Bert Turetzky and Mark Dresser in concert Together!


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*****FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE***** SIDE A/B # 6 FEATURING BERT TURETZKY AND MARK DRESSER This press release is sent to inform you of the upcoming concerts (March 26 in L.A. and April 1, 2005 in San Diego) at L.A. Harbor College Lira Concert Series and Dizzy's (San Diego) which will feature new compositions by performer/composer Alan Lechusza and showcase two legendary bass players; Bert Turetzky and Mark Dresser. The music straddles the lines between avant-classical music and rock n' roll. These two bass giants are surrounded by some of the finest musicians from Los Angeles, San Diego and New Mexico. This concert is one that is definitely not to be missed!

For direct information please contact Alan Lechusza at: [email protected] Other information can be obtained by contacting: www.liraproductions.com [email protected] Previous press listings about the side a/b project from performer/composer Alan Lechusza:

“side a/ side b is an ongoing large ensemble project which is presented by performer/composer Alan Lechusza. This project has continued through it's 5th consecutive year performing to standing room only audiences in San Diego and Los Angeles. Each concert presents original music composed and arranged specifically for the ensemble. Past concerts have brought together heavy metal power chords with ethereal chorales; punk and thrash grooves with hip hop and big band sounds. The ensemble contains some of the finest in classical, avant, new, improvised, creative and popular musics.” – UCSD Promotions Department of Music; 2004

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