Ruby Hornsby to perform at The Arts Center
ELKINS — Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Ruby Hornsby will perform an evening concert at The Arts Center on Saturday, November 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Born and raised in Morgantown, at age 3 Hornsby began classical training on the violin which continued into college at West Virginia University. In her adult years, she branched out from classical violin, and began a lifelong adventure as a musical performer in multiple bands spanning from rock-n-roll to honky-tonk. In the studio, she’s recorded on cello, mandolin, bass, and piano, but typically performs live with violin, guitar, viola and ukulele.
As a soloist, Hornsby draws upon a lifetime of experience as a songwriter and live performer, creating a unique collaboration of musical styles including elements of her Appalachian roots, classical training, rock, blues, country, and old-time music to forge her own original genre she’s coined “Mountain Soul.”
For additional information contact the RCCAC, 304-637-2355, or visit the website www.randolpharts.org.
The Arts Center is committed to the accommodation of all persons with disabilities. Specially-designated parking spaces are conveniently located behind the office, facing Elkins City Park. For more information or to inquire about accessibility options provided, please call 304-637-2355.