Madden Library Noontime Concert Series hosts Eva Scow Trio

Flyer for Eva Scow Trio Noontime Concert

The Henry Madden Library at Fresno State continues the eighth season of its Noontime Concert Series with a free, public performance by the Eva Scow Trio at 12:10 p.m. Friday, March 24, in the library’s Table Mountain Rancheria Reading Room (third floor, North Wing).

The Eva Scow Trio is made up of Eva Scow on mandolin and violin, Mike Taylor on guitar and John Martin III on percussion. The group plays a variety of musical styles, including Brazilian jazz and Latin.

Scow is an American mandolinist and violinist who began playing classical piano and violin at age 4. A child prodigy turned seasoned professional musician, she has toured the world and is now a music educator for Central Unified School District and the Milestones Youth Jazz Workshop program.

Taylor is local jazz guitarist with a recently released classical guitar CD. Taylor and Scow perform together in Espacio and The Experience.

Martin is a member of the group Cerro Negro.

Dr. Corey Whitehead of Fresno State’s Department of Music is the artistic director and coordinator for the Noontime Concert Series. Seating is limited. Parking is $3 with a day permit from a parking kiosk.

INFO: Cindy Wathen-Kennedy at 559.278.1680 or ciwathen@csufresno.edu.

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