January 20 27th 2018, 7pm:
 Miles & Karina!

We’ve rescheduled our
January concert to
Saturday, January 27.

Miles & Karina perform January 27th at Duvall House ConcertsOur first show of 2018 features virtuosos Miles & Karina ( http://www.milesandkarina.com)
David Miles Keenan and Nova Karina Devonie will lift your spirits with music that is creative, witty, and masterfully presented.

Dave Miles Keenan got his musical start at age 8, when his dad taught him to play ukulele. He soon picked up all the instruments around the house, studied Scruggs-style banjo at age 13, and first taught at age 17. He plays in numerous Seattle bands, with a style that is always twangy and tasty.

Nova Karina Devonie (“High-Style Queen of Accordion”) is known far and wide for her quirky sensibilities and melodic tastiness—not to mention those knees! An alumnus of cowgirl super-group Ranch Romance, she currently graces the stage with many musical groups, among them Jo Miller and Her Burly Roughnecks, the Buckaroosters, and the a-capella trio Fasten with Pins.
A highlight of the evening will be Miles and Karina performing their original scores to a screening of several animated films by Lotte Reiniger. Created in the 1920s, the films were among the first to employ a silhouette animation technique. Each frame is a work of art.


Listen to some excerpts from Miles and Karina’s compositions “Musette du Printemps,” “That’s Why I’m Walkin’,” “Maloney Creek,” “Mashed Potato,” “Night Wind,” “We Will Have Our Day,” and “Twango”:
(Hear more samples, and purchase music, at www.MilesAndKarina.com.)
Watch an excerpt of "The Adventures of Prince Achmed," an animation with sound score by Miles and Karina.

Click above for an excerpt of “The Adventures of Prince Achmed,” with sound score by Miles and Karina.

Reserve some great seats now!

About Duvall House Concerts

We call it “kick-ass music in a laid-back setting,” and that pretty much says it all. We want you to have the rare and wonderful experience of hearing great music in a relaxed home environment. Come visit us in the charming town of Duvall—just 40 minutes from Seattle— and enjoy the performance in the company of friendly people who appreciate fabulous music!

We provide light refreshments (you’re welcome to bring food and beverage to share). There’s a requested donation of $20, which goes directly to the musicians.

Why Are Reservations Required?

Our venue is small (30 seats), so reservations are required. We encourage you to Reserve Seats ASAP! We’ll get right back to you with an email confirmation, including our address, directions, and additional details. You pay when you arrive. All we ask is that you let us know if you need to cancel.