Friday March 24 – 7:00pm
Perry & Caren Cleaveland: Canal Way
Continuing the wonderful partnership, which began in 2016, the Seneca Museum and the Women’s National Historical Park 2016 Partnership our next program is being presented in the Historic Wesleyan Chapel at the Women’s Rights National Historical Park.
Tonight’s performance will highlight a varied and diverse presentation of songs from the 18th century…such as by the patriot Francis Hopkinson, to tunes of the 19th century immortalized up to and beyond the Civil War era; all interspersed with the music infused by the culture of the people involved in the canal ways of our country’s past and present times.
Caren, and her husband Perry, perform locally playing and signing a variety of folk, historical and ethnic pieces utilizing instrumentation including guitar, bass, mandolin, fiddle and open-back banjo. Caren and Perry sing a variety of historical folk and old-time music as performed throughout New York State. They have played on several television and radio programs, as well as for several Art Councils (NYSCA) across New York counties. They thoroughly enjoying sharing their love of music and history with their many and diverse audiences.
Admission is FREE and begins at 7:00pm.
So join us at the Women’s Rights National Historical Park and enjoy an evening of beautiful music in the venerable WESLEYAN CHAPEL.