First Thursdays hosts an evening with The Kristin Korb Duo

Tom Evangelisti, Tanys Evangelisti

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The Del Mar Foundation’s First Thursdays event March 1 featured Kristin Korb, a singing bassist, and Bruce Forman on guitar at the Del Mar Powerhouse. Korb transports you to other worlds with her ballads. Korb is the president-elect for the International Society of Bassists. Forman has been an important part of the international jazz scene for more than two decades and has been featured as a leader, as well as a sideman, at most of the prestigious festivals and concert venues throughout the world.

Photos: Tanys Evangelisti

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