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Photos from 2014 Voice Works at Centrum

Photos from 2014 Voice Works at Centrum

The 2014 Voice Works gathering was simply inspiring. We were deeply impressed by the level of fearlessness and artistry that the participants and faculty brought to Fort Worden. We can’t wait to do it again next year! Roz Powell  took some terrific photos of all of you during the week, so grab a cup of coffee, and take

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Honky-Tonk Polka Dot Dance and Concert!

Get your dancing shoes on and polka dot attire ready for the first summer dance of 2014!   “It’s on” for Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the McCurdy Pavilion @ Fort Worden State Park.  Featuring plenty of space for dancing and indoor beer garden.  All ages welcome.   Click here for more information and performers’ list! Tickets: $20

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Who are The Cactus Blossoms?

Country music has a long-held appreciation for sibling bands, and it seems there’s no sweeter sound than two brothers harmonizing over a sad country tune. The Cactus Blossoms play country music the way the best always have: with an ear for universal truth in commonplace stories and for real emotion in simple melodies and beautiful harmonies.

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Pharis Romero & the Long Gone Out West Blues

Pharis Romero – along with her husband Jason – connect the 1920s to nearly the 2020s in an incredibly honest way – with constant threads of vibrantly close duet singing, poignant songwriting, hand-made banjos, and old acoustic guitars. It’s no surpise that she is a Voice Works favorite. Pharis is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, teacher, and

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Swinging Harmony with Sylvia Herold

Whenever we convene a gathering of singers, harmony ensues. And when we think of harmony at Voice Works, we think of Sylvia Herold. Sylvia grew up in West L.A. in a musical family. Her mother, Virginia, played piano and sang Gilbert and Sullivan. Her father, Henry, played guitar and sang Johnny Cash songs. As a

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