- 110 mins
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Considered the bluegrass fiddler of his generation, Michael Cleveland's phenomenal skill and blazing speed have made him a star of the scene.
Born blind, Cleveland never let his visual impairment slow him down. After his grandparents took him to a bluegrass festival at age 4, he immediately picked up the violin and learned to play by ear. “It’s wicked to see how much music he pulls out of a bow,” declares country legend Vince Gill.
Fearless and untouchable, this GRAMMY-winner has been awarded Fiddle Player of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association a record 12 times, and together with his band, Instrumental Group of the Year 7 times.
If you’re into lightning-fast fiddles and breakneck banjo, spark up your night with Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper.
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Seating for unaccompanied minors under age 21 is limited to the orchestra level (first floor) only. Minors attending with their own parent or legal guardian may sit in any seat.
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