Concert Schedule

All shows are at the North Madison Congregational Church, 1271 Durham Rd, Madison. See you here soon!!

To reserve seats or for more information for these shows please send us email.

One myth we need to dispel: “I hear you always sell out.”  Fact: No.


Break Time for summer…

But, we might just have a few things up our sleeve, maybe a little outdoor cookout and some tunes on the side. Stay tuned…

When we hit the fall, we hit the ground running. I thought the past season was as interesting as we could get, from diverse artists like Dana Leong and his electronica to hard-core new-wave fiddlers like Britt Haas and Laura Cortese, to old-school brilliance with Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, to ultra-sophisticated jazz with Christian Howes, and big time party music with Matuto. That’s nothing compared to what’s coming.

Late September/Early October:
Natalie Haas’ Big Wedding Party!

Well, without Natalie.  She’ll be getting ready for her wedding. But, there will be a HUGE amount of talent around just looking for a good time, and we’re it (not the talent, the good time). Who is coming? Er…, still trying to get all the details worked out, but you can be assured that the level of virtuosity of these world-travelers will be stunning.


Ben Sollee… November 8, 7 PM

(and probable workshop, too…)

You may have noticed that I like to collect cellists. In the past, we’ve had Natalie Haas, Rushad Eggleston, Mike Block, Nathaniel Smith, Dana Leong, etc. So how can we not have one of the very best of the new-wave of cellists? Ben not only plays amazingly, but what really grabs you are his vocal and songwriting skills. It’s a little tough to go on too long here, knowing that as soon as word gets out that Ben is coming, seats will be flying out the door. Well, not the seats, exactly, that would be strange. Reservations for the seats, more likely… Adults $25, kids high school and under, $5.00

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Finally…yes, a full two years after the record-setting blizzard forced the postponement, it’s the return of the John Jorgenson Quintet. More details later, as it’s still a year away, and who the heck knows what can go on until then, but yup, it’s a date.