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Fri, Feb 18


Country Lane Lodge

"Date Night" with the Dueling Fiddles | Country Lane Lodge

Join the Dueling Fiddles for a night of dancing, food and drinks! Ticket link is in the description below.

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"Date Night" with the Dueling Fiddles | Country Lane Lodge
"Date Night" with the Dueling Fiddles | Country Lane Lodge

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2022, 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM

Country Lane Lodge, 29300 Prospect Cir, Adel, IA 50003, USA

About the Event

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Grab your honey and enjoy a delicious meal, live music and dancing.

Doors open at 6:00pm with dinner from 6:30-7:30.  Meal is catered by Lidderdale Country Store. Cash bar available. Dueling fiddles to perform from 8:00pm to 10:00pm. Event ends at 10:30pm.

Dinner Menu

Roast Beef, Chicken, Potato, Vegetable, three salads, roll & butter and dessert.

Compromised of violinists Hanna Wolle and Geneviève Salamone, the Dueling Fiddles are a sought-after entertainment duo based in Des Moines, IA. This energetic and entertaining duo mix the rich sounds of the violin with self-produced accompaniment for unforgettable performances.

Hanna and Geneviève first met as stand partners in the Des Moines Symphony. Their love of music, performing, and exploring the boundaries of classical music led them to form their duo. As both classically trained musicians, they are able to span a wide variety of genres with a high level of technical expertise.

Geneviève Umęndaterih Salamone is a professional violinist, producer and composer from the Huron-Wendat Nation. After overcoming 15 years of childhood sexual abuse, she uses her platform to raise awareness on issues surrounding mental health, sexual violence and Indigenous issues such as the Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and the Indian Residential Schools.

Hanna Wolle is a professional violinist and chamber musician. She started playing violin at the age of four and had plans her entire life to become a symphonic musician. After graduating from high school, she unexpectedly quit the violin and pursued her academic interests instead. She picked up the violin almost 10 years later and now has no greater joy than sharing and creating music.

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