Two-Day Music Festival features Jacobs Students

The music division of Indiana University’s Business Careers in Entertainment Club (BCEC) is pleased to present Bloomingtone on Friday, October 19th and Saturday October 20th  in multiple venues in downtown Bloomington. The festival will include a couple of Jacobs School of Music talented students:

Student of Dee Stewart, Cameron Smith (Bass Trombone) will be DJing as DJ Turbo at Kilroy’s Sports Bar on October 19th, at 10pm.

Marshall Robbins (jazz guitar) will open the evening at Cafe Django in his combo featuring a bass and drum at 7pm.

Student of Steve Houghton, Mitch Shiner’s (jazz percussion) trio will play at Cafe Django at 9pm.

The Anderson Sextet featuring Jacobs School of Music students Nate Anderson (drums), Sookin Jeong (piano), Marshall Robbins (jazz guitar), Keith Jost (bass), Christian Allmendinger (trumpet), and Drew Lefkowith (saxophone), will perform at Cafe Django at 10pm.

Kevin Miescke (French Horn):and the quartet Cor 4 will perform at Serendipity at 7:15pm.

Leighann Daihl, Mee Jung Ahn, and Pei-San Chiu (student of Early Music professor Michael McCraw) will perform with early wind instruments at Serendipity at 8pm.

Andrew Lunsford (Tenor) will serenade at Serendipity at 8:45pm

Roy Park (clarinet) will be playing with The Park Trio at Serendipity at 9:30pm.

Evan Chapman (percussion ) and fellow Jacobs percussion students of the quartet Square Peg Round Hole will be performing at Serendipity at 10:15pm.

Diederick van Wassenaer (violin) will be playing fiddle with the bluegrass band The Underhills at Max’s Place at 11:30pm.

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