'Live at the Five & Dime' Continues With Faculty Collaboration
The second season of the "Live at the Five & Dime" outdoor concert series continues from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, with a chamber concert featuring U of A faculty Theresa Delaplain (oboe) and Lia Uribe (bassoon) with Bo Newsome (oboe). The concert is free, and is outside the Walmart Museum on the Bentonville Square.
"Live at the Five & Dime" features 25 concerts from April 24 to Oct. 9. The concerts are a collaboration between the University of Arkansas Department of Music, the Walmart Museum, and Downtown Bentonville Inc. The performances feature faculty, students and other artists connected to the Department of Music at the University of Arkansas, and overlap partly with the Wednesday Farmer's Market on the Bentonville Square. A full listing can be found at fulbright.uark.edu/fiveanddime
Live at the Five & Dime Concert Series
June 26 — Jazz Trio
Asher Perkins (bass)
July 17 — Viridian Saxophone Quartet
Eric Troiano, Casey Grev, Madeline Morizio, and Kyle Landry
July 24 — Block Street Hot Club Jazz Trio
Felipe Antonio (guitar)
July 31 — Chris Teal Trio
Chris Teal (drums), Matt Johnson (piano), Kyth Trantham (bass)
Aug. 14 — Blue Thread: Music Ballads from the Ozarks, Sefards, Portugal, and Spain: Cristi Catt (soprano), Carol Widder (accordion and cello), Mahshid Iraniparast (santoor), and Nikola Radan (flutes, guitar, and percussion) Listen
Aug. 28 — Afro-Cuban Trio
Angel Rovira (vocals), Andrew Thompson (guitar), Fernando Valencia (percussion)
Sept. 4 — FerMambo Valencia Latin Jazz Quintet
Oct. 2 — University of Arkansas Songwriter's Workshop
Directed by Jake Hertzog
Oct. 9 — University of Arkansas World Music Ensemble
Directed by Nikola Radan
Justin R. Hunter, instructor
Department of Music
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