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The Arts

Stone Church Arts presents ‘They,’ with Oliver Esposito and AC Muench

Advance tickets — $20 general admission, $15 for seniors — are available at Village Square Booksellers on the Square in Bellows Falls or Misty Valley Books in Chester. For more information, visit www.stonechurcharts.org or call 802-460-0110.

BELLOWS FALLS—On Saturday, June 22, Stone Church Arts presents “They,” a duo consisting of Berklee College of Music students AC Muench and Oliver Esposito.

The live concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel at Immanuel Episcopal Church, 20 Church St.

On mandolin, guitar, piano, and vocals, Esposito, formerly known as “B,” has played with Amos Lee, Langhorne Slim, Chris Thile, Mary Gauthier, and as a solo artist, and has released a CD of original music produced by Neilson Hubbard.

Says Langhorne Slim, “Rarely have I come across one who is both virtuosic and profoundly raw and soulful at the same time. Oliver’s got it. It’s mind blowing to watch, spiritually elevating to play along with, and damn exciting to see what this incredible human has in store for us all.”

Muench, on bass and vocals, has played in many styles, working at Berklee as a session musician for the Berklee Film Scoring Orchestra, as a member of the house band for the Perfect Pitch Competition, and as the principal bassist of the Berklee Motion Picture Orchestra.

“They” has played at many Boston area venues, including Club Passim.

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Originally published in The Commons issue #515 (Wednesday, June 19, 2019). This story appeared on page B2.

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