Friday, October 11, 2013

Cat and The Moon at Outpost 186, Cambridge, 10/16

Lord Geoffrey's Fall second offering in its unplugged series in Cambridge featuring rising young talent from the Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory will be Wednesday, October 16 - Cat and The Moon

The concerts are presented at Outpost 186, 186-1/2 Hampshire Street, Inman Square, Cambridge.

Darol Anger (Berklee) and Tanya Kalmanovitch (NEC) are Lord Geoffrey's Fall season consultants.

Cat and The Moon 
Wednesday, October 18
"Celtic and Bluegrass Together at Last"

Cat And The Moon is a contemporary Celtic Bluegrass fusion group that was started in Boston Massachusetts in 2012. They have a wide range of styles including Irish, Bluegrass, originals, jazz fusion, and classical.

Cat And The Moon are...

Ricky Mier is a banjoist who hails from the San Francisco bay area. While attending Berklee College of Music on scholarship he won the Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contest’s esteemed ‘Other Styles’ category. Ricky is versed in hard driving bluegrass music, Flecktones style fusion, open funk jams, classical, and now is dipping into Irish traditional music.
He uses a 2008 Gold Star GF-100 banjo with Keith D-Tuners and a nickel plated presto tailpiece. He prefers to use the stainless steel National NP2-SS fingerpicks for his picking because it decreases the amount of tarnish that develops on the picks.
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Kathleen Parks is a wild Irish fiddler from Newburgh, New York. She started playing the violin at the age of five and got heavily involved in Irish music by the age of ten. As she quickly progressed, she became interested in many other styles of music; Jazz, Classical, Fusion, and Bluegrass. Since then she has gone on to play numerous shows including festivals and cruise lines with bands such as; The John Whelan Band, The Jimmy Sturr Orchestra, The Lindsey Webster Band, and the Bobby Vinton Orchestra.
Kathleen is currently attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA on full Scholarship studying Songwriting and Performance.
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Eamon Sefton is a guitar major at Berklee College of Music who is rapidly assembling an impressive array of credentials and experience in traditional music — he has headlined at Club Passim, performed at Boston Celtic Music Festival in 2011 and 2012 with the band Chasing Redbird, and been selected by Maeve Gilchrist as guitar accompanist for the Berklee Advanced Celtic Ensemble. He has just returned from Scotland where he explored Scottish traditional music at first hand. Eamon is a 10-year alumnus of Boston Harbor Scottish Fiddle School, joining their faculty as guitar teacher this summer.

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Doors 7:30, Concert 8:00, pickin' party follows.
Students $5
General Public $10
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