In­spired by world mu­sic

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by Forbes. The band draws in­spi­ra­tion from mu­sic from all over the world – cross­ing gen­res of clas­si­cal, jazz and clas­sic pop. Fea­tur­ing a dozen or more reg­u­lar mu­si­cians, Pink Mar­tini per­forms its mul­ti­lin­gual reper­toire on con­cert stages and with sym­phony orches­tras through­out Europe, Asia, Greece, Turkey, the Mid­dle East, North­ern Africa, Aus­tralia and New Zealand, South Amer­ica and North Amer­ica.

The band made its Euro­pean de­but at the Cannes Film Fes­ti­val in 1997 and has played with more than 25 orches­tras around the world in­clud­ing mul­ti­ple en­gage­ments with the Los An­ge­les Phil­har­monic at the Hol­ly­wood Bowl, the Bos­ton Pops, the Na­tional Sym­phony at the Kennedy Cen­ter, the San Francisco Sym­phony and the BBC Con­cert Orches­tra in London’s Royal Al­bert Hall. Other ap­pear­ances in­clude three sold-out con­certs at Carnegie Hall and the Gov­er­nor’s Ball at the 80th An­nual Academy Awards in 2008. The band has col­lab­o­rated and per­formed with nu­mer­ous artists, rang­ing from Jimmy Scott, Carol Chan­ning, and Ru­fus Wain­wright to the orig­i­nal cast of Sesame Street.

Sofi (25 years old), Melanie (23), Amanda (22), and Au­gust von Trapp (19) have toured and per­formed over five con­ti­nents – and they per­formed on the re­cent Pink Mar­tini al­bum, “Get Happy.” The four sib­lings orig­i­nally be­gan by singing Aus­trian and Amer­i­can folk songs their grand­fa­ther, Werner von Trapp (por­trayed as Kurt “the in­cor­ri­gi­ble” in The Sound of Mu­sic), taught them at the fam­ily home in Kal­ispell, Mon­tana.

The Fe­bru­ary 17th Pink Mar­tini con­cert is be­ing pre­sented and pro­duced by King­dom County Pro­duc­tions work­ing in as­so­ci­a­tion with lo­cal business and me­dia spon­sors. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to King­domCounty. org or con­tact KCP se­ries pro­ducer Jay Craven ( jcraven@marl­boro.edu). daugh­ter of Jac­que­line (nee Cooper) and War­ren Blair, Cal­gary, Al­berta. Grand­daugh­ter James, Heather Cooper,

Great grand­daugh­ter Stan­ley, Lois Cooper and Dou­glas, Irene John­ston.

Corinne is a

Cross­field, Al­berta. April 7th, 1961 - Septem­ber 15th, 2014 – Cher­ished daugh­ter of Yolande and Guy Fisher (for­merly of Ayer’s Cliff). Loving mother of Stephanie and James, Hi­lairy and Damon, Michelle and Abby. She will be sadly missed by her brothers and sis­ters, Bobby and Nancy, Cath and Jim, Karen and Chris, Bill and Lyne. Dear aunt of Bri­anne and Mark, Jar­rett and Michelle, Kurt and Vicki (Hai­ley and El­iz­a­beth), Court­ney, Kyle and Con­nor, Hunter and Mor­gan. Lisa loved spend­ing time with fam­ily and friends and en­joyed fish­ing, hunt­ing and play­ing with her “Lit­tle Man” Colby and Chrissy (her dogs) on her prop­erty in Coven­try amongst the scenic coun­try­side over­look­ing the rolling hills of Vt. Should friends de­sire, do­na­tions can be made in her name to the bowl­ing for can­cer fundraiser be­ing held by the Dept. of Cor­rec­tions (802-748-8151) where Lisa was em­ployed as a business man­ager. For more in­for­ma­tion, please see the New­port Daily Ex­press, Septem­bre 19th, 2014.

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