4:00 - 5:30pm
This concert will be a ritual. It will happen in a place that is dear to me, a place with acoustics both comforting and overwhelming. I’ve been visiting this place for years. It has taken care of me and for that I am grateful. I will be singing to this place and to you, us, me—my body—this transgendered body still recovering from covid and heartbreak. I will be accompanied by live electronics. My songs and extended vocal improvisations draw from the pagan oral tradition of regilaul. They are incantations and lullabies; simple songs sung to hold rage and transmute communal exhaustion. This is folk music in as much as I sing it to lessen the pain of living.
Come. Let us lose ourselves together in this place. And maybe find one another; in the land, in feeling, and in listening. — Vaim Sarv
- Free admission
- Registration is required for in-person attendance.
- Face coverings are strongly recommended. We encourage you to continue wearing masks for the comfort of our patrons, staff, and artists.
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