Festivals and Music at Gore Place

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MUSIC AT GORE PLACE

SEPTEMBER

Wednesday, September 17, 7:30pm
Santiago Diaz
Join classical guitarist Santiago Diaz for an evening of beautiful musicóclassical, Romantic and Latin Americanóarranged for solo guitar. The Boston Globe wrote “He’s a really spectacular player. The combination of his technique and his passionate performance is really not to be missed.” Santiago Diaz will thrill you with his brilliant interpretation of classical and romantic music arranged for solo guitar. Admission is $15, $10 members, purchase now! Or, call (781) 894-2798 ext. 12, or email events@goreplace.org .

You can get 2 free passes through both the Waltham and Watertown Libraries thanks to grants from the Waltham and Watertown Local Cultural Councils. Please, contact those libraries for information.

Wednesday, September 24, 7:30pm
Bill Staines
Bill's music is a slice of Americana, reflecting with the same ease his feelings about the prairie people of the Midwest or the adventurers of the Yukon, the on-the-road truckers, or the everyday workers that make up this land.

Admission is $15, $10 members, purchase now!
Or, call (781) 894-2798 ext. 12, or email events@goreplace.org.

You can get 2 free passes through both the Waltham and Watertown Libraries thanks to grants from the Waltham and Watertown Local Cultural Councils. Please, note: you still need to make a reservation if you are using the Library Pass. Please, contact those libraries for more information.

FESTIVALS
Sunday, September 28, 11am to 4pm
The Fall Festival at Gore Place 2014
Food trucks, beer tent, live music, antique cars, wagon and miniature train rides, and a crazy pumpkin drop are featured at the first annual Fall Festival. Admission: $10, members and ages 12 and under free. Free parking. Tickets available at the door.



Emerald RaeWednesday, October 1, 7:30pm
Emerald Rae, fiddler
At 18, she took home the grand prize at the US Scottish Fiddle Championships! As her studies in Scottish music deepened, she moved to Glasgow to study musicology, but it was her time at the Berklee College of Music that connected to her new worlds of fiddling. Emerald Rae performs original and traditional tunes during an intimate concert in the 1806 Gore mansion. Read more about Emerald on her website at: emeraldrae.com.

Admission is $10, $8 members and ages 5-12. Call to reserve, (781) 894-2798 ext. 12., or email events@goreplace.org .

Katie McNallyWednesday, October 8, 7:30pm
Katie McNally with Neil Pearlman
Join Boston-based fiddler Katie McNally for an evening of bold and exquisite tunes bursting from the Scottish and Cape Breton traditions. Katie has won numerous titles in National and regional Scottish fiddle contests and has appears as a soloist as well as emsemble player in many traditional music groups. For this concert, Katie will be joined by vocalist/pianist Neil Pearlman. For more about Katie, visit her website at: katiemcnally.com.

Admission is $10, $8 members and ages 5-12. Call to reserve, (781) 894-2798 ext. 12., or email events@goreplace.org .

Sinti RhythmWednesday, October 15, 7:30pm
Sinti Rhythm, gypsy jazz
Blending seductive harmonies powered by string-based rhythms, Sinti Rhythm is an acoustic group that performs an exotic hybrid of hot jazz and Gypsy swing music of the kind played by the Sinti Musicians of Europe.

Admission is $10, $8 members and ages 5-12. Call to reserve, (781) 894-2798 ext. 12., or email events@goreplace.org

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