Date(s) - Sunday, April 29, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
UUCLB, Wylder Hall
This year’s event boasts 3 vibrant music acts celebrating different cultures and traditions ranging from Veracruz style, Mexican folk music to traditional Lobi music from northwestern Ghana and then brings it back home with an afternoon of classical music!
Enjoy an afternoon with the Mexican folk music band Conjunto Jardin, son jarocho (Veracruz style). Check them out at www.conjuntojardin.com
“Conjunto Jardin… is built around the convincing, traditional-styled singing and playing of
sisters Libby and Cindy Harding. Their music… was almost instantly captivating, generating dancing in the aisles… It was a superb example of the manner in which traditional music and dance continue to have the power to reach out and gather in new, receptive audiences.”
– Don Heckman, Los Angeles Times
Check out their performances at www.youtube.com/user/ConjuntoJardin/videos
Advance tickets to concert series events will not be sold this year.
A suggested donation of $20, $10 for students, will be collected at the door on the evening of the events. Please note that admission is free for children 12 years of age and under.
For more information, look for the Concert Series Table on the patio after services on Sundays beginning April 8th 2018. OR Contact David James at email@example.com
This is the first in the 2018 UUCLB Concert Series presented by the Music & Arts Committee. Also upcoming are:
Saturday, May 12th, 7:00PM- Experience the musical sounds of traditional Lobi music from northwestern Ghana. SK Kakraba will serenade us on the gyil, a wooden African xylophone with gourd resonators that buzz with the silk of spiders’ egg sacs, called paapieye, which is stretched across the gourds’ openings.
Check him out at, skakrabamusic.com
Saturday, May 19th, 4:00PM – Mark Sullivan, piano soloist, will bring his brilliant talent to Wylder Hall for a late afternoon of classical music. You can check him out at sullivanmusicstudio.com/bio.htm