Friday, April 6th, 7:30 pm
Looking for some upbeat music that will just get your feet a-tapping? Mari Black and her ensemble are just the thing for the winter blues. A world-class celtic fiddler that loves to incorporate klezmer, folk and other styles into her base of traditional celtic fiddle.
Mari has won numerous awards for her extraordinary playing and is a two-time U.S National Scottish champion. We really like her multi-style fiddling and her wonderful upbeat performances.
Spiral Sounds is a house-concert series within the New York City metro area. Located in Paulus Hook, a Victorian waterside neighborhood of Jersey City, our venue provides an intimate setting for acoustic music in an 1870 Victorian townhouse.
100% of the recommended $20 donation go to the musicians!
We provide an array of healthy munchies at our concerts, and feel free to BYOB to share with others.
Located literally 5,000 feet from Manhattan, one or two stops on the Path train, the Paulus Hook ferry, or the Jersey City-Warren Street ferry, you may also easily drive here as we are 1 mile from the NJ Turnpike (Columbus Avenue exit) or Holland Tunnel.
DIRECTIONS: Will be emailed to you when you reserve your seats
We want to enable fine musicians to earn a living from their art. We want to help discerning people hear high quality music. Our vision is to pull these two groups together for the sustenance and enjoyment of both.
Our current focus is upon acoustic based musicians that are professionals but without that big music label contract yet, or those musicians that still have their day jobs and are on the cusp of earning a living full time from their craft. Our audience is generally made up of musically informed people, other musicians, and those that just love live music.
As most musicians now hit the road in order to earn their living, House Concerts have become a wonderful alternative to the bar scene. Live-music loving people open their homes for a more intimate experience to hear music and musicians obtain donations at the house concerts, more often with better income than from the bars and nightclubs. Musicians and audience often chat over snacks and drink in the kitchen, a bond and a community are often found in these venues that can not be found elsewhere in the musical world.
House concerts are the platform we have chosen to bring our two groups together, musicians and a music loving audience, so that we can enable the ongoing support of our musical culture