Village Harmony Ensemble in Concert - Friday, July 29, 2022, 7pm


Village Harmony Teen World Music Ensemble in Concert 

Friday, July 29 at 7:00 PM
Hubbard Hall Mainstage

Please NOTE: Per Village Harmony's request, masks are required for audience members. Hubbard Hall will provide masks for those who need them. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

This group of talented teen singers is led by a trio of vete ran Village Harmony teen camp leaders: Lysander Jaffe and Megan Henderson from the Boston area, and Carl Linich of Poughkeepsie, NY. The concert program will include songs from the American shape-note tradition, folk polyphony from Corsica, Albania, Sardinia and the Republic of Georgia, and a European Renaissance piece. The singers in this particular group are drawn from Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oregon and France.

Village Harmony is an umbrella organization founded in 1989 and based in central Vermont, dedicated to the study and performance of ethnic singing traditions from around the world. In a normal summer the organization sponsors 9-10 different study-performance ensembles involving both teen and adult singers, usually with five in the United States (New England, Kentucky, Oregon) and the others overseas. Each group develops its own unique sound during a week-long residence learning their concert repertoire with a unique international team of leaders. But all of the ensembles share common traits: a powerful, natural, unrestrained, vocal sound; a remarkable variety of vocal styles and timbres, as appropriate to the many varieties of ethnic and traditional music; and the visible, vibrant community among the singers and audience as they share in a joyous celebration of music.

Pay What You Will - Suggested admission is a sliding scale of $5 - $20 

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