SUSIE IBARRA TO PERFORM RARE SOLO
PERFORMANCE IN BERKELEY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York-based Susie Ibarra to make rare solo performance
at newly created non-profit jazz venue, The Jazz House.
Berkeley, CA (June 16, 2003)-Susie Ibarra, one of the
most sought-after drummers in New York City, will be making a rare solo performance at The
Jazz House on Wednesday, June 25, 2003. This will be the only Bay Area opportunity to see
Susie Ibarra perform on her way to multi-night appearances at the Vancouver Jazz Festival.
Born in California, raised in Texas and now based in New York
City, Susie Ibarra is working on a number of projects with artists such as Dave Douglas
and John Zorn. She has worked with Derek Bailey, David S. Ware, Ikue Mori, Dave Douglas
and Matthew Shipp among others. Of Filipino descent, her music blends Asian traditions,
free jazz, improvisation and minimalism into evocative and dynamic soundscapes.
She is a frequent performer at New York's Tonic, as well as
throughout Europe, Canada and the U.S., having performed solo at Carnegie Hall, Walker Art
Center, Tonic and the Berlin Music Festival.
Full details about Susie Ibarra can be gathered from www.susieibarra.com.
Tickets will be on sale at the door for $15, beginning at
7:30pm, Wednesday, June 25, 2003. No advance ticket sales are available. The Jazz House is
an intimate venue seating 70 people.
About The Jazz House:
The Jazz House is a non-profit jazz music venue created for
jazz performers and fans of all ages. As an alcohol and smoke free environment, we
encourage student involvement as opening acts and audience members. Full details about The
Jazz House can be gathered from www.thejazzhouse.org.