Dinner & Show: Peggy and Pete Seeger in Concert
|A Special Event to Benefit the
New York Folklore Society|
Sunday May 12, 2013
PEGGY and PETE SEEGER
At The 8th Step Coffeehouse
At Proctors Theater
Included a special reception, dinner & the show!
| ||Photo: Martha Cooper|
The New York Folklore Society invited friends to attend the Peggy and Pete Seeger Concert as our guests on Sunday, May 12, 2013, at Proctors Theater and to enjoy a:
PRE-CONCERT RECEPTION and DINNER
Dining includes Moroccan specialties from Tara Kitchen:
in the Fenimore Gallery at Proctors
5:00 — 6:30 ♦
Concert at 7:00 p.m.
Appetizer: Eggplant, roasted garlic and tomato dip with pita bread
Entrée: Chicken with mixed vegetables tagine
Sides: Spinach with artichoke hearts and Couscous with raisins
Folk legend Pete Seeger reunited with his younger sister Peggy for a rare concert, in celebration of Pete’s 95th birthday! For nearly 80 years as a performer, Pete Seeger has embodied the ideals of folk music — communication, entertainment, social comment, historical continuity, inclusiveness. His own songs and those he has discovered and shared, have imprinted adults and children with the sounds, traditions, and values of our global past and present. His fearless contributions, including his resistance against the McCarthy blacklist of the 1950s, have earned him a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Harvard Arts Medal, Kennedy Center Award, Presidential Medal of the Arts and membership in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Folksinger and multi-instrumentalist, Peggy Seeger is regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of US and UK traditional folk songs; a pioneering feminist songwriter and prolific recording artist, she has performed internationally, released 22 solo albums, and written for film, television and radio, earning a SONY Silver award.
The New York Folklore Society
431 Liberty Street
Schenectady, NY 12305
for their generous support
of the Peggy and Pete Seeger
Sunday, May 12, 2013,
at Proctors Theater,
The New York Folklore Society and its programs are funded by the
New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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