Virtuoso pianist Gabriel Palatchi will perform at the Miners Hall on Sept. 26 as part of the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture's concert series.

We’ve got the music in Rossland

Rossland's concert series kicks off with a performance from pianist Gabriel Palatchi.

Rossland’s 11th annual concert series, presented by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC), kicks off on Saturday, Sept. 26 with a performance by virtuoso pianist Gabriel Palatchi.

According to  a press release from the RCAC, “When RCAC selects performances for the series we focus on artistic excellence, diversity of genres, affordability and supporting a mix of emerging and established Canadian and international artists. These factors combine to create unforgettable evenings of music and entertainment.”

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Palatchi has been playing the piano since he was 8 years old. His music is a diverse blend of Latin Jazz, Tango, Funk, Klezmer, Gypsy, Reggae, Samba and Electronic, representing the many cultures that have influenced his music.

“We are thrilled to have Gabriel as the first performance in our series,” Andy Stradling of the RCAC performance series committee said in a press release. “We believe this show will set the tone for an exciting season of diverse musical talent!”

The RCAC has also announced three other performances for this season’s series:

Saturday, Oct. 24—The John Welsh Band from Mission, BC blends elements of Folk, Surf Rock, Reggae, and Latin music.

Saturday, Nov. 14—The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra from Vancouver, BC plays Bluegrass and Roots music with influences from Flamenco and African percussion.

Friday, Jan. 22—The Remi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble from Montreal, QC offers a magical evening of Jazz music in tribute to jazz legend Dave Brubeck.

All performances will be held at the Miners’ Hall and doors will open at 7 p.m. with an anticipated start time of 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Out of the Cellar in Rossland and the Charles Bailey Theatre Box Office in Trail.

 

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