An annual highlight of the Acoustic Music Seminar, this special 2022 edition of Mike Marshall’s Stringband Spectacular includes several alumni of the SMF workshop and mentorship program.
Allison de Groot (clawhammer banjo) & Tatiana Hargreaves (fiddle, vocals) are an old-time duo that creates a sound that is adventurous, masterful, and original, as they expand on the eccentricities of these old songs while never losing sight of what makes them endure.
Mile Twelve is a progressive string band from Boston, Massachusetts. Winners of the 2020 IBMA New Artist of the Year award, they have been making waves in the acoustic music community with their seamless blend of expertly-crafted songs, creative arrangements and virtuosic execution. The band takes their name from the mile marker that sits at Boston’s southern border on Route 93, a road sign they’ve passed countless times while heading out on tour. They’ve found receptive audiences across the globe, touring throughout North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. With members based in Boston, New York and Maine the lineup includes Evan Murphy (guitar, vocals), Catherine “BB” Bowness (banjo), Nate Sabat (bass, vocals), Ella Jordan (fiddle, vocals), and Korey Brodsky (mandolin).
Westbound Situation blends the precision of classical chamber music, the rhythmic drive of bluegrass, and the colorful expression of jazz into a new style of chamber music they call chambergrass. This trio version of the group (also typically including a fourth member in Jake Howard) is composed of Grant Flick on violin, Zach Brown on cello, and Jacob Warren on bass.
Please note: To ensure the well-being of our patrons, artists, and staff, Savannah Music Festival is implementing health safety measures. Click here for more information.
Except in the event of cancellation or postponement of a performance, Savannah Music Festival does not offer ticket refunds. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
All programs, artists, and venues are subject to change.