Kubecca, the duo of Broadway musical vocalist Rebecca Lowe and multi-instrumentalist Kuba Kawnik will be performing in Turlock as part of the Turlock Concert Association’s series.
The duo will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Turlock Community Theatre.
Kawnik, originally from Poland, began his musical career at the age of four. Although he is best known for his performance on vibraphone, he has also mastered some unusual and difficult instruments, including the Theremin - a rare and complex contemporary invention accessible to but a very few virtuosos worldwide.
Rebecca Lowe is best known for her roles in the musicals “Evita” and “Jekyll & Hyde.” Booked right out of college, and as the youngest actress to perform the role of Eva Peron in “Evita,” she received standing ovations and critical acclaim throughout North America and Europe.
Kubecca combines the classical and jazz education of both artists for a program that features country, jazz and showtunes arranged for unique instrumentation including the marimba, kalimba, flute and theremin.
This is the first of five concerts included in the bundle for subscribers to the 2016-2017 season. Single tickets for non-subscribers for this event are $25, and $15 for students through high school. Season subscription also includes reciprocal tickets at several affiliated associations in the region. For tickets, subscriptions, or further information, call Ruth Cunningham at 634-0788 or Eric Julien at 667-5874, or visit http://www.turlockconcert.org/tickets.php for pricing. Tickets and season subscriptions will also be available at the door.