A series of traditional maritime music performances created for our visiting Road Scholar participants is open to the public. All performances take place in the Harms Gallery starting at 7:00 p.m. Wine and Beer are available for sale by the Volunteer Council. Cost is $10 at the door, cash or check.
Tuesday, September 19 Rachel Eddy was born and raised in rural West Virginia. She grew up listening to local fiddlers, her father among them, going to old-time festivals, and attending square dances. The old-time bug bit her early in life and Rachel now performs and teaches full-time on fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin and bass. She spent time performing and teaching in Stockholm and has returned to West Virginia. Rachel Eddy recently performed at the Calvert Marine Museum with Ken and Brad Kolodner Trio.