Summit Presbyterian Church
6757 Greene Street
Mt. Airy PA
Please use Westview Ave Entrance
Contras & Squares
Wish that we could be dancing, but in the meantime…
join us for a
Special On-Line Concert
Eloise & Co. features the combined creative force of two of the country’s most sought-after dance musicians, Becky Tracy and Rachel Bell. These two, sometimes playing as a duo and other times joined by various guest guitarists including Owen Morrison, Andrew VanNorstrand, and Bethany Waickman, crank out dance and concert music with unbridled energy and soaring beauty.
Originally thrown together at a gig where Becky led the contra dance portion of the evening and Rachel led the French dance part of the evening, they have continued to fuse these two elements into their concerts and dances, as well as adding songs and original compositions to the mix.
Their first recording, More, Please was released in July of 2018, and as it name suggests, they are already dreaming of the next recording.
Check out sample recordings here:
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Until further notice
Here is hoping that you are weathering the situation well and healthy.
Keep in touch with your dance friends online or by email.
Follow the health protocols.
And we will be glad to see each other on the dance floor when we can!
Proud Associate member of PATMAD and CDSS
Location: Summit Church Click here for a Google Map
Join us for an evening of Celtic, French, Quebecois, and contra dance tunes, including some of our own compositions.
Clear a little space to dance along with us, as we'll infuse the concert with French dance moments, with demo included so that you'll know what to do even if you've never tried it.
Hop on the comments section to chat with your friends and to let us know what kind of holiday treat you're enjoying during the concert.
See you there!
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