Sam Fishkin, producer and co-founder of Mix Kitchen started out in radio and this Tuesday, he’s returning to his roots, mixing music for two different live performances.
Sam is a key part in an amazing summer series that allows musicians to do what they do best… perform live. International Music Foundation’s Rush Hour Concert Series allows an audience to see and hear musicians in a number of virtual ways.
On Tuesday, July 21, at 5:45 pm CST, tune in to the Rush Hour Concert with three incredibly gifted family members of the Kirk family. Lewis, arranged the trio pieces for bassoon, viola, and harp, and Melissa and Ellie each perform a solo work. They will be performing six pieces that are especially moving in this time of isolation.
The show is FREE HERE.
Rush Hour Concerts is a FREE virtual concert series on Tuesdays – July through September.
Sam’s next gig at 7 pm CST, goes fully live on the radio AND on your screens! Tune in to WDCB 90.9FM OR use this link to buy a $10 ticket and you’ll be able to watch and listen to Thaddeus Tukes, his band, a modern dancer, and a tap dancer all perform live.
Yup, live on the radio and live on your screen. And if that’s not enough, you can watch in 360 on Studio5’s new Theta V ‘surround’ VR camera. You decide what you want to look at. Sam will be mixing it so it all makes sense. What could go wrong?
The radio show runs 7-8 pm CST. A ticket to the video stream lets you in early and gives you an extra hour of music from 8-9 pm.
If you understand that getting musicians back together to safely perform live is really important, then check this out. And don’t forget to hit the tip jar – this is one of the few ways musicians can earn a living right now.
For more info and tickets VISIT HERE