In addition to our “P.M. Sundays” schedule of concerts we occasionally get the opportunity to present artists who will be in our area and our looking for a gig to fill out their schedule when traveling through. We began offering these in our last season and will continue to in the future allows. We feel you’ll enjoy these events as much as the Sunday shows. They will begin at
7:00 p.m. The same ticket fees apply. Please pass along to anyone you feel might enjoy these performances
LARRY & JOE
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. – Richmond Congregational Church, 20 Church St., Richmond, VT
Tickets will be $23 in advance and $25 day of show.
Admission for Children 16 and under and Seniors 65+ will be $15 in advance and $17.50 day of the concert.
For Details and Tickets – 802-434-4563 • email@example.com
Larry & Joe were destined to make music together.
Larry Bellorín hails from Monagas, Venezuela and is a legend of Llanera music. Joe Troop is from North Carolina and is a GRAMMY-nominated bluegrass and oldtime musician. Larry was forced into exile and is an asylum seeker in North Carolina. Joe, after a decade in South America, got stranded back in his stomping grounds in the pandemic. Larry works construction to make ends meet. Joe’s acclaimed “latingrass” band Che Apalache was forced into hiatus, and he shifted into action working with asylum seeking migrants.
Currently based in the Triangle of North Carolina, both men are versatile multi-instrumentalists and singer-songwriters on a mission to show that music has no borders. As a duo they perform a fusion of Venezuelan and Appalachian folk music on harp, banjo, cuatro, fiddle, maracas, guitar, upright bass, and whatever else they decide to throw in the van. The program they offer features a distinct blend of their musical inheritances and traditions as well as storytelling about the ways that music and social movements coalesce.