Winter Village Bluegrass presents three bluegrass & acoustic music events in Ithaca, New York.   All events are hosted at the beautiful La Tourelle Inn overlooking Ithaca and Cayuga Lake. Our flagship event, the Winter Village Bluegrass Festival, is held on January 23–25 at La Tourelle, with two downtown Ithaca events on Saturday –  the Saturday Night Big Show at the State Theatre of Ithaca, and a Saturday afternoon ‘Bluegrass & Beyond‘ performance at Coltivare. The Falling Waters Music Camp, held on January 9–11 at La Tourelle, is a string camp taught by national and Ithaca performer-teachers in a variety of musical styles and levels.  Falling Waters features a popular Saturday evening faculty concert at La Tourelle. Winter Village is thrilled to bring back the Claire Lynch Band to Ithaca for a special holiday concert at La Tourelle on December 4, 2014 at 7:30pm. Join us this winter for one or more of these great musical events and feel the heat, energy and passion generated by some of the bluegrass and acoustic musicians on the scene today!

Events

Winter Village Bluegrass Festival

1-23-15 to 1-25-15

Falling Waters Music Camp

1-9-15 to 1-11-15

Claire Lynch Band Holiday Concert

Thursday 12-4-14
2111, 2014

Jazz Meets Fiddle Music: An Interview with Matt Glaser

Matt Glaser’s new book, Fiddle Tunes on Jazz Changes, presents a brilliant juxtaposition of two quintessentially American musical genres, both of which Matt has been a champion of for many decades. Matt is the […]

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1511, 2014

Richie and Rosie

Winter Village is pleased to announce that Richie & Rosie will be performing at ‘Bluegrass & Beyond’, a Saturday afternoon concert at Coltivare in downtown Ithaca with Michael Daves & Brittany Haas, and Paris […]

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1411, 2014

WVBF 2015 performer MICHAEL DAVES LEADS A GROUP OF BLUEGRASS ALL-STARS IN ‘GONNA PAINT THE TOWN’

New York City is home to so many incredible roots musicians, a majority of which happened to find themselves at Rockwood Music Hall this past Saturday to celebrate one of The Big Apple’s central […]

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