Lizzy Pitch at CultureWorks
Lizzy Pitch's eclectic brand of pop rock varies from playful, folksy tunes to pedal-to-the-metal road music. The New York-based multi-instrumentalist will perform her signature electronic groove at 9 p.m. Friday, July 15, at CultureWorks, 310 Oak St., Ashland.
In concert, Pitch plays as many as four instruments — piano, guitar, drumstick on chair and a beatbox — in addition to her vocals. She studied jazz and classical composition at Providence College in Rhode Island before moving to New York to pursue music full time. She has been touring continuously since May 2008.
Pitch has released three albums: "Darling Starling" (2010), "Lunatic Fringe" (2009) and "Drawing Triangles" (2007).
Also playing Friday at CultureWorks, A Thousand Years at Sea will present a potpourri of musical styles, including folk, jazz, Celtic and rock, and introduce its latest EP, "We Will Fall Apart." Balto, a four-piece, acoustic band based out of New York, will perform folk and Americana music, specifically dubbed "Trans-Siberian Americana" for its international influences.
The cover to the three-part show is $10. Call 541-488-4888.