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Folk but Baroque

This is how summer should be!

Some people think of classical music as concert halls, tuxedos, and standing ovations. But not us! We see classical music as an the experience of a good story a beer shared among friends over some awesome tunes. 'Folk but Baroque' merges fun dance tunes, humorous songs, quirky stories, and audience participation into a show fit for a concert or the neighborhood bar.




A Cajun Summer

A Cajun Summer is a celebration of the French and Cajun music from 17th, 18th, and 19th century New France (Canada), the Mississippi River, and Cajun Country. Laissez les bon temps rouler, or "let the good times roll!"


A Gaelic Summer

A Gaelic Summer features 17th, 18th, and 19th century drinking songs and dance tunes from Scotland, Ireland, England, and Wales, live-band sing-along karaoke, Mad Libs improvisation, and sometimes dancing and booze.