Duets by Dean Magraw and Davu Seru
Christ on Capitol Hill will be hosting Dean Magraw and Davu Seru in a concert of guitar and percussion duets. Dean and Davu had performed together at the Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar the first Tuesday of every month but needed to break when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. This summer they were invited to play outdoors in Sandstone, MN at the homestead and ranch of Holace Nelson, a devoted attendee of their 10-year residence at Black Dog The sanctity of the woods at Nelson’s home prompted them to find other sacred spaces in which to perform.
Date: Friday, November 12, 2021
Time: 7 PM
Admission: No one will be turned away however the musicians suggest that you pay what you can.
Dean Magraw, master musician and acclaimed guitarist and composer has performed and recorded with some of the finest musicians in North America, Europe, and Japan. Fellow guitarist Steve Tibbetts observed that “Dean Magraw is… so liquid, lyrical and effortless it’s like listening to a dancer.” More info available at deanmagraw.com.
Davu Seru is an improvising musician and composer known primarily for his work on drums. His style is most striking for its attention to the dynamics of sound, silence and melodic line as much as it does rhythmic pattern; and, as an ensemble player, Davu is a keen listener known for his “big ears.” More info at: davuseru.com