Music on the Delaware will kick off its spring Digital Coffeehouse Live performance collection at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17.
The hourlong live performance will characteristic Daisycutter musicians Sara Milonovich, an alt-country singer/songwriter and fiddler, and guitarist Greg Anderson. The live performance is free and shall be out there for viewing at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83980655293
Milonovich began finding out fiddle at age 4 when she started to be taught conventional music because it was handed down from the music she heard in Upstate New York. From there, she discovered bluegrass, folks, rock, Americana and Celtic music. She has carried out internationally, first with The McKrells, then with different well-known musicians together with Pete Seeger and Eliza Gilkyson, and ultimately with the band Daisycutter.
In 2016, she based Rootstock, a nonprofit music pageant devoted to elevating emergency catastrophe reduction funds for New York farmers. Along with her profession as a solo artist and accompanist, Milovich additionally just lately appeared as a featured violinist/fiddler with the Broadway musical, “Come From Away.”
Anderson will again Milonovich on guitar.
Audio additionally may be streamed on Bandcamp, at saramilonovich.bandcamp.com
Tricks to the musicians could also be made utilizing Venmo: Venmo@Sara-Milonovich.
Upcoming Digital Coffeehouse live shows are clarinetist Robin Seletsky and guitarist Michael Leopold on Feb. 7; Northern Catskill guitarist/vocalist Mike Herman on Feb. 21; nation/western singer Wes St. Onge on March 7; bodhran participant Anna Colliton and fiddler Alasdair White on March 21; singer/guitarist Tom Wadsworth on April 18; jazz pianist Dave Braham on Could 2; and Blue Tonic Band on Could 16.
The identical zoom quantity shall be used for all coffeehouse live shows.