THE URBAN STUDIO PRESENTS:
Watch. Listen. Learn. A special session with The Slip!
The Urban Studio Music Makers Series provides rare opportunities to see world class musicians play their music, answer questions, demonstrate techniques, and tell stories in limited-seating sessions. March 29th, the Music Makers Series presents a special session with the Boston-based trio, The Slip. The Slip pushes musical frontiers incorporating world-rhythms, jazz, and electronic influences into their own brand of hard-hitting and graceful folk rock. The Slip, educated at Berklee College of Music, has an uncanny ability to seemlessly weave complex poly-rhythms into soulful songs that will make you get on your feet and knock you off your feet with their incredible musicianship. Listen to their music online: http://www.theslip.com/ In an era of HUGE record labels, enormous venues, and mediocre pop music, the Music Makers Series reconnects listeners and world-class musicians in special, closed-door sessions.
5:30-6:30pm (Arrive early/limited seats)
Washington University Hilltop Campus
Teitjens Hall, 6500 Forsyth Blvd.
$10 general admission* / Free with a Wash U ID ($5 suggested donation for students)
SPACE IS LIMITED for this event. We strongly suggest you reserve a spot. To make a reservation email email@example.com with your name. Only serious reservations, please.
*All proceeds benefit The Urban Studio, a community-building art, music, and culture organization in Old North St. Louis.
Questions? Call 847-226-8966
Directions: Tietjens Hall is located at 6500 Forsyth Road, between Skinker and Big Bend. Tietjens sits on the south side of Forsyth, facing the main Washington U. campus. There is a stop light at the entrance to the Tietjens parking lot. There is parking in back and parking across the street. Arrive early and bring coins for the meters. The clinic will begin promptly at 5:30pm and end at 6:30pm to give The Slip ample time to set up for their evening show @ Cicero's at the corner of Delmar Blvd and Kingsland.