Carpe Diem Arts Presents Victoria Vox


Victoria Vox will be in town for her fourth year of leading a week-long arts program for Tilghman Elementary School fifth graders.  From February 5th through 9th, these lucky kids will get to spend a week learning to play songs on their own ukuleles and then performing at their school.

While in town, Victoria will conduct a workshop in St. Michaels for ukulele players of any level — even beginners — in the community.  And she will end her week on the Shore with a concert at The Avalon in Easton.

Victoria Vox continues to wow her audiences with her fabulous ukulele and songwriting skills, her renowned mouth trumpet, and her infectious pop-folk-jazz style.  Come join in the fun with this award-winning singer-songwriter, featured on the Jay Leno show, the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and the cover of Ukulele Magazine. The concert will feature the VoxUke-Estra (area uke fans and students of Victoria) on several numbers — plus a host of love songs in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Victoria is on tour celebrating her new CD release, “Colorful Heart.” For the Avalon concert,Victoria will be accompanied by her husband, Jack Maher, an accomplished singer and guitarist in his own right. Recently married, the two met in 1998 at the Berklee College of Music in Boston where they both received degrees in Songwriting.

Victoria Vox Workshop, Wednesday, February 7, 7 to 8:30 pm, The Studio ~ 933 S. Talbot St., Suite 14 ~ St. Michaels. All Levels Welcome. Tickets: $20. Advance registration required.

RSVP/Info:; 301-466-0183 cell.

Victoria Vox & Jack Maher in Concert with the Vox Uke-Estra! Saturday, February 10 ~ 8 pm. Celebrating Victoria’s brand new CD and Valentine’s Day! The Avalon — 40 E. Dover St. ~ Easton. Tickets: $20. Doors open at 7:30 pm.

5-6pm rehearsal for uke players who want to join the Uke-Estra.

Advance registration for Uke-Estra: Will send songs ahead to practice.

Victoria’s visit is funded in part by the Talbot County Arts Council, the Tilgman Area Youth Association, the Dock Street Foundation, Carpe Diem Arts Outreach Fund of Mid-Shore Community Foundation, and the Avalon Foundation.

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