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Founded in 2008 by singer/songwriter Justin Trawick, “The 9 Songwriter Series” is a touring live music event based in Washington, DC. The show was created with the idea of nine artists getting together and combining their talents in order to play in nicer clubs and to larger amounts of people. Each installment features nine solo singer/songwriters performing in rotation and often sitting in with each other, providing audiences with a rich, intimate, varied listening experience.
The Garden is located at 1500 Jefferson Park Avenue, at the corner of Jefferson Park and Brandon Avenue. For more information, please call 434-977-8743 or visit BeautifulThinking.org.

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Join us Friday, August 2nd from 7-9pm as The Garden presents “Fond Objects” by Jessica Luttrull! Ms. Luttrull’s exhibit is dreamy and thought-provoking, and shouldn’t be missed!
The Garden is located at 1500 Jefferson Park Avenue, Charlottesville. For more information, please call 434-977-8743 or visit BeautifulThinking.org.

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Join us at The Garden for an exhibit featuring photography by Nicholas Cummins! Cummins’ exhibit, entitled “Light and Eyes,”  presents striking portraiture and other work.

The Garden is located at 1500 Jefferson Park Ave. For more information, please call 434-977-8743.

Admission is free!


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Join the Garden for a Creativity Open House 4-6PM on Friday, February 15! The event features a large-scale paint-by-numbers collaborative art piece and workshops in songwriting, hip hop and baking. All are welcome to attend this free event.

For more information, email David Sheridan.

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Michael Coleman Band will perform at The Garden Friday February, 8th.

As a singer and songwriter Michael draws from his religious upbringing, life experiences and influences ranging from Otis Redding to Dave Matthews. His skills as a jazz drummer translate themselves to the guitar to create a truly unique rhythmical sound. Rounded off with a voice that is as raw as it is soothing and passionate, Coleman’s music has struck a chord with the people of Charlottesville and beyond.

The show starts at 8pm and is free and open to the public.

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On Monday, September 10 at 8 PM, join The Garden for an evening concert with Spark & Echo, a husband and wife duo from New York.

Drawing from a classical background, and influenced by the pianism of Rufus Wainwright and Ben Folds, the storytelling of Paul Simon, and the vocal harmonies of classic folk duos, Spark & Echo sings epic tales of love and adventure. They craft songs with beautiful harmonies and diverse instrumentation led by Emily’s longtime companion Boris the Bassoon, with piano, accordion, clarinet and ukulele in tow.

This band grows out of and raises funds for the non-profit Spark and Echo Arts which is illuminating the entire Bible through the arts, supporting diverse artists from NYC and beyond.

The Garden is located at 1500 Jefferson Park Ave. For more information, contact Evan

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Woe Pony is releasing a seven track EP on May 10  at 8pm, and are performing at the Garden (also known as Eunoia or All Souls). This will be their farewell show as John is moving back to Michigan. They’re really excited about the release of the album, working with producer Isaac Wardell and engineer and mixer, Alex DeJong, over at White Star Studio. Come join them for a special night of music and community.


The Flightless Birds are joining, and the cover is $5 (which includes a copy of their CD!)



The Flightless Birds will be joining us!


There will be an admission price of $5, however you will receive a copy of our album named Two or More.

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Eleventyseven is headlining Eunoia’s weekly Open Mic night on Thursday, February 16th.

Suggested donation $5 (no pressure).
Come at 7:30 to sign up to perform at Open Mic before the show.

Fresh off a Japanese tour, Eleventyseven, a band having grown up in a time when pop punk reigned supreme, cut their teeth on the high-energy blast beats and bombing guitar tones of their youth. They have carried that approach to their songs into the present day, constantly infusing a sense of energy, passion, and raw heart into their music that seems to call out to the listener.

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On Thursday, January 19, Woe Pony will play at The Garden, located at 1500 Jefferson Park Avenue.

There will be open mic before the show, starting at 8 PM. The show is free, though a donation for the band is suggested.

Questions? Email Evan.

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Finding Light in Darkness // A Gathering for those Experiencing Loss

On Wednesday, December 21 from 7:30PM-10:30PM, come to Finding Light in Darkness to experience beauty, joy and meaning in the heart of despair. Bring your reminiscences of lost loved ones and other experiences of loss. Through improvised music, drama and dance the performance will tenderly honor these memories.

Sponsored by Presence Center for Applied Theatre ArtsThe Garden is located at 1500 Jefferson Park Avenue, Charlottesville, VA. For more information, email Presence Center or call 434-973-2387.