Spencer Brewer Registration
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Spencer Brewer
Date/Time
Registration Begins
10/2/2019
Last Day To Register
11/9/2019 4:00 PM
Location
282 S. High Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472, US
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Spencer Brewer is a multi-million record selling composer, pianist, composer, artist and producer, who has been on the cutting edge of instrumental music - inspiring audiences worldwide with his piano skills, stories and hauntingly unique melodies. With 17 solo and duet albums to his credit, he received acclaim for his #1 hit records, "The Pipers Rhythm" and "Dorians Legacy", lodging in Billboards Top 10 chart for 9 months. His release, "Torches on the Lake" with world famous wind man Paul McCandless charted on Billboards Contemporary Jazz chart and won rave reviews. He released a double CD set in 2009 entitled Cinematic, which received the finest reviews in his career as a composer and producer. Spencer lives in Mendocino County. In addition to music he is an artist. Truly a Renaissance man, along with his lifelong passion for music, he creates one-of-a-kind ‘found art’ pieces in his studio, HarmonyGaits.com. His sculptures are receiving rave reviews and have been featured any galleries and museums throughout California. Spencer's music has been being heard and used the world over due to his unique gift for weaving memorable, enchanting melodies within beautifully lush arrangements. His music has been featured in 100’s of movie and television programs. The audience will be able to view a sampling of Spencers artwork in the auditorium during his performance.

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Cost
$20.00 per General
$10.00 per Student
Early Discount
Before 11/9/2019 a discount of $5.00 will apply to all General Registrants.

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