"Our Folk Roots"
with opening by Dave Asti
Part of the Music in the Gap series at Old Stone School
Friday, 8/19 | 7:00 PM
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Old Stone School, Hillsboro
37098 Charles Town Pike
Hillsboro, VA 20132
Free outdoor event with rain venue
Free lawn seating - bring a chair or blanket!
Beer, wine, and food are available for purchase on site starting at 6pm.
Tickets are available for purchase to reserve a table at this event.
(★ Reserved seating not eligible for Festival Pass)
Visit the Old Stone School's website for more information about their Music in the Gap Friday night concert series!
Appalachian Chamber Music Festival welcomes donations to support free and affordable programming throughout the festival!
Join us for a celebration of the roots of folk and traditional music from both near and far. Opening our program is local legend, Dave Asti, who will be followed by performances of ACMF artists. This concert features original Punch Brothers arrangements by Simmy Singh, compositions by Mark O’Connor, Joan Baez, Ukrainian composer Valentyn Silvestrov. This concert is an evening of fun for the whole family!
Please note: This concert is outdoors with a rain venue. Beer, wine and food are available starting at 6 PM. Lawn seating is FREE bring a chair or blanket! Seating is available for purchase by the table, sold by Old Stone School.
Opening set with bluegrass artist Dave Asti
Punch Brothers, arr. Simmy Singh: Flippen (the flip)
Jörg Widmann: 180 beats per minute
Mark O’Connor: Appalachian Waltz
Chief Sitting in the Rain
Old Country Fairytale
Rebecca Gikyson, arr. Alice Jones: “Requiem”
Domenic Salerni: Trilobites
Danielle Wiebe Burke
COVID-19 Statement: ACMF believes we need music and cultural experiences now more than ever, which is why it is so important to us to bring live in-person performances to our audience this Summer 2022.
We are closely monitoring COVID-19 safety protocols and guidelines provided by the CDC, the local area, and venues where we will be performing. Due to the ongoing and evolving nature of this situation, we will provide updates to our patrons closer to the festival to clarify what measures will be in place for our events in August. Our artists, staff, volunteers, and patrons will abide by any and all safety measures put in place by ACMF or our partner venues.