Sugar Hollow Trio

  Acoustic music for weddings, dances, and special events

Mike
Pete
Dan

Profile

Formed in 2009, the Sugar Hollow Trio plays acoustic music that draws from a variety of traditions, including classical, folk, and jazz. The Trio is available for special events in and around Central Virginia, including weddings, dances, and receptions.

Mike Dunn (violin, viola) started playing music at the age of 9. He has served as principle violist of the Duke University Symphony Orchestra, and the Durham (NC) Symphony Orchestra. He has studied classical viola with George Taylor, American traditional fiddling with Freyda Epstein, and Scottish fiddling with John Turner. He performs actively in Central Virginia, and in 2008, competed in the invitation-only US National Scottish Fiddling Championship.

Pete Vigour (violin, guitar) is lucky enough to play and teach music for a living, and likes to organize jam sessions with musicians of many styles and backgrounds. He and his wife Ellen have played in Uncle Henry's Favorites for 25 years and have three grown children who enjoy music and making movies. Pete's studios at Stacy's Music Shop and 1106 W. Main St. are typically humming with the sounds of fiddles, banjos, mandolins, ukuleles, what have you... Pete has toured England with the Albemarle Ramblers and will be back there in February. Pete loves chamber music, backpacking, old-time fiddling and singing old songs in harmony with Ellen.

Dan Sebring (cello, violin, guitar) has been playing cello since the mid-1960's. He has also taught guitar, violin, cello, and bass for the past 30 years. Along with teaching and performing classical and traditional acoustic music, Dan is also an accomplished rock and jazz performer. He is currently on music faculty at Tandem Friends School in Charlottesville.

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