Live Music at the Library: Julie Slim & RendezVous
The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the
The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the public. Seating is limited to 200 attendees.
Performance on February 18th from 2:00PM to 3:30PM
Julie Slim is a Lebanese-American multilingual jazz/world vocalist based in Austin, TX. She founded her band, Julie Slim & RendezVous, in 2013, bringing forth the cultural influences that shaped her life. A child of the world, Julie aims to create cultural bridges and heart connections through her warm vocals which are known to soothe, uplift and transport their listeners. With RendezVous, Julie won an Honorary Merit Award in the 2017 USA Songwriting Competition for her original song, Sarabande de Solitude (Shawn Ellison/Julie Slim). As a result, Julie Slim & RendezVous was featured in the 2017 Songwriters Showcase at SXSW Music Festival.
With RendezVous, Julie combines her experience as an actor, linguist, and improvisor to create a fun and diverse show that takes the listener on a trip around the world. With RendezVous, Julie has self-released a three-song studio EP, and a five-song live EP recorded in Austin, TX. In 2017, Julie self-released her first full-length album titled Promenade Sentimentale, a collection of French standards close to her heart. Julie is currently working on her next album with RendezVous, which will be multilingual, featuring original songs.
Check the Library Events Calendar for more information about each performance.
This performance is a gift of the Friends of the Georgetown Public Library.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm CST
Georgetown Public Library