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Farewell, for now, to Under the Pines

Photos and story by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

The farewell performance of the annual Under the Pines music festival took place on Saturday night at Starborn Farms, where three world-class musicians collaborated across many songs into the evening. Pictured, Louis Schryer performs a violin solo, much to the audience’s delight.
Erin Leahy provides the robust backbone to the evening’s performance, maintaining her position at the piano provided by Don Pinard Piano Moving Specialist.
Traditionally held in Bristol, this year’s concert was held at the Clarendon barn as a way to help expose the venue to a larger audience. Pictured, Timi Turmel plays the accordion during the concert after dinner.

The seventh – and what may well be the final – Under the Pines concert was a show so invigorating, there was barely a body able to contain their foot stomping in time with the music.
While more than a few scuff marks may have been necessary to scrape off the floor the next day, the entrancing trio of Erin Leahy, Louis Schryer, and Timi Turmel once again put on a world-class show, filling the room even as the concert moved into a venue with much taller ceilings.

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