Carnegie, PA, April 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Hometown chamber ensemble The Matt Murchison Mutiny will bring its eclectic and enlivening brand of “music without boundaries” to the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall for a live performance Monday, April 28. The live set begins at 7:30 p.m.
Band members – or Mutineers, as they prefer to go on the band’s Web site, www.mattmurchisonmutiny.com – play everything from the violin and trumpet to piano and euphonium, and their set next week will include sometimes-familiar, sometimes-twisted renditions of work by artists ranging from Bela Fleck to Tom Waits. They also plan to perform original compositions with bizarre titles such as “Hipster Squirrel.”
The band’s performance will close the months-long Listen Locally series at the “Carnegie Carnegie,” which featured local musicians in intimate settings.
The “Carnegie Carnegie,” one of only four libraries in the U.S. endowed by the industrial magnate Andrew Carnegie during his lifetime and the only one to bear his first name, has been a focal point for community arts and performance since it opened its doors 1901. Home to a first-rate community library and a national treasure of a Civil War room – the Capt. Thomas Espy post of the Grand Army of the Republic – the facility also features an opera-quality, 450-seat music hall.
For more information, call Music Hall and Rental Manager Justin Vellucci at 412.276.3456, x6 or 412.860.9428 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
You also can visit www.carnegiecarnegie.org.