Returning to our stage! One of America’s most celebrated duos on the american acoustic music scene perform terrific
hard driving Appalachian, Cajun, and celtic fiddle tunes, songs of swing and country, sweet waltzes, and moving originals.
Mark your calendar now!
A fresh hard-driving young band of four skilled singers and instrumentalists walk the line between original and traditional bluegrass.”Mile
Twelve Mile is carrying the bluegrass tradition forward with creativity and integrity” - banjo luminary, Tony Trischka. Wonderful sound…don’t
Canadian folk duo Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine present gorgeous harmonies in original songs that are both catchy and
insightful. Juno nominees and winners of 2010 Canadian folk Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year. Their singing in harmony can best
be described as angelic and the sheer joy with which they perform is infectious. Every show is unique with their funny and down to earth
stories between songs.
GIRSA (Gaelic for “young girls”) is a traditional Irish music band made up of eight women. What is clearly evident is that they have a passion for their music and use their instruments and talent to share this time-honored Irish musical heritage.They share enthusiastic performances of traditional Irish song and dance with a creative and powerful mix of fiddle, accordion, banjo, tin whistle, bodhran, guitar and keyboard.
A dynamic a capella madrigal group of singers from the Oneonta area who perform a wide range of vocal numbers, from renaissance madrigals to Beatles and jazz. Do not miss this group. They appeared in our Coffeehouse series and no one wanted them to end. Their singing
is phenomenal and the variety of music is unbelievable. Talented and a lot of fun!