Lionel Lyles Trio

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Lionel Lyles Trio

Sidewalk Serenades | Close (But Not Too Close) Personal Concerts

SUN JUN 6 | 1PM | 2PM | 3PM | 4PM | 5PM | 6PM
$85 (+$5 Service Fee)


Sax player Lionel D. Lyles II has a big sound influenced by both classic bebop and classic R & B. He has studied with such jazz icons such as Branford Marsalis, Joey Calderazzo, Jimmy Heath, Roy Hargrove, Brian Horton, and Dr. Ira Wiggins and brings his musical power, along with his trio, featuring Lionel on horn, Phil Thomas on drums, and Mike Grahm on bass, with this series of masterful Sidewalk Serenades.



 

Sidewalk Serenades: 

Close (But Not Too Close) Personal Concerts ushers Spring into Baltimore with short (20-30 min) performances that come directly to you.
Performers will come to the confirmed address, text the resident upon arrival and, like a burst of sunlight through these gray skies, share their talents from the sidewalk. The fee for each performance will be shared between the artist and Creative Alliance to help keep the arts thriving in Baltimore!
Voted 'Best Concert Series' by Baltimore Magazine 2020
"The concerts are a way to keep the arts alive and artists employed in these uncertain times with a bootstraps approach that’s truly Baltimore."

The Basics:
• Performers come to the front of your (or loved one's) home and perform for 20-30 minutes.
• Performances will occur in Baltimore City. Not in Baltimore City? Email josh@creativealliance.org to confirm your address is accessible through this program, 
• Ticket sales end when all slots are booked OR at 8am day of the concerts.
• If there is poor weather, concerts will be rescheduled to the next nice day, if possible.

What if I want to purchase a concert for someone else??? 
• Just leave the name, address, and cell number of the person the concert is for in the COMMENTS section when you check out online.

What if I live in an apartment?
• Performers will not enter an apartment or shared home but can perform in front of the complex or on the side of a building. This works the best with musicians that project well (horns, trios, etc).

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