Ari & Mia

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  • Home for The Holidays- Ari & Mia

    This show was on Dec 9th, 2017 | 30 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Dec 9
      thank you, gals! maybe next time, have two mics and point them towards your voices? xoxox
    • Dec 9
      Well, the homemade slippers were amazing. But, your music was much much more amazing. Thanks and more living room concerts I say!
    • Dec 9
      It was fun to be able to virtually attend a live concert. I so enjoyed your music both times you visited the library in Lebanon, Oregon. I play your cds often, but hearing you share the stories of how/why you wrote the songs is fun, and seeing you play is enjoyable too. Nothing like live music... even when many miles separate us. Thanks for sharing today!
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“Strikingly beautiful, distinctive and exhilarating, with expressive vocals that will find a way into hearts and minds” (No Depression), Ari & Mia reference the styles of Southern and Northeastern fiddle music and the early American songbook to create a realm where their own compositions cross paths with older traditions. Their stylish and sophisticated music honors the sounds of Appalachian... more

“Strikingly beautiful, distinctive and exhilarating, with expressive vocals that will find a way into hearts and minds” (No Depression), Ari & Mia reference the styles of Southern and Northeastern fiddle music and the early American songbook to create a realm where their own compositions cross paths with older traditions. Their stylish and sophisticated music honors the sounds of Appalachian cottages, rural dance floors, and urban concert halls. Combine this with their innovative approach to songwriting and the result is a captivating sound.

“Ari & Mia are not creating a new music; they are taking it to another level and exploring areas that have not been attempted in decades. Their all-acoustic, pure and honest approach has significance. Treading the edges of traditional folk in a more faithful manner, they share the lyrical wizardry of 70’s bands Steeleye Span, Tir-na-Nog, and the Incredible String Band, with searing harmony as good as The Beach Boys. The sisters sing in unison like two violins,” continues No Depression on the review of their most recent release, Out of Stone.

Together, the sisters have toured all across the U.S and Australia and are both graduates of New England Conservatory's cutting edge Contemporary Improvisation department. Both award winning songwriters, their two previous albums, Land on Shore and Unruly Heart, ranked high on the national folk radio charts.

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