Phone: (615) 972-3832
Craig Duncan has been the featured instrumentalist on over ninety record albums with sales in excess of five million copies. He has produced numerous recordings for the gift shop market in a variety of musical styles. He is a member of the North American Fiddler's Hall of Fame and is recognized internationally for his many books and arrangements published by Mel Bay Publications. His musical groups have performed for a wide array of clients - from IBM to the Tennessee Department of Tourism, including corporate, convention, tourism and gala events.
No matter the style of music, Craig tailors the performance to enhance the event. This is evident in the number of repeat performances for area balls and fundraisers throughout Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky.
What others have to say
. . . This past weekend we were in Huntsville for the The Symphony Ball and we absolutely fell in love with your band!! The choice of songs were perfect for the event. We are only nineteen but we have already called our dads to book us for our future weddings...so look out for us.
One of the great things about chairing the Symphony Ball is learning about some of the wonderful people who make the Ball such a success year after year. You have been so generous in helping give the 2004 Symphony Ball attendees a beautiful evening that everyone enjoyed to the fullest... Everyone talked about how great the music was that evening. Many thanks!
Elaine, Nashville Symphony Ball.
Thank you so much for helping O'More College of Design give our supporters a wonderful evening. The music and vocalists were wonderful, and working with you was great.
Kim Morris, Director of Community Relations and Special Events, O'More College of Design.
The music for this year's Symphony Ball was a delight from every perspective - well chosen, well played, and passionately delivered. You and the entire orchestra showed Nashville's finest colors. On behalf of all of us involved in the Symphony, Bravo! to you and the orchestra.
Stephen R. Vann, Nashville Symphony Ball.