San Fermin with guest, Low Roar

The Calgary Folk Music Festival presents:

San Fermin with guest, Low Roar

Low Roar

Mon · April 17, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Festival Hall

Calgary, AB

$25.00 - $100.00

San Fermin’s music verges on indescribable, with songs flowing together as movements in a baroque orchestral piece, with flashes of electro-pop and rock, and vocals that alternate between a smooth baritone and soaring soprano. There are flashes of violence and surprisingly jazzy grooves that can include a few bars of an Irish jig or a ska beat, topped with gorgeous choral arrangements. San Fermin’s intricate and prodigiously original sonic palette feels driven as much by the heart as the head.

 

VIP onsale: Jan. 11

 

General admission on-sale: Jan. 13 @ 10am

 

Please note: by purchasing a VIP ticket, your information will be shared with Applauze, a third party VIP ticket administrator. This is for fulfillment purposes only, and your email will not be shared for marketing purposes. This VIP experience is designed and executed by the band, and is not a fundraising initiatve for the FFSC.

San Fermin
San Fermin
San Fermin’s music verges on indescribable, with songs flowing together as movements in a baroque orchestral piece, with flashes of electro-pop and rock, and vocals that alternate between a smooth baritone and soaring soprano. There are flashes of violence and surprisingly jazzy grooves that can include a few bars of an Irish jig or a ska beat, topped with gorgeous choral arrangements. San Fermin began as the brainchild of composer-songwriter Ellis Ludwig-Leone, following his graduation from Yale and work with avant-garde classical composer Nico Muhly. San Fermin was signed to a record deal following their very first concert; their 2013 eponymous debut was a magisterial 17-song epic, blending classically trained musicians with pop vocals and featuring 23 different instruments. Since then, Ludwig-Leone has settled on a tighter, permanent eight-piece lineup including trumpet, baritone sax, violin and male and female lead vocals. By loosening his grip as bandleader, Ludwig-Leone has created a more organic live experience. While still densely constructed, eclectic and downright mesmerizing, San Fermin’s intricate and prodigiously original sonic palette feels driven as much by the heart as the head.
Low Roar
Low Roar
Ryan Karazija’s project Low Roar is a response to the unknown; a vivid portrait of life-altering moments stained with equal parts hope and melancholy. Inspired by his newish home of Reykjavík, it draws from ambient influences, filled with yearning choruses and haunting strings that combine post rock with minimalist tones alongside optimistic melodies and folk-styled songs.
Venue Information:
Festival Hall
1215 10 Ave SE
Calgary, AB, T2G 0W6