This live music series on Wednesday evenings features a variety of music genres. Each concert is 45-60 minutes and you can purchase a single ticket or a subscription to all eight concerts in the fall series for a discount. (See event called Music for Dessert Subscription).
Week 4 of our fall series of mid-week music concerts features the Americana trio Palmyra. Established in the Shenandoah Valley, Palmyra’s set explores the fusion of traditional folk string instruments, three part harmonies and innovative songwriting. The trio captures the collective spirit of three Virginia natives, Teddy (he/him), Manoa (he/him), and Sasha (they/them), often described as a distant cousin of the progressive folk band, Punch Brothers, mixed with elements of Oliver Wood or the Avett Brothers. Palmyra’s songs are intimate and contemplative, with arrangements that allow them to create the illusion of a full, larger-than-three ensemble. The trio’s sound is a nod to Appalachia and Americana, apparent through their stirring craftsmanship and dedication to a folk-driven, innovative experience throughout each unique live performance.