Denya LeVine and Julie Charland are Cape Cod favorites! Join us at the Truro Public Library for their Irish-themed, original set, including songs that may be new to you. Denya and Julie have been performing across the Cape together for years, bringing joyous energy and a love of world music to every show.
We’re going to build, explore, create, and have fun! Each week we’ll tackle a new project designed to inform, enlighten, and entertain. Ages 7-12. Space is limited: please sign up for individual or all sessions.
BALLOON CAR DESIGN CHALLENGE
Can you make the fastest car powered only by a single party balloon?
The locals call someone who moves to Cape Cod but was not born there a Washashore. In Texas, a young girl barrel-raced on Pleasant Valley Ranch and had never seen the ocean. So when Monica Rizzio crossed over the iconic bridges of Cape Cod in 2004, she instantly became the Washashore Cowgirl.
The former Tripping Lily front woman has left behind the acoustic, condenser mic style and has brought her East Texas roots up North. Rizzio is a founder and co-owner of the roots-based music school, West Bend Music, providing all-ages private instruction. In 2014 she founded and launched Vinegrass, a non-profit music production company, that raises money for scholarships, instruments, and grants through concerts and an annual roots-music festival.
“Elizabeth Schultze and Bo Ericsson have played many concerts all over the Cape since moving here in 1991. Schultze is a member of Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, and Ericsson is a former member. Ericsson, a native of Sweden, graduated from the Gothenborg Conservatory of Music and studied at the Swedish Radio School in Stockholm. Schultze is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio, where she studied with internationally known violinist Andor Toth, and studied abroad with other renowned cellists.” -Cape Cod Times
Please join the Truro Library in welcoming these classical performers for their first performance at our Winter Music Series. It is a treat to have such talented musicians creating a symphony of music for our listening pleasure!
Influenced by artists like Eva Cassidy, Bob Dylan, Laura Marling and Norah Jones “Featherbed Lane” showcases Jordan’s soulful voice and sensitive song-writing style. In January 2014, Jordan landed an invitation to perform at Boston Mayor Walsh’s Inaugural Gala helping to catalyze her breakout year as a young artist. A nomination for Limelight Music Awards’ 2016 Female Vocalist of the Year, Third Place overall in the Eventide Regional Songwriting Competition (ERSC) in 2016, Grand Prize winner of the ERSC in 2017, winner of the 2017 AFCC Fellowship for the Performing Arts and the anticipation of her next release have led to a recent spike in local publicity and an audience waiting for her to take off.
Mike Machaby is a multi-instrumentalist, alternating between lap steel, mandolin and lead guitar. Mike is 28 years old and has worked in studios in NYC, Muscle Shoals with Siobhan Magnus and is involved in several musical projects here on the Cape. Mike also composes and performs his own music. He will be using all three for the performance. [Photo credit of Machaby to Nick Blazis.]