An Earth Day concert on Sunday, April 22, will fill Dorothy Ramon Learning Center’s Gathering Hall with a Celtic-inspired blend of voices and musical instruments.
Lionheart, a quartet weaving a tapestry of music including Celtic, world traditions, classical, pop, rock and originals, will perform “A Concert for the Earth,” from 3-5 p.m. at the Center’s San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians Gathering Hall, 127 N. San Gorgonio, Banning.
The quartet led by Giselle L. Marciszewski presents a sometimes driving, yet sometimes haunting soundscape, including acoustic 6- & 12-string guitars, classical guitar, baritone and soprano vocals, oboe, English horn, Irish pennywhistles, recorder, keyboard, double bass, electric bass and percussion. Marciszewski describes the planned concert as, “A musical journey through songs of traditions, of spirit, and of the mysteries all around us – with an eye toward the beauty of this planet, our home, and with intriguing inspiration (musical & otherwise) from the lands of the Celts.”
Admission is $10. Fourth Sundays, a cross-cultural concert series every fourth Sunday, benefits Dorothy Ramon Learning Center’s nonprofit work to save and share Southern California’s Native American cultures, languages, history, and traditional arts, according to organizers. Next on May 27 will be the smooth sounds of GG & The Jazzmasters.