Banks and Braes: A Cappella in the Celtic Tradition offers about a one-hour performance of light concert repertoire featuring beloved and newly discovered tunes of the Celtic lands, including sea shanties, ballads and contemporary selections. Fiddler Angel Dombrowski lends instrumental accents to Scottish, Welsh and Irish repertoire at the Plymouth and Scituate performances.
Concert Series Schedule:
Sunday, March 6, 3 pm, The Church of the Pilgrimage; 8 Town Square, Plymouth, 508-746-3026, 8townsquare.org/, Suggested free will offering, donations offered to the church
Sunday, March 13, 5 pm, The James Library & Center for the Arts; 24 West Street, Norwell, 781-659-7100, jameslibrary.org/, $20 suggested donation at the door, donations offered to the library
Tuesday, March 22, 7 pm, First Trinitarian Congregational Church; 381 Country Way, Scituate, 781-545-5300, ftccscituate.org, Suggested free will offering, donations offered to the church
Friends in Song vocal ensemble has performed across the region for six years, recognized for their tightly woven harmonies and joyous concerts. Members of Friends in Song reside on the South Shore and Cape Cod, featuring vocalists Larry Carlson, Caroline Chapin, Diana Cohen, Carol Cybulska, Brian Dudley, Todd Herrmann, Lynne Hare, Chris Holl, Al Hoyt, Verna Hoyt, Dan Miot, Michelle McGrath, Barbara Northrop, Music Director William B. Richter, Kay Slater and Hannah Woodbury.
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