Fountain Point Resort is a gorgeous slice of history, hidden on the shores of Lake Leelanau. Come together with the community to share in a truly unique night of music in a family-friendly setting. Shows will take place on the lawn of the historic hotel by the lake. Come by boat or car, bring a picnic and a friend to experience a night of music like never before.
Folk siren Abigail Stauffer turns the language of acoustic, pop, and neo-soul music into an irresistible invitation to heal and be healed. Every song is a captivating showcase of confidence and vulnerability, crafting a balance of pain, hope, and joy.
Her music and live performances evoke so much emotion, it's hard to believe each song isn't specifically about you. Finally, an artist who writes about the things that really matter; Abigail will warm your heart and serenade your soul.
Dave Haughey changes the way people think about the cello. By using the conventional instrument in unconventional ways, he is constantly discovering new avenues for performance, developing new techniques, and writing music that bridges genres. Dave's musical approach is multifaceted, and draws on his vast experience accross myriad musical styles and genres, including Jazz, Folk, Traditional, Brazilian, Classical, Modern Improvisation, Rock, and his personal favorite: Other. He is an active performer and has played around the USA, Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East. His teaching resume includes lessons and workshops at the Berklee College of Music, Tatuí Conservatory (Brazil), and the Rio International Cello Encounter, among others. Dave holds a Bachelor's in Classical Cello Performance from the University of Northern Colorado, where he studied with David Chew and James Fittz, and a Master's in Improvisation from the University of Michigan, where studied with Andrew Bishop, Richard Aaron, and Geri Allen. He lives in Northampton, Massachusetts with his wife and son.