10 String Symphony Digital Concert

Don't miss out on this very special digital concert hosted by Garter Lane this Thursday, May 7th, 7.30pm.

Garter Lane was due to host 10 String Symphony this week, but due to COVID-19, that wasn’t possible. Luckily for all us ‘stay-at-homers’, we can catch their digital concert from the comfort of our sitting rooms on Thursday evening at 7.30 pm.

A good excuse to put your feet up a little earlier that night (as if you need one) too!

‘The Newest and Best Voices in Americana’

Enjoy some of the best Americana music from grammy-nominated fiddle player, Christian Sedelmyer (The Jerry Douglas Band), and his singing partner, Rachel Baiman, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Known for their unique and compelling vocal and string arrangements, their new album, “Generation Frustration” is bound to impress.

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Watch the concert live

In collaboration with Music Network, the duo’s digital concert premiere will be available to watch Thursday, at 7.30 pm. So set your reminders and enjoy the concert!


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