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Scott B Adams Acoustic Ensemble
Annual Solstice Concert
Sunday, December 11, 2022 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
A Holiday Tradition for well over 20 years. An evening of original, acoustic, and holiday music performed by Scott B Adams, Eric Aceto, and Doug Robinson. Back after a pandemic break, this one will be very special. We will offer fine wine and light fare will be available. Enjoy a relaxing evening of unwinding in the spectacular acoustic space of the main room. Advanced ticket purchase highly recommend. Limited seating.
Scott B. Adams has forged a career out of capturing landscapes and snippets of history from the Adirondacks, The Finger Lakes & New York state, and turning them into lush, acoustic instrumental music compositions. Music from his most recent CDs is featured on the PBS Special, “Adirondack Wild” as well as on various syndicated radio shows such as NPR’s “’Echoes” and “The Folk Sampler”. His resume includes guest appearances at The White House and with various Orchestras such as the Syracuse Symphony, The Binghamton Philharmonic and the Buffalo Festival Orchestra. Scott has performed before New York Governor George Pataki and his recent career “highlights” include a performance at the dedication of “Pine Knot”* as a National Historic Landmark and at the Olympic Speed Skating Oval in Lake Placid, NY. Scott also does frequent Adirondack area concert appearances which have included The Old Forge Arts Center, The Wild Center, and The Sagamore Great Camp. He has been creating music professionally for over 20 years and has released over two dozen CDs to date.
Doug Robinson and violinist Eric Aceto have played music together since the early 1980’s. They perform country, swing, latin, roots, world music and jazz with many different bands.
As a duo they combine their greatest strengths: Doug plays guitar and sings in English, French and Portuguese while Eric, an internationally famous violin builder, plays beautifully on the unique violins that he creates at his shop, Ithaca Stringed Instruments.