Fayette, Ohio – The seventh program of the Fayette Art’s Council’s 2012-13 “Passport to Great Entertainment Series” will be presented on Saturday, April 13th at 7:30 p.m. in the Ginnivan Auditorium at the Fayette Opera House and features the exciting Fiddlers ReStrung of Saline, Michigan.
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A 21-piece string ensemble featured at over 80 performances annually, Fiddlers ReStrung proudly displays a diverse arrangement of styles. American Bluegrass, Celtic fiddle, popular folk, Appalachian Step-dancing, Progressive Acoustic, and more are all brought forward with a crisp, enterprising flair. They engage the audience with energy and witty charm, advocating a message of spontaneous enthusiasm born of a genuine live performance.
ReStrung consists of students at Saline High School, all of whom share in producing a unique ensemble truly their own.
The upcoming performance at the Opera House marks a return of this popular group. “Fiddlers ReStrung is dynamic performance ensemble that thrills audiences with their talent and enthusiasm” said Opera House Director, Tom Spiess. “Our mission at the Opera House is to both enrich and entertain and this group accomplishes both” Spiess continued.
The Fayette Artist Series is in its fourth decade of presenting quality live performances and providing a stage for both experienced and emerging talent.
Season Passes and General Admission Tickets will be available at the door or may be reserved by calling (419) 237-3111 and leaving a request for tickets.
As always, a reception will follow the concert.