Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Songwriters Exchange May 11 @ 7:00pm

Please join us for our fourth monthly Songwriters Exchange Concert on Sunday, May 11th at Pompanuck Farm.

Songwriters Exchange Concert Series:

Performances by area singer/songwriters- come explore the creative process during an evening of listening and conversation between audience members and this month's performers: Bob Warren, Deb Cavanaugh and Greg van Houten.
A songwriter and performer for more than thirty-years, Bob Warren has been on the road bringing his emotionally charged and lyrically astute songs to appreciative audiences throughout North America in venues ranging from coffeehouses like The Caffè Lena (Saratoga Springs, NY) and The Turning Point (Piermont, NY) to outdoor festivals and house concerts. "Musically right on the mark! Irresistible rock, gentle introspection, variety, wit, and killer hooks", Ellen Geisel, Dirty Linen magazine. Find out more about Bob at his website: www.bob-warren.com.
Deb Cavanaugh, the recipient of a "Meet the Composers" grant, was recently a semi-finalist in the annual national JPFolks lyric contest. Deb performs at venues such as Caffè Lena and other coffeehouses in the greater Albany area and teaches songwriting workshops for young people at various summer camps, libraries and schools. Visit her website at www.cavandkav.com
Greg Van Houten grew up in NJ surrounded by garage bands. "Wound up on the B side because all the A side stuff was being done". Living in Southern VT for over 15 years, Greg brings his brand of Americana and folk-rock to small venues in the area with occasional forays into the greater Northeast region. Visit his My Space page at www.myspace.com/gregvanhouten

Hosted by long-time friends, music collaborators and fellow singer/songwriters Scott Carrino and Ferrilyn Sourdiffe.

Sunday, May 11 at The Round House, Pompanuck Farm, 494 Chestnut Hill Rd, Cambridge, NY. 7pm. Admission is $5.
Desserts, coffee and tea available.


Pompanuck Farm Institute and eco-retreat center is in the hills of White Creek, NY, just fifteen minutes northwest of Bennington, VT.
Pompanuck's Roundhouse hosts concerts, lectures, meetings, and public and private events in the upstairs Great Room. With the capacity to seat 50+ people, many fine musicians have noted this room to be remarkable for its excellent sound quality and intimacy.
In addition to concerts, events on Pompanuck's schedule include The International Cordwood Building Conference, benefits for local and international organizations, an annual Memorial Day Arts Celebration, classes and workshops in yoga, TaiJi, bodywork and international cooking, as well as retreats and other gatherings.
Pompanuck also offers educational opportunities for children and adults in a wide variety of subjects - music, theatre, visual arts, dance, circus, and natural-building arts as well as week-long outdoor education opportunities for local and regional schools and disadvantaged teenagers from New York City and local County programs.

Please visit www.pompanuck.org to see the schedule and for info and directions

1 comment:

lark53 said...

It was truly an honor to be a part of this event. It was a wonderful opportunity to think about my songs and songwriting in a different light. Thanks to Ferrilyn and Scott for hosting.

Deb