A World of Women’s Voices

This painting by Ettore De Maria Bergler, hangs in Palermo’s Palazzo dei Normanni, the house of the Sicilian Parliament. Titled, “The Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter in Syracuse,” or “I Ruderi del Tempio di Giove di Siracusa,” it was painted in 1891. 

Please join me in Middletown, Connecticut this Saturday, June 10 as part of Villa Palagonia music duo. We’ll share our Sicilian-inspired music and the stage with singer-songwriters Bev Grant and Sharon Goldman, during our collaborative concert, “A World of Women’s Voices,” at Bottonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center. 

More info at http://buttonwood.org/event/world-of-womens-voices/.

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