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Join us for a special online Spring concert featuring award-winning musicians, violinist Luanne Homzy and guitarist Tommy Davy. Together, Luanne and Tommy will perform a program featuring a mix of folk and classical music.

Internationally acclaimed French-Canadian violinist Luanne Homzy is highly sought-after for her technical facility, sensitive musicality and expansive versatility. A brilliant improviser and equally at home in many genres, whether it be jazz, classical, gypsy or Eastern European folk music, Ms. Homzy performs worldwide with crossover group Trio Dinicu, hailed as “dazzling” by the San Francisco Chronicle. Luanne Homzy composes and arranges classical, jazz, popular and world music for diverse ensembles. To read more about Luanne, please visit her website: https://www.luannehomzy.com/

Whether it’s French waltzes, poignant interpretations of gypsy folk music or the swinging standards of the Hot Club of France, guitarist Tommy Davy demonstrates technical mastery, compositional creativity, and sensitivity beyond his years. Tommy has toured nationally with David Grisman, Stephane Wrembel, Angelo Debarre and Robin Nolan, and has performed internationally with the greatest masters of the Gypsy Jazz Genre, such as Opus 4, Florin Niculescu, Tcha Limberger, Lolo Meier and Andreas Oberg. His vast repertoire also includes Romanian, Hungarian Yugoslavian and Russian traditional folk music. He is one of the rare few who can deftly navigate this language uncommon to the guitar. To read more about Tommy, please visit his website: https://tommydavy.wordpress.com/

This program will be held on Zoom. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link to participate.

Special thank you to our partnership with Xenia Concerts and George C. Hunt Family Foundation for sponsoring this event.



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