Edmonds Arts Commission’s Summer Concert Series for next week
Join the Edmonds Arts Commission for Summer Concerts in the Parks, with Folk Voice Band, Tuesday, July 23 in the Hazel Miller Plaza; The Terry Holder Duo, Thursday, July 25 in the Hazel Miller Plaza; and Gypsy Soul on Sunday, July 28 in City Park.
Folk Voice Band – Tuesday, July 23, noon, in the Hazel Miller Plaza
The Folk Voice Band performs a variety of music including, Scandinavian, Continental, Balkan and International. They are as versatile with their music, as they are with their instrumentation. The show begins at noon in the Hazel Miller Plaza, located at 5th and Maple in downtown Edmonds. The Hazel Miller Concerts are generously sponsored by the Hazel Miller Foundation.
Terry Holder Duo – Thursday, July 25, 5 p.m., in the Hazel Miller Plaza
Terry Holder’s songs are getting her noticed and her engaging performances are opening hearts everywhere she goes. With a touching display of emotive vocals, she weaves her songs from the heart and soul. Terry was selected as 2011 and 2013 finalist for the “Wildflower” song writing competition. The show begins at 5 p.m., in the Hazel Miller Plaza, located at 5th and Maple in downtown Edmonds. The Hazel Miller Concerts are generously sponsored by the Hazel Miller Foundation.
Gypsy Soul – Sunday, July 28, 3 p.m.,, in City Park
The Washington state-based acoustic rock group Gypsy Soul consists of the marital and professional duo of Canadian-American singer/lyricist Cilette Swann and Scottish musician/producer Roman Morykit. They met in 1991 after Swann had gone to Europe to investigate her Celtic roots and spent a few years singing in French jazz clubs, then took her search to Scotland, where she played in a band with Morykit's older brother. In April 2007, they released their eighth album, Beneath the Covers: A Rediscovery, on which they presented their renditions of songs by U2, the Moody Blues, Chris Isaak, Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, Daniel Lanois, and John Denver, along with some originals. The show begins at 3 p.m., in Edmonds City Park, located at 3rd and Pine in downtown Edmonds. Bring the family, lawn chairs or blanket and join us for some great music and family entertainment. In the event of rain, the concert will be cancelled at 2:30 p.m. The Concerts in City Park are sponsored by Acura of Lynnwood and Lynnwood Honda.
Concerts are presented by the Edmonds Arts Commission on behalf of the Edmonds City Council and are accessible to persons with disabilities.
More information: www.edmondsartscommission.org.