Performance with Young Audiences WNY—Miché Fambro: “Finding Your Own Voice”
Friday, August 2, 2013, 6 pm
Join guitarist, singer, and storyteller Miché Fambro as he uses music, rhythms, and stories from different cultures’ musical traditions to encourage people young and old toward creative self-expression. In this fun-for-all-ages performance, Fambro will inspire the audience, through music and humor, to experiment, play, practice, and, most of all, believe in themselves.
Miché Fambro, a singer and instrumentalist, is the grandson of vaudeville performers. He composes music and mentors young musicians in workshops and online, through an online series of “Guitar Lessons.” As the leader of numerous groups in upstate New York, Fambro is known for his integrative sound, blending pop, folk, jazz, Latin, and soul genres into an original and unique repertoire. He now tours the United States and Canada as a soloist, capturing the energy of a full band with an innovative, percussive nylon-string guitar technique and full vocal range. Fambro is also an established and entertaining storyteller. His engaging stories are drawn from his childhood in the city, his challenges as a left-handed guitarist, life on the road, and even parenting.
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