Kittel & Co
September 29, 2019
Kittel & Co
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCED Public Onsale: August 23, 2019 12:14 PM to September 29, 2019 8:00 PM
Jeremy Kittel Live at ODEON -
Doors at 8pm -
21 and over -
- Inhabiting the space between classical and acoustic roots, Celtic and bluegrass aesthetics, folk and jazz sensibilities.
Previously of the Grammy-winning Turtle Island Quartet, also nominated for a Grammy for, "Best Instrumental Composition" in 2018, Jeremy Kittel has been a composer-arranger-collaborator for such diverse artists as My Morning Jacket, Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble, and Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn. He blazes through a Bach violin partita as easily as a Scottish reel, bringing the same intense focus and precision to both. For the last few years the Michigan native, now based in Brooklyn, has been diligently building his own repertoire of music for a wholly original new group.
This Kittel and Co. show features mandolin phenom Josh Pinkham (named "the future of the mandolin" by Mandolin Magazine) and guitarist Quinn Bachand (who's toured with fiddling icons Ashley MacIsaac and Natalie MacMaster).
"Kittel's group, with the mandolinist Joshua Pinkham and guitarist Quinn Bachand, takes the string band tradition to marvellously rarefied levels of collective virtuosity. Playing a repertoire from bluegrass to Bach to a strathspey and reel set... [they] sounded thrillingly spontaneous. ...Taking traditional music forward."
"Jeremy Kittel's beautiful sound is perfectly supported by his tight and powerful band of cutting edge string players. It's a rare group that can go from zero to sixty in a split second while also weaving such subtle textures into his compositions. They draw you in and then blow you away." - Tim O'Brien
"A conspicuously original blend of genres... As fleet fingers fly, aromas of far-flung musical traditions appear and vanish like musical will-o'-the-wisps... virtuosic improvisation at its very highest level..." -Berkshire Edge
"The music Kittel is making now has all the precision and virtuosity of the best classical players, but the wonderfully devilish, explosive drive of the best string bands." - Devon Leger, HearthMusic