Sarah Jarosz

with Trevor Davis

Singer/ Songwriter


SARAH JAROSZ emerged on the scene about seven years ago as someone to watch. Jamming onstage with bluegrass icons named Grisman or Skaggs, she played her mandolin with a sure touch and real joy. It looked and sounded comfortable in her twelve-year-old hands. It was not surprising then that the teen was nominated for a Grammy for her first release, Song Up in Her Head. This talented Texan picked up the mandolin at age 10 and also plays the banjo and guitar. She wrote all but two songs on her thirteen track album and currently attends the New England Conservatory of Music.

Her bluegrass tunes have earned her press on NPR and Rolling Stone Magazine. She has been compared to Gillian Welch, been called a bluegrass prodigy and won over critics with her covers of Tom Waits’s “Come On Up to the House.”

WED 6/29, 7:00pm click to purchase tickets

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“I could tell you what a tremendous musician, natural singer, and precocious writer she is, or I could simply tell you that I and everyone I know in this tight-knit community can’t wait to play some more music with Sarah Jarosz.”” – Chris Thile (Nickel Creek, Punch Brothers)

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