Chandler Center for the Arts was LIVE
with KATIE TRAUTZ
Concert starts at 7:00pm
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Katie Trautz is a Vermont fiddler who has toured nationally and internationally sharing traditional music and original folk songs. Katie plays fiddle, guitar and banjo crossing genres with her numerous ensembles.Katie has released a number of albums in the past seven years with various bands, including Mayfly and Wooden Dinosaur.
In 2019, Katie Trautz released her new record, ‘Passage’, produced by Tony winner and Hadestown collaborator, Michael Chorney. ‘Passage’ is a collection of original music written over the past decade, with echoes of Honky-tonk, Appalachian music, and modern Americana. It is her second solo album, but the focus on original music sets it apart from Katie’s previous records. Katie is the co-founder of the ‘Summit School of Traditional Music and Culture’, based in Montpelier, VT. Following her 8-year directorship at the Summit School, she became the Executive Director of Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph, VT. She now works for Montpelier Alive as the Events and Communications Coordinator, and teaches and performs on the side.