The Mathematics Department at Dartmouth College is excited to host a midsummer music festival on Friday, August 14th at 6pm on the Kemeny-Haldeman Patio.
Bring your own food and refreshment and enjoy the sweet sounds of live outdoor music provided by:
Serena Jost writes "gently eccentric songs and sings them in an elegant alto, often accompanying herself on cello, but it isn't quite right to call her a singer-songwriter. The term art song, normally tied to 19thcentury concert music, usefully characterizes Jost's carefully arranged pieces and succinct lyrics, neither quite rock nor folk..." --Time Out New York
What Linda Thompson was to the 70s and early 80s, Amanda Thorpe is to this era, another British expat steeped in traditional English folk, possessed of one of the most beautifully haunting voices you will ever hear ...she will give you eerie austerity and resigned melancholy, but she also has a seductive, torchy side with great nuance. --Lucidculture
James Graham, Mark Heels, and Dan Longnecker discovered that the annual picnic at work could be more than awkward conversation and dubious potato salad. One summer they showed up with their respective guitar, bass, and mandolin, and have collaborated ever since on a fine blend of original and traditional American roots music.