CONCERTS IN HERITAGE HALL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                                  Concerts in Heritage Hall feature the exceptional                              musicians of America’s cultural grass-roots music.

                 From living legends to seasoned up and coming new                    artists, Heritage Hall is Reno’s hidden gem listening room!


JULY 16,  a SUNDAY Concert

Hailing from Seattle Washington, the Rain City Ramblers are an exciting acoustic trio that draws upon the deep well of American roots music featuring their own original songwriting and arrangement. Forrest Marowitz (bass), Daniel Ullom (mandolin) and Jim Horbett (guitar), lay down those fiddle tunes with a groovy two-step, and render haunting versions of folk ballads. Their minimalistic line-up and tight vocal arrangements can captivate people in living rooms, street corners, and on stages. Their first full length album, Hateful Ways, was released in January 2017. Join us for this special Sunday Concert and Workshop! 

Concert  $15.00 Presale, $20.00 Door

Sit in on their Workshop! – Fiddling Around With Fiddle Tunes  1:00 to 2:30       Cost   $25.00

How many times have you seen a band take a “simple” fiddle tune and take it into musical places you didn’t even know existed? Improvising is both an individual and collective effort, and the Rain City Ramblers can show you how it’s done. We’ll focus on deep listening, internalizing the melody, playing outside of the box, and spurring your musical comrades onto greater musical heights.

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JULY 22                                              Jamey Bellizzi          7:30          Jamey Bellizzi

Classical Guitar by Jamey Bellizzi with special guest violinist, wife Brenda

Join us for a night of Latin beauty and elegance. Master classical guitarist, and Lute player, Jamey Bellizzi has composed over 40 pieces for classical guitar. He is a published author by Mel Bay and continues to arrange for the guitar with a special interest in early music.

His latest edition, “Intablatura de Lauto” by J. Dalza, is a complete guitar transcription of the work first published by Petrucci in Venice in 1508 and was accepted by Oxford University Bodleian Library.

Jamey is offering a special 2 hour Workshop Saturday afternoon.

Please stay tuned for course description and seat price.

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