What could be better than a soft summer evening outdoors experiencing live music. We think not much and so every summer the Hilliard Arts Council
What could be better than a soft summer evening outdoors experiencing live music. We think not much and so every summer the Hilliard Arts Council hosts a Sunday evening concert series featuring an eclectic mix of performers and music styles. The concerts are free to the public and held in front of the Hilliard Civic and Cultural Arts Center beginning at 7pm (we move inside the building if the weather’s bad). Our concerts are in the Old Hilliard DORA zone, so feel free to bring a beverage from any of the participating taverns and restaurants.
While the band members of the Invisible Lights Quartet come from different musical backgrounds and countries, they are united by a love for the music and grooves of Brazil. Inspired by artists such as Chico Pinheiro, Egberto Gismonti and Toninho Horta, Invisible Lights Quartet seeks to spread the musical worlds of samba, choro, baiao, bossa nova, afoxe to the midwestern region of the United States. Invisible Lights Quartet features Logan Moore on alto saxophone and flute, Ben Maloney on piano, Will Strickler on 6-string electric bass and Antoine Fatout on drums. Each of these musicians are sought after players and perform across in the midwest region with a variety of other artists including Dan Wilson, Zakk Jones, Tommy Lehman, Brandon Coleman, New Basics Brass Band, Chris Jamison (finalist on The Voice), Talking Ear and more.
This year the Summer Concert Series is made possible in part due to the generous support of Coffee Connections, Raising Cain’s, Rotary Club of Hilliard, Blue Oak Patio and Landscape and Westwood Collective