Michael Manring Stream

Dear Streaming Purchasers, 

We are aware of the technical difficulties we had that interfered with our streaming performance of the great bassist, Michael Manring on Saturday night. We now have edited the streaming video to improve the sound quality as much as possible the original live performance and have included it in the link below. You may view this link through Saturday 9/4/21. Some of the music that you heard online on Saturday night may no longer be available on the stream due to these problems.

After the concert we reviewed our technical difficulties and have corrected them for future streamings. 

We sincerely apologize for this. If you still feel like you are due a refund, please email us at: info@pacificaperformances.org

Link to stream with Improved Sound
https://pacificaperformances.org/michael-manring-streamureurqeuqrqp-1/

Best Regards,
Pacifica Performances


Saturday,

August 21, 2021

7:30 PM PDT


Hailed by many as the world’s leading solo bassist, Michael Manring has been pushing back the boundaries of what’s possible on the bass guitar for over three decades. While his technical skill and innovations always make an impression, it is his ability to communicate on a profound emotional level that most touches listeners.

Building on the conceptions of his teacher, the late bass legend Jaco Pastorius, Michael has developed a new approach to the instrument that includes unorthodox tunings, techniques and methodologies. He has honed his skills on hundreds of recordings as a session musician and thousands of concerts throughout the world in venues including Carnegie Hall in NY, Yamaha Hall in Tokyo and Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco.

In live performance, he weaves together his musical influences into a tapestry rich with expression, virtuosity, humor and meaning — and takes the listener on a unique musical journey. We hope you’ll follow the advice of France’s Musicien magazine: “Do not miss your next opportunity to discover the bassist with the most fresh and inventive playing today.”