Trillium Performing Arts Collective announces a recent addition to “With Open Arms.” Adam DeGraff, a local musician who has toured the world, joined the show to replace injured Virginia choreographer Bess Parker. Concert dates are May 8-10, with performances at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and at 3 p.m. on Sunday, all at The Historic Lewis Theatre on North Court Street, in Lewisburg.
Adam DeGraff is an American violinist, composer, teacher, and farmer that spent the first part of his career as a professional orchestral musician. Since then, Adam has been experimenting with rock violin, song writing, alternative music education, and traditional organic farming practices. He performs solo and with The Weight, Pianafiddle and The Dueling Fiddlers. (adamviolin.com)
Adam joins Trillium choreographers Chally Erb, Carli Mareneck, Samara Michaelson, and Devin Preston, as well as Charlottesville artist Faith Levine, Greensboro dance company Joyemovement, and New York City’s Cora Dance.
“With Open Arms” presents original, creative performances for the greater Greenbrier Valley this Mother’s Day Weekend. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $10 for students, and can be purchased in the office, by phone (304-645-3003), at the door, or online at trilliumperformingarts.org.