Sharman Duran Trio


Date and Time: Friday May 26, 7:00 PM
Duration: 90 minutes, without intermission. Shared bill with The Amber and MO’FONE.
Location: Chapel

Ticket Information

General Admission: $25
Children under 18: $12.50
Discounts: Full time students with ID and Seniors, $4 off cover price 
Limited early bird tickets available until March 31 from $12.50

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Artist Information


Work Sample


The Sharman Duran Trio will be performing original songs that address the adventure and angst that characterize life in the 21st Century, whether it’s celebrating the boon that social media has been to the lives of lonely people everywhere, or the inconvenience of having a drone mistakenly sent to your address, or how much fun a resourceful human race is going to have coping with the devastation that they caused through global warming. The Trio’s instrumentation is keyboard, bass and drums. We will feature material from the CDs Future Echo and Quintessentials and from the EP Postapocalyptic Subterranean Paradise/Brothers.


Sharman Duran is a vocalist/songwriter comfortable with the complexities of jazz. The pairing of music of harmonic depth with lyrics conveying anything of philosophical nuance must be carefully done, and by a musician at home in the musical territory. Sharman Duran is such a musician. She has combined those ingredients into music that alternately amuses, enchants, and makes you think (or all three at once). The title cut from her CD “Postapocalyptic Subterranean Paradise” (Germain/Duran) is a darkly humorous take on the world after global warming has done its worst, and how coping with it may not be a complete bummer.

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