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Tracy McMullen + Hunter Lefebvre

Saxophonist Tracy McMullen along with her band play her original jazz compositions. Guitarist Hunter Lefebvre and friends play ethereal progressive-rock, influenced by his jazz background.

Tracy McMullen + Hunter Lefebvre
Tracy McMullen + Hunter Lefebvre


Dec 23, 2023, 6:00 PM



Tracy McMullen is a saxophonist, composer, and Associate Professor of Music at Bowdoin College. Her 2019 book, Haunthenticity: Musical Replay and the Fear of the Real, examines musical performance and its relationship to conceptions of the past, history, and identity. She is currently researching her second book, The Courage Hear: Jazz Traditions and the Price of the Ticket, which investigates jazz as a moral practice. Her articles and chapters have appeared in numerous peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes in the United States and Europe. She has held fellowship positions with USC, IICSI (Canada), and the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice and has served on national and international grant and prize committees for the NEA, the AMS, and FWF. As a saxophonist and composer, she has recorded on Cadence, Parma, and Plutonium Records, among others.


At a young age, Western Mass native Hunter Lefebvre fell in love with the guitar through the music of The Beatles and Pink Floyd. He attended the University of Southern Maine, where he received a bachelor's degree in Music Education, with a concentration in jazz guitar. In addition to teaching at MAMM, he also teaches music and history at the Cocheco Academy of the Arts charter school in Dover NH. Outside of education, he performs with a wide variety of groups, including a folk rock trio, a ska punk band, a country cover band, and his own self led group, performing his original jazz/funk music.


Doors @ 6PM

Tracy McMullen @ 7PM

Hunter Lefebvre @ 9PM

This event is donation based, bring cash to tip the musicians!


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