Wed, July 8th

Running late, Mamalama and Anna Winthrop


Doors 6:30PM
Show 7PM
Advance Price
Door Price $10

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Running late, Mamalama and Anna Winthrop

Mamalama is an uncommon orchestration of harp and ethereal voice, cello, violin, hammered dulcimer, upright bass, piano, french horn, and choral voices. A listening experience that has been described as "like walking into a dream." Mamalama seamlessly weaves together world music (Native American, Middle Eastern, Celtic), classical minimalism, early/sacred/renaissance, psychedelia, indie-chamber music, and vivid lyrical mysticism. Listeners often recall the music of Philip Glass and Kate Bush, with undertones of Hildegard of Bingen and early polyphonic music.
Mamalama is comprised of Elizabeth Clark on Harp, Piano and Vocals; Henry Lowengard on Hammer Dulcimer, Glockenspiel, Tenor Recorder, Melodica, and Vocals; Rusty Boris on Bass and Vocals; Eric Ortner on Violin, French Horn, and Vocals; Annie Roland on Vocals and Octave Mandolin; Cornelia Logan on Cello and Vocals.

Anna Winthrop and Kirin McElwain
Anna has performed throughout the United States and Europe as an actress, singer and dancer, beginning her career at the tender age of 12.  She studied classical voice at the prestigious Oberlin Conservatory before making a life for herself in the New York theater scene, and most recently has turned to composition as an exploration of her eclectic musical background in the jazz, classical, music theater and pop worlds.  She is prized for her versatility, deep lyricism and storytelling abilities, and for creating a unique sound within the songwriter world.  In 2014 Anna formed a collaboration with the cellist Kirin McElwain, an equally versatile musician who hails from the classical world but has performed with Boyz ll Men, John Vanderslice, The Fleeting Ends, visual artist Anamaya Farthing-Kohl and pianist Judith Gordon.


Running Late

Running Late was a little surprised when Sony Music's Sound and Image Showcase named them as a top 32 global emerging art
ist in 2012; but this talented group of college students and their eclectic neo-90's alternative rock/pop sound 
have been building a following in the New Jersey scene since they began performing in the summer of 2009. Today, following the release of their critically acclaimed debut album "Better Late Than Never", they have gained thousands of fans across the country and continue to share the stage with some of the biggest names in the music industry.  The band was formed after long time high school friends singer/songwriter Noah Giglio, singer/saxophonist John Hall and bassist Mike Hall began creating original music within the confines of their childhood homes. Fueled by a mutual passion for 90's rock, the three began recording their material and came to the realization that what they had was something worthwhile."After the first few demos, it became very clear that what we had was special" says Mike, "Noah, John and I just clicked, and we knew that the time was right to bring our variation of the 90's back to the people". The band was soon joined by cellist Alex Fillimon, who added a fundamentally creative dimension with his melodic play style which was honed over years of classical training. Eventually, the band welcomed drummer Mark Spelker who immediately contributed in shaping Running Late's sound with his aggressive and dynamic play style, which greatly helped in complementing Mike's powerful Flea-inspired bass playing. Lead guitarist/vocalist Chris Ruzicka would be the bands most recent addition, who's virtuosity and creativity helped continue to elevate the intricacies within Running Late's music.  



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