With Scott Collins (solo guitar), I Come From The Mountains and Embe Esti
Doors open @ 4:30 PM, Show Starts @ 5:00 PM
On Sunday, November 18th guitarist and songwriter Scott Collins showcases some of the skills that have made him a session player on television shows like the Powerpuff girls and video games like “Trials Evolution” and “God of War II” with a CD release party for his debut instrumental acoustic guitar recording, “take it from the ground” at MOPCO Improv Theatre on 10 N. Jay Street in Schenectady.
The Berklee College of Music and California Institute of the Arts graduate’s playing on fretted and fretless guitars draws from a wide range of western and non-western music. In addition to performing some solo acoustic music, he’ll also be performing with the global fusion groups, I Come from the Mountains and Embe Esti.
I come from the mountains is an acoustic instrumental duo consisting of fretted and fretless guitar, tabla and Middle Eastern percussion. The group brings meditative and cerebral elements to their fusion of captivating Eastern Silk-Road sounds and Western improvisation.
Embe Esti is an intercontinental band that incorporates Afrobeat, North African and other global traditions into an electrifying take on soulful dance music. From Mali to Manhattan, their funky, global and eclectic music channels lively intuitive energy to the people on the dance floor.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to see and hear some fantastic music performed in an intimate setting that you won’t hear anywhere else!
Do you have a late policy for seating?
Yes. Our shows begin promptly. If a performance is sold out, unused tickets will be released to the waitlist beginning at five minutes to curtain. Please arrive early so that your ticket is not re-sold. There are no refunds within 24 hours of show time. Exchanges for a comparable performance can only be made up to two hours prior to a given performance.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Street parking is available on Union and N Jay street by our Theatre. Parking is available in the lot behind Perecca's as well as other public lots within a short walk of the theatre. The lot directly across from us is reserved for the Rossi & Ditorro Funeral Home NOT AVAILABLE for parking. DO NOT park in the lot by JoJo’s Auto Service or you will be towed. Find out more and see a detailed map of parking options available to us here.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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What's the refund policy?
Please contact us 24 hours before showtime to be eligible for a full refund.