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Peter H. Bloom, flute; Mark Leighton, guitar: Blues, Ballads and Bebop
(Published: November 03, 2017)

The virtuosic and versatile Bloom/Leighton Duo will perform a crowd-pleasing show of Blues, Ballads and Bebop Monday November 6 2017 at 7:00 pm, at the Plymouth Public Library, 132 South Street, Plymouth, MA 02360. Free and open to the public. For information: 508-830-4250. Sponsored by the Dr. Richard M. Shiff Forum.

Expect an exhilarating mix of music by Harold Arlen, Clifford Brown, Thelonious Monk, Hoagy Carmichael, Mercer Ellington, Bud Powell, Dexter Gordon and other great American tunesmiths. Flutist Peter H. Bloom and guitarist Mark Leighton have performed together for 25 years, winning praise for their stellar musicianship and entertaining concerts. The duo is a member of the New England States Touring Roster.

Peter H. Bloom, flute, concertizes in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand and is featured on more than 40 recordings (Leo Records, 9Winds, Sony Classical, Dorian, other labels). He is a faculty member of the Snow Pond Composers Workshop; serves as contributing editor for Noteworthy Sheet Music; and is a winner of the American Musicological Society's Noah Greenberg Award. His career encompasses exploratory jazz, new and improvised music, jazz standards, blues, bebop, and diverse chamber music from the Renaissance to the 21st century. The Boston Globe called his playing "a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength," while Jazz Improv hailed his "exquisite melody." Bloom is a 40-year veteran with the legendary Aardvark Jazz Orchestra ("lush sonorities worthy of Ellington's finest reed sections" - JazzTimes) and has appeared with such jazz luminaries as Charles Neville, Jaki Byard, Sheila Jordan, and Geri Allen.

Mark Leighton is a jazz and classical guitarist known for his superb artistry and wide-ranging repertoire. He has performed as a solo recitalist and ensemble player across the Northeast, appearing at venues such as Colby College, Nichols College, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Thomas Crane Library, Medallion Opera House, Elmira College, The Ritz-Carleton, Chatham Bars Inn, The Taj, The Boston Public Library and many others. He is a member of Copley Chamber Players and performs with jazz notables Billy Novick, Ted Powers and Larry Carsman, among others. Mark Leighton serves on the Applied Music Faculty at Colby College, teaches at Eastern Nazarene College and St. George's School, and served previously as Artistic Director of First Night Quincy. A graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, Mark Leighton studied with noted guitarists Robert Sullivan, David Leisner and Sharon Isbin, among others.

The Bloom/Leighton Duo is managed by Americas Musicworks, Rebecca DeLamotte, Managing Director, telephone 617-776-8778. Email: delamotte-amw@comcast.net

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