Unfortunately, this event has been canceled due to COVID-19.
Enjoy a festive St. Patrick's Day dinner at 5:30 p.m. with the program to follow at 6:30 p.m. Dinner reservations must be made by Friday, March 13th. Tickets for the program will be sold at the door. Click here for dinner reservations.
Fiddler and step dancer Carrie Dlutkowski enjoys sharing her music, which draws on a wide range of styles and influences, from Canadian and American, to Scottish and swing. She explores the roots of traditional music, while also using it as a foundation for branching out into new creative territory. Born and raised in Upper Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula, Carrie grew up playing the violin. With almost two decades of experience, Carrie brings a strong, versatile musical foundation to the stage. She is fluent in diverse genres: accomplished as a classical musician, she has performed in various solo, symphony orchestra and opera orchestra, music theater, and chamber ensemble settings. As a folk musician, Carrie has played in concerts, festivals, interpretive programs, for dances, and on the air. She is also an experienced fiddle/violin teacher of students of all ages. In addition to fiddle, Carrie plays mandolin, hammer dulcimer, and viola, and she enjoys composing and arranging music. www.carriedlutkowski.com.
Photo contributed by Carrie Dlutkowski