Trolley Barn wedding and reception

What an interesting place to perform for a wedding ceremony and cocktail party.  The Trolley Barn was opened in 1889 as the service facility for Atlanta’s first electric street railway line.  It connected downtown with Inman Park.  Even though it only lasted a little over a decade, it served later as a church, basketball court, farmers market etc.  In 1976 the restoration started and the building was completed in 1987.  The Trolley Barn is currently is used for weddings, receptions, dinners, reunions, auctions, business meetings/seminars and parties.
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A True World Musician – Artist Spotlight


Check out the September issue of the Roswell Current Newspaper, where I am featured in the “artist spotlight”.  The article is written by Tripp Liles and you may read it by clicking on images below.

I hope you will enjoy this interview!

Interview published on Jaleole

 
My Flamenco friends at Jaleole, Atlanta’s Voice of Flamenco, recently interviewed me about the new album.

Rina Menosky and Julie Baggenstoss are editors and Flamenco dancers/teachers who I have worked with in the past.  Both are excellent dancers who keep developing their artistic expression and educating at the same time.

You may read the entire article by clicking on the image.