VITA VOCI PERFORMS SONGS OF THE WIND AND REVOLUTION
Vita Voci, an eight-person vocal ensemble, will perform music from 1607 to 1804 America. Discover the music of the colonies, revolutionaries and women, spanning from the pilgrims through the Revolutionary War, culminating with the death of George Washington and the forming of a new nation. This delightful and enriching program will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2018, 2 pm at the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Avenue. This free program is a perfect way to celebrate American heritage and Women’s History Month.
Vita Voci literally means life voices: singing a cappella music of Billings, Kimball, Wood, and Read, along with newly commissioned arrangements of traditional tunes, as found within the context of Colonial and Early American life.
Singing together since 2012, the members of Vita Voci are: Lucy Hair and Susan Moreno, soprano; Susan Anderson and Sally Mote-Yaffe, alto; Dale Jones and John Riley, tenor; Kurt Haller and David Yaffe, bass. It is their pleasure to share such sweet sorrows, sighs, and smiles that only vocal music brings.
This program is part of the Friends Authors and Arts Series. For additional events, check the library’s website at www.livermorelibrary.net.