An American Tune

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 – SOLD OUT!
8:00 PM
featuring:
John Reischman (mandolin)
Stephen Stubbs (guitar)
Tom Berghan (banjo)
Brandon Vance (violin)
Tekla Cunningham (violin)
Catherine Webster (vocals)

 

The Fox Cabaret
2321 Main Street (between 7th & 8th) | google map

Bar opens at 7:00 pm | Concert starts at 8:00 pm
General Admission seating. Ages 19+.

 

Music on Main and Early Music Vancouver present a concert spanning half a century, tracing the path of British Isles folk music to isolated rural areas of the United States.  Catherine Webster, Stephen Stubbs, and other musicians with feet in both the early music and traditional folk worlds come together to create a gorgeous programme of Foster songs, 19th-century hymns and reels, and exquisite arrangements of Appalachian early folk tunes and ballads.

These remarkable performers find themselves perfectly at home in the sometimes lively, often plaintive and haunting melodies of 19th-century America, giving this programme life beyond any classification.

 


The Fox Cabaret is wheelchair accessible. Please inform Music on Main of any mobility needs when booking your tickets: 604.879.9888 or by email at info@musiconmain.ca

 


Presented with Early Music VancouverGenerously sponsored by Chris Guzy & Mari Csemi. 

 

 

Tickets

The Fox Cabaret is licensed as a bar; audience members must be 19 years of age or older to attend.

Single Tickets $40 ($20 for audience members aged 35 or younger)

General Admission.  Arrive early for best selection of seats, and enjoy a drink at the bar.