The Tuesday night Bloomington Songwriter Showcase is back this week featuring folk musiciansAnne Hurley and Jim Krause, Cindy Kallet and Charlie Jesseph.
Jesseph’s music style reflects those of rhythm and blues, soul and Latin music. He will be making his debut and will perform solo.
Hurley and Krause are a guitar and cello duo with music that has classical, folk, jazz, new age and Americana influences. Hurley and Krause met and graduated from the Jacobs School of Music with Hurley studying cello performance and Krause studying violin performance and composition.
Kallet is an American singer-songwriter who performs solo, as a duo with Grey Larson and as a trio with Ellen Epstein and Michael Cicone. She will be performing solo on Tuesday.
The showcase takes place from 8-10 p.m. Nov. 5 at Bear’s Place with free admission.
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