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Floyds Row - Cambridge MA

The LilyPad, 1353 Cambridge Street, Cambridge MA

FLOYDS ROW

for “sophisticated folkies” - Cambridge Day

Emily Noël - soprano & autoharp Asako Takeuchi - fiddle Andrew Arceci - viola da gamba, double bass & cittern Chris Ferebee - mandolin, guitar & cittern George Lykogiannis - accordion George Lernis - percussion

"In addition to the superb instrumentalists (a couple of bagpipes made a delicious appearance along the way), Peabody-trained soprano Emily Noël offered deftly sculpted singing. A classy enterprise all the way." Baltimore Sun

"Andrew Arceci brought a lovely tone to the line and matched the dramatic impulses that propelled the superb ensemble playing." New York Times

“...his modernistic approach to drumming, Lernis expands upon the restrictive role of timekeeper, playing a naturally flowing amalgamation of shifting rhythms that distinguishes his work from more typical mainstream jazz while maintaining an appealing sound.” Drumhead Magazine

Floyds Row - Boston MA

Loring-Greenough House, 12 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

FLOYDS ROW

for “sophisticated folkies” - Cambridge Day

Emily Noël - soprano & autoharp Asako Takeuchi - fiddle Andrew Arceci - viola da gamba, double bass & cittern Chris Ferebee - mandolin, guitar & cittern George Lykogiannis - accordion George Lernis - percussion

"In addition to the superb instrumentalists (a couple of bagpipes made a delicious appearance along the way), Peabody-trained soprano Emily Noël offered deftly sculpted singing. A classy enterprise all the way." Baltimore Sun

"Andrew Arceci brought a lovely tone to the line and matched the dramatic impulses that propelled the superb ensemble playing." New York Times

“...his modernistic approach to drumming, Lernis expands upon the restrictive role of timekeeper, playing a naturally flowing amalgamation of shifting rhythms that distinguishes his work from more typical mainstream jazz while maintaining an appealing sound.” Drumhead Magazine