Down in Norfolk, her next venue after Carnegie Hall, in case any NY'ers may be interested in seeing one of the most talented fiddlers that has ever graced this planet .
By the way, did you know Thomas J played the fiddle? He paid the expense of having an Italian virtuoso, whose name I forget now, come to Monticello to teach Mr. J and his girls.
The concert sounds wonderful. (no pun intended) :)
That's what I love about TJ. He wasn't intimidated by any speciality. Cynics might dismiss it as dilettantism... or even arrogance, but I don't see it that way.