Bryce Milano Quintet
The concert series is held at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA. Admission is free, and you can bring your own lunch or purchase one at the show from Eric's LaPatisserie Cafe. Concerts are broadcast on 90.5FM and streamed on wicn.org.
Philadelphia native Bryce Milano first discovered his love for music and the unlikely instrument of the mandolin at age 9. Though originally taking root in bluegrass and American folk music, he quickly ventured into music forms from around the world, studying everything from Bach, to straight ahead jazz, to Bulgarian folk music. In 2010, after spending nine years performing around the country, Milano began studying at Berklee College of Music on scholarship. In December of that year, he was invited to the Lincoln Center in New York City to accept ASCAP’s Lieber and Stoller Scholarship for his studies in Performance. Now, two years later, Milano portrays the myriad of musical influences from his youth through his own compositions. By weaving in and out of contemporary and traditional styles, and utilizing unique instrumentation, he hopes his music will obscure the distinctions between musical genres across the globe.