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FIRE and GRACE – Wed. 21st August 2019
August 21 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm$5 – $35
FIRE AND GRACE –Guitar and violin DUO
Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Doors open: 6.30pm
Show starts: 7.30pm
Tickets and preview and info at www.fireandgracemusic.live
Tickets $35 Adults, $30 Concession, $5 Under 18
Fire and Grace Biography
Their first tour to Australia from North America , Fire & Grace is an eclectic collaboration between Grammy Award-winning guitarist William Coulter and violinist Edwin Huizinga.
This unique duo explores the connective musical elements of classical, folk, and contemporary traditions from around the world.
Fire & Grace’s repertoire is vast, ranging from Bach to Vivaldi, tango to Celtic tunes, traditional Bulgarian to American fiddle tunes and waltzes, all played with a sense of discovery and commitment to the elements of passion and virtuosity — fire and grace — found in these diverse traditions.
About the artists:
Performing both baroque and modern repertoire, Canadian violinist Edwin Huizinga has appeared alongside Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Dawn Upshaw, Mike Marshall, and Stevie Wonder, and has been featured as a soloist with the San Bernardino Symphony, the Sweetwater Music Festival, the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival, and the Banff Summer Arts Festival. Edwin is a founding member of the baroque ensemble ACRONYM which has released six full-length albums of previously unknown and unrecorded baroque music. Edwin also performs all over the world with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra.
Guitarist William Coulter has been performing and recording traditional guitar music for over twenty years. His most recent solo recording, The Road Home (Gourd Music) was met with critical acclaim, and in 2005, he received a Grammy Award for his contribution to The Pink Guitar, a collection of solo guitar arrangements of Henry Mancini’s music. William maintains a classical guitar studio at the University of California at Santa Cruz and teaches at many summer music camps. This fact is an interesting connection to Lawson as the original subdivisions in Lawson were named Santa Cruz and San Jose.