Join us for Tosco Music Tuesdays Lunchtime Concerts! Next is Deeper Shade of Blue on April 20 at 12pm on Facebook or YouTube.

TOSCO MUSIC TUESDAYS - THE GARVIN DEAN PROJECT

LOCATION
Facebook & YouTube
DESCRIPTION
TMT- GDP

Tosco Music Tuesdays Lunchtime Concerts are live-streamed FREE on Facebook and YouTube each week at noon. The series runs for 5 weeks, from April 6 to May 4, 2021. Each week showcases a different music genre - come with us on a 5-week tour of music cultures in Charlotte!

Dates: April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 2021
Time: 12:00-1:00pm each Tuesday

• April 6 – R&B/Motown – Springer & Cagle Duo
• April 13 – Latin - UltimaNota
• April 20 – Bluegrass/Country - Deeper Shade of Blue
• April 27 – World – VaNova Duo
• May 4 – Jazz - Garvin Dean Project


Garvin Dean Project on May 4: This 6-piece contemporary jazz ensemble formed in 1999 and has performed across the US from DC to LA with their lively, soulful style that blends traditional and modern jazz techniques. www.reverbnation.com/thegarvindeanproject

Tosco Music Tuesdays is sponsored by Arts & Science Council Culture Blocks - a community partnership funded by Mecklenburg County Government. Partners include Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation. #CultureforAll #CultureBlocks

SEE WHAT'S
COMING UP

  • NEXT EVENT
    Tosco Music Tuesdays - Deeper Shade of Blue

  • NEXT EVENT
    Tosco Music Tuesdays - VaNova Duo

  • NEXT EVENT
    Virtual Tosco Music Party-FREE!

  • NEXT EVENT
    The Fab Four

  • NEXT EVENT
    Tosco Music Beatles Tribute

  • The music parties are an indie-music institution in Charlotte, so popular they often fill a 1,200-seat hall, with a roster of performers that has included everyone from American Idol contestants to The Avett Brothers.

  • What started 20 years ago as a jam session in John Tosco’s living room has bloomed into one of the region’s most unique regional events – and a coveted gig for unsigned artists.

  • A Tosco Music Party is a theatre in the round of sorts for acoustic musicians. It's a medium that breaks down artificial barriers between entertainers and audience.

  • Maybe you’ve never heard the new folk trio out of Chapel Hill or the dulcimer player from Appalachia. Maybe you’ll marvel over a double-necked guitar solo or a 13-year-old classical pianist. Whatever you’re seeking, this incredible, quarterly variety show will make you grateful to have John Tosco curating your musical adventure.

  • Think of Tosco Music Party as the musical equivalent of walking into Ben & Jerry's and saying: 'I'd like a spoonful of everything, please.'

  • Lisa Rab

    Charlotte Magazine 2013

  • Wall Street Journal

    2009

  • Creative Loafing

    Charlotte, NC

  • Charlotte Magazine 2014 BOB Awards

    Best Place To Discover New Music

  • Creative Loafing

    Charlotte, NC