Jeremy Kittel Trio                 10 String Symphony                         Too Blue

Winter Village’ Friday concert will feature some amazing fiddle playing with 10 String Symphony following opening band Too Blue, then the Jeremy Kittel Trio closing the show.  The evening will begin with a Happy Hour reception in the La Tourelle Lobby with old time music by Steve Selin & Friends and Southern Comfort food prepared by the La Tourelle Bistro (dinner not included in ticket price).   The reception is sponsored by Steve’s South Hill Cider, makers of Bluegrass Russet and other fine craft ciders and will feature a cash bar of Finger Lakes wines and beer and South Hill Cider. 

After Happy Hour, Too Blue will kick off the concert with an early set at 6:30 pm, followed by 10 String Symphony and the Jeremy Kittel Trio.  If you love the violin, this will be a fine night of fiddle playing. 

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About the Jeremy Kittel Trio:

“I WAS ENTERTAINED, MESMERIZED, AND MOVED BY THE SOUND THAT LEAPT OFF OF THE STAGE… FROM A DELICATE JIG TO A CELTIC REEL TO A BACH PARTITA TO A CONTEMPORARY ORIGINAL ACOUSTIC COMPOSITION… ARRANGEMENTS THAT WERE FLAWLESS, ARTFUL, AND COMPELLING… I WOULD GO OUT OF MY WAY TO HEAR THIS OUTFIT AGAIN!” – MARK SCHATZ (NICKEL CREEK, BELA FLECK, CLAIRE LYNCH, JOHN HARTFORD)

“THEIR INDIVIDUAL AND ENSEMBLE VIRTUOSITY, ORIGINALITY, AND OVERALL ENERGY ABSOLUTELY KNOCKED OUT FESTIVAL AUDIENCES… MUSIC SPANNED THE TRADITIONAL TO STUNNING ORIGINALS…”- KEVIN HANICK, IOWA ARTSFEST

“LISTENING AND WATCHING THE TRIO PLAY, IT’S ALMOST AS IF THEY BECOME ASTRAL BEINGS, TAPPING INTO THE UNIVERSE FOR AN EXPERIENCE THAT RESONATES DEEPLY WITH THE AUDIENCE.” -HIAWATHA MUSIC FESTIVAL

About 10 String Symphony:

“…a dynamic musical stew that covers a wide spectrum of acoustic-based roots music, hitting on old-time, folk and bluegrass, all delivered with a dash of rock and roll spunk.” – American Songwriter Magazine

“When each song ended, the two pressed tight into their microhphones, savoring the last strains of the harmony – and even the bartenders seemed to be leaning forward breathlessly, awaiting someone to clap first. Their self titled recording aptly demonstrates the power of a spare, tightly-connected acoustic performance that is given room to evolve – for bluegrass fans, the lightning fast harmonic runs on dueling fiddle is worth the price of admission alone. But it’s the off-road experiments, especially from Christian’s biting bow strokes that will make future audiences take note.” – The Bluegrass Situation

“…Stirring together Old-Time flavors with the broader range of influences brought by an omnivorous musical appetite” – The Nashville Scene