Virtual Experience: Live @ the 415 with Kerrytown Concert House

. April 16, 2020.

On Saturday, March 21, the Kerrytown Concert House began a new series of online events for music lovers stuck at home to enjoy over the next few weeks with Live @ the 415.

Held at “Ann Arbor’s Listening Room” at 415 N. Fourth Ave., the new live streaming concert series will feature acclaimed musical acts, all streamed free of charge to audiences on the Kerrytown Concert House Facebook page.

The first concert hard-rocking swing band Accidentally Hip, presenting a show named Quarantini Jams: A Bit Shaken, But Not Stirred!

Though the shows are presented for free, viewers are encouraged to donate to support the Concert House and for continuing to bring acts to the 415. The Saturday concert raised over $200 on the Facebook page.

This Sunday (April 19) at 4:15pm, violin/piano duo, Yang and Olivia, will perform a beautiful classical salon recital.

Located in a classic home first built in the mid-19th century, the Kerrytown Concert House has been bringing soul-stirring musical performances to Michigan audiences for over three decades, presenting musical talent both international and local.

To learn about more upcoming live streams, follow the Kerrytown Concert House on Facebook.

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