Culomba concert to feature harmony from different vocal traditions, May 31

    BELFAST — Culomba is touring in celebration of its newest album, Cherry Street. The band will perform for “an evening of close harmony singing from many different vocal traditions,” according to Culomba, in a news release.

    The performance will be Friday, May 31, at 7:30 p.m., at the First Baptist Church, 95 High St., Belfast.

    Culomba is a Massachusetts-based vocal ensemble specializing in close harmony singing from around the world. Culomba (“dove” in the Corsican language) draws from a deep well of repertoire, including American folk traditions, music of Georgia, Corsica, the Balkans, Ukraine, early European polyphony, and original compositions. Culomba's singers have studied with masters of these traditions, and each brings their specialized knowledge to this unique ensemble. For more information, visit www.culomba.com.

    This concert will feature Sophie Michaux, Adam Simon, Lysander Jaffe, Lexi Ugelow, Sora Harris-Vincent, and Daniel Fridley.

    Tickets by suggested donation, available online or at the door:

    General: $20

    Student/low income/starving artist $10

    No one turned away. 

    Event Date: 

    Fri, 05/31/2024 - 7:30pm

    Event Location: 

    First Baptist Church

    Address: 

    95 High Street
    Belfast, ME 04915
    United States