Jayme Stone's Room of Wonders
Jayme Stone's Room of Wonders at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue
Canadian banjo player and composer Jayme Stone brings his Room of Wonders band to Sixth & I Historic Synagogue. The two-time Juno Award-winning banjoist is a former member of the jazz and roots band Tricycle. He has gone on to an acclaimed solo career, including the albums The Utmost
and Africa to Appalachia
. His current repertoire pulls from folk, jazz and chamber music, and includes a Bach fugue, a Moorish sword-fighting dance, Malian melodies, an Appalachia barnburner and Stone's own "tiny" symphonies.
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