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Saturnalia Trio

Saturnalia Trio

Folk / medieval / Folk Rock Portland, OR  US


  • 2013

    Aug 13

    Portland, OR, US | 8:00pm

    Saturnalia Trio will play a rare evening of original songs and tunes in the bardic tradition (AKA "singer-songwriter") and historic Medieval & Renaissance tunes performed on a variety of acoustic instruments.

  • 2013

    Mar 16

    Portland, OR, US | 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Aug 12

    Portland, OR, US | 6:00pm

    Saturnalia Trio will play a RARE show featuring music from their five New Weave albums played on a variety of instruments. Original & Medieval music at its best!

  • 2012

    Jul 5

    Portland, OR, US | 5:00pm

    Saturnalia Trio will play a rare FREE Happy Hour at Camellia Lounge @ The Tea Zone (510 NW 11th, Portland, Oregon in honor of Arlene Millering's first solo watercolor art show. First Thursday from 5-6:30 PM.

  • 2012

    Feb 25

    Portland, OR, US | 7:00pm

    Saturnalia Trio will be playing a short set at Paul Parker's birthday bash.


  • Saturnalia Trio in 2008
  • Leslie Gray
  • Tracey Brown


Sounds Like: Bert Jansch (Official), David Munrow, Gregorio Paniagua, Pentangle

Label: New Weave, New Weave

Manager: Daniel Crommie

Bio: Saturnalia Trio presents an energetic, ethereal and eclectic mix of original songs and melodies which incorporate elements borrowed from world folk music, infused with European Medieval and Renaissance music played on flutes, violins, percussion, mandolins and dulcimers with their recordings util...See Full Bio

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Daniel Crommie


Leslie Gray


Michael Treadwell





“Medieval Europe was a magical world of miracle and mystery, animated by strings and drums from the Middle East and flutes and horns from the north. Though far from the mainstream today, the spirit of that music is still alive and dressed in contemporary trappings by musicians such as Daniel Crommie and his mates in the Saturnalia Trio, another brilliant facet of Portland’s rich and varied music scene. The sounds of a flute, mandolin and balalaika mingle in pleasing world-folk harmonies. ”

— Lynn Darroch, The Oregonian

Recent Blogs

Re-release of "Salterello, Psaltery & Song"
Oct 20, 2012

On Tuesday, November 13th the first Saturnalia Trio album will see its digital d... [more]

Saturnalia Trio "Hummingbirds" Review!
Jan 31, 2010

"This delightfully versatile group’s only problem is arithmetical; it actually c... [more]


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