Music - Art Walk Stoughton 2018
As your eyes enjoy the many excellent visual artists and craftsmen from woodworkers to metalsmiths to painters and photographers, feast your ears to an equally wide and compelling variety of musical artists. From traditional Irish ballads to Gypsy Jazz, from classical guitar to bluegrass, there is truly a musical act for any taste at Art Walk Stoughton.
Seth is a multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter from Stoughton, Wisconsin. While his music features a full band sound, his live performances are stripped back in nature, featuring only Seth and his guitar. His love for music dates back as far as he can remember, but his first guitar purchase at the age of 13 reaffirmed his love for the artform.
1pm-4pm – Nauti Norske
COLLINS AND ADZIMA
A dynamic duo since 2014, Collins and Adzima are an infectiously creative piano and violin duo, pumping out danceable ditties, moody melodies, and tumultuous tunes. Much of their music is improvised, and they have co-written several pieces, including an operetta about a murderous squirrel.
9am-12pm – Fahrenheit 364
MADISON CLASSICAL GUITAR SOCIETY
The Madison Classical Guitar Society is a non-profitdevoted to music education and awareness by sharing the rich musical history of the guitar. They host performance events with guest artists as well as hosting a guitar ensemble program for members. The repertoire played ranges across a full history of the instrument, from Renaissance and early music, right through to works by contemporary composers, from baroque to bossa-nova.
11am and 1pm-4pm – Stoughton Village Players Theater
Pete Charles is a guitarist and singer from Stoughton who performs frequently at a wide variety of venues and events. He performs an always-popular blend of rock and Americana favorites.
3pm-6pm – Viking Brew Pub
THE BLUE MOON KLEZMER BAND WITH ROXANNE NEAT
The Blue Moon Klezmer Band features the Klezmer musical tradition of celebratory music from Eastern Europe - instrumental dance tunes for weddings and other celebrations. Performers include Richard MacDonald, clarinet; Rachel Lam, violin; Cindy Lehr, trumpet; Linda Kunz, piano; Elias Rust, bass; and Aaron Gochberg, drums.
Roxanne Neat, folksinger, has been performing since 1974, presenting traditional and contemporary folk music and ballads. Accompanying herself on guitar, piano, mountain dulcimer, and five-strong banjo, Roxanne draws from Appalachian Scottish, Irish, and English traditions.
2pm-3pm - Stoughton Public Library
McCloskys on the Mezz
Rock the library with local favorites Mike and Jamie McCloskey. Enjoy a blend of popular blues, rock, country, jazz and occasional Irish tunes.
11am - Stoughton Public Library
PRONE TO SORROW
This Indie-Acoustic Rock Duo started off as individual songwriters and they came together to share their lyrics and haunting harmonies.
10am, 1pm, 4pm - Main Street Kitchen