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SOLD OUT – ART OF JAZZ: Peter Kfoury + Sully Martinez (wait list available)

June 23, 2021 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EDT

$30 – $40
Peter Kfoury + Sully Martinez

***This event is currently SOLD OUT. We may increase capacity leading up to the performance. If you are interested in being contacted should tickets become available please register for the waitlist below.***

The Art of Jazz Series is a three-concert series featuring original music created by Charleston’s talented jazz artists as inspired by works currently on view at the Gibbes Museum of Art.

ART OF JAZZ: Peter Kfoury + Sully Martinez

Peter Kfoury is a Lebanese-American who grew up listening to Middle Eastern music. While in his teens he started playing the oud, the direct ancestry of the lute and the principal instrument in all countries and cultures of the Middle East. Over time, he has played not only traditional Arabic music, but has used all American melting pot influences to develop a unique style that fuses Middle Eastern music with jazz, pop, and funk. He presents a varied program with beautiful songs, original material and classics in a melodic and percussive style. He has two albums available, At The Heart of Two Worlds (2015) and Breaking All The Rules (2020) on these streaming services: Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, Apple Music and CDBaby.com.

Peter Kfoury – Oud
Sully Martinez – Percussion

June 23, 2021 | 6:00PM
$30 Gibbes Museum Members | $40 Non-Members
*3% credit card fee will apply

Fully vaccinated guests may enter without a mask.

The Art of Jazz Series is presented in partnership with the Gibbes Museum of Art. Art of Jazz is sponsored in part by Monster Music and Movies

Check out past Art of Jazz performances HERE



June 23, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EDT
$30 – $40
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Gibbes Museum of Art
135 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401 United States
843.722.2706 x241
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