The nonprofit Cibolo Nature Center & Farm joins an international roster of venues ranging from the Montreal International Jazz Festival to the Prague Swing Jazz Festival to host Freudmann’s acclaimed performances.
“Taking a modern artist’s approach to the four-stringed instrument, Gideon Freudmann has brought the cello to a new realm,” writes the Boston Globe. The Berkshire Eagle writes that Freudmann’s “genre-bending exploits combine aspects of performance art, new classical, psychedelia and comedy.”
Freudmann’s original music has been commissioned for film, theater and dance. He has recorded 12 CDs of original CelloBop music and has been featured on dozens of albums by other musicians. Freudmann has been an artist-in-residence at universities throughout the United States and is a frequent guest on National Public Radio.
“It’s as if Freudmann found They Might Be Giants, Yo Yo Ma and Pink Floyd hitchhiking on the roadside and gave them all a lift to his place,” writes The Optimist.
Tickets can be purchased in advance by visiting the Calendar page at www.cibolo.org.