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Sunday July 14th, 2019 @ 5:00 PM

Admission: $10

Centered around the reflective lyrics and soaring vocals of Megan Flechaus, Austin-based indie group FlecHaus plays a unique brand of modern American folk. Join FlecHaus as they tour the country in celebration of the release of their EP, Last Match!

FlecHaus explores themes of impermanence, science, and the psychology of emotion. The varied musical influences of its members coalesce into an intimate, personal performance style that is full of twists and turns. “FlecHaus is changing the way music should be heard, from a place of tender honesty.” (Indiepulse Music)

Megan Flechaus began writing songs at the age of 15. One of her first songs, Moon Mansion, which provided an early glimpse of her instinctive melodic sense, was featured in the indie film King’s Faith. Her first full-length album, New, was released in 2014. The spare, haunting, predominantly acoustic set earned Megan a devoted fan base and considerable word-of-mouth momentum. On the strength of that release, Megan relocated to Austin to focus full-time on music.

In 2015, Megan formed the five piece group FlecHaus to explore more complex and ambitious arrangements. Teaming up with Dominick Chaillot (bass), Molly Fischer (supporting vocals), JJ Pereira (percussion) and the Kenzie Slottow (flute and supporting vocals), her next batch of songs incorporated sophisticated harmonies, experimented with length and form, and borrowed freely from jazz, blues, and country. The band plays frequently in Austin clubs, and has released seven singles to critical and popular acclaim, gaining a considerable online following. The music videos for Pitter Patter and Tell Me Something have each amassed over 12,000 views on YouTube. Their debut single What We’ve Got, won the L.A. Music Critic Award for Best Group Single. In 2019, their single Beautiful Things won the Vox Pop award in the Independent Music Awards for Best Song in the Adult Contemporary category.

Flautist and supporting vocalist Kenzie Slottow is an Ann Arbor native, Pioneer High School and University of Michigan School of Music alumna. She’s thrilled to be back home playing a show with the band!

Josh Cullen: From Livonia to Livadia

Monday June 17th, 2019 @ 8:00 PM
Admission: Free

In this classical solo piano recital, Josh Cullen tells his story from his Michigan roots to his current travels as a keyboardist with Broadway’s Anastasia. 
Praised by the New York Times for his “delicious” collaboration, Josh Cullen has appeared as pianist, collaborative pianist, and conductor in venues throughout the world, including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Recent engagements include conducting the most recent national tour of the Tony-award winning musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, and performances with Lincoln Center Stage aboard Holland America Line. 
Josh Cullen was born in Honolulu but raised in Livonia, Michigan where he studied piano with Mary Siciliano. He made his orchestral debut at age 8 with the Livonia Symphony Orchestra, and he performed and recorded Mozart’s Piano Concerto in A with the Moscow Philharmonic a year later. He enrolled as a full time Bachelor of Music student at the University of Michigan when he was 13 and graduated from the Juilliard School with his master’s degree when he was 18. His teachers included Arthur Greene and Jerome Lowenthal. Troubled by the events of 9/11, Josh then enlisted in the U.S. Army and deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and served as an intelligence specialist. After returning to civilian life, Josh has primarily been working as a pianist and conductor in musical theater. This is his first solo piano recital since graduating from Juilliard in 2003.