Bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic, and join us for the Phil’s free family-friendly outdoor concert at the library! Our program honors the living story of the Wampanoag Nation who live among us and upon whose land the town of Plymouth resides. Two Worlds, One Land – Revisited was originally scheduled for performance earlier this year and canceled due to a late-January blizzard.
FEATURING: Brent Michael Davids’ Prayer and Celebration, the final two movements of his Powwow Symphony; Tonya Wind Singer’s Creation, offering a Native perspective on how we are connected to each other and all things around us; Alex Berko’s Mayflower, drawing from the origins of the Mayflower Compact; Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, a sonic reflection on the convergence of these two worlds and the land we all love and share.
Held outdoors on the Front Lawn of the Plymouth Public Library. Steven Karidoyanes conducting.
Please Note: Parking is not available at the library. An air-conditioned shuttle is available from the Center for Active Living (CAL), beginning at 2 pm. The shuttle will make return trips to the CAL immediately following the concert.