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“New Old Stock is the instrumental cream of the brand new string nation. ” - Darol Anger
Tickets on Sale Nov. 9th
$12.00 presale, $14.00 at the door, $8.00 students
Tracing its roots back to musical traditions as diverse as Bluegrass, Celtic and Jazz, New Old Stock boasts four of the most accomplished and creative young talents of their generation.
The quartet combines the unique musical stylings of hammered dulcimer virtuoso Simon Chrisman and banjoist Wesley Corbett with the inimitable sound of brother-sister fiddle duo Tristan and Tashina Clarridge. Tristan, an inventive cellist and 4-time Grand National Fiddle Champion, currently tours with Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings and has appeared with Cape Breton fiddle phenomenon Natalie MacMaster. In 2008, he will tour internationally with Crooked Still, taking over for cello monster Rushad Eggleston. His sister Tashina, the 2005 Grand National Fiddle Champion, has toured with Mark O’Connor and performed at Carnegie Hall as part of Grammy-winning bassist Edgar Meyer's Young Artists program. Since starting the banjo at age 16, 21-year-old Wesley Corbett has appeared with the David Grisman Quintet, Matt Glaser, and Crooked still, recently opened for Tony Rice as part of the Lincoln Meyers String Alliance, and currently tours with North Carolina’s bluegrass sensation the Biscuit Burners. Wesley’s longtime musical collaborator, hammered dulcimer wizard Simon Chrisman, has performed at Seattle's Benaroya Hall with the Seattle Central jazz band, opened for Bill Frisell, and at 16 was invited to be a scholarship guest artist at the Augusta Heritage Festival in West Virginia.
The result of the foursome’s collaboration is an elegant fusion of tradition and innovation. New Old Stock is a powerful creative force at the forefront of the emerging New Acoustic music scene.
For more information on the band, see their MySpace website here
A cast of 14 will tickle your funnybone as they portray the eccentric
Brewster family of Brooklyn. N.Y. along with the screaming old aunts
who poison their victims with elderberry wine!
When their nephew Mortimer (played by Shawn Couch) discovers a
body under the window seat of his aunts' home, the elderly women
(played by Marilyn Cook & Patricia Reid-MacGregor),'fess up to their
deeds matter-of-factly and the events of the play become more absurd
right up to a surprise ending.
A "Special Tea" is planned for "24" guests to join the cast at the Brewster home!
Call 623-2890 to make those reservations... first come, first served.
Opening night - November 16 at 7pm
November 17 - 7pm
November 24 - 7pm
November 25 - 4pm - "Special Tea" (see above) - 2:30pm
November 30 - 7pm
December 1 - 7pm
Closing Matinee - December 2 - 2pm
General $12 / 16 & under $9
"Special Tea" - 24 seats only! Call now for reservations - $20
Imaginations, Mamma Llama, Dragonfly Outfitters
Zion Natural Foods (Hayfork)
for more information: please call Pat Treadwell (530) 623-2890
Barbara is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and championship fiddle player as well as a pianist & composer. She combines elements of Jazz, Folk, Classical, African, Brazilian and Celtic music to create unique compositions that are lyrical, rhythmically playful and harmonically inventive.
Tickets: $15 presale, $17 at the door
Tickets on sale NOW at Imaginations, Mamma Llama and Dragonfly Outfitters. For more information, contact Pat Treadwell or call 623-2890. Go to Barbara's website here to learn more about this talented musician.