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Duck Creek Makes It a Double

Mon, 09/04/2023 - 13:21
Anna Webber and her ensemble, Shimmer Wince, will perform at the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs.
Alice Plati

Anna Webber, a flutist, saxophonist, and composer, will be at the Arts Center at Duck Creek with Shimmer Wince, her latest ensemble, on Saturday at 5 p.m. 

Ms. Webber's work draws from avant-garde jazz and new classical music. She was recently named a 2021 Berlin Prize Fellow and was voted the top "Rising Star" flutist in the 2020 DownBeat critics' poll.

She will be accompanied by Adam O'Farrill on trumpet, Mariel Roberts on cello, Elias Stemeseder on synthesizer, and Steven Crammer on drums.

In collaboration with OLA of Eastern Long Island, Duck Creek will present a concert by Mambo Loco on Sunday at 5. For more than 20 years, the band has been synonymous with the classic music of Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican origin.

The band consists of Wayne Burgess, bass and vocals, Bill Smith, piano and vocals, Cristian Rivera, conga and vocals, Larry Belford, percussion and vocals, and Steve Gluzband and Ozzy Cardona, trumpet.

Audience members have been encouraged to take chairs and picnics. In the event of rain, concerts will be held indoors, on a first-come-first-seated basis.

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