Don Rogers with Fernando Moya - Saturday, April 9, 7:30PM
Don Rogers with Fernando Moya - Saturday, April 9, 7:30PM
Don Rogers with Fernando Moya - Saturday, April 9, 7:30PM

Event

Don Rogers with Fernando Moya - Saturday, April 9, 7:30PM

Regular price $ 26.00
Unit price  per 

General Admission
$ 15.00 + $ 1.00 ticket fee
Reserved Seating
$ 25.00 + $ 1.00 ticket fee

Louisville Folk School presents:

the Cupola Concerts

Join us for a listening room experience at Peterson Dumesnil House, an Italian Ornate Style historical home in the Crescent Hill neighborhood of Louisville.
301 S Peterson Ave
Louisville KY 40206
We are offering approximately 50 advance tickets to each house concert, including 20 reserved seats in the front rows. Each seated event will take place in the living room of PD House, or on the covered front porch if the weather is warm enough (indoor or outdoor will be announced morning of show or sooner). 
Reserved Seating: $25 in advance (plus $1 ticket fee)
General Admission: $15 in advance (plus $1 ticket fee)
Day of Show: if there are seats available day of show, those will be sold first-come, first-served $20 each. 

Saturday, April 9, 2022

MUSIC BEGINS at 7:30 pm


Don Rogers Band: Don Rogers has deep roots in Kentucky music. His grandfather and great uncles recorded on the Gennet label in the 1930s as the Kentucky String Ticklers. Don is a songwriter and multi- instrumentalist whose work can be heard on several projects including his latest June Appal record, The Tiny Thread. His songs have also been recorded by others including The Local Honeys. In addition to playing with several bands including The Local Honeys, Marble Creek Rangers, Allman Butter Band and his country-rock band The Apostlebillies, Don has an acoustic band that includes Roddy Puckett (bass), Blakeley Burger (fiddle), John Looney (mandolin), and Anna Kline (vocals and guitar).


Fernando Moya is a tradition-bearer, musician and instrument maker from Quito, Ecuador. He makes and plays traditional Andean flutes (zampoñas) as well as the charango, an Andean stringed instrument. Through his musical virtuosity and vast knowledge of the traditional music of the Andes, he shares the joy and beauty of his homeland with thousands of listeners throughout the U.S.