Robert Richter with Rachel Bowen This Week at MCT

Robert Richter

Robert Richter

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Robert Richter, and violin player Rachel Bowen, perform Thursday,  September 26th, at 8:30 p.m. They offer an energetic performance with different genres from folk, blues, rock and Celtic.

Richter has appeared on Tom May’s nationally syndicated radio program “River City Folk.” It’s carried on more than 250 NPR affiliates across the nation. His  music also played on the “Bob Dylan Radio Hour” broadcast on the Sirius Satellite Network and on KUSF-FM in San Francisco.

“Robert Richter is a charismatic entertainer that gives his all every time he performs and is a stellar musician.” Morry Feldman, WQED-FM Pittsburgh, PA ~

A live CD “A Change of Heart” became available in 2012. Richter also hosts a bi-weekly radio program “Local Roots.” The show features music of North West Artists. You can hear it on KMUZ-FM 88.5 in Salem, OR and streaming live online at

Rachel Bowen will join Richter on violin and viola. Originally from the San Francisco Bay area she began playing violin at the age of 6. Not only does she perform, but she enjoys songwriting as well.

Rachel Bowen

Rachel Bowen

Rachel started with a Suzuki violin.  She also attended fiddle camps all through school and took lessons with several amazing fiddlers including Suzy Thompson and Darol Anger. She participated and played violin in her local school and youth orchestras. She picked up the viola in middle school when an orchestra teacher offered it as a challenge.

Rachel moved to Portland in 2008, where she began playing with Kendálin. Soon after she began  writing fiddle tunes, including the one named for her cat, “Littles”, which appears on her first CD.
Have a great week, and we’ll see ya there!
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