|Seniors, Military & Students w/ID||$14|
|Children 7–17 w/paying adult||1/2 price|
|Children under 7||free|
The Itinerant Band is donating a portion of this concert's proceeds to the Judeo-Christian Outreach Center (JCOC).
itinerant [ i tin’ er ant] adj. journeying; travelling from place to
place: not fixed or stationary.
band [band] n. a group of musicians playing together, esp. upon wind and percussion instruments.
The Itinerant Band is made up of five musicians from the Tidewater region of southeastern Virginia. They come from diverse musical backgrounds and have a shared passion for history that has led them to specialize in the music of early America. They perform tunes and songs from the Irish, Scottish, English and French traditions that would have been heard in 17th and 18th century America. In the spirit of the itinerant colonial musicians whose style they emulate, you may find as few as two or as many as five of them at any given time and place performing everything from airs to sea shanties to dance tunes. When all together the group consists of Paul Brockman on fiddle & vocals, Bob Clark on hammered dulcimer, Rose Ann Arnaud on cello, Susan Lawlor on flute, whistle, & recorder, and Marsha Wallace on guitar, mandolin & vocals.