A virtuosic instrumentalist, singer and songwriter with remarkable range, Sierra Hull is one of the most respected artists in the new school of bluegrass whose mandolin playing possesses clarity and fleet-fingered precision. Only 22 years old, Sierra has received five IBMA nominations and has already played the Opry, Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center.
“Prodigious talent.” –New York Times
“I can’t say enough about Sierra Hull...Sierra is truly a beautiful and talented gift to this world, so special and unique.” – Dolly Parton
“Sierra is a remarkably talented, beautiful human being. Success could not come to a more worthy person. I adore her.” – Alison Krauss
“Sierra’s extraordinary ear and innate musicality are well-evidenced... It’s a joy to hear her realizing her seemingly limitless potential.”– Chris Thile
Performing a special duo show with fellow Berklee College of Music scholar Sierra Hull, Courtney Hartman excels at violin, mandolin and guitar. She's at the forefront of a new generation of acoustic musicians whose won numerous guitar flat picking championships. Courtney is also a member of the phenomenal bluegrass quintet Della Mae.
"It has been a true privilege to watch Courtney grow as a player. I feel that she is one of the great guitarists of our generation. Her greatness is born out of unconditional listening and a commitment to the meaning of the music in every song she plays. She doesn't play anything that isn't rooted in her love for the music." - Jazz guitar virtuoso Julian Lage