Tim Bertsch will perform at Concerts in the Woods on Sunday night.

Tim Bertsch will perform at Concerts in the Woods on Sunday night.

Versatile guitarist to perform in Coyle

COYLE — Tim Bertsch, a versatile guitarist, will bring an eclectic collection of sounds to Concerts in the Woods at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

The concert will be in the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center at 923 Hazel Point Road.

Admission is by donation. Sunday’s all-ages concert will offer complimentary cookies and coffee at intermission.

‘Extraordinary guitarist’

“Tim Bertsch is truly an extraordinary guitarist, a professional musician who has mastered and combined many styles with this versatile instrument,” said Norm Johnson, concert series organizer.

“So be prepared for an exciting evening of sights and sounds from an expert guitarist/harp guitarist who can switch between jazz, flamenco, classical, blues and gypsy music. Plus hear the unique sound of the strange harp guitar.”

Bertsch is equally proficient on the electric guitar as on acoustic guitar/harp guitar and also plays bass, mandolin, ukelele and sitar, according to his website at www.timbertsch.com, which also says he is rooted in jazz, fusion, flamenco, rock, classical, blues and gypsy music.

Band member, soloist

He is a member of Jaded Mary and H.D. Fusion, and has performed as a soloist at festivals including Folklife, The Reno International Jazz Festival and The NAMM Show.

He has been featured in Acoustic Guitar Magazine and Classical Guitar Magazine. His songs have had placement on The Discovery Channel including the series “Lords of the Car Hoardes.”

Learned from others

“I’ve been fortunate to have studied with Larry Coryell, Emily Remeler, Beppe Gambetta, Joshua Breakstone and John Stowell as well as many other masters of the guitar,” Bertsch said.

For more information about the concert, contact Johnson at 360-765-3449 or see http://www.coyle concerts.com/.

More in Entertainment

Mandolinist David Grisman and painter Tracy Bigelow Grisman, seen here with their donations, are among the contributors to "Weave It Together," the Northwind Arts Center-Port Townsend School of the Arts auction online now. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
‘Weave It Together’ auction kicks off arts merger

Live online event to stay open until 5:45 p.m. Dec. 6

x
Artists offer visions of ‘Light at the End of the Tunnel’

A group of Sequim-area artists are finding the creative silver… Continue reading

Louisa Morgan
Port Townsend author wins sci-fi award

Louise Marley of Port Townsend, who writes under the… Continue reading

Second ‘Flora Ludmilla’ episode set to air

Ludmilla Studios will present the second epic episode of… Continue reading

Washington State Parks astronomy lecture series continues online Sunday

Troy Carpenter will present “Lunar Exploration Via the Internet” at… Continue reading

The Crushwater duo — Chandra Johnson and Scott Sullivan — will give an “In [Your] Living Room” concert online Friday.
JFFA stages online concert, sets goal

With plans for an online concert today and a… Continue reading

Magic moments like this between Dylan Krashan and Santa Claus in 2018 won't happen this year at the downtown Sequim tree lighting event due to pandemic protocols coming into place. The tree lighting moves online to 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's website and social media pages. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins
Sequim downtown tree lighting goes virtual

Hometown Holiday events planned

Port Townsend sets holiday events

White lights are decorating trees in downtown Port Townsend’s… Continue reading

Symphony concert video premiere online

The Port Angeles Symphony Ensemble’s first concert video is… Continue reading

Most Read