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Postcards from France with Jeremiah McLane and Tapestry

June 30 at 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Postcards from France with Jeremiah McLane and Tapestry
Sunday, June 30, 2024 – 3:00 PM EDT
Join us on the Hillside for ‘Postcards from France’ for voices, accordion, clarinet and guitar – a rich blend of impressionism, folk roots and a touch of jazz.

Crisscrossing France from Auvergne to Provence, Brittany to Paris and beyond, Tapestry and friends bring together a rich blend of Impressionism, folk roots, and a touch of jazz. Along the way, they share Occitan folk songs that inspired Joseph Canteloube’s Chants D’Auvergne, paired with works of Gabriel Faure, Caesar Frank, Cecile Chaminade, French folk songs, dance tunes, Django Reinhardt, Edith Piaf and more!

Program Details


Cristi Catt, soprano, Daniela Tosic, mezzo-soprano, James Falzone, clarinet, Jeremiah McLane, accordion & piano, Andrew VanNorstrand, guitar

Program Features

Chants d’Auvergne Joseph Canteloube • Pardon Breton Cecile Chaminade • J’ai deux amours Vincent Scotto • Divinium Stillant St. Martial (12th c.) • Première pensée Rose+Croix Eric Satie • Après un Reve and Les Berceaux Gabriel Fauré • Folk songs, dance tunes and much, much more!

Program duration

Approximately 90’ with intermission, suitable for a concert hall or a resonant medium-sized church

The Postcard ensemble is: Cristi Catt (voice), Daniela Tosic (voice), Jeremiah McLane (accordion), Andrew VanNordstrand (guitar), and James Falzone (clarinet). The Cleveland Plain Dealer says “Tosic used her earthy elegance to convey the music’s seductive qualities. Catt, a soprano of pinpoint pitch and rhythm, teamed with her colleagues in performances that oozed lust for life.” James Falzone and Jeremiah McLane performed together with Cristi Catt in Le Bon Vent, described by Radio Espace Musique de Montreal as “a fresh spring breeze that pleasantly ruffles our feathers.” With the addition of Andrew VanNorstrand on guitar, these musicians meet at the crossroads of medieval modes and traditional tunes to strike a new path. The program features music from throughout France as well as Quebec and Louisiana.

This concert will be on the Hillside unless the weather is unfavorable. In that case we will host the concert in the Hayloft Performance Space.


June 30
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Artistree Commuity Arts Center
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Creative Zone
3CVT Zone (Orange and Windsor Counties)


Artistree Community Arts Center
2095 Pomfret Rd
South Pomfret, 05067
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