The Bradstan Cabaret Series’ sophomore season continues with a thrilling performance from violinist Edmund Bagnell at The Eldred Preserve on Sunday, June 11 at 7 p.m.
Bagnell, a South Carolina native, is a diverse artist, having performed as an actor, violinist, and singer. He successfully launched his acting career — both in New York City and nationwide — on the heels of his performance as Tobias Ragg in the first national tour of John Doyle’s staging of “Sweeney Todd.” Then, in 2019, Bagnell premiered and toured internationally with his solo one man show, “He Plays the Violin,” to rave reviews.
“We are delighted for guests to experience Edmund’s musical mastery, featuring his incredible talents as both a vocalist and violinist,” said Chief Operating Officer Scott Samuelson. “The high-energy show is sure to be a favorite performance amongst this year’s marvelous lineup.”
Prior to embarking on his solo career, Bagnell was the first violinist and singer in the internationally-touring string quartet Well Strung. The band had several notable live performances on the “TODAY” show, and performed on Broadway with many notable performers such as Kristin Chenoweth and Audra McDonald.
The 2023 Bradstan Cabaret Series lineup includes returning favorites like Jeanne MacDonald and the Callaway sisters (Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway), and welcomes other artists like Sally Mayes, Mark Nadler, Lumiri Tubo, Steven Brinberg, Sullivan County native Patti Greco Sunshine, and comedian Tom Cotter.
Tickets are on sale now at theeldredpreserve.com/cabaret.
About The Eldred Preserve: The Eldred Preserve is a wholly unique hospitality offering in the Sullivan County Catskills that weaves together the best of three Sullivan County legacy brands – The Eldred Preserve, The Bradstan Country Hotel, and The Homestead Restaurant. The resort features an event space with a performance stage for weddings and events, 28 luxury accommodations, a custom farm-to-table experience, and on-site live entertainment. The full 35-acre property includes access to three large ponds and an adjoining 600 acres (including a 65-acre lake), hiking, and boating amenities. Visit theeldredpreserve.com or call 845.557.8316 for more information.