The Church of the Epiphany is hosting a concert with the artists, Hoag, Kelley and Pilzer on the occasion of Norway’s Constitution Day, May 17.
Andrea Hoag, Loretta Kelley, and Charlie Pilzer have performed at concerts and dances across the U.S. and in Europe for over 25 years, including appearances on All Things Considered, Performance Today, and Prairie Home Companion.
Andrea, known for her versatile fiddling, studied intensively with elder fiddlers Päkkos Gustaf and Nils Agenmark. Loretta is a player of the hardingfele (Hardanger fiddle), an ornately-decorated Norwegian folk violin with sympathetic strings and a 300-year-old tradition. She has studied with numerous master fiddlers in Norway and placed highly in Norwegian fiddle competitions. Charlie is an award-winning performer and producer of traditional and acoustic music.
Free-Will Offering taken for the performers.
Where: The Church of the Epiphany, Metro Center in downtown Washington, D.C., 1317 G Street, NW,
When: May 19 at 12:10 - 1:00 pm
Info: (202) 347 - 2635 x18 or www.epiphanydc.org