Gerald Trimble and Jambaroque All


Performing exclusively on original 17th and 18th century violas da gamba, Trimble creates a new style which spans a musical continuum of centuries and melds contemporary techniques with arcane, alchemical traditions in sound – connecting cultures through the ages as he travels. In Trimble's hands, the gamba’s capabilities are explored as never before, revealing it as a complete instrument that can be bowed or strummed, and used for either melodic and chordal solo work or as accompaniment to his eastern flavored singing. No wonder then, that Gerald considers it “arguably the most versatile stringed instrument in the world.”

Saturday August 31

  • 1500 3:00pm-3:45pm Atrium Stage

Sunday September 1

  • 1400 2:00pm-2:45pm Atrium Stage