Schoodic Arts for All Coffeehouse Claudia Schmidt and Sally Rogers
Winter Harbor – For almost four decades, Claudia Schmidt has been exploring the nuances of acoustic music with her voice, 12 string guitar and mountain dulcimer with an exciting collection of original, traditional, and contemporary writing. She has been featured on PRI’s A Prairie Home Companion, Mountain Stage, a television documentary on KTCA-TV in St. Paul called “I Sing Because I Can’t Fly”, and has written music for and acted in the musical “Bag Lady Tendencies” with Friends Mime Theater in Milwaukee and Frank Galati’s production of “Good Person of Szechuan” at the Goodman Theater in Chicago, for which she won a Jefferson Award. All those elements of performing are brought to bear at a Schmidt performance as she mines the humor and poignancy of our lives and shapes it into a ‘one-woman revitalization movement’. From small clubs to large concert stages, her craft is at its height in live performance – the stage is her natural habitat, and every member of her audience is made to feel welcome and energized by her presentation.
Great Desserts and locally roasted coffee, too!
Friday, August 31, 2018 at 7:00 PM
$15 suggested donation
Hammond Hall, 427 Main Street, Winter Harbor, ME 04693
For more information, call 963-2569 or go to www.schoodicartsforall.org