Stan Breckenridge – vocal, piano
Piotr Południak – double bass
Kacper “Iwo” Matuszewski – drums
TICKETS: 25/30 pln
Academician, professional musician, and author. Stan Breckenridge holds a Ph.D. in Musicology from Claremont Graduate University, and teaches in the Department of African American Studies at California State University, Fullerton. His lecture-performance experiences are nationally and internationally recognized in countries such as France, Hungary, Japan, Poland, as well as numerous venues in the U.S. As a professional musician Stan Breckenridge performs as a soloist as well as with various groups, and curently has seven albums on the market. His authored textbooks include Popular Music in America: Forging the American Spirit, (2012), Music Taste or Waste: Critical Listening Skills For Students, Teachers, and Parents (2011), andAfrican Amerian Music For Everyone. (2006)
Stan Breckenridge’s performance career, as a vocalist and pianist has spanned the globe delighting audiences in France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, U.K., Poland, and many cities throughout the United States. National performance venues over the years have included The Dorothy Chandler Pavillion, The Greek Theater, The Los Angeles Forum, The Los Angeles Sports Arena, The Embassy Hotel, Capitol Records, T.V. Channels 5, 11 and KOCE, Maverick’s Flats, and many others. He has appeared with and/or performed for personalities such as Madeleine Albright, Scott Baio, Bobby Blue Bland, Bill Cosby, The Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Rosie Grier, Merv Griffin, Mahalia Jackson, Jerry Lewis, Moms Mabley, Greg Morris, Martha Reeves (of the Vandellas), Sam Riddle, Rowan & Martin, David Ruffin (of the Temptations), Avery Schriber, Nancy Sinatra, John Travolta, John Wayne, and others.