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Cranberry Coffeehouse Presents "Past, Present, Future,"

Date: 
09/16/2017 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Location: 
Unitarian Universalist 183 Riverside Dr. Bing

The Cranberry Coffeehouse Presents "Past, Present, Future," on Sat., Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m.

Featured Performers:
Charlene Thomson, playing piano, accordion and autoharp, along with banjo player extraordinaire Rob Siegers, ran the Cranberry for more than 20 years; they are joined by mandolin player Jeff Bronfeld. As performers, they are all accomplished musicians, each contributing to and preserving the folk tradition. Charlene also composes and performs English Country Dance music.

Shepherd and Ewe is composed of Julian Shepherd, cello, and Lee Shepherd, piano and violin. The duo plays elegant and exuberant music from the classical and English folk tradition. Julian, a biology professor at Binghamton University, is an expert in birds and bugs, flora and fauna. Lee is a retired Press & Sun-Bulletin feature writer and a music reviewer for the Broome Arts Mirror.  

Singer-songwriter and string instrumentalist Andru Bemis recently arrived on the Southern Tier to the delight of audiences at the Cranberry and the area. Bemis. who tours nationally, regularly impresses with his driving clawhammer banjo playing, old-time Irish fiddling, nimble finger-picking on the guitar, humorous and heartfelt songs, and crowd-friendly personality.
 
Chris Koldewey has been actively involved with traditional folk music since his teens. For the past 17 years, he has worked with the Chantey/Interpretation Department of Mystic Seaport Museum, performed concerts and workshops as singer and multi-instrumentalist, solo and with his wife Joy Bennett, and coordinated the Cranberry Coffeehouse for the past few years.

The Cranberry Coffeehouse is located at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation 183 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, New York (next to Lourdes Hospital). Suggested donation of $10.

For information, leeshepherd609@gmail.com or cranberrycoffeehouse.org.

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