San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Muses in the Vineyard is a festival of music, of the women, by the women and for EVERYONE!!! A benefit production in it's third year, the concert will benefit with all net proceeds, The Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey. Foul Rift Productions Inc. and Four Sisters Winery will be ably assisted in the promotion by The Candlelight Concerts for Epilepsy Awareness,
NEW THIS YEAR!! We have expanded to a two day festival! Join us on Saturday AND Sunday for an amazing weekend of live music!!
"Muses in the Vineyard" promises to be an amazing festival celebrating Women in Song. Foul Rift Productions, Inc. is putting together a lineup of mammoth proportion featuring national, regional and locally known performers ranging from veteran road warriors to exciting and emerging talents.
Once again the event will be held at Four Sisters Winery, nestled in a beautiful valley amidst the rolling fields and picturesque hills of Warren County, New Jersey. It is part of an agricultural tradition carried on by Matty Matarazzo on his 250-acre farm, which reflects his commitment to the land and its fruitfulness. Since 1981, Matty has been growing grapes and producing award-winning wines with ever increasing success.
Foul Rift Productions and Four Sisters Winery are pleased and honored to be joined with Candlelight Concerts for Epilepsy Awareness in promoting our festival to the benefit of the Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey.
Epilepsy affects one in 26 individuals and their loved ones. Unfortunately because of the stigma that is still associated with having Epilepsy, it is not often spoken about. Many do not realize that Epilepsy is more common than Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis combined. The staff of EFNJ is out in the community dispelling these myths and providing information through their statewide trainings and events
We are going to be making some fabulous music people!!! Get on board early!
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Foul Rift Productions, Inc.
Foul Rift Productions, Inc. is the younger but bigger sibling of Folk on Foul Rift House Concerts. With some success at bringing together good people and great live music in an intimate backyard or living room series, we have autonomously incorporated FRP with a two-pronged eye toward expanding the availability of quality live music to the public and expanding venue opportunities for artists who are increasingly reliant on live venues to support their craft in light of the shrinking revenues from recording.
It is our intent to develop and promote such opportunities via alternative venues including perhaps listening rooms, theater series, festivals and the like.