The Victoria Botero Ensemble, with a first-of-its kind performance combining traditional music by Jewish, Muslim and Christian women, will be performing on July 22.
Please join the Victoria Botero Ensemble with a first-of-its kind performance combining traditional music by Jewish, Muslim and Christian women. As relevant today as when they were first written, these secular songs from the Sephardic, Arabic and Armenian tradition have been sung continuously since the medieval era. Explore themes of love, family and loss in music that connects women across time and faith. Performed in the original languages, with projected translations and light commentary, this is a performance you cannot experience anywhere else!
Victoria Botero – Soprano
Sarah Tannehill Anderson – Soprano
Beau Bledsoe – Guitar and Oud
Gerald Trimble – Viola da gamba
John Kizilarmut – Percussion
To purchase tickets click HERE or tickets may be purchased at the door beginning one hour before the concert.
General Admission Ticket – $25
Senior Citizen Ticket – $15
Student Ticket – $15
2017/07/22 - 2017/07/22
Additional time info:
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Concert begins at 7:00 pm