This past Sunday, I had the pleasure of performing with The Wayward Companions at Braddock’s Battlefield History Center. It was a time traveling adventure as we performed a candlelight concert in the mid 18th century for a wonderful and attentive (sold out) audience.
Braddock’s Battlefield History Center is a sister museum to Fort Ligonier, commemorating Braddock’s defeat during the French & Indian War at the Battle of the Monongahela. This was a new venue for us and it was also the first time we tried out doing ‘first person’ 18th century, which was a lot of fun and received well by the audience! We were also honored to have Benjamin and Mrs. Franklin in attendance.
I also had fun staying with relatives over the weekend that live in the area (which I typically do when performing in or around the Ligonier area). So it was a great weekend away plus a very fun and rewarding performing experience.
So in the middle of hanging out with my relatives, I set out for Braddock’ Battlefield History Center!
It was great to perform at the new venue and I am looking forward to performing with Wayward Companions at some new venues this year, along with returning to some regular haunts.
See you on the road!
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