Soulful Vocalist Catherine Russell Performs at Harlow's
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The last date listed for Catherine Russell was Friday September 21, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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The wee and big fiddles make beautiful Scottish dance music together, as violinist Alasdair Fraser and cellist Natalie Haas combine their talents to revive this traditional sound. Originally from Clackmannan, Scotland, the award-winning Fraser is widely known as the king of the Scottish fiddle, who's been recording, performing and teaching for more than 30 years. He discovered Haas when she began attending his Valley of the Moon music school in California at age 11, and by age 15, they were performing together. Haas went on to graduate from Juilliard and is currently on the faculty of the Berklee School of Music. She and Fraser have released three Scottish/Celtic CDs as a duo, including their latest, Highlander's Farewell. Learn More
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Catherine Russell is a diminutive singer with a powerful voice and presence...one who draws from a deep knowledge of jazz, soul and "American songbook" material. She is enthralling and absolutely dedicated performer. Make a point of seeing her if she is ever in your vicinity.
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