New World String Project in 2020


2020 is shaping up to be a busy year for one of my three bands: The New World String Project. January found us in the studio on a farm near Corvallis to record our first album of Nordic, Celtic, and American folk tunes. We spent a creative week of 12-hour days cozied up to the wood stove as cold rain washed away the remnants of 2019. Right now, Aryeh is cleaning up our first round of rough mixes and we’re all enjoying our first listen to the tracks we recorded. Here’s a first look at our tour dates for the upcoming year. Details:

Friday February 7
Fort Bragg, CA
Oak & Thorn Presents
Gloriana Musical Theater at Eagles Hall
Fort Bragg, CA

Saturday February 8
Gilroy, CA
Barn Concert

Sunday February 9 (2 shows)
1. Woodside – Filoli Gardens Ballroom Cultural Series
2. Menlo Park, CA – House Concert


April 16: OR – Bend – House Concert
April 17: ID – Boise – Barn Concert
April 18: ID – Twin Falls – First Presbyterian Church
April 20: MT – Bozeman Folklore Society
April 21: MT – Helena – St. Pauls United Methodist Church
April 22: MT – Missoula Folklore Society
April 23: WA – Spokane – Artists in the Dahmen
April 24: WA – Pendleton Art Center
April 25: WA – Ridgefield – Liberty Theater
April 26: WA – Olympia – Traditions Cafe

Saturday August 15: Dusty Strings – Seattle
Sunday August 16: Quimper Grange in Port Townsend WA
Monday August 17: Unity Church in Port Angeles WA
Tuesday August 18: House Concert in Bellingham WA
Wednesday August 19: House Concert in Anacortes WA
Thursday August 20: Whidbey Island Center for the Arts WA
Friday August 21: Artichoke Music – Portland OR
Saturday: August 22: Hayloft Barn – Salem OR
Sunday: August 23: House Concert – Springfield OR

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Uncle Stu

Watercolor artist. Folk musician. Lucky husband. Incomplete angler. Student of the art of living.