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MUSE/IQUE's Uncorked Series Kicks Off With CAR/TUNES

MUSE/IQUE's Uncorked Series Kicks Off With CAR/TUNES




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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) MUSE/IQUE, Pasadena's pioneering live music organization, kicks off its signature Uncorked series with CAR/TUNES, an intimate evening of iconic car songs and conversation on Sunday, October 28, 2018. In the MUSE/IQUE tradition of creating seamless connections between venue and performance, CAR/TUNES serves as the capstone event of Car Classic 2018. The audience will be situated among beautiful classic and iconic cars at the ArtCenter College of Design, one of today's leading institutions in automotive design.

Artistic Director Rachael Worby and guest artists Goodtime Boys Band, tenor Ashley Faatoalia, singer LaNesha Latimer, and musical duo Jordan Bush (banjo) and Armando Wood (bass) will take the audience back to the open road, when a full tank of gas and the perfect song inspired endless possibilities. From Wilson Pickett's "Mustang Sally" and The Beach Boys "Little Old Lady from Pasadena," to Neil Young's "Long May You Run" and Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car," the evening's repertoire will explore the intersection of music and cars in popular culture, in both unique and illuminating ways, drawing upon personal memories and igniting the imagination.

MUSE/IQUE's 2018-2019 Uncorked series is an exploration of the role of songs in our lives, from the ditties we sing in our cars to love ballads to anthems of healing and beyond. The Uncorked experience is designed to break conventions by eliminating barriers, deconstructing music and carefully curating experiences within improvised urban venues for extraordinary performances. Venues include warehouses, factories, schools, and iconic cultural locales in Pasadena. MUSE/IQUE partners with inspiring artists who share their passion for collaborative exploration of non-traditional performance. Each Uncorked performance is preceded by a wine reception, and opportunities to mingle and explore the iconic locales that serve as the impromptu venues for the series.

Upcoming 2018-2019 Uncorked events include:

SINGING/STORIES, Sunday, December 2, 2018

Before humanity could write, we sang. We kept our stories alive from generation to generation through the power of music, using nothing but our voices. Music evokes deep wells of memory and unites us in shared emotion. Gather together with friends and join Rachael Worby and her stable of musical poets for an evening of remembering all there is that connects us.

Programming and venue to be announced.

A CAPELLA/AWAKENING, Sunday, January 27, 2019

Songs are universal vehicles of personal discovery that reveal great beauty and meaning. This event will explore the human voice in its many combinations and talents and how those permutations-from quirky fun to deeply spiritual-inform and express who we are.

Programming and venue to be announced.

UNRESTRAINED/REFRAINS, Sunday, March 31, 2019

Garages are where people experiment, work, play, store tools (of course), and occasionally park their cars. For many, including musicians, they're an endless playground, ripe with creative possibilities for ideas and songs to come alive. Join us for the MUSE/IQUE version of a garage-inspired jam session.

Programming and venue to be announced.

SWINGING/STARS, Sunday May 19, 2019

The cosmos inspires us to wonder and dream without limitations, and connects us to the greater universe that is an intrinsic part of our existence. The sky and stars above us have inspired music-making throughout history. From Gustav Holst to David Bowie, we will explore the inextricable link between the cosmos and song, illuminating our place in the world.

Programming and venue to be announced.

MUSE/IQUE AT ARTNIGHT, Friday, March 8, 2019, Paseo Colorado Garfield Promenade

MUSE/IQUE's annual FREE family-friendly dance party returns to the Paseo Colorado and Pasadena's ArtNight

MUSE/IQUE is a dynamic, nonprofit organization that creates exhilarating live music adventures. Presenting performances at landmark locations throughout Pasadena, MUSE/IQUE goes beyond the concert hall and into the community with spectacularly intimate performances which combine music, movement and ideas from a diverse range of genres. Under the leadership of renowned Artistic Director Rachael Worby, MUSE/IQUE's artistic collective consists of an acclaimed orchestra and top musicians from the worlds of jazz, rock, blues, gospel, and more, along with today's best singers, dancers, and thinkers. Together with an enthusiastic and growing audience base, these artists reimagine the possibilities for the live music experience. Founded in 2011, MUSE/IQUE is a membership driven organization presenting nine major public events each year as well as a wide range of education and community engagement programs.

UNCORKED - MUSE/IQUE's signature series UNCORKED consists of five live music events set in unexpected places. Each event is curated around a theme that ties directly or subliminally to the physical environment. With mixed eclectic seating for 400-600, UNCORKED emphasizes intimate, shared experiences that enliven audience thinking.

MUSE/IQUE's SUMMER SERIES - MUSE/IQUE launched its inaugural summer series at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in June 2018. The centerpiece orchestral festival of the programming year, MUSE/IQUE's summer series is comprised of three performances featuring a full orchestra and enriched repertoire. The entire series is curated around one unifying theme that incorporates music, literature, visual art, and performance art.

MUSE/IQUE AT ARTNIGHT - MUSE/IQUE produces one free live music event annually in conjunction with Pasadena's city-wide ArtNight Festival. This family-friendly series is a participatory dance party that serves 5,000-6,000 in the plaza of Paseo Colorado's Garfield Promenade.

MUSE/IQUE COMMUNITY - MUSE/IQUE creates curriculum-based, small group music interactions that engage participants in a deeper experience of the repertoire and ideas behind each event. Formerly known as KIDS/IQUE, these community programs began serving foster and at-risk youth and have expanded to serve senior citizens, families in need, and other local groups at our partnering organizations.






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