Bruce Molsky in concert
8 p.m. Friday March 25
Unity Center of Columbia, 1600 W. Broadway, Columbia MO, 65203
$15 / $12 students & seniors (65+) / kids 17 & under free
Hot tea, coffee and lemonade provided at the break. Audience members are invited to bring treats to share. Good cheer in abundance!
Two-time Grammy nomminee Bruce Molsky has been called “The Rembrandt of Appalachian fiddle” by fellow musician Derol Anger. While most identified with traditional American old-time music, Molsky’s influences range from the Appalachian soul of Tommy Jarrell to Delta blues; from the haunting modal strains of Irish music to the rhythmically nimble music of Eastern Europe.
A former engineer turned professional musician, he conveys a meticulous craftsmanship in his approach to the music; his singing of “Peg and Awl” in harmony with his fiddle is as technically impressive as it is beautiful.
His full bio is here: http://brucemolsky.com/bio/
Take a momemt to watch him on YouTube:
Three Mark Polska / Down the Road
Rove, Riley, Rove (banjo)
Bruce Molsky, Martin Hayes and the Valley of the Moon Orchestra
Bruce Molsky sings “Reuben’s Train” with Andy Irvine and Donal Lunny’s Mozaik band
Bruce will teach a workhop for banjo players at 3 p.m. and a workshop for fiddle players at 5 p.m. tomorrow. Workshops will be held at Unity Center, too.
Cost is $35 per workshop. If you attend one workshop, your concert admission is $10. Attend both workshops and your concert admission is free.
Contact Kathy Gordon if you are interested,
email@example.com or 573-442-1042
Sunday, 7 p.m. — Open Borders Concert Series
Small Potatoes, folk duo from Chicago
Unitarian Universalist Church, Shephard Blvd.
more info: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=178550058848564