Our 2021 concert Reverberations features Grammy nominated flat picker extraordinaire Tim May, six and twelve-string fingerstyle guitar wizard and raconteur Richard Gilewitz, and Australian violinist and composer Mark Russell. They will deliver a kaleidoscope of music genres with the grand finale dedicated to the swing jazz style of Django Reinhard.
The venue is the Performing Arts Academy of Jupiter, located at 6743 W. Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida 33458. Doors open at 6.15 pm. Open seating. Depending on the overall situation in July, the capacity of the venue may be limited to 50%. Therefore, tickets are limited. They are available directly from us (Stefan: 561.762.6473) and starting at the end of May also at Wolfe Guitars in Jupiter(561.746.2209).
The Ocean of Notes Concert Series promotes musicians and provides people across all income levels with an opportunity to experience live music performances while learning about our important dolphin research and ocean conservation work.
Science and music are actually closely related. It is the interaction of sounds, tempo, and pitch that creates music, just as facts and knowledge, combined with imagination and conjecture produces new scientific discoveries. And if you listen, you can hear dolphins, whales and a myriad of living things, together with currents and tides, performing a symphony that reverberates throughout the marine environment.