Musician Spotlight: Giri And Uma Peters
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Sun, Jan 26 1:00 pm
Siblings Giri and Uma Peters are a musical duo from Nashville who specialize in old-time and bluegrass music. Fourteen-year-old Giri plays fiddle, mandolin, and guitar, and twelve-year-old Uma plays fiddle and clawhammer banjo. Giri has appeared on PBS’s WoodSongs and played with Sister Sadie, Vickie Vaughn, and Roland White. Uma has studied with Rhiannon Giddens and received praise from Abigail Washburn. Giri and Uma have performed at Big Ears Festival, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Nashville’s Station Inn, the International Bluegrass Music Association’s World of Bluegrass, and the International Folk Music Awards. Ford Theater. Limited seating. Included with museum admission. Free to museum members.