String The­ory at Hunter on Tues­day

Chattanooga Times Free Press - ChattanoogaNow - - MUSIC - STAFF RE­PORT

The rhythms and melodies of South Amer­ica and East­ern Europe will be brought to life by Grammy Award-win­ning gui­tarist Ja­son Vieaux and French ac­cor­dion­ist Julien Labro in the next String The­ory on Tues­day, Dec. 11.

The duo’s per­for­mance will be­gin at 6:30 p.m. in Hunter Mu­seum of Amer­i­can Art, 10 Bluff View.

Vieaux, on gui­tar, and Labro, on ac­cor­dion, will per­form works by As­tor Pi­az­zolla, Radames Gnat­tali, Pat Metheny and Arvo Pärt.

Guests are in­vited to ar­rive at 5:30 p.m. for an Art Con­nec­tion talk with Bob Bern­hardt and Ellen Si­mak, for­mer Hunter Mu­seum cu­ra­tor.

Lim­ited park­ing is avail­able in the Hunter Mu­seum lot, along High Street and Wal­nut Street. Guests are asked not to park in the traf­fic cir­cle in front of the mu­seum or in Bluff View park­ing lots.

Tick­ets are $ 35 for Hunter mem­bers, $ 45 non­mem­bers, $10 for stu­dents with valid ID. For more in­for­ma­tion or ticket prices for groups of 20 or more: 423-414-2525.

LEE UNIVER­SITY PHOTO

Julien Labro, left, and Ja­son Vieaux are the next per­form­ers in String The­ory.

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