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Summer Concerts in the Greenhouse Garden-The Sasha Milan Trio and Ona Canoa

August 15, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
August 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Mount Auburn Cemetery Greenhouse
94 Grove Street
Watertown, MA 02472 United States

Enjoy the summer beauty of the flower gardens outside the Mount Auburn Greenhouses while listening to folk and bluegrass performances by local artists. Limited seating available, please bring your own blanket or chair. Rain or Shine.  In case of rain we will move inside the greenhouse

Parking available at the Greenhouse:  94 Grove Street, Watertown.

This Month’s Artists: 

Ona Canoa is a new Western Massachusetts folk trio with a timeless sound. The group is comprised of Chelsie Field (baritone ukulele/ vox), Eliza Hollister (flute/ vox), and Tess Burdick (guitar/vox). The trio’s foundation as best friends is evident in their performances, and their connection on stage inspires joy in listeners of all ages. With their tight, three-part harmonies and unique songwriting ability, Ona Canoa puts on a show you will not want to miss.

Sasha Milan is a singer/songwriter/guitarist based in Boston, MA. Sasha’s songwriting often weaves personal narrative with themes drawn from folklore, mythology and other stories. Sasha believes that these stories, when set to music, can be powerful access points to the workings of our subconscious. With a blend of acoustic and electric instrumental dialogue, melancholy yet uplifting lyricism is delivered through dynamic melodies and grounded by driving rhythms.

In 2017, Sasha released her EP “Groundhog Day” and released her single “Digital Age” in March 2019, with an EP soon to follow.

Sasha Milan: Guitar/Vocals

Tom Quitadamo: Bass/Vocal Accompaniment

Dave Pierce: Drums

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Funding for programs has been provided in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Watertown Cultural Council, and the Watertown Community Foundation

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