Philadelphia guitarist-composer Monnette Sudler has performed and recorded extensively, including work with Hugh Masakela, Grover Washington Jr., Odean Pope, poet Sonia Sanchez, Khan Jamal and the Sounds of Liberation, Sunny Murray’s Untouchable Factor, and the Sam Rivers Big Band. Sudler is the founder and artistic director of the Philadelphia Guitar Summit going into its 8th year which includes an annual concert, and workshops for inter-generational audiences. She was given the Jazz Legacy Award 2016 by Senator Vincent Hughes and Sheryl Lee Ralph-Hughes along with Pat Martino, McCoy Tyner, Sonia Sanchez, Jymie Merritt, and Howard Carroll of the Dixie Hummingbirds.
Donations are requested on a sliding scale and 100% of all proceeds go to the musicians or to their designated fund.
Ars Nova Workshop is pleased to present this evening of creative music as part of The Quarantine Concerts, an inspired livestream performance series hosted by Chicago’s Experimental Sound Studio.
April 26, 2020 — “The Quarantine Concerts: Monnette Sudler,” presented by Ars Nova Workshop and Experimental Sound Studio. Livestream recording provided by Experimental Sound Studio. (YouTube)