First Fridays@Five: Wailing Banshees + Ánima, March 7

Josten Library hosts Smith’s own Celtic ensemble, the Wailing Banshees, with Ánima, a bracing folk vocal quartet, and step-dancing, in a spririted farewell to winter. Josten Library Mezzanine.
Friday, March 7, 2014
5:00 pm Wailing Banshees + Ánima
Josten Performing Arts Library mezzanine

Free of charge and open to all!

Smith’s Celtic ensemble, the Wailing Banshees, directed by Ellen Redman, features the best craic on campus.  Ánima, a folk quartet, sings Corsican/American/Balkan/Georgian, and features singers from  three of the five colleges: Corinne Ducey ‘14, Elizabeth Henle ‘14, Isobel Arthen MHC ‘14, and Rory Woodard HC ‘14.  There will be singing, there will be step-dancing, and there will most definitely be noise in the library.

First Fridays @ Five at Josten Library

A patron-driven performance series in Josten Library's acoustically brilliant mezzanine. Students, faculty, and staff in the performing arts offer informal live music, dance, and theatre performances on first Fridays during the semester at 5:00 pm – a great way to welcome the weekend. On Green Street, between Sage and Ford Halls. Josten First Fridays @ Five are open to  the public and free of charge.

Contact

Janet Spongberg
Josten Performing Arts Library
jspongbe@smith.edu