Eden MacAdam-Somer and Larry Unger

7:00 PM

The Burren Somerville, MA

This duo celebrates over ten years of playing together across the contiguous US, Alaska, Hawaii, the UK, Afghanistan, and India. It features original waltzes, songs from Appalachia to Afghanistan, and a little Beethoven to boot!

At home in the worlds of both classical and popular music,

Eden MacAdam-Somer is one of the most exciting and versatile young violinists and singers performing today.

She has been a featured soloist with symphony and chamber orchestras, jazz and swing bands, bluegrass, DAWG and American folk groups. As a solo artist and Co-Chair of the Department of Contemporary Improvisation at New England Conservatory, she is at the forefront of contemporary performance in the US today.

Larry Unger has been a full time musician since 1984, and has presented a diverse range of musical performances at contra dances, Scottish dances, waltzes, dance weekends, dance camps, festivals, and concerts all across the United States and in Canada, France, Scotland, Denmark, and Sweden. He's one of the busiest musicians around, playing for more than 150 dances every year. Unger has written nearly 3000 fiddle tunes, many which have found their way into the contemporary American folk scene. His music, performed with Eden MacAdam-Somer in their ensemble NotoriousFolk has been featured on numerous recordings and documentaries, including Our National Parks, Prohibition, and The Roosevelts.