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Join acoustic guitarist/instrumentalist Lou Vangieri/LCV Project performing an eclectic mix of acoustic guitar instrumental works at one of the area's top coffeehouses! Enjoy a great cup of coffee, terrific food and outstanding acoustic guitar music. Program runs from 7 to 9:30 pmSave
The Watermen's Museum presents Lou Vangieri / LCV Project in concert. Lou will perform an eclectic blend of solo acoustic guitar instrumental music. The program is part of day long 2nd Annual Yorktown Folk Festival program. This is make up day for Sept. 27th. Performance by the LCV Project from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm under the TENT!Save
Join acoustic guitarist/instrumentalist Lou Vangieri/LCV Project performing an eclectic mix of acoustic guitar instrumental works at one of the area's top bookstore and coffeehouse! Enjoy a great cup of coffee and outstanding acoustic guitar music. Program runs from 1 to 2:30 pm on the 2nd Floor in the Café.Save
Sounds Like: something new, Pat Metheny, Lawrence Juber, Terrific acoustic instrumental music.
The LCV Project featuring Lou Vangieri - EASY LISTENING!
“Music in the soul can be heard by the universe.”
- Lao Tzu
Come and enjoy the versatile sounds of acoustic guitarist/instrumentalist Lou Vangieri. He is a relentlessly creative acoustic-guitarist/songwrit...See Full Bio
“These days, Louis C. Vangieri channels much of his energy into making music. The 60-year-old Williamsburg resident has been playing music since his youth, toured with a band along the east coast for several years after college, and has played in duos, trios, quartets and quintets. Vangieri, whose goes by the name The LCV Project, now plays a solo act that combines his own rhythm acoustic guitar recordings with live acoustic guitar performances for some unique and unexpected sounds that he compares to two hands that play the two ends of a piano. He wasn't always a full-time musician. Vangieri has degrees in sociology and anthropology, and spent 30 years as a college counselor. But he was diagnosed with cancer in 1999 He fought the battle and won, and several years later he and his wife Lauren decided to retire in Williamsburg, where they had been frequent visitors.”