2019 Passport to the World of Music Concert Series Line Up
Saturday, January 4 at 7:30 pm Mark Meadows and Danielle Wertz
Following the success of their summer cabaret, jazz vocalist Danielle Wertz returns to her home town to perform again with vocalist, pianist, actor Mark G. Meadows. www.markgmeadows.com www.daniellewertz.com
Sunday, January 5 at 2:00 pm Greg Watkins
Last seen at the cauldron, razing the roof in Thunder Knocking on the Door, Actor, singer Gregg Watkins returns in his original cabaret.
Sunday, January 5 at 7:00 pm Shenandoah Run
Always a cauldron favorite, the nine member ensemble presents traditional and contemporary folk music in a manner that delights a diverse mix of music lovers of all ages.
Friday, January 10 at 7:30 pm Ken & Brad Kolodner Trio
Stars of last year’s Passport Festival. If you liked “Oh Brother were art thou” …you’ll love this. The mutli-instrumental, father and son team perform a show of world class old-time and bluegrass virtuosity. www.KenandBrad.com
Saturday, January 11 at 7:30 pm The Kennedys
DC’s legendary folk-pop duo, featuring Pete & Maura Kennedy, return to the area for one special show. After years of touring and stings with Nancy Griffith their music is as uplifting as ever. www.TheKennedysMusic.com
Sunday, January 12 at 7:00 pm Raymi
This D.C. based band led by Juan Cayrampoma brings the haunting sounds and mystic power of the Andes to the rest of the Americans and the world.
Friday, January 17 at 7:30 pm Hot Club of Baltimore With vocalist Alexis Tantau
It’s been a couple of years since their last sold-out Passport visit. The premier regions premier gypsy jazz quartet return to the Cauldron for a very extremely hot night of jazz and swing. www.hotclubofbaltimore
Saturday, January 18 at 7:30 pm Global Voices w.Cristian Perez/Project Locrea/ Emanuel Trifilio
Building on last year’s multi-cultural performance featuring musicians and vocalists from 10 countries. Some of the area’s most impressive musical talents
Sunday, January 19 at 7:00 pm DC’s Greats of Jazz Guitar!
Three of DC’s jazz guitar greats, Jan Knutson, Steve Abshire & Steve Herberman are a festival of jazz guitar! Don’t miss this repeat of last year’s sold-out show! www.steveherberman.com www.Steveabshire.com www.JanKnutson.com
Friday, January 24 at 7:30 pm Dave Kline Band – Tribute to Jimi Hendrix
They’re back! The global sound and the hard rocking fiddle of Dave Kline leads his band of international musicians through originals and interpretations of Hendrix www.DaveKlineBand.com
Saturday, January 25 at 7:30 pm Irene Jalenti – Latin Project
Last year, Italian jazz vocalist Irene Jalenti brought us her take on the Beatles. This year she has a new project exploring the music of Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and more. www.irenejalenti.com
Sunday, January 26 at 7:00 pm Burns Night with Sean Heely
Fiddle champion, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist Sean Heely with the finest Celtic musicians in the region, pipes in the Haggis for a Burns night to remember www.seanheely.com
Friday, January 31 at 7:30 pm Griefcat - Louisa Hall & Nardo Lily
An all-woman show featuring 2 of the brightest song-writing voices of DC, performing their whimsical, joyous, and touching songs in perfect harmony. www.louisahall.com
Saturday, February 1 at 7:30 pm Veronneau – French Soiree
Passport favorites, Lynn Veronneau & Ken Avis of award-winning, world-jazz group, Veronneau. Performing iconic songs of Piaf, Aznavour, Trenet and Django, and many more with special guests. www.VeronneauMusic.com