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Sunday, April 6, 5 PM

An Evening of Roots Americana with Annalivia and Ari & Mia


Annalivia is a New England-based string-band drawing from tradition and today to create their own brand of new acoustic folk music, alive with new energy and innovation. The members of Annalivia – Liz Simmons, Flynn Cohen, and newest member Emerald Rae - are all masterful players and have long histories with traditional music, ranging from bluegrass to Irish, Scottish and Old Time Appalachian music. This background, combined with each member's stellar compositional skills and cutting edge arranging chops, makes for music which sounds rooted yet contemporary. Folk and string-band enthusiasts alike will be drawn in by the expert vocals and , excellent musicianship and innovative approach. The members of Annalivia have toured and performed with a who’s who of roots music including the likes of Darol Anger, Ruth Moody, Cathie Ryan, John Whelan, Aoife Clancy and Adrienne Young, among others.

"An energy that can only be described as contagious.
In a word: charming."
The Noise (Boston)



Ari & Mia

Ari & Mia, Boston's Americana sister act, reference the traditions of Southern and Northeastern fiddle music and the early American Songbook to create a realm where their own compositions cross paths with older traditions. Their stylish and sophisticated music honors the sounds of Appalachian cottages, rural dance floors and urban concert halls. Both sisters studied at Boston's New England Conservatory in its cutting edge Contemporary Improvisation department, where they learned to blend classical and folk traditions with their own compositions. Their newest album, Land on Shore, was released to critical acclaim in May 2013. Their debut, Unruly Heart, ranked high on the national folk radio charts for 2011 and Mia’s song “Across the Water,” won the 2010 John Lennon Songwriting Contest in the folk category.

“Mia’s feisty fiddle and banjo work and Ari’s rich cello playing melt deliciously into their sweet, playful vocal harmonies as they interweave deceptively sophisticated melodies that are inspired by Appalachia, folk, and a touch of jazz.”
- Christian Science Monitor



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