The Falmouth Artwork Center will host a free of charge live performance with the team, The Harper and the Minstrel, on Saturday, June 26, from 1 to 1:45 PM. The general performance is getting taped as part of ArtsFalmouth’s Woods Gap Trad Stroll, which is being introduced as a digital series this 12 months on Falmouth Group Television.
Undertaking with each other as The Harper and the Minstrel, Jay and Abby Michaels, engage in more than a dozen standard devices. They carry out traditionally impressed variations of Medieval, Renaissance and Celtic audio sung and played on a variety of standard plucked, bowed, hammered and woodwind Instruments such as: the Irish wire-strung harp Gothic harp Celtic people harp viola da gamba hammer dulcimer Irish picket flute the Greek aulos alto, soprano and tenor recorders penny whistles silver flute and Baroque guitar.
The Harper and The Minstrel specialize in ayres and ballads. Their repertoire incorporates special arrangements of audio ranging from Medieval Spain’s 13th-century Cantgas de Santa Maria to the tunes of Elizabethan-era English lutenist John Dowland to 17th-century Irish harper Turlough O’Carolan and additional.
The concert will be outside in the yard of the Falmouth Artwork Centre, 137 Gifford Street. All are welcome.