Wednesday, November 6, 2013

The Ocean Quartet
 at The Cellar Stage 
November 22, 2013

OCEAN Quartet


Folk-Rock pioneer Jennifer Cutting, mastermind of The New St. George has returned with a magical collection of holiday music for all generations and wisdom traditions. Her new full-length CD, Song of Solstice, combines brand-new winter songs with old favorites, folky authenticity with cutting-edge electronics, and rousing bagpipes and drums with gentle recorders and harps. It even puts legendary chanteuse Annie Haslam, the voice of the British 70s prog-rock band Renaissance, on the same album with music from the real, historical Renaissance! Cutting started her project with a simple idea: to create music for the winter holidays that worked for everyone: Jew and Gentile, Christian and Pagan. Cutting lost her parents as a child; after her grandmother also passed away, she was raised by Indian swamis in a Hindu ashram in Florida. Partly due to this unusual childhood, she has long been a spiritual and musical seeker on many divergent paths. Song of Solstice celebrates the things all spiritual traditions share in their observance of wintertime: the blessing of human companionship in the cold times of the year, the endless round of the seasons, the return of warmth and light, and even the wisdom and strength to be found in the darkness.

The Ocean Quartet in concert Friday, November 22, 2013 at The Cellar Stage
located at Faith Community United Methodist Church, 
5315 Harford Rd at Gibbons Ave in Baltimore, MD, 21214
Tickets are $21.00
Show time is 8:00 P.M.  Doors open at 7:00 P.M. 
Tickets & information, call 410-521-9099 or

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