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September-October Performances

Hello friends and fans.  I’m just returning from a family visit to Athens, Georgia, a real art and music town and home to the University of Georgia.  I’m looking forward to the next month, with a Rivereens gig at Lagunitas Brewery, the perfect venue for our brand of blues, folk and Django.

There are also several appearances with Susie Sutton and Bill Fouty.  The three of us are developing a personal style of approaching standards and jazz tunes, extending structured improvisational sections beyond the tune itself into a lyrical realm wholly our own. It’s really exciting, and listeners seem to be taking notice.

And last but not least, I want to mention the American Philharmonic performances of gorgeous, romantic tone poems including Debussy’s La Mer.  I’ll be leading the AP second violins for the first time, and I’m really looking forward to the challenges of leadership and trying to achieve (near)perfection.

Check out the list of gigs with dates, times and venues at the upcoming performances link.  Come on out for an evening of listening to, supporting and loving live music.

Thanks for your visit to moonglowviolin.com.


Normally this info will be on the “Upcoming Performances” page so come back often to see where we will be playing and check out that page.

Thursday, Sept 26, Main St. Station in Guerneville, 6:30-9:30, with Susan Sutton Trio (Bill Fouty on bass)

Thursday, October 10, Thursday, Oct. 10, from 7-9. Gypsy/Django Jam at Aqus Café in Petaluma

Saturday, October 12 at 8pm and Sunday October 13 at 2pm, with American Philharmonic Orchestra, a program including works by Debussy, Mendelssohn, Barber and Elgar, at Santa Rosa HS Auditorium, conducted by Norman Gamboa.

Thursday, October 17, at Lagunitas Brewery in Petaluma, with the Rivereens

Friday, October 18, Main St. Station in Guerneville, 6:30-9:30 with Susan Sutton Trio

Thursday, October 24, at Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa, Benefit for American Philharmonic (www.apsonoma.org), 5:30, with Susan Sutton Trio