Guitar Marathon: Bell'Italia Salutes the Music of Italy
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Feuding tailors, a cocaine-addicted rabbi and a Jewish woman who joins a fundamentalist Christian sect are just a few of the sometimes poignant, often humorous stories told through music in singer-songwriter Daniel Cainer's Jewish Chronicles. Winner of an Edinburgh Fringe Award, Cainer's one-man musical journey has been a smashing success from London to New York to Sydney thanks to his deft storytelling ability and virtuoso piano chops. You'll laugh, cry and thrill to this one-man masterpiece, which the U.K.'s Daily Mirror called "a must see." Learn More
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Eliot Fisk, co-curator & guitar
David Spelman, co-curator
John Schaefer, host
Pino Forastiere, guitar**
- Harlem Quartet, string quartet
Bill Kanengiser, guitar
Dale Kavanagh, guitar
Lionheart, vocal ensemble
Zaira Meneses, guitar
Nigel North, lute / theorbo
Emanuele Segre, guitar
Connie Sheu, guitar
Hopkinson Smith, lute
Jason Vieaux, guitar with Gary Schocker, flute
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