Saturday November 13 at 5pm

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Nov 13 5:00 pm

Music Matters: Peregrine Road~Music from the Celtic, English, & French Traditions

(Due to unforeseen circumstances, the concert originally scheduled for this day featuring Margaret Ziemnick and Elena Zamolodchikova has been postponed. New date TBD--please stay tuned!)

Music Matters 12th Anniversary Concert!

Peregrine Road
Rachel Bell, accordion
Karen Axelrod, piano, accordion

Turning of the Hour
A live celebration of the Celtic, English, French, and Québecois traditions

On their impressive own, keyboard geniuses Karen Axelrod and Rachel Bell are pure gold. Gather them together on one stage as Peregrine Road, and we fortunate listeners unrresistingly succumb to their deft, elegant, mellifluous way with a tune. Their approach to traditional music is sometimes propulsive, always lyrical, and a bit too seductive for the dancers among us. Too, their off-the-cuff commentary is droll enough to thaw even us New Englanders – imagine! (Rachel and Karen asked us whether it's legal to play two accordions at once in Stonington....)

This is their Music Matters début. Can you resist?

Tickets $20. Click here to purchase.

Please note: there is no reserved seating; all seating is on a first come, first served basis. Doors open 1/2 hour prior to the start of the event.

Masks are required for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status.


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