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Rollercoaster of Rhythm
March 11 | 7:30 PM
SavPhil Principal Percussionist Stephen Primatic leads us on a high-energy adventure of rhythmic precision, including some of his very own arrangements. From a piece featuring everything but “the kitchen sink,” to mesmerizing and hypnotic grooves for marimba quartet, this concert showcases the impressive talents of the percussion family. We guarantee you will leave with a big smile on your face after this fun explosion of rhythm and colorful sounds. (Psst… A little birdie told us there’s going to be a well-known BONUS song you know and love. Hint: this frenetic song conjures up images of spinning plates!) Come early or stay late to enjoy a cocktail at the bar for this one-hour, no intermission concert.
Conductor – Keitaro Harada
Music Director Sponsor – Charles C. Taylor and Samir Nikocevic Charitable Foundation
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Stephen Primatic is a Professor of Music and Assistant Chair of Music at the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University in Savannah Georgia where he teaches percussion, theory, jazz, and music technology. Dr. Primatic earned his Bachelor of Music in…
Dr. Fallin has taught applied percussion at Georgia Southern University since the fall of 1991. He received the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Percussion Performance from the University of Miami in Florida, having received the Master of Arts Degree…
A native of Wallingford, CT, Ryan Leveille has served as the Principal Percussionist of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra for 20 years. He began his studies at the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT, taking lessons with members of the New…
Isaac Fernández Hernández was appointed as section percussionist of the Southwest Florida Symphony in October 2014. He has an extensive freelancing career and regularly performs with professional orchestras in the state of Florida, such as the Naples Philharmonic, Jacksonville Symphony, Sarasota…
The Metal Building at The Kehoe Iron Works660 E Broughton Street, Savannah, GA 31401
The rehabilitation of the Metal Building at the Kehoe Iron Works at Trustees’ Garden represents the strong vision of a Savannah business leader, Charles H. Morris. Now home to a multi‐use event and conference complex, the Kehoe Iron Works project successfully restores a forgotten Savannah landmark and offers the event and performing arts market full service mid‐size venues.
Your Safety Comes First
Out of respect for the health and safety of our Musicians and patrons, masks and temperature screenings will be required and hand sanitation stations will be present throughout the venue.
Masks are required to be correctly worn for the duration of the performance and throughout the facility unless you are in the designated socially distanced bar area.