Doors open at 6pm.
General admission tickets are $8 in advance, $12 at the door.
Table seats are $10 each and must be purchased in multiples of 4.
Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 3pm on the day of the show.
Songs of Water's distinct and evocative sound carries roots from the most ancient of cultures. This seven-piece ensemble delicately blends instrumentation from across the globe in a uniquely American context. The uncommon use of the hammered dulcimer melodically leads many of the group’s instrumental pieces, followed by the resonance of various acoustic instruments and a brooding foundation of heavy percussion. Layers of orchestral strings and sparse vocals create a cinematic appeal to the otherwise raw expression of musical composition.
Songs of Water has independently released two full-length albums to date which have been met with considerable praise. The band has been featured on NPR’s “The State of Things”, Fiona Richie’s “Thistle & Shamrock”, and WNCW’s Music Mix with Martin Anderson. Reaching across the ocean, music from the band’s sophomore release, “The Sea Has Spoken”, has been aired on the U.K. radio show “Reach On Air”.
Songs of Water was named "The Best Independent Band of 2012" by Indie Music Reviewer Magazine.
Currently the band is recording their third full-length album and video documentary, anticipated for a fall 2013 release.
Songs of Water is Elisa Rose, Michael Pritchard, Stephen Price, Greg Willette, Jon Kliegle, Luke Skaggs and Stephen Roach.