Village Harmony Teen World Music Ensemble to perform in Peterborough
Led by Suzannah Park, Gideon Creovoshay, and Natalie Nowytski, the program features Balkan and Ukrainian village music, songs from Caucasus Georgia, Appalachian ballads and clogging, American shape-note and gospel songs, a sea shanty or two and a set of early music pieces from Italy and Spain.
Village Harmony is an umbrella organization based in Vermont dedicated to the study and performance of ethnic singing traditions from around the world.
Other dates in New Hampshire include: Tuesday, July 23, Unitarian Church, 274 Pleasant St., Concord.
Wednesday, July 24, Community Church, Tamworth.
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