Edwin Huizinga, violin; Ashley Broder, mandolin; William Coulter, guitar
Step into the California Rancho period at this magnificently restored "Ranch of the Little Cottonwoods", including four acres of nationally significant historic gardens, a ranch house (1790-1948) and barnyard all of which served as home to three generations of the Bixby family. In this setting, a trio of virtuoso musicians will take you on a one of a kind musical adventure blending Bach, Bluegrass and Celtic guitar a musical journey featuring unique and compelling arrangements of Baroque music with detours along the path to gentle and foot-stomping American fiddle tunes.
Rancho Los Alamitos Festival: Arrive early and explore the rancho's extensive grounds, gardens and historic buildings (docents available throughout the afternoon). Then, enjoy a picnic lunch (separate purchase, details available in early-April) beneath a canopy of historic Morton Bay fig trees on the lawn of the ranch house. Details and festival packets mailed in April.
This afternoon's Rancho Los Alamitos Festival and concerts are made possible in part by a generous grant from The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.
Sally & Irwin Goldstein are cosponsors of the Premium Series.