the Northern Hemisphere’s most rural outposts to the beauty and joy of classical music, Laura Spitzer has performed at prestigious concert halls all over the globe.

45-piece Air Force ensemble set to perform in Lone Pine

January 13, 2011

It’s not every day that residents of the Eastern Sierra are afforded the opportunity to watch – and hear – world-class musicians perform at no cost to the public.
Local sponsors are making it possible for the prestigious and popular United States Air Force Band of the Golden West to hold a free concert Saturday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. at the Lone Pine High School Auditorium.
The concert band, a 45-piece ensemble from the Air Force Band of the Golden West, will perform a variety of music, including classical, big band, contemporary and patriotic arrangements.

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