George Duke to Perform Moog Foundation Benefit

 Jazz, Funk and R&B Legend George Duke and Quartet To Perform Benefit Concert  for the Bob Moog Foundation and the Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad, CA  

On Friday, November 6, 2009 at 7 PM, George Duke—whose very name is synonymous with funk, R&B, pop, soul and jazz and who is heralded as a world class keyboardist, synthesizer pioneer, composer and Grammy award winning producer—will perform an intimate concert with his quartet at the Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad, California. 
Proceeds from the concert directly benefit The Bob Moog Foundation and the 
Museum of Making Music, two organizations whose sympathetic missions and 
like-mindedness have kindled the exhibition, Waves of Inspiration: The Legacy of 
Moog, a first-ever look at the life and work of synthesizer innovator, Dr. Robert 

In addition to the proceeds from the concert, several items will be auctioned off during the evening of the concert to raise additional funds for the two organizations.

Tickets to the concert are $75 for the general public and $65 for museum 
members. Optionally, for $100 guests can enjoy both the concert event AND a 
special VIP after-party reception with George Duke that will take place following 
his performance. Attendance is limited.

For tickets and information, please contact the Museum at 760-438-5996 or visit The Museum is located at 5790 Armada Drive 
in Carlsbad, California, just north of San Diego.