Join us at Trinity Episcopal Church, 98 Main Street, Camden for our free Community Coffee House at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 19th featuring Joe Davoli and Harvey Nusbaum. Enjoy an eclectic variety of violin/fiddle tunes new, old, near, and far.
Trinity Community Coffee House once again presents for your enjoyment Joe Davoli and Harvey Nusbaum to perform at their 2nd Fall Program Saturday 7 p.m. October 19 in Trinity Episcopal Church.
Central New York is lucky to have these two proficient and well-rounded musicians present various traditional fiddle styles. Their friendly off-the-cuff manner belies their deft playing but not their love of the music. Their fiddle repertoire comes from new and old, near and far.
Old, as in the essential music for dances and entertainment before recorded music. New, as in tunes that meld world beat rhythms into melodies influenced by old time fiddle music. Near, as in the music originating right in our own backyard, sometimes called bluegrass, sometimes called jazz. And far, as in the Celtic styles which originate in Ireland and Scotland.
Joe, recently inducted into the North American Fiddlers’ Hall of Fame is a natural fiddler. His bowing is strong, his melodies are sweet. Harvey knows what will work best to accompany the fiddle. Both bring so much to music and bring so much out of it as well.
The 3rd Fall Program features for the first time The Nelson Brothers playing Country Music at its best for all occasions on November 16, 2019.
The Church is located next to the Post Office, at the intersection of SR69 & SR13, at 98 Main Street, in the Village of Camden. Guests may enter through the front door of the Church. A parking lot is available, between the Church and Post Office, with a handicapped accessible entrance into the Parish Hall.
Trinity’s Community Coffee House performances are free to the public. A free will donation is collected only in lieu of admission. Complimentary refreshments are provided by the Trinity Ladies Guild. Follow us on Facebook, or phone (315) 245-1987.