Music on Useppa

May 6, 2016

A Piano, Flutes from Around the World, New York Cabaret Sounds & Four Musicians: Music on Useppa

Photographs by UseppaGin

Sometimes life on Useppa is magical. A Russian young man visiting his family played classical music in the Collier Tarpon Bar. A gentleman staying on his yacht in the Marina sat down at the same piano keyboard, and it felt like the Carlyle in Manhattan. A woman and her flutes from around the world transported us to foreign lands. An Islander with a low sultry voice sang “Summertime” and the spirits of George Gershwin Ella Fitzgerald were at her side.

Thanks to George Fomitchev, Cathy Eagle, and Gregg Lovine at The Tarpon.

Thanks to flautist Kat Epple, the Useppa Museum, and our hosts Vic & Suzy Trino