Gary Wittner, Guitar; Tony Gaboury, Guitar; Tracy McMullen, Tenor Saxophone
Guitarist Gary Wittner, originally from New York, now lives in Maine where he is a faculty member of the Univ. of Maine School of Music and Bowdoin College. Gary has performed and taught music worldwide on 5 continents since the 1980s. He has officially represented the USA multiple times as a Fulbright Specialist and US Embassy Outreach Artist. Gary has released 7 CDs as a leader; he performs original, instrumental, and vocal jazz, latin music, and Balkan music.
Tracy McMullen is a saxophonist, composer, and Associate Professor of American Vernacular Music. Her 2019 book, Haunthenticity: Musical Replay and the Fear of the Real (Wesleyan University Press) contextualizes live musical reenactments (pop tribute bands, jazz revivals) within postmodern conceptions and fears about identity and difference. She is currently conducting research on jazz pedagogy and inclusivity for her second book project. As a saxophonist and composer, she has recorded on Cadence, Parma, and Plutonium Records.
Tony Gaboury is a jazz guitarist living in Portland Maine.
He’s taught Jazz Guitar and Harmony at Berklee School of Music in Boston MA as well as residencies at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest Hungary and other European cities. He has recorded and played with many present well know jazz musicians such as Chris Potter, Ben Street, George Garzone and many others.
Doors open at 7:30 pm | Show starts at 8:00 pm.
Tickets: $5 students, $15 Seniors, $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Facemasks required for all public events at PCM (as of 3/31/2022)