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Performed acapella within the POST exhibition, friends Pearl and Jill bring their voices together to sing songs from four distinctive cultures – Celtic, Spanish, American, and Yiddish. This short program is a celebration of female voices alone and in harmony. A slight touch of percussion seasons the pot from time to time, but the voice takes center stage in this brief but transporting program.
PERFORMANCE BEGINS at 6 PM
Due to the intimate setting of this performance, masks are preferred.
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KANEKO Galleries will close at 800PM; we encourage you to explore the space before and after the evening’s programs.
Pearl Lovejoy Boyd has sung with many local Omaha artists over the years. Among her professional singing appearances, she was a member of the folk Americana group Outlaw Con Bandana, the Mynabirds with Laura Burhenn, as well as appearing locally with Simon Joyner, Dan McCarthy, Jake Bellows, and David Nance. When Pearl lived in the Dominican Republic, she sang Spanish music with a trio called Tres Caballeros. You can see her in the Orenda Fink music video “Ace of Cups” on Youtube. Her musical interests span many styles, including Spanish, American Folk, Jazz, Blues, and Rock.
Jill Anderson, an Omaha native, has had a long career in the arts working primarily as a singer, actor, director and educator. Her performance career has spanned the United States with theatre and concert appearances in venues as varied as the Library of Congress in Washington DC to an abandoned train station in Omaha, Nebraska. Besides professional theatre, concert and cabaret work, Jill has acted as Artistic Director for the Joslyn Castle Literary Festival, recorded four CDs of Irish folk music, and created theatre projects for people with developmental disability. Jill has had the pleasure of performing the role of Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd at Barter Theatre in Virginia and at Lawrence Arts Center in Kansas.
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