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A Barn Aisle Series Dinner in the Main Hall ...
Saturday, April 30th

A Five Course Musical Dinner
with Wilson / Kobrenski / Hughes
African inspired music featuring pianist Jed Wilson, renowned kora player John Hughes and multi-instrumentalist Dave Kobrenski (Fula flute, ngoni, percussion)
Join us for a joyful evening of boundary-crossing music
that will both enchant and delight.

Dave will aslo be celebrating the launch of his new book  "Finding the Source"
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About our Performers:
Traditional West African music meets contemporary jazz in a captivating display of beauty and virtuosity. Jed, John Hughes and  Dave:

Dave Kobrenski ...
Dave is a multi-instrumentalist who has been leaving audiences speechless for two decades with his expressive and emotional playing of the Fula flute, a unique three-holed woodwind that he describes as "the voice of Africa itself taking flight on the wind." He also plays the kamale ngoni (a 12-string, bluesy harp/lute from Mali), the calabash, and the djembé.

He is also the author of several books,
and will be unveiling his latest book on this special night.

Jed Wilson ...
Jed has been here many times with Heather Masse. Subtle, inventive, and full of joy – those are some of the ways listeners have described the piano music of Jed Wilson. A crowd-favorite, Jed is equally at home in the disparate worlds of jazz, free improvisation, and folk music. His virtuoso playing is matched only by his sharp wit and sense of humor on-stage.

John Hughes ...
John is an internationally renowned composer and player of the kora, an ancient 21-stringed West African harp. John's playing crosses myriad cultural boundaries and fuses disparate influences, and has an uncommon beauty that is exquisitely detailed and bold.

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What is a Barn Aisle Dinner?
During the dreaded pandemic, we did five course dinners in our smaller barn with performances in between courses. It was silver lining and became a cool interactive dinner event that we all really love. So we decided to carry that spirit into the main stage to present unique perforomances and gather for a meal

How does it work?

Enjoy a five course meal in the main hall. After each course these talented artists will perform and enlighten you until the next course is served. 
How this works ... You will be served 5 courses tonight and after each course you will hear sleigh bells!!! That is your cue to put your forks down and quiet the room to be treated to performance. Something for everyone, and it is a unique way to experience all the SMAC has to offer. 

Dinner is 65. 00 and includes

a five course dinner and performace segments
(does not include tax, tip or additonal beverage)

Start Time: 6:00 on the dot! (doors open 5:30)
You don't want to miss a course or a performance!!!
(See Below for menu and to make a reservation)

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Dinner includes apps, a welcome drink, salad, main course, dessert and coffee.
Beverages, and tax  are not included except for your arrival welcome drink and coffee.
Gratuity not included.  

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A little Toasting bubbly upon arrival! (non alcoholic available)
Brie cheese dip with fig chutney and crackers..
AND of course signature bread and  honey butter

Hearty Minnestrone 

A garden salad with glazed pecans and our house vinaigrette

        MAINE COURSES..choose one entree

* Steak Sirloin with Maple Onion Sauce
Served with snap peas and a Baked Potatoe with bacon butter and a side of sour cream 

* East Meets Dugway Shrimp 
 Gulf shrimp braised in Thai chili sauce and colorful
veggies served over brown rice

* Veggie Burrito Dinner
This dish is more New England than New Mexico...not too spicy.
Two mini flour tortilla burritos stuffed with beans, rice, veggies, and cheese, and finished with a light fiesta white sauce. Side of salsa and sour cream too.
Comes with a tortilla chips


(Need some menu substituitions? ... ...never hurts to ask ahead of time!!}

Tonights Supper Does not include tip, tax or additonal beverage.
Does include a lotta fun and a great way to support us !
And we Thank you for keeping SMAC and our staff working!!! 

Memberships not applicable for this special event dinner

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