Great Music in Asheville January 2017

There is a science of music but it is the soul of music that seeks the heart with both hands and won’t let it go.  “Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul.” PlatoTwo bronze fiddler sculptures.

Those of us for whom music provides a soul experience are sure to find some really great music opportunities available in Asheville during January 2017.

On January 14, 2017 lovers of the “big band” era can take a trip down memory lane creating a  return to their heyday as the 2017 Big Band Weekend kicks off in Asheville showcasing  AndrewThielen’s” Big Band sound.  With your favorite dance partner in tow, your dancing shoes at the ready this venue will have you sashaying about the dance floor.  We are happy to help you enjoy this very special event located only 10 minutes from our inn.  Events available Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

If you are more a little bit more Paul McCartney than Bennie Goodman in style~ no worries. The theme song of the very special city of Asheville is “any way you like it.”  We have something for everyone. Enter the Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club as they present:  Abbey Road Live at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday January 14, 2017. Within walking distance of At Cumberland Falls Bed and Breakfast Inn. Tickets available online starting at $12.   Doors open at 3:30 p.m.

For those of us needing a bit of soul soothing as we enter 2017, Asheville again delivers. How about a peaceful musical float down the Rhine as Asheville Symphony’s director, Daniel Meyer, delivers an emotional musical journey marked by selections of Brahm, Haydn and Schumann. Within easy walking distance of our inn and guaranteed to be a magical evening.  Tickets:  Purchased online per Ticketmaster for Asheville’ U.S. Cellular Center $22-$62.

On this same day, Salvage Station on Riverside Drive presents: The Chuck Lictenberger Collection from 8-11:00 p.m. Whether you are in the grooz with jazz, instrumental or vocal….you’ll find it here for FREE. Cost containment can be a good thing when the Merry Christmas credit card bills start fa-la-la-ing to your mailbox.

Music brings inspiration, hope, joy and a balm to all that might be bugging you.  We’d love to host your Asheville visit as you recuperate from the holiday chaos and move into the business of living in 2017.

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