COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD'S TRIBUTE TO FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE & NURSING
Country Joe plus 2 Opening Acts: Evilie Delfino Sales and Hali Hammer
Evelie Delfino Sles Posch is a Sacred Song Singer/Writer; recording artist; multi-instrumentalist; choral director; music educator; and magical activist whose talents have flourished for many moons, spanning the traditions of her ancestors and the progressive edge of ethnic/tribal, folkloric world music today. Evelie sings with 13 ensembles and directs 3 of them.
Hali Hammer is an award-winning singer/songwriter, a special education teacher at Oxford Elementary School in Berkeley, California, and is thrilled not to have to write a protest song at the onset of a presidential administration!
Country Joe presents a compelling one man show of spoken word and song. Highlighting the story of the "Lady with the Lamp," her connection with professional nursing as we know it today, her birth and family, and her Crimean War experiences.
Country Joe McDonald, inspired by Vietnam War nurse Lynda Van Devanter, has been studying the life of Florence Nightingale for 30 years. He has put together his original songs, prose in his words and others,' and the words of Florence Nightingale herself to tell her amazing story.
There will be a brief intermission before Country Joe's tribute.
Refreshments including wine will be for sale.
Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Committee for Women's History Month
Benefit for the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
Online registration ends Thursday, March 5 at 12 noon. Tickets available at the door only if space is available.
1924 Cedar St. at Bonita
Berkeley, CA 94709
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