Evie Ladin
Evie Ladin

Singer-songwriter Evie Ladin will perform

Brattleboro House Concerts - Under the Maple (chez Grossman/Peel) presents banjo player, singer, songwriter, and percussive dancer Evie Ladin on Thursday, March 28 at 7 p.m.

Ladin's clawhammer banjo playing, voice, real stories, and rhythmic dance have been heard from A Prairie Home Companion to Lincoln Center, Celtic Connections to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Brazil to Bali.

A creator and facilitator, Ladin grew up steeped in traditional folk music/dance up and down the East Coast, engaging in new work and classic roots. "She writes clever lyrics with mature arrangements, calls rowdy square dances for urban crowds, choreographs new body music/percussive dance for contemporary dance and film, leads seminars in movement anthropology, ... and gardens," from her home base in Oakland, California, say organizers.

The evening concert also offers drinks and homemade baked goods. Admission is by donation at the door, with 100% going to the performer. Reservations are required; email [email protected] to attend and receive more details.

This Arts item was submitted to The Commons.

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