On Sunday, October 9, at 4PM, the West Kortright Centre presents Kittel & Co., a cutting-edge American acoustic band led by Grammy-nominated composer and violinist Jeremy Kittel. Kittel & Co. inhabits the space between classical and acoustic roots, Celtic and bluegrass aesthetics, and folk and jazz sensibilities.
Previously a member of the Grammy-winning Turtle Island Quartet, Jeremy Kittel has also collaborated with a wide diversity of artists including My Morning Jacket, Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble, and Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn. Fluent in multiple musical genres, Kittel composes original music that draws from a wide variety of influences, earning himself a 2019 Grammy nomination for “Best Instrumental Composition.” As Kittel & Co., Jeremy Kittel (fiddle), Josh Pinkham (mandolin), Quinn Bachand (guitar), Jacob Warren (bass), and Simon Chrisman (hammer-dulcimer) coalesce into a singular sound that’s thrilled audiences from the Telluride Bluegrass Festival to A Prairie Home Companion.
Doors open at 3:30PM for the 4PM concert. This is an indoor performance with limited seating; advance tickets are recommended. Advance tickets are $30 for WKC members; $33 for non-members; $10 for ages 9-19; free for ages 8 & under. Visit westkc.org for tickets and more information. Advance ticketing closes at midnight on Saturday, October 8. Day-of walk-ups are welcome, space permitting. Ticket costs at the door are $40 ($35 for WKC members). Masks are encouraged. Please note, there will not be a food vendor before this show, but picnickers are welcome.
The West Kortright Centre is located at 49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith. For up-to-date information about The WKC’s 2022 concerts and other programs, visit westkc.org. Call (607) 278-5454 or contact email@example.com with any questions.
2022 West Kortright Centre arts and community programs are funded in part by the season sponsorship of Catskill Country Living, by WKC members and donors to the 2022 Program Fund Drive, by the support of the Bert Santora Trust, grants from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, the A. Lindsay & Olive B. O’Connor Foundation, and the Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation.