An Outside Concert at Lock 30 of the Erie Canal (rain location: Macedon Library)
Saturday, July 13
Dance, sing, and experience traditional and folk music from cultures across the world! Sagit Zilberman will perform an interactive global music program for families and children. This program introduces audience members to instruments such as the didgeridoo, rainstick, tongue drum, handpan, and saxophone, and through unique sounds and songs, invites them to celebrate and appreciate the diversity of nature, animals, and cultures across the globe. It also empowers young and the young at heart to use their own voices, rhythm, and body as instruments to play and create music with others.
International jazz saxophonist/composer/recording artist Sagit Zilberman has toured, recorded, and shared the stage with some of the finest musicians in contemporary music. An alumna of Berklee College of Music, Sagit’s passionate dedication and skillful execution on her instruments has been widely acknowledged. She has made it her personal mission to embody a vision of what it looks like to be a healthy, productive, and successful musician. Sagit has toured internationally with renowned Polish, Israeli, and Brazilian artists. Her “Songs of Peace”& “Song & Dance Around the Planet” workshops shed new light and sharpen the message which she wants to share with the world.
This outdoor concert will be held at the Lock 30 Canal Park. In the case of rain, the concert will move to the library.