Black Violin – 11.3.18

Black Violin – 11.3.18

Saturday, November 3 at 7:30 p.m. – Hering Auditorium

We’re just about at capacity for this evening’s performance and tickets sales will go offline at noon the day of show.

However, the box office will open at Hering at 6:30pm.

At that time we’ll have whatever tickets remain, any that are turned back and some we’ve set aside that aren’t picked up along with limited standing room.

If you have tickets and can’t make it, please let us know.

If you want tickets come early – your chances will be good to get in.

Thanks for making this performance such a success Fairbanks!!!
See you there!

Black Violin is the blend of classical, hip-hop, rock, R&B, and bluegrass music. Live, they are accompanied by their band, featuring turntable whiz DJTK (Dwayne Dayal) and a drummer. Named one of the hottest bands at SXSW in 2013, Black Violin was invited to perform at Bonnaroo and returned to SXSW this year to SRO crowds. Since their appearance here in 2014 they have expanded – and exploded the scene, selling out the Kennedy Center, performing with the National Symphony and named a Turnaround Artist by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities.

Since starting Black Violin a decade ago Wil Baptiste and Kevin “Kev Marcus” Sylvester have performed an average of 200 shows a year in 49 states and 36 countries as far away as Dubai, Prague and South Africa, while appearing at official NFL celebrations for three Super Bowls and last year’s U.S. Open in Forest Hills with Jordin Sparks. Their groundbreaking collaboration has seen them play their music for everybody from the troops in Iraq to both the official President’s Inaugural Ball and the Kids Inaugural in Washington, DC, where Barack Obama himself gave each a hearty hand-shake. Individually and together, Black Violin has collaborated with the likes of P. Diddy, 50 Cent, Tom Petty, Aerosmith, Aretha Franklin and The Eagles.

Black Violin upends cultural and musical stereotypes…an unexpected blend of classically trained musicianship and hip-hop beats and inventiveness.“-The Miami Herald

The duo elicits brilliant music with poignant message for the world.” -Essence

Black Violin works hard, but makes it all look like play… Sometimes they play with the intense seriousness of orchestral soloists; at others they fiddle as if at a hoedown; at still others they strum the violin and viola like guitars.” – New York Times

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May 11, 2018