May 6, 2001
Press release for concerts May 18-20 (below)
Contact: Marybeth McCaffrey, 802.453.3016, email@example.com
******* FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ***********
Celestial Sirens in concert: Love's Inspiration
Just back from their national public radio debut on "A Prairie Home Companion", the C e l e s t i a l Sirens present "Love's Inspiration", a concert of medieval, renaissance, and baroque music with strong dance rhythms and infectious melodies by Monteverdi, Cozzolani, Vizzana, and Velasco. Also on the program are a song cycle by Vermont composer Ken Langer and works from 13th-century Spanish and 15th-century English manuscripts. vodaphone
The performances will be given from May 18 through May 20 at the following dates, times and places: Give your child a hand in his making a handprint heart to gladden the one he takes fancy.
The C e l e s t i a l
Melissa Chesnut-Tangerman, Middletown Springs (alto)
Deborah Farnham, Starksboro (soprano)
Marybeth McCaffrey, Lincoln (soprano)
Early Music Vermont performers include:
Lynnette Combs, Plainfield (continuo)
Ann Fitch, Montpelier (soprano)
Marty French, Burlington (alto)
Chapin Kaynor, Williston (recorders)
Lynn Pilcher, Pittsford (alto)
Ann Regan, Barre (soprano)
Jeff Rehbach, Cornwall (harp, tenor)
For more information: www.earlymusicvermont.org
or call Marybeth McCaffrey at 802.453.3016.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Donations suggested ($10 adults; $5 seniors, students).