Music at the Casa: Blue Bamboo Presents Terri Binion

  • 656 N Park Ave Winter Park, FL 32790

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts partners with the historic venue Casa Feliz to present a monthly series of concerts "Music at the Casa"! Please note this show is being held at Casa Feliz, in conjunction with Blue Bamboo.

Join us for free performances on the second Sunday of each month. Enjoy light refreshments and toe-tapping tunes during your visit to Winter Park's Community Parlor.

Terri Binion is Orlando Americana Royalty. She is an authentic Southern singer-songwriter and guitarist, whose unflinchingly honest stories sung in her clear voice can just about pierce your heart.

Singer-songwriter, visual artist, and author Jim White wrote of a track on her 2002 album "Fool": "It was a discreet portrait of a poor lost soul, a destitute southern woman, an archetype. By the end I was in tears. It was that true, that beautiful, that perfectly wrought. Just Terri and an acoustic guitar. Two songs in and it was clear, […] Terri was a magic person - someone who not only followed her own compass, but who was guided by stars not visible to the average eye."

Dates:
November 10, 2024
Price:
Free
Time:
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts partners with the historic venue Casa Feliz to present a monthly series of concerts "Music at the Casa"! Please note this show is being held at Casa Feliz, in conjunction with Blue Bamboo.

Join us for free performances on the second Sunday of each month. Enjoy light refreshments and toe-tapping tunes during your visit to Winter Park's Community Parlor.

Terri Binion is Orlando Americana Royalty. She is an authentic Southern singer-songwriter and guitarist, whose unflinchingly honest stories sung in her clear voice can just about pierce your heart.

Singer-songwriter, visual artist, and author Jim White wrote of a track on her 2002 album "Fool": "It was a discreet portrait of a poor lost soul, a destitute southern woman, an archetype. By the end I was in tears. It was that true, that beautiful, that perfectly wrought. Just Terri and an acoustic guitar. Two songs in and it was clear, […] Terri was a magic person - someone who not only followed her own compass, but who was guided by stars not visible to the average eye."