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February 8, 2020

The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices

Adults: $32
Youth under 18 years old: $24

The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices ensemble is committed to the preservation of African-American history and traditions–presenting songs and stories of struggle and perseverance, trials and triumphs, as expressed through a cappella music, drama and dance. Along with the music, Jubilee Voices also explores the poetry and writings of the period, along with first- and third-person portrayals of African Americans whose stories are a vital contribution to American history. “…Stunning, poignant — the perfect capstone of our three day series… quite simply sensational.” –Mary Ann Brownlow, Special Programs Producer, Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital

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February 14, 2020

Kyshona and The Shonettes

$32 General Admission

Originally from South Carolina, Kyshona has been resident in Nashville since 2014. Her songwriting skills and powerful, emotional voice are demonstrated on her latest two albums ‘Go‘ and ‘The Ride’. Kyshona was recently named one of the Top 5 Roots Artists to watch by CMT Edge (country music television) been featured on NPR’s “World Cafe Live” and network television shows “Conviction” and “Criminal Minds”. "Kyshona Armstrong has been called upon to represent for soul and gospel in roots, rock and folk lineups and to bring singer-songwriter sensibilities to R&B bills. But wherever she plants her feet, she does so with righteous conviction and a strong sense of her own voice."- NPR Music "Kyshona effortlessly grooves between roots, R&B and folk music. On 'Fear'...she digs deep into a swampy hook that dredges the depths of our subconscious. While the song explores all of the ways we tell ourselves what we can't do, Kyshona imbues it with the determination needed to free ourselves from our doubts." - The Boot

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March 25, 2020

Rivka Golani, viola with Angela Park, pianist

$32 General Admission

Rivka Golani is generally considered to be among the leading violists in modern times. Israeli by birth she now resides in London. She teaches and holds professorship at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. Rivka has performed with many of the major orchestras around the world, including the BBC Symphony, Boston Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic and Israeli Philharmonic orchestras. She has also performed as a soloist at the Proms concerts in London’s Royal Albert Hall three times, including at the infamous last night of the Proms. What do the critics think of Rivka Golani? James North of Fanfare Magazine, in a glowing appraisal of her work, wrote that she is “... carving out a place of her own that no other performer on the instrument can reach.”  The Financial Times of London clearly agrees: “Rivka Golani (is)... a supreme viola virtuoso - white-hot in delivery, kaleidoscopic in tone colours, electrifying in rhythmic attack.” For an even more effusive testimony, we might try the Boston Herald: “... riveting, intensely physical stage presence... hurtling momentum, constant risk-taking, complete technical assurance... one can only be grateful that she dedicated herself to art rather than warfare, for she would be an awesome adversary.”

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April 11, 2020

April Verch Band

$32 General Admission

April Verch Band This Ottawa Valley native has garnered praise from music’s heavy hitters including NPR, Rolling Stone, No Depression and more, for her fresh and feisty approach to deep North Americana.  Verch’s signature fiddle sound blends together regional Canadian, American old-time, bluegrass, country and Americana, resulting in a well-rounded tour-de-force of traditional sounds.  Her delicate voice, energetic footwork and stunning playing have brought her to stages across the globe, wowing audiences with her jaw-dropping performance.    “…[a] retro-wonderful—a masterful presentation…” -Steven Brodksy delcoculturevultures.com

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