The slide, lap steel, and dobro wizard Natalia Zukerman shapes folk, jazz, and blues sounds into songs of intense beauty — her “voice could send an orchid into bloom while her guitar playing can open a beer bottle with its teeth.” (The New Yorker)
Natalia grew up in New York City, studied art at Oberlin, worked in mural arts in San Francisco, began her songwriting career in Boston, and now resides, writes, plays and paints in Brooklyn, NY. The daughter of classical musicians Eugenia and Pinchas Zukerman, Natalia found her sound in other strings and kinship in the earthiness and honesty of folk, bluegrass, jazz, and blues music.
What to Expect:
This event will be “up in the club” with cabaret-style seating. When the weather holds, we’re outside under Pavilion, a work of art created by Dré Wapenaar, located directly outside our museum lobby. Inside or out, our cafe will deliver your dinner, and the bar is always well-stocked. Be ready to make new friends – our tables seat five and if your party is smaller, you might find others at your table. Cheers to live music and warm summer nights!
Planning on dinner before the show? Look no further than our museum café, serving dinner and snacks from 6:30-8:30pm. Lickety Split rolls out a summer menu of seasonal favorites including Vermont Black Bean Burgers, Angus Burgers, Tomato-Basil Paninis, Quiche, and a Summer Salad featuring field greens, goat cheese, and grilled pineapple, all priced at $10 or less.
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Photo by Shervin Lainez