Ricochet Duo’s “The Woodswoman Project” honors Anne LaBastille

Image: Anne LaBastille
Anne LaBastille and Condor

Wednesday, May 13 | 7:00 p.m. 

GE Theater at Proctor’s

On Wednesday, May 13 at 7:00pm, The Kelly Adirondack Center at Union College presents Ricochet Duo [Rose Chancler, piano and Jane Boxall, marimba] in a multimedia program The Woodswoman Project: a tribute to Anne LaBastille as part of Union’s 3rd annual Adirondack Week festivities. This special program takes place in the GE Theater of Proctor’s, and attendees are invited for a free post-concert dessert reception with President Stephen C. Ainlay, Mrs. Judith Gardner Ainlay and the musicians.

The Woodswoman Project honors LaBastille’s tireless work as an international environmentalist, author and feminist icon, weaving together music, sound, images and light. The program celebrates the four tenets of LaBastille’s work:  water … woods … birds … silence.

The multimedia program includes stunning images by acclaimed Adirondack photographers Mark Bowie, Shaun Heffernan and Carl Heilman II alongside Adirondack-inspired music by Hilary Tann, Doug Opel, Bill Pfaff and Rain Worthington.

Free admission with a Union College ID.