Adam Boyce has been called the foremost disciple of the late traditional VT fiddler, Harold Luce of Chelsea, Vermont. Boyce started taking lessons from Luce in 1991, going on to learn about the traditional music and dancing of central Vermont.
Adam has performed at Chandler Music Hall in Randolph, VT, the famous Ground Hog Opry, Lost Nation Theater, the Festival of American Fiddle Tunes, among other venues.
He has been affiliated with both the Vermont Humanities and the New Hampshire Humanities since 2001, giving lectures about square/contra dancing, fiddle contest history, and giving living history portrayals, including "The Old Country Fiddler," Charles Ross Taggart (1871-1953); Adam wrote a book in 2013 about Taggart titled "The Man from Vermont: Charles Ross Taggart, The Old Country Fiddler."
Available for concerts and other events. Prices and mileage amounts negotiable. Can be solo or with one accompanist (either piano or guitar).