Give Adrienne Howard a fiddle or a mandolin, even a hurdy-gurdy, and out will come music that’s evocative of a world long past, of stories told around fires, of superstitions and traditions, of love, death and the very stuff of life. Howard received a rich musical education courtesy of the local Irish music scene, before staking her own claim in Boston. Now, as her own style becomes ever more distinct, she performs an enchanting repertoire of Irish, Quebecois, Breton and old-time songs on the fiddle and mandolin, while saving the hurdy-gurdy for the airs anciens of central France (with occasionally forays into the Breton and old-time traditions). Having played in several groups, including O’Carolan Etcetera, she appears solo at Gore Place’s newly renovated Carriage House.
Adrienne Howard at Gore Place
Watertown West End
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