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The Music@Mill Music Festival will offer the expressive, authentic energy of world-class live music, safely socially distanced in an old industrial space.

The festival begins on April 23 with the sensual sway of Piazzolla's Nuevo Tango music in this journey to Argentina by violinist Chee-Yun Kim, pianist Amy Yang and cellist Joseph Kuipers in the Grand Hallway of the Cotton Mill. The music moves outside to the Dye-room for singer/songwriter Ginny Mac's unique accordion Americana/Western Swing sound.

On April 24, the Texas Cellos will perform masterpieces from Faure's Pavane to swanky Beatles No. 1 tunes, Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," and Audrey Hepburn's "Moon River" in an open factory space. The world renowned Miro Quartet will play Schubert and Boccherini cello quintets with artistic director cellist Joseph Kuipers in the festival finale.

A mixology cocktail class with one of Dallas' best bartenders will be offered with very limited tickets, and cocktails, wine and food trucks will be available for purchase.

The Music@Mill Music Festival will offer the expressive, authentic energy of world-class live music, safely socially distanced in an old industrial space.

The festival begins on April 23 with the sensual sway of Piazzolla's Nuevo Tango music in this journey to Argentina by violinist Chee-Yun Kim, pianist Amy Yang and cellist Joseph Kuipers in the Grand Hallway of the Cotton Mill. The music moves outside to the Dye-room for singer/songwriter Ginny Mac's unique accordion Americana/Western Swing sound.

On April 24, the Texas Cellos will perform masterpieces from Faure's Pavane to swanky Beatles No. 1 tunes, Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," and Audrey Hepburn's "Moon River" in an open factory space. The world renowned Miro Quartet will play Schubert and Boccherini cello quintets with artistic director cellist Joseph Kuipers in the festival finale.

A mixology cocktail class with one of Dallas' best bartenders will be offered with very limited tickets, and cocktails, wine and food trucks will be available for purchase.

The Music@Mill Music Festival will offer the expressive, authentic energy of world-class live music, safely socially distanced in an old industrial space.

The festival begins on April 23 with the sensual sway of Piazzolla's Nuevo Tango music in this journey to Argentina by violinist Chee-Yun Kim, pianist Amy Yang and cellist Joseph Kuipers in the Grand Hallway of the Cotton Mill. The music moves outside to the Dye-room for singer/songwriter Ginny Mac's unique accordion Americana/Western Swing sound.

On April 24, the Texas Cellos will perform masterpieces from Faure's Pavane to swanky Beatles No. 1 tunes, Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," and Audrey Hepburn's "Moon River" in an open factory space. The world renowned Miro Quartet will play Schubert and Boccherini cello quintets with artistic director cellist Joseph Kuipers in the festival finale.

A mixology cocktail class with one of Dallas' best bartenders will be offered with very limited tickets, and cocktails, wine and food trucks will be available for purchase.

WHEN

WHERE

The Cotton Mill
610 Elm St.
McKinney, TX 75069
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/musicmill-miro-quartet-cello-quintets-with-joseph-kuipers-tickets-149759738409

TICKET INFO

$20-$45
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