Indalo Wind will perform at the Hoffman Center on Saturday, May 2nd at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $7.00 at the door.
INDALO WIND is a father-son duo that specializes in eclectic instrumental music, both original and traditional. They perform on a variety of instruments in a multitude of styles, offering up a fresh acoustic blend of folk, blues, classical, and jazz, with melodic seasonings from around the world.
Formed in 2008 by Jacob Walter and his father, Eric, Indalo Wind released their debut CD in 2013. Indalo Wind has captivated audiences throughout the western United States and in Greece and Cambodia. Eric and Jacob present a compelling evening of music described as
“…spiritually soothing with hypnotic tones that resonate with one’s heart.”
“Their music covers a lot of ground but keeps circling back to its soulful, bluesy roots, anchored in the artful playing of father and son.”
“Our audience was spellbound throughout their performance – the perfect ending to an incredible night of music. The father and son duo are perfectly tuned, with their music, their stories and their interplay.”
JACOB WALTER (ukulele, guitar) was born in Denver, Colorado in 1999. He has been playing ukulele since the age of eight. He is also an accomplished guitarist (flamenco, classical, and electric). In addition to his broad musical interests, Jacob is an avid ceramicist and artist. He also enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking and caving. Jacob is a sophomore pursuing the International Baccalaureate Diploma at Tigard High School in Tigard, Oregon.
ERIC WALTER (ukulele, mandolin, Native American flute, guitar) is a poet, performer, and musician whose interests span diverse artistic worlds. He received a BA in Theater from Reed College in 1983 and worked for many years as an actor and director in Oregon, North Carolina and Colorado. He began writing poetry in 1992 and has since authored six books. He has worked in numerous bands and performance ensembles. Now in his 52nd year, he considers Indalo Wind to be his finest creative endeavor yet.
For videos and pictures of recent performances, please visit:www.IndaloWind.com