"Your tune sets matched the dances beautifully, and were gorgeously played. I'd be delighted get to work with you again anytime!"
Performances we offer:Concerts - theaters, town greens, coffee houses, Arts Council events, folk clubs, college series, school presentations etc;Festivals - folk festivals, expositions, agricultural fairs and more;Contra Dances - major and local dance series, festival dances, dance weekends, wedding dances etc;Celebrations - weddings, anniversaries, civil unions, you name it;Corporate Events - acoustic music for background, for listening or for dancing;and more besides - not being listed here doesn't exclude your event. Let us know what you have in mind!
On Saturday 10th Julywe'll be giving an acoustic concertin the Salisbury Congregational Church.See our calendar for details.
We're still working on our forthcoming album, but there's a long way to go so don't start holding your breath just yet!
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More about us:
Rich harmonies and compelling rhythms imbued with a deep love of the tradition, high levels of creativity and emotional expression and a healthy dose of fun are the hallmarks of an Atlantic Crossing performance. The band is bringing to life the music of the Helen Hartness Flanders Collection of traditional New England songs, and we research, write and perform material relating to local history.
Atlantic Crossing have appeared at numerous festivals, concert series, and on Public Radio. We have toured frequently in the USA and in the UK and, as a high energy contradance band, have played at many of the major US dance series as well as dance weekends. We now have five recordings to our name on CD, as well as a compilation of sets of dance tunes available on CD.
For many years, Atlantic Crossing were accepted to the Vermont Arts Council's juried artists register, a selection of the state's best artists, and, in recognition of our contribution to the cultural heritage of the state, were designated "American Masterpiece" artists in a joint program of the Vermont Arts Council & Vermont Folklife Center. Both of these programs are now discontinued.
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