Fringe at the EdgeAt Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea
This is a free event.
- Bethanni Grecynski, trombone/voice/flute
- Drew Schmeiding, drums
- Eric Schweizer, reeds
- Joe Fee, bass
- Derek Worthington, trumpet
Ornâmatik captivates audiences through original compositions, infectious grooves, and unique interpretations of traditional Eastern European folk songs. The band's tight rhythm section and funky horns blend together to bring a fresh sound to the music scene.
Ornâmatik will perform two sets, one at 9:00 PM and one after 10 PM (time for second set TBA).
As part of the 10th anniversary of Edgefest in 2006, KCH created a series of free public performance events which took place during the days and early evenings in restaurants, cafés and galleries in downtown Ann Arbor, featuring some of the areas most accomplished creative musicians. The Fringe project, now a festival staple, has been very successful in moving creative and imaginative music making out of the conventional concert hall venue and into public spaces such as bars, restaurants and markets.
The Edgefest schedule and line-up are subject to change. Please check back for continued updates.
Tickets to Edgefest are $10-$15 for individual ticketed events, with a limited number of student tickets ($5) available for most performances. An Edgepass ($160) is available, which allows for admission to all events, as well as a special dinner with our Edgefest artists.
See our Edgefest page for more information about the festival.
|Edgefest 20 is made possible through the generous sponsorship of The Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation, in honor of Maurice and Linda Binkow on the occasion of her 80th birthday and their 60th wedding anniversary.|
|Edgefest 20 is honored to receive a matching grant on ticket sales from the Robert D. Bielecki Foundation, including double for every new attendee.|
|Additional support for Edgefest is made possible in part by an awards from New Music USA, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.|
|Additional support for the festival is also provided by The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, & Dance.|