"Uncommon Ground" returns to Hudson Valley's very best Irish Pub. It's a match made in "great night out heaven" ... great food, great drinks, and top shelf musical entertainment! Admission is free so circle the date now ... we can't wait to see you there!!
Uncommon Ground makes a return to this great listening room as part of the Hudson Valley Bluegrass Association's "Showcase" series. We are beyond thrilled to be part of this series again and are looking forward to a *great* evening together with you! Tickets are only $10 at the door. Refreshments will be available and the evening begins with an open jam at 6:30 so bring your instruments! Uncommon Ground gets started at 7:30. ... Can't wait to see you there!
"Uncommon Ground" closes out Warwick's "Music in the Courtyard" series for the 2013 season. C'mon out for one last, special evening of great food, music and company before the cold weather drives us all indoors. :-)
Wayne Fugate and guitarist extraordinaire Kevin Ege bring their pan-genre blend of world influenced music to the Courtyard at Grappa. C'mon out for some great food, great music and (hopefully) great weather.
Warwick's "Music in the Courtyard" series is pleased to present The New York Mandolin Ensemble. The New York Mandolin Ensemble is one of the country’s premiere chamber orchestra groups using instruments of the Mandolin and Lute families (Mandolins, Mandola, Mando-Cello, Guitar and Bass). Founded in 2007 by composer and multi-instrumentalist Steven Antonelli, the New York Mandolin Ensemble performs classical and contemporary compositions from around the world. The Ensemble’s mission is to promote the mandolin family of instruments to audiences demonstrating the scope of mandolin music expands far beyond its most popular framework within the folk and bluegrass worlds to include music from around the world. An evening with The New York Mandolin Ensemble takes the listener on a journey through the planetary life of the instrument including bluegrass, classical music, Choro (the folk music of Brazil), jazz and Gypsy music, as well as beautiful Neapolitan/Italian songs.
Somewhere beyond or behind all musical borders lies a creative terrain where bluegrass, jazz, Latin, classical, pop, and other various world musics mingle, played by musicians who care more for inspiration than they do for genre. This is the musical place that Wayne Fugate calls home.
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“The first batch of chords is from author and master musician Wayne Fugate whose experience in bluegrass, jazz, and classical styles, having benefited from the tutelage of Mike Marshall and Barry Mitterhoff, has brought him to stage and studio with some of acoustic music’s finest, including Tony Trischka, Mark Cosgrove, and the New York Mandolin Orchestra. We’d like to let the cat out of the bag and tell you about a project he has in the oven at Mel Bay, he’s taken about 35 Bach keyboard pieces and arranged them for instruments of equal voice (two mandolins, two violins, etc.) The bulk of the work is done except for the accompaniment CD and he’s enlisted some pretty great players to join him in the recording. Perhaps a CD for commercial release will come out of it, too.”
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