Vita Voci, an eight-person vocal ensemble, will take the audience on a musical journey from Elizabethan England to America’s Appalachia in a free concert at the Livermore Civic Center Library, 1188 South Livermore Ave, at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 29.
Accompanied by fiddler Anne Bingham Goess and clarinetist David Yaffe, Vita Voci will perform music from 13th century England and Ireland, and from early 20th century Appalachia.
Founded in 2012, Vita Voci literally means “life voices.” Its members include Lucy Hair, Susan Moreno, Susan Anderson, Sally Mote-Yaffe, Kurt Haller, David Yaffe, Michael Regal, and John Riley.
This program is part of the Authors and Arts Series, supported by the Friends of the Livermore Public Library. For information about additional events, go to www.livermorelibrary.net or call (925) 373-5500.