Sue Ferrers Trio
Seasoned folk musician, Sue Ferrers plays the rare but hauntingly beautiful Swedish nyckelharpa, or keyed-fiddle, an instrument dating back to the Middle Ages. After spending the last two decades releasing albums, playing intimate concerts in churches and touring stadiums and festivals throughout Europe, including Kieler Woche, Amphi Festival in Cologne, and the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, Sue has returned to home soil, forming a trio to share her music that is “spellbinding and spherical” and “in its simple beauty can go straight to your heart and can make you yearning for more”. (Folker Magazine, Germany). Joined by the driving rhythmic guitar and the soulful depth of the double bass, the trio will present an eclectic potpourri of European folk melodies, from the Sephardic Jewish music of Spain to Scandinavian Polskas and the reverie of the Scottish Highlands, taking the audience on a magic carpet ride to exotic, faraway lands of times gone by.
There are limited $5.00 tickets for students under 18.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes without intermission.