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A Vision Awakening: A Celebration of The Cummer Gardens

A unique collaboration of song, music and spoken word.

Event Details:
September 8, 2013 - September 8, 2013
2:00 p.m.
Location: The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens - Terry Gallery

 

Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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A unique collaboration of song, music and spoken word.
Classes for Adults
Classes for Members
Concerts
Event Start Date: 
Sun, 09/08/2013
Event Start Time: 
2:00 p.m.
Event Location: 
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens - Terry Gallery
Summary: 
<p>Join the Cummer Museum of Art &amp; Gardens along with musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan and actor, poet and radio host Al Letson for one of the most unique performances of the year. &nbsp;</p>

 

Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Join the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens along with musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan and actor, poet and radio host Al Letson for one of the most unique performances of the year.  

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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A unique collaboration of song, music and spoken word.
Classes for Adults
Classes for Members
Concerts
Event Start Date: 
Sun, 09/08/2013
Event Start Time: 
2:00 p.m.
Event Location: 
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens - Terry Gallery
Summary: 
<p>Join the Cummer Museum of Art &amp; Gardens along with musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan and actor, poet and radio host Al Letson for one of the most unique performances of the year. &nbsp;</p>

 

Lee Hunter                                  Charlotte Mabrey

Philip Pan                                  

About a year ago, musician and songwriter Lee Hunter of the band Tammerlin, percussionist Charlotte Mabrey, and violinist and Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concert Master Philip Pan began a collaboration with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to create a performance in celebration of the Gardens and their setting along the St. Johns River. They began the process by researching the archives of The Cummer, digging through letters and diaries of Ninah Cummer.  The result is a performance of music and spoken word featuring text from Ninah's speeches, garden journals and other writings which will be performed by Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. 

The text will be mixed with and supported by music that reflects the setting. The music will include a marimba solo performed by Charlotte Mabrey, a hauntingly beautiful piece for piano and vibraphone by Arvo Part performed by Mabrey and Hunter, an original song written and performed by Lee Hunter along with Philip Pan and Charlotte Mabrey, a medley of violin works performed by Philip Pan, improvisations and more. This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer's existing Gardens but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city. 

Tickets are $30 per person. Museum members may purchase tickets for a discounted price of $20 per person. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by CLICKING HERE or by calling (904) 899-6038. Please note, we do not mail tickets, we check your name at the door.

9/4/13 - Al Letson will not be performing with the group as scheduled. Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello will perform the spoken word portion of the performance.

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