Indalo Wind is a Portland based acoustic ensemble led by father and son, Eric and Jacob Walter. Specializing in eclectic instrumental music, Indalo Wind offers up a unique blend of folk, blues, classical, and jazz, with melodic seasonings from around the world. With a repertoire that includes traditional songs from Italy, Ireland, and the Americas – as well as gypsy swing, Renaissance dance, flamenco, Japanese pop, and a host of unique originals – Indalo Wind plays music that is dramatically diverse, poetic, energetic, and thoughtfully entertaining.
For a third consecutive year, Indalo Wind will present a concert of acoustic world music at the lovely Hoffman Center for the Arts in the beautiful seaside town of Manzanita, Oregon. For this engagement, Indalo Wind founding members, Eric and Jacob Walter, will be joined by accordionist, Steve Cleveland.
ERIC WALTER 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, director, and producer in Oregon, North Carolina and Colorado. He began writing poetry in 1992 and has since authored six books. He has played in numerous bands and performance ensembles, and created soundtracks for theater, dance, video, and spoken word projects.
JACOB WALTER is a senior pursuing the International Baccalaureate Diploma at Tigard Senior High School in Tigard, Oregon. He is a prize-winning guitarist and composer, and a dedicated volunteer at his school and in his community. He is employed part-time as an intern at Youth Music Project in West Linn, Oregon. Jacob released his debut solo album, Surfing in the Rain, in 2015.
STEVE CLEVELAND is a musician, poet, and playwright currently living in Portland. He plays piano and accordion with various groups, including The Sportin’ Lifers, Johnnie Ward and the Sharkskin Revue, and The Hot Club Time Machine. He is also church musician at Mt. Carmel Lutheran. His book of poetry, The Gold That Falls onto the Table, is available from StringTown Press.
in the intimate setting of
Hoffman Center for the Arts
Saturday, April 29, 2017
7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30 pm)