Pink Martini
Pink Martini
Cosmopolitan Holiday Music

Pink Martini

DEC 13-18 | Pink Martini

Dec 13 - Dec 18, 2022
Miner Auditorium
TueDec 13
7:30 PM

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WedDec 14
7:30 PM

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ThuDec 15
7:30 PM

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FriDec 16

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7:30 PM

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SatDec 17
2:00 PM

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SatDec 17
7:30 PM

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SunDec 18
2:00 PM

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SunDec 18
7:00 PM

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Pound for pound, no other band does what Pink Martini does. With the combined power of a dozen musicians, the self-described “little orchestra” performs a rollicking cross-genre mix of classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop The Washington Post called “rich, hugely approachable, utterly cosmopolitan yet utterly unpretentious... it seems to speak to just about everybody.”

The return with their infectiously joyous, dance-friendly takes on classic holiday music to make your season swing.

Formed in 1994 by pianist Thomas Lauderdale in Portland, Oregon, the group has built a monstrous fan base through performances in settings ranging from the Cannes Film Festival and the Grand Opening of Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Concert Hall, to late night television with David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jay Leno, and Jools Holland and even a video greeting to the astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

Fronted by a pair of dynamic vocalists, China Forbes and Storm Large, Pink Martini has performed with over 50 of the world’s great orchestras and recorded 15 full-length albums and EPs on Lauderdale’s own Heinz imprint, collaborating with Japanese vocal star Saori Yuki’s 1969 album and 2014’s Dream a Little Dream in partnership with The Von Trapps. Most recently, they released a pair of EPs recorded in conjunction with Portland pianist/singer Jimmie Herrod and vocalist Edna Vazquez.

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Recently named "Best Jazz Performance" by San Francisco Classical Voice's 'Audience Choice Awards'

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Impressive at every musician’s station, this ensemble produces music that’s charming and elegant.

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Impressive at every musician’s station, this ensemble produces music that’s charming and elegant.

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Personnel

Thomas Lauderdale band leader & piano
China Forbes
 lead vocals
Jimmie Herrod guest vocals
Edna Vazquez
guest vocals
Nick Crosa violin
Timothy Nishimoto vocals & percussion
Dan Faenhle guitar

Gavin Bondy trumpet
Phil Baker bass
Brian Davis drums & percussion
Miguel Bernal conga & percussion

Antonis Andreou
trombone
Thomas Barber trumpet

Rich, hugely approachable music, utterly cosmopolitan yet utterly unpretentious... it seems to speak to just about everybody.

Washington Post

Personnel

Thomas Lauderdale band leader & piano
China Forbes
 lead vocals
Jimmie Herrod guest vocals
Edna Vazquez
guest vocals
Nick Crosa violin
Timothy Nishimoto vocals & percussion
Dan Faenhle guitar

Gavin Bondy trumpet
Phil Baker bass
Brian Davis drums & percussion
Miguel Bernal conga & percussion

Antonis Andreou
trombone
Thomas Barber trumpet

Rich, hugely approachable music, utterly cosmopolitan yet utterly unpretentious... it seems to speak to just about everybody.

Washington Post

Watch & Listen

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Do You Hear What I Hear?

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