The Acadia School of Traditional Music & Arts is pleased to announce that Boston-based fiddler Jenna Moynihan and guitarist Owen Marshall will perform in concert on Friday, March 10, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Moore Community Center, 133 State Street, Ellsworth Maine.
$15 advance purchase, $20 at the door. (Purchase tickets at the bottom of this page. Ticket prices include $1.50 service fee.)
* Online ticket sales will close at 5:00 p.m. on the day of performance.
In addition, two workshops will be given by Ms. Moynihan and Mr. Marshall on Saturday, March 11 from 10-11:30AM, with private or semi-private lesson times available following the workshops. Pre-registration is required. See links below for how to register for workshops and lessons. Workshops and lessons will be given at a private home within two miles of Ellsworth city center. Location information will be provided by email following registration.
Jenna Moynihan is widely regarded as one of the best of the best in the new generation of acoustic musicians. Versatile and inventive, her fiddling style draws strongly from the Scottish tradition, but is in no way bound by it. Folk Radio UK said of her playing, “…from the first time you hear Moynihan, it is clear that her playing is resonating straight from the depths of her soul.” Jenna is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, and currently calls Boston home. She’s performed and collaborated with Mairi Chaimbeul, Darol Anger & The Furies, Hamish Napier, Old Blind Dogs, Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards, Phil Cunningham, and as a soloist at Symphony Hall with the Boston Pops. In 2015 Jenna released her debut solo album, Woven.
Vogue magazine calls musician Owen Marshall “A guitar/mandolin/banjo/bouzouki player rivaled in character only by the occasional three-pronged carrot” (Vogue 2009). vHis music has appeared on NPR’s “Thistle and Shamrock,” BBC television, and the back of his left elbow has appeared on MTV. In addition to being a respected performer, Owen is in demand at music camps throughout New England and the U.S., where he shares his approach to accompanying traditional music.