The Smith Mountain Lake Arts Council is presenting “Baroque, Bluegrass, Bluejeans” with David Wiley, Adelaide Muir Trombetta and Jeff Midkiff on Sep 9, 2012, 3pm at Trinity Ecumenical Parish in Moneta. Tickets are $20 at outlets (Visitors Center, General Store, Radio Shack) or by mail $5 for children 6 and under and 17 for SMAC members by mail (SMAC, PO Box 70, Moneta, VA 24121 ; enclose self-addressed stamped envelope.

This special (afternoon) concert presented by SMAC will explore the deep and exciting connection between Baroque, Classical and Bluegrass styles. From the classic mandolin concerto by Antonio Vivaldi to modern Bluegrass masterpieces, the music will bridge the gap between traditional and original compositions with innovative and fun musical combos.

Selections include: Ms. Trombetta singing Samuel Barber’s beloved “Knoxville, Summer of 1915” and Schubert’s lovely “The Shepherd on the Rock” accompanied by Maestro David Stewart Wiley at the piano and Jeff Midkiff on the mandolin and clarinet. The crossover musical event is the perfect combination for our lake region, as we celebrate the music of Virginia’s Blue Ridge.

Come dressed in your comfortable blue jeans for an afternoon of great music, and get your tickets early, this concert is likely to sell out! For more information, contact Marty Bowers at 540-297-0965 or email [email protected].