David Rimelis to Perform at the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts

David Rimelis

On Friday, September 18th from 6-8 p.m., the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts invites guests to the Downtown Concert Series presented by Blue Ridge Mountain Sports and The Provident Bank featuring the talented musician David Rimelis.

Dave Rimelis performs Jazz, blues, and rock on electric violin as well as traditional acoustic styles such as Celtic, Cajun, Bluegrass, Old Time and Western Swing. He has had a wide variety of musical experience, from shows with Fiddlers like Mark O'connor or Fiddlin' Claude Williams to backing up salsa legends like Johnny Pachecho, Jose Fajardo and Larry Harlow. His original music has been preformed by numerous Symphonies around the world and has also been featured in a wide variety of films such as Speaking in Strings and She Devil and television including The Guiding Light and Emeril Live.

As a guitarist and violinist, Rimelis has toured the United States, South America, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Middle East. His unique charanga violin style has been featured with many prominent Latin ensembles. Rimelis is also the founder and leader of the band "Life," which performs original world jazz.

The son of country western singer "Idaho Ed," Rimelis was raised on American folk and popular music and has won prizes in a number of regional fiddle contests.

Don't miss your chance to enjoy this talented artist at work! Bring a blanket and the family for a fun night out. While in downtown Madison, hang around afterwards and take advantage of what the town has to offer by exploring its many unique shops and restaurants.

The Downtown Concert Series is a series of six FREE Friday evening, family-friendly concerts held outside on the lawn of the Museum. The Museum would like to especially acknowledge Blue Ridge Mountain Sports (23 Main Street, Madison) and The Provident Bank (98 Main Street, Madison) for their generous support. For more information please call 973-377-2982 x14 or visit our website at www.metc.org.

Rain or Shine! In case of inclement weather concert will be held inside the Museum. FREE!

The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts is located at 9 Main Street in the heart of downtown Madison, just two blocks from the Madison train station. For information, please call 973-377-2982 x10 or visit our website at www.metc.org.

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