Creek River String Band

Creek River String Band is a five-piece acoustic band that delivers an energetic and eclectic mix of bluegrass, country, folk, old-time, Tex-Mex, Celtic, blues and rock. Or as we like to say, fresh-baked roots music. Sign up to hear about upcoming Creek River String Band shows.

– Kim plays fiddle and Eric plays upright bass.

We also play in other groups and configurations, including those below. Sign up to hear about those upcoming shows.

Louder Than Milk

Louder Than Milk is a six-piece roots, rock, honky tonk, country and blues band. The band was born in the Northeast and travels through American back roads. If they’re not back by morning, they must’ve got lost in the night.

– Kim plays fiddle and Eric plays electric bass.

AKE Trio

AKE Trio plays a mixture of original music and bluegrass, early jazz and blues, waltzes and English country dance tunes. We even throw some musical saw into the mix.

– Kim plays fiddle and Eric plays upright bass.

Bookmatch Duo

Bookmatch Duo plays a range of original, traditional and contemporary instrumental music, including old-time, blues, ragtime, bluegrass, waltzes, contra dance tunes, and English country dance tunes.

– Kim plays fiddle and Eric plays upright bass.

Hay Pond Rounders

The Hay Pond Rounders is a loose affiliation of pickers, fiddlers, squeezers, kids, dogs and reprobates who come together each fall to make music up North.

– Kim plays fiddle and Eric plays upright bass.

Boston Chamber Symphony

Avlana Eisenberg, conductor

The Boston Chamber Symphony, formed in 2012, includes current and former principals and other members of many area orchestras including the Mercury Orchestra, Brookline Symphony, New England Philharmonic, Longwood Symphony, Newton Symphony, Quincy Symphony, Melrose Symphony, Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, MIT Symphony, Boston University Symphony, and others. Avlana Eisenberg has conducted orchestras throughout the United States and in France, Germany, Austria, Scotland, Spain, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, and Hungary. She holds a Master’s Degree in Orchestral Conducting from the University of Michigan and a Graduate Performance Diploma from the Peabody Institute, and was a Fulbright Fellow in Paris.

– Kim played violin in 2014 and 2015.