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Ágról Ágra: from Branch to Branch is a unique and dynamic a cappella program of Hungarian folk songs presented in their traditional forms and as arrangements by contemporary composers Song Yi Jeon, Guillermo Klein, Marisa Michelson, and Sara Serpa, alongside original songs by Béla Bartók, one of Hungary’s most prominent composers and folk song collectors.

Tickets to this event are by donation collected on site via PayPal, cash, or check (made payable to Amagansett Life-Saving Station). All proceeds will go to the Amagansett Life-Saving Station. The concert will be followed by a free reception presented by the Amagansett Life-Saving Station. Please visit https://liberocanto.org/events/ for more information or info@liberocanto.org with any further questions.

Ágról Ágra: from Branch to Branch performers are Kinga Cserjési, Deborah Carmichael, Marisa Michelson, and Margot Bassett Silver.

Ágról Ágra is a project of the Libero Canto School of Singing. With its roots in 1930s Hungary, Libero CantoTM is a holistic, process-oriented approach to vocal pedagogy. It is called, “the path to free singing” (la via al libero canto), because the goal is to liberate people who wish to sing from physical, emotional, or mental constraints, so that they can make music through singing with ease, grace, honesty, and joy. Teachers and students of the Libero Canto Approach have presented numerous concert projects throughout Europe and the greater New York area that encompass the music of composers such as Monteverdi, Pergolesi, Handel, Beethoven, Brahms and many more! For more information about the Libero Canto Approach and upcoming concerts, please visit liberocanto.org.

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