Natalia Zukerman Heads to MASS MoCA for Evening of Folk, Jazz, Blues [Berkshire on Stage]

June 5th, 2015, 3:00 pm by Sara

Natalia Zukerman

By Larry Murray

The slide, lap steel and dobro wizard Natalia Zukerman shapes folk, jazz, and blues sounds into songs of intense beauty. Her “voice could send an orchid into bloom while her guitar playing can open a beer bottle with its teeth,” declared The New Yorker. Natalia Zukerman performs outdoors under MASS MoCA’s Dré Wapenaar Pavilion in North Adams at 8pm on Saturday (June 6).

Since her 2001 debut, the singer/multi-instrumentalist’s expertise on myriad instruments, lyrical storytelling and seductive vocals have set her apart from the crowd as a folk songstress to watch. Armed with an authentic homespun sensibility and backed by major vocal and instrumental chops (most notably her notoriously stellar slide guitar playing), Zukerman is undeniably virtuosic, an engaging and compelling performer. On stage, her gentle demeanor gives way to a passionate stage presence that captivates audiences from opening note to final encore.

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