fiddle-graphicThursday, March 9, 7 – 9 pm

Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day at the Loveland Museum with a swanky cocktail party that will have you seeing green. Enjoy live music, delicious libations, fun St. Paddy’s Day-inspired activities, and more. 

Your ticket includes:

  • 2 hour musical performance from Adam Agee and David David Rynhart
  • Admission and self-guided tour of the Main Gallery exhibition
  • A variety of hors d’oeuvres and unlimited host beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic options)
  • Photobooth with FREE souvenir prints from the event
  • Adult-friendly activities inspired by Irish traditions

Fiddle in the Gallery will be Adam Agee’s third appearance at the Loveland Museum, having brought audiences to their feet in both 2014 and 2015. Adam Agee’s fiddle music is alive, dynamically fluid, and colorful. Raised in the mountains of Santa Cruz, California and Boulder, Colorado, Adam came first to Ireland in 2004, basing himself in Ennis, County Clare, where he discovered a new home. Through opportunities in America and Ireland, he has had the chance to study with many of today’s living tradition-bearers. His exposure to diverse influences makes Adam’s music deeply American, while his pursuit of sound has led him to focused expression through the Irish tradition. Within the rapidly developing culture of traditional music, suffused and enriched by a global exchange of ideas, Adam’s fiddle playing is grounded in a personal, aesthetic quest. He has been teaching and performing for 15 years.

David Rynhart is an independent/folk songwriter and musician who lives in Denver, CO. He plays the guitar, piano and Irish flute. He has toured the U.S. and Europe with songwriters Niall Connolly and Gabrielle Louise, and has been featured in the Prague Fringe Festival with the poetry/music group ‘The Voice and The Verse.’ He is an award winning Irish Flute and guitar player (2003 all-Ireland competition), and an accomplished classical pianist.

All net proceeds from Fiddle in the Gallery benefit the Loveland Museum.

Tickets: $20 ($16 for Museum Members); $30 day of event

**We will cross-reference all member tickets with the Museum’s membership database.