Robin Bullock at Cellar Stage™ Timonium
The church requires that all audience members must be fully vaccinated. Proof is required. For everyone's safety, we suggest that you wear a mask, except when eating.
"Breathtakingbrilliant technique, always in service of the music." ~ Guitar Player.
"A musician whose technical skill and stylistic expertise are second to nonea time-served folkie of the highest calibre." ~ Classical Guitar (U.K.).
Robin Bullock is a prolific composer and multi-instrumentalist, whose virtuosity on guitar, cittern and mandolin blends the ancient melodies of the Celtic lands and their vigorous Appalachian descendants into one powerful musical vision. The 17th-century harp tunes of legendary Irish bard Turlough O'Carolan, the spirited jigs and reels of rural Ireland, the haunting ballads of the southern Appalachians and evocative original compositions all find a musical common ground in Robin's music, where lightning-fast fingerwork one moment is perfectly balanced with tender, quiet intimacy the next. A warm, friendly presence onstage, Robin effortlessly creates a magical world for the audience with his multi-instrumental wizardry, taking them on a journey to the heart and soul of Celtic and American traditions.
"Dazzling spirit what he offers is not just virtuosity for the sake of virtuosity, but also the sensibility of one on a quest between past and present, traditional and modern." ~ Trad Magazine (France).
Originally rising to prominence as a founding member of the innovative acoustic world-music trio Helicon, Robin's solo career has won him three Washington Area Music Association WAMMIE Awards, a Governor's Award from the Maryland State Arts Council, and a feature broadcast on National Public Radio's hugely popular Celtic music program "The Thistle and Shamrock."
Opening: David McKindley-Ward: Drawing on his deep repertoire of traditional Irish/Scottish/and English folk ballads, David explores the old classics with a fresh new take. Cutting his teeth in sessions and earning his stripes with his banjo/guitar/bouzouki playing as well, David has make a name for himself as one of the areas top Irish singers.
Doors open at 7:00 pm. General admission seating. Tickets are available at the door without service fee if paid by cash or check.
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The Cellar Stage™ Timonium at Timonium United Methodist Church (Afficher)
2300 Pot Spring Rd
Timonium, MD 21093
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