World Turned Upside Down: Early Music of the U.S. & Canada

Sat, Sep 22
  • Presented By: Utopia Early Music
  • at: St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
  • 231 East 100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Experience the musical birth of nations with vocal and instrumental music from the English and French colonies in North America through the Revolutionary War to the early United States. Folk duo Otter Creek, Lisa Chaufty (recorder), and Al Cofrin (cittern) join a vocal quartet in a concert that includes William Billings, the Sacred Harp tradition, early Canadian music, and Scottish and Irish tunes that made their way across the Atlantic.For this concert, Utopia co-founders Emily Nelson (soprano) and Christopher LeCluyse (tenor) will be joined by local artists Mary Danzig (fiddle), Peter Danzig (mountain dulcimer and mandolin), Aerin Lund (mezzo-soprano), Ricky Parkinson (bass) and Lisa Chaufty (recorder). Visiting artist Al Cofrin (cittern) joins us from Houston.

Event Info

  • Presented By: Utopia Early Music
  • Dates: 9/22/2018, 9/23/2018
  • Location: St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
  • Address: 231 East 100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84110
  • Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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