Carpe Diem Arts free lunch-time performance series presents Eloise & Company, with music from France, Scotland, Ireland, England, Quebec and New England for the holiday season. The concert will be held at Talbot County Senior Center, 400 Brookletts Ave., Easton on December 11 at 12:15-1:00pm.
Featuring the combined creative force of three of the country’s most sought-after acoustic folk musicians: Owen Morrison, Becky Tracy, and Rachel Bell. These three crank out high-energy traditional music with unbridled energy and soaring beauty. Their depth and versatility is evident not only in their dynamic playing but also in their rich and unique repertoire, ranging from exciting original compositions to rock-solid tunes that have been around for hundreds of years — from driving Celtic reels to groove-infused French village dance tunes to elegant English melodies.
The Carpe Diem Arts performance series at Brookletts Place is presented by Carpe Diem Arts in partnership with the Talbot County Senior Center at Brookletts Place.
Eloise & Company will also present a concert at 10:30am at the Chesapeake Center for adults with disabilities.
Both concerts are made possible by the generous support of the Talbot County Arts Council with revenues provided by the Maryland State Arts Council, the Dock Street Foundation, the Nancy A. Graham Memorial Fund of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, and by individual contributions to Carpe Diem Arts and Brookletts Place.
The monthly 45-minute performances (12:15-1:00pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, September through May 2019) are FREE and open to the public.
Lunch is available at 12 noon with advance reservations.
RSVP: Amanda Brown — 410-822-2869 / email@example.com
Other upcoming dates (2nd Tuesdays)
Jan 8 – Maggie Sansone, Paul Oorts & Karen Ashbrook
Feb 12 – Junkyard Saints: Celebration of Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day
Mar 12 – Josh Dukes & Dylan Foley: Celebration of Irish American Heritage Month & St. Patrick’s Day!
Apr 9 – Fuad Foty and Family: honoring Arab American heritage month
May 7 – Chris Noyes: Songs for Mother’s Day and the Chesapeake Bay