Our Home Louisiana: A celebration of the musical, visual, & culinary arts of Louisiana
Join us for an evening featuring New Orleans born composer, pianist and singer Jep Epstein, the artwork of George Rodrigue, and the culinary delights of Dooky Chase Restaurant.
Saturday, September 28, 6:30 PM
George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts
747 Magazine St., New Orleans
Schedule of the Evening
6:30 PM - Drinks
7:00 PM - Concert
8:00 PM - Light Dinner
Included in the evening will be an auction of MASNO's Rodrigue -signed and -numbered posters.
About the Artist
Born and raised in New Orleans, LA, Jep Epstein was enveloped by its rich, diverse, and plentiful music. For someone with musical inclination, there could scarcely be a better playground. He attended college at the University of Virginia, where he received a B.A. with Distinction in Art History in 1984.
Upon graduation, Jep moved to Los Angeles, where he worked both as a composer and as a performing musician, amassing credits with NBC, ABC, FOX, Castlerock, and Hearst Entertainment.
In the spring of 1993, Jep returned to New Orleans. Since that time, he has written themes for a number of PBS shows, and has also worked as a composer/sound designer on numerous award-winning commercial, industrial, and documentary projects.
Our Home Louisiana is presented with support from: