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Tracy Bonham

SATURDAY

April 6, 2024 | 7:30pm

SUNDAY

April 7, 2024 | 2:00pm

Two-time GRAMMY® nominee and New York-based musician Tracy Bonham joins Eugene Ballet in song, sound and story. This exciting collaboration with Resident Choreographer Suzanne Haag is a tribute to the soundscapes of Haag’s youth.
The program opens with Gerald Arpino’s Reflections and Toni Pimble’s Slipstream before Tracy rocks the Silva Concert Hall stage.

The set list ranges from songs from Tracy’s first, groundbreaking album The Burdens of Being Upright and samples from many of her albums since. She is still composing and a few of the selections are treats for the audience as they have not yet been recorded. Tracy is in the process of recording a new album using many of the tracks that we chose for this ballet and will be releasing the first single from this album, Damn The Sky (For Being Too Wide) in March!

1. Give Us Something to Feel
2. Don’t Dick Around with my Heart
3. Naked
4. Mother Mother
5. Damn The Sky (For Being Too Wide)
6. Oh McKenzie Silver Water – only music – no dance
7. The Indelible Man
8. Jumping Bean
9. Whether You Fall
10. Second Wind
11. Uncertain Sun
12. Shine

An extra special bonus to look forward is that Damn the Sky (For Being Too Wide) is a collaboration with #instaballet (co-founded by Suzanne Haag). The choreography will be created by the audience in attendance at the March 1st First Friday ArtWalk #instaballet workshop. Learn more HERE.

A multi-talented singer, songwriter, violinist, and guitarist, Tracy will play from her broad catalogue of music – alternative rock to jazz and everything in between. Her raw, intimate lyrics paint pictures of her life as an artist and her native Oregonian roots.

A multi-talented singer, songwriter, violinist, and guitarist, Tracy will play from her broad catalogue of music – alternative rock to jazz and everything in between. Her raw, intimate lyrics paint pictures of her life as an artist and her native Oregonian roots.

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