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JAMES WATERMAN & BRIDGE TO EVERYWHERE – THE ELEPHANT KING Music Video Release Celebration!

Council District
City Council District 14

BRIDGE TO EVERYWHERE, JAMES WATERMAN & ANNAPURNA KUMAR: “THE ELEPHANT KING” Music Video Release Celebration

Join Bridge to Everywhere for a night of music, dance, and celebration at the Bridge to Everywhere, James Waterman & Annapurna Kumar: The Elephant King Music Video Release Celebration! Featuring live performances of Hindustani traditional music, West African drumming and dance, and more! With a live premiere music video screening of James Waterman and Bridge to Everywhere’s new single. Join us at Art Share L.A. in Los Angeles, CA to celebrate the awaited release of James Waterman’s “The Elephant King”.

CONCERT PROGRAM
7PM – 9PM (doors open at 6:45PM)

RAJIB KARMAKAR (sitar), CHRIS VOTEK (cello), and NEELAMJIT DHILLON (tabla)
KEENAR – featuring Rajib Karmakar (sitar), Neel Agrawal (drumset and tabla), James Waterman (vibraphone and percussion)
YEKO LADZEKPO-COLE – with drummers Derrick Skye, James Waterman, Kevin Moran, Ben Scanlan, Kevin O’Sullivan, Jun Reichl
BRIDGE TO EVERYWHERE , conducted by Derrick Skye and featuring Philip Graulty (guitar), Rachel Mellis (bansuri + flute), Yvette Holzwarth (violin), Chris Votek (cello), Mark Gutierrez (bass), Hannah Arista (percussion), and James Waterman (percussion)
“THE ELEPHANT KING” – The world premiere of Annapurna Kumar’s Music Video of Bridge to Everywhere’s performance of James Waterman’s cross-cultural suite “The Elephant King”

Epilespy/seizure Warning: The video content in this presentation contains flashing lights and imagery that may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.

DETAILS/INFO
$10 suggested donation

Cash bar for 21+

ACCESSIBILITY
All public areas of Art Share LA are wheelchair-accessible. Art Share aims to be as accommodating as possible – if you or member(s) of your group require any special accommodations, please contact us in advance of your visit to discuss your requirements or ask at the front office.

GETTING HERE/PARKING
We strongly encourage the use of ride-sharing services, public transit, or cycling. For group transportation options, GOGO Charters, National Charter Bus and Champion Charter Bus offer private shuttles to and from Art Share LA.

Art Share LA is accessible by the 5 and 101 freeways at Seventh Street. Street and lot parking near Art Share LA is limited. We recommend Best Auto Park in the Little Tokyo Galleria.

Ride Share Drop-off and Pick-up location is 801 E 4th Place, Los Angeles, CA 90013.

Location

Art Share LA
801 E 4th Pl.
Los Angeles, CA 90013 United States
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Organizer

James Waterman and Bridge to Everywhere
Phone
5857494597
Email
jamesRwaterman@gmail.com
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