May 20, 2017 — Anne Hills. — Simply put, Anne Hills is a remarkable performer. Having performed shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Pete Seeger, Tom Paxton, Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen, Priscilla Herdman, jazz drummer Peter Erskine, Michael Smith, to name only a few, Anne weaves musical tapestries of poetry and instrumental beauty. As a singer, actress, writer, and musician Anne Hills has continuously built a reputation of merit. During her career, she has received numerous honors. Her musical influences are as far reaching as big band jazz to traditional folk which helps to make her own songs that much more varied and delightful.
Middle Set: The coffeehouse encourages all musicians, vocalists, storytellers and dancers to share their talent in the middle set, with performances limited to 5 minutes.
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The Coffeehouse takes place at the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Binghamton, 183 Riverside Dr., Binghamton. Suggested admission of $8. 7:30 to 10 p.m. Handicapped parking in the front of the church. Good coffee and goodies available.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR ANOTHER CONCERT ALERT:
If you missed fiddler extraordinaire John Kirk at January’s Cranberry Coffeehouse, here’s another chance! He performs with the Susquehanna String Band (John, Rick Bunting and Dan Duggan) as featured performers with the Binghamton Community Orchestra, conducted by Timothy Perry. The concert, on Saturday, May 6, at 7 p.m. at East Middle School, Frederick St., Binghamton, promises to be a delightful evening of all Celtic music – English, Scottish, Irish and Welsh traditional tunes and the classical composers who wove these tunes into their works. Tickets ($12 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, free 12 and under) will be a available at the door. A lavish dessert reception follows the concert.