The Crooked Path – Venue Info



2017 Season:

We have a new stage, better sound than ever, world-class performers at no charge to the public.  Bring your own wine or food.  Enjoy, relax, de-stress and by all means, contribute as you can and feel moved to.  Special performances for groups and wine-tours will also be scheduled.

What it isn’t:

It is not a business, not a shop, not a winemaker, nor seller of time-shares.

What to expect:

Guests are welcome to bring their own food, wine, blankets, chairs – and enjoy a splendid afternoon.  You will mostly hear original music. Styles vary from Blues & Rock to Reggae, Samba, Folk, Jazz, Classical and Experimental.

Your host, Bent Myggen has composed and published over 300 original titles in 35 countries. Many of the musicians have a long history of performing worldwide.  Besides the music itself, an unusual sound system & mix-technique is used where the performers and audience are all in the same sound-field, with the band in the center.

What we encourage:

Guests may drink wine or beer, which is sold everywhere else but at the Crooked Path. Small pets are welcome, but hang on to them please.  You may smoke in the garden, providing nobody around you minds – check the wind first.

Contributions:

Music is a gift, but life costs money. Contributions support the Crooked Path and the musicians. We are a sanctuary and do not sell anything, but offer items such as CDs and downloads as gifts. Often guests leave offerings in the contribution-box.  On rare occasions support is given on-line here 


Philosophy:

The Crooked Path is a musical experiment and spiritual pursuit.  The music is highly collaborative and always changes.  Resident Rev. Bent believes music is the language of the soul – and listening is a way to bring the spirit – the Muse – in.  His Church of Music (an order of one) has no doctrine to preach, lessons to teach, nor sins to forgive.

May the Crooked Path be a place for many to find joy, healing and rekindle their personal faith.

Welcome.

“If you can listen you can play”.

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