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Fiddle Deis Comes to Brandeis, 3/15-17

Posted on the 03 February 2013 by Notlobmusic @notlobmusic
FOLK/CELTIC/JAZZ/CAJUN/KLEZMER/BAROQUE etc.
Fiddle Deis comes to Brandeis, 3/15-17

Thanks to Barbara Cassidy for alerting me to this. "Fiddle Festival at Brandeis University, Waltham, is coming up in March. Three days of workshops and performances."

What a lineup! I am posting this today because you will want to get tickets before it sells out.


Go all three days if you can, but if you cannot I highly recommend, because 100% of the musicians have either performed in my own notloB Folk Concerts series or have very close ties, going Friday night. But if you prefer jazz, Saturday looks to be the day. But if you prefer Baroque / classical. Sunday is your day.


A word of warning, unless the situation has changed, parking at Brandeis can be a challenge.
FIDDLE'DEIS
March 15-17
Brandeis University, Waltham
http://www.brandeis.edu/arts/concerts/fiddledeis.html
A Cross-genre progression of the violin in performance. From Medieval to Traditional to Electronic. All strings (violin, viola, cello, bass, viola da gamba, guitar, mandolin, etc.) are invited to take part in the workshops, master classes and jams on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (Music: Hunt for the Quail Egg - Casey Driessen)
FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 7:00 P.M.
Mariel Vandersteel
Reiner Family Band (David and Andy Reiner, Eric Eid-Reiner, Cindy Eid)
Laura Cortese Acoustic Project (Laura Cortese, Mariel Vandersteel, fiddles; Valerie Thompson, cello)
Jeremy Kittel Band (Jeremy Kittel, fiddle; Josh Pinkham, mandolin; Nathaniel Smith, cello; Simon Chrisman, hammered dulcimer)
Tickets: $20/$15 seniors/Students with ID $5
SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 7:00 P.M.
Meena Kothandaraman
David Greely and Chris Stafford
Ben Powell Jazz Quartet (Ben Powell, violin; Tim Ray, piano; Bob Nieske, bass; Bob Tamagni, drums)
Casey Driessen
Tickets: $20/$15 seniors/Students with ID $5
SUNDAY, MARCH 17
1:00 p.m. Medieval Vielle with Shira Kammen
3:00 p.m. Fiddling in the 17th Century
with Sarah Mead, Emily Walhout, Shira Kammen and Cathy Liddell
4:30 p.m. Luck of the Irish with Dave and Andy Reiner
(Reinharz Residence Hall)
7:00 p.m. Daniel Stepner Baroque Project
Tickets for Sunday's performances: $20/$15 seniors/Students with ID $5 (includes all performances)
Workshop and Master Class Schedule http://www.brandeis.edu/arts/concerts/Fiddledeisworkshops.htm


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