Monday, October 25th, 2010:

2pm - 3pm - XanderNichting Writer, Electric Violinist

Xander is violinist, solo-artist, musical director, composer and arranger, whose music covers all styles and influences from Classical, Swing, Jazz, New Age, R&B, Celtic, Bluegrass, and World Folk.

At a young age Xander played with gypsies, and got in touch with jazz and pop music. He was the first 6-string electric violinist to graduate from the conservatory in the Netherlands. He now performs his own music in the Netherlands and abroad. With his specially designed electric violin he produces a warm distinctive sound. Xander has played with many well-known artists from all over the world, appearing live on TV and radio throughout Europe.

3pm - 4pm - Maximillion Kleene

If music feeds the soul, Maximillion Kleene is the food of the gods. His dynamic musical range and smooth groove provide many a listener with a virtual buffet of auditory temptations. Max started his music career with formal study of piano at the Royal Conservatory but quickly realized that it was the guitar guys who got the chicks. By 19, he was seriously immersed to the very center of his musical soul in AC/DC and from there branched out to experiment with sounds that range from Pearl Jam to Foo Fighters to Jason Mraz. Max brings high energy and a vast repertoire of quirky, classic, and current covers to Second Life. Oozing charisma and charm, he provides his fans with an hour of musical magic.

4pm - 5pm - Competitive hunt

Let the competition begin. How many of you will hunt? Only four of you will win!

(We meet in the Performance Pavilion before the Hunt!)

5pm - 6pm - Radegund Bracken, poet, singer, storyteller

Radegund is a writer, a singer, a storyteller, a runereader, and a mystic-in-training, with influences ranging from deep mythology and folklore, to high literature and zoology, to Looney Tunes and Muppets. She has been writing since before she could write, often dictating to a handy grown-up to fill in the words on the pictures she'd drawn. A graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa, she has published several small chapbooks through her small Whimsivore Press (after which her SL group is named), and has been a featured poetry reader on several stages in Toronto. Her readings are filled with rhyme and song, with lots of laughs and a generous helping of out-and-out wonder.

(This event is held at the Story Pavilion) Teleport link

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