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WXPN Welcomes Andrew Lipke & Hezekiah Jones

March 7 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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WXPN Welcomes Andrew Lipke & Hezekiah Jones
$21.50, $29.50
Doors: Mar 7, 2024 7:30 PM
Spotlight Show! Members Get $10 Off Theater Seats!
Andrew Lipke is a Philly-based, South African born composer, producer, arranger, conductor, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and educator.
As composer, Lipke has written works for ensembles such as The Aizuri String Quartet, Carpe Diem String Quartet, Choral Arts Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Bach Collegium, The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, and vocal sextet Variant Six, to name a few. His credits also include a punk rock score for internationally released EPIX film Back Issues: The Hustler Magazine Story.
As arranger and conductor, Andrew has worked extensively with American singer-songwriter Amos Lee, initially providing orchestrations for Lee’s 2015 album Live at Red Rocks with The Colorado Symphony, and continuing to orchestrate additional material for Lee’s performances with prominent American orchestras.
Lipke spent more than a decade touring with highly successful Led Zeppelin tribute band Get The Led Out as keyboardist, guitarist and vocalist. He has also traveled extensively as vocalist with conductor and composer Steve Hackman’s symphonic synthesis Brahms V Radiohead, including performances with orchestras from coast to coast.
Andrew Lipke has released seven self-produced albums of original music encompassing a wide variety of musical styles from early madrigal vocal music to aggressive hard rock. He is currently at work on multiple projects, including his first opera..
Hezekiah Jones is equal parts (in no particular order) Raphael Cutrufello, Kiley Ryan, Bradley Hinton, Daniel Bower, Philip D’Agostino, Alex Luquet and sometimes a handful of other friends, brought together by a shared love for all things Song. Listening to songs, playing songs, learning songs, dissecting songs, writing songs, singing songs, channeling songs, and other variations ad infinitum. They prefer a high signal to noise ratio, but barring the preferred ratio they would rather lean into the noise. They find joy in gathering people into rooms and outdoor settings together and sharing their love for songs. The past couple years or two have given them the impetus to let go of any lingering nonsense and given them a new sense of joy for their work.
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March 7
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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