Wednesday, June 28, 2017
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
$25 per person
Whaling Museum, 13 Broad Street
A journey through Paul Winter’s world of “living music,” the concert will feature his soprano sax with the voices of Wolf, Whale, Bull Elk, Whooping Crane, Woodthrush, and other members of what Winter calls “the greater symphony of the Earth.” The concert will be interwoven with stories of Winter’s adventures making music in the wilderness. His playing, and the voices of the creatures, will be accompanied by the recorded sounds of his “two-legged colleagues” of the Paul Winter Consort.
Winter’s unique music and wildlife odyssey has taken him, over the past three decades, to 52 countries on six continents. He has recorded 40 albums, six of which have won Grammy awards. His environmental work has been honored by the United Nations Environment Program, the Humane Society of the United States, and the Connecticut Fund for the Environment.
A reception will follow the performance.
This concert is presented with generous support from the Hall-Froelich Foundation.
Contact: Brianne Roth
Phone: 508-228-1894 ext. 112
13 Broad Street