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Impromptu Klezmer Music Performance


Nancy 3. Hoffman

Mark E. LeibNancy 3. Hoffman is a singer, accordionist, pianist, and musical director. In addition, she is the instigator, director, and curator of the World’s Only Umbrella Cover Museum. As a cabaret singer, Ms. Three is well known for singing in six or seven languages on any given program. Her act is a cross between a Broadway show, an international cabaret act, a stand-up routine, and a Jewish wedding. She has two solo CDs out, on which she sings as well as plays the accordion. Her talent, humor, warmth, and spontaneity make her programs highly entertaining.

Mark Tipton

Mark E. LeibMark Tipton holds a BM in Trumpet Performance from Oberlin Conservatory, and an MM in Trumpet Performance from Mannes College of Music (NYC), where he studied with Vincent Penzarella of the New York Philharmonic (now retired). He has performed around the US and Europe with various ensembles, in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall to Burning Man, and Preservation Hall to Berlin’s “Haus der Kulturen der Welt.” He has performed with such artists as John Williams, Quincy Jones, Yves Abel, Bobby McFerrin, Ray Barretto, and Doc Severinsen, and has recorded extensively across the US. Mark now resides in Portland, Maine, where he performs, composes, and teaches actively.  His recently-released debut CD, titled, “Love-Themes From Imaginary Films,” showcases Mark as composer, lyricist, orchestrator, trumpeter, vocalist, and producer.

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