OCEAN Orchestra Press and Presenters Kit!

Jennifer's OCEAN: Songs for the Night Sea Journey Garners International Distribution Deal With Witchwood Media
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Jennifer Releases NEW recording "Fall, Leaves, Fall" featuring vocalist ANNIE HASLAM of the group Renaissance
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Jennifer & OCEAN sweep 2004 Washington Area Music Awards including:
Album of the Year
Songwriter of the Year
Musician of the Year
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Photo by Irene Young

"She creates some of the most perfect folk-rock you're likely to hear." --Eric Brace, The Washington Post

The OCEAN Orchestra and OCEAN Quartet are currently booking their 2011 season.


For bookings, please call (240) 582-6182.


More info on each show is at the link above!

Thursday, August 4
7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Annapolis Maritime Museum
OCEAN Quartet
723 Second Street
Annapolis, Maryland, 21403
Suggested donation $10
(410) 295-0104 or www.amaritime.org


Thursday, August 18th
7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
OCEAN Orchestra (full electric band)
Nottoway Park
9537 Courthouse Road
Vienna, Virginia 22181
Free outdoor concert
(703) 324-SHOW or www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/performances




Jennifer Cutting, North America's "Maestro of Electric Folk," is an award-winning composer/producer and the creative director of SunSign, her own international production company. Specializing in U.S./U.K. collaborations, Cutting conquers daunting transatlantic logistics to record and produce her visions with an all-star cast of British and American musicians. Creating original productions of folk-rock, electronic folk, and other hybrid genres inspired by the music of British and Celtic tradition, Cutting is an auteur of international standing, and has produced and recorded with some of the greatest legends of the genre. Praised by Billboard for her "strong originals," she composes melodic tradition-inflected songs that have won the USA's most prestigious national awards. Also an innovative arranger, keyboard & squeezebox player, she swept the 2005 Washington Area Music Awards, taking "Musician of the Year", "Songwriter of the Year", "Best New Artist", and for her latest CD Ocean, "Album of the Year" and "Best Contemporary Folk Recording."  From 1986-1996 she was the driving creative force of celebrated electric folk band The New St. George, whom she led to America's major festival stages, a nationally distributed recording, High Tea, and 14 Washington Area Music Awards (WAMMIES). Inspiring Jennifer's creative career is her work with the largest traditional music collection in the United States as Reference Specialist in the Archive of Folk Culture at the Library of Congress.



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