Kubecca is bringing a touch of Broadway to Minot

Submitted photo World famous vibraphonist Kuba Kawnik, left, will perform with his wife and Broadway vocal sensation Rebecca Lowe, Sunday at Anne Nicole Nelson Hall. The musical pair is known across the world as Kubecca.

World reknowned vibraphonist Kuba Kawnik alongside Broadway vocal sensation Rebecca Lowe, invite concertgoers to experience Kubecca.

Sunday at 3 p.m., audiences can witness musical mastery as Kawnik and Lowe merge their talents to produce an unforgettable show.

Kawnik, a vibraphone virtuoso from Poland, delights spectators with his multi-instrumental wizardry and engaging personality, while Lowe amazes concertgoers with her dynamic vocal range and vibrant stage presence.

Throughout their elegant performance, Anne Nicole Nelson Hall will feature the music of Broadway masterpieces to country classics.

Along with being a gifted vocalist, Lowe has a great appreciation for stories and passionately bares her soul into each note she sings.

Lowe’s list of showstopping performances include the lead role of Eva Peron in “Evita,” in which she became the youngest actress to earn the highly coveted role.

Lowe has also gained standing ovations for her performances in “Jekyll & Hyde.”

As a prodigy, Kawnik displayed an innate passion for performing and continues to wow audiences with his breathtaking skill.

Best known for his electrifying precision on the vibraphone, Kawnik executes a four-mallet technique that provides a rapid display of interval changes.

In addition to his command of the vibraphone, Kawnik will also entertain concertgoers by performing the rarely seen theremin.

From North America to Europe, Kawnik and Lowe are considered the perfect pairing of musical entertainment.

To experience an evening with the recently married musicians, tickets can be purchased by calling 838-1113 or visiting www.minotcerts.org.

For additional information, email at iasminot@srt.com.