Hye Fusion

Hye Fusion

Hye Fusion

Friday, August 18th, 2017, 6:00pm, with food service by Markouk Break, Freshly prepared Lebanese Flatbread

Hye Fusion is an American-born trio of musicians who perform Middle Eastern music integrated with Western Jazz. The musicians play current and traditional instruments including the oud, classical and rhythm guitars, keyboard, clarinet and saxophone as well as the doumbek – the most commonly played percussive instrument throughout Middle eastern cultures. The result is a dynamic synergy of melodies and rhythms.

If the weather is inclement you are welcome to park under the lights of the Green and we will be inside in the Meetinghouse social hall downstairs: the event goes on rain or shine!

Tonight’s non-profit organization

In the spirit of giving back to the community each concert is partnered with a Cape Ann non-profit organization. The public is invited to make a free-will donation (So if you can, please bring cash/check.) This week's organization is Artsbridge.

About Artsbridge

Artsbridge uses a combination of reflective dialogue, artistic expression, and expressive therapy to engage and empower youth.

Through dialogue students are taught how to truly listen to each other and to ask questions out of curiosity and interest. Through expressive therapy, Artsbridge works to provide healing and understanding for the difficulties that participants experience in their daily lives. The art component teaches participants how to work together, think creatively, and communicate constructively.

Artsbridge has partnered with organizations in Israel, the West Bank, and the United States.

Learn more about Artsbridge.
Harry Hinlian

The 2021 summer music series is dedicated in memory of the late Harry Hintlian, a former GMF board member, philanthropist, and avid environmentalist. Together with his wife Mary, Harry was a generous donor towards the ongoing preservation and improvement of the Meetinghouse. One of those gifts was three hectares of land, newly-planted with specialized trees in Costa Rica and managed by Reforest the Tropics. Founded by Harry Hintlian, RTT is the only United Nations sanctioned carbon sequestration project to permanently gather and sequester CO2. In addition to the Meetinghouse’s extensive insulation and energy conservation measures, this gift resulted in the historic building becoming one of the few “net zero,” or carbon neutral, examples in America.

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Hye Fusion is an American-born trio of musicians who perform Middle Eastern music integrated with Western Jazz. The musicians play current and traditional instruments including the oud, classical and rhythm guitars, keyboard, clarinet and saxophone as well as the doumbek – the most commonly played percussive instrument throughout Middle eastern cultures. The result is a dynamic synergy of melodies and rhythms.

Food service provided by Markouk Break, Freshly prepared Lebanese Flatbread
Gloucester Meetinghouse, 10 Church Street, Gloucester, MA 01930 Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation info@gloucestermeetinghouse.org false MM/DD/YYYY 90

Event Info:

  • Friday, August 18th, 2017
  • 6pm to 8:30pm
  • Gloucester Meetinghouse
  • Tickets: Free. Donations Encouraged.
  • Benefits: Artsbridge
  • Food service by: Markouk Break, Freshly prepared Lebanese Flatbread
  • Add to Calendar 08/18/2017 06:00 PM 12/31/1969 07:00 PM America/New_York Hye Fusion

    Hye Fusion is an American-born trio of musicians who perform Middle Eastern music integrated with Western Jazz. The musicians play current and traditional instruments including the oud, classical and rhythm guitars, keyboard, clarinet and saxophone as well as the doumbek – the most commonly played percussive instrument throughout Middle eastern cultures. The result is a dynamic synergy of melodies and rhythms.

    Food service provided by Markouk Break, Freshly prepared Lebanese Flatbread
    Gloucester Meetinghouse, 10 Church Street, Gloucester, MA 01930 Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation info@gloucestermeetinghouse.org false MM/DD/YYYY 90
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Location

Address:
Gloucester Meetinghouse
10 Church St, Gloucester, MA 01930