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Family Concert w/Treblemakers

Join us at FENCE for a free concert with the Treblemakers. Please register in avance for this program. Space is limited. Genre bending and blending, The Treblemakers take familiar tunes and serve them up with a twist. Take a musical journey, from Baroque to bossa nova, all without leaving your seat. What the three women of the The Treblemakers have in common is their love of playing together, their curiosity about every kind of music, and their willingness to explore new sounds for their instruments.
When Oct 17, 2021
from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where FENCE Center
Contact Name
Contact Phone 8288599021
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If weather allows, this concert will take place outdoors in the pavilion adjacent to the FENCE center. In case of inclement weather, we will move the concert into the great room. Space will be limited for this concert to allow for social distancing. Face coverings/masks are required indoors and outdoors when distancing is not possible. 

Guitarist Amy Brucksch has played for many years with Pan Harmonia, an Asheville chamber music collective, and performs with several other chamber music ensembles, including Trio Tapestry, a violin, cello and guitar trio. Formerly on the faculty of the University of Toledo, she is passionate about sharing her love for the instrument in all its many shapes and forms, and currently teaches guitar to over 100 middle and high school students at Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy in Rutherford County.

Frances Demoretcky received a Master’s degree in music with a major in flute from Manhattan School of Music in NYC. For many years, she taught flute and was a member of orchestras and opera companies. More recently, she enjoys exploring the musical possibilities of the synthesizer and melodica, arranging music for melodica groups and organizing workshops. Fran lives in Hendersonville.

Asheville multi-instrumentalist, harpsichordist, composer and newby synthesizer player Barbara Weiss performs with groups around the Southeast, including Muses Delight, Pan Harmonia, and the NC Baroque Orchestra. In a previous life she traveled around the country performing, and taught at Oberlin and Peabody Conservatory. She currently teaches at the Mountain Collegium Summer Workshop in Cullowhee and leads Western Carolina’s first melodica band, Next Road Over.

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