For lovers of music, food and fellowship

Free admission, everyone's welcome and bring the kids
Notescape means Doo-Wop, Jazz and American Songbook.

A fund-raiser for the Choral Boosters at Falmouth High School

"Higher Grounds" coffee house on Sunday, May 4 and 4pm

We will be having our next "Higher Grounds" coffee house on Sunday, May 4, 2014 4-6PM at the parish hall of the Waquoit Congregational Church (corner of Parsons Lane and Route 28 in Waquoit, East Falmouth.) Join us for an afternoon of music, nourishment and fellowship.

First Class Music starring Notescape

Notescape enjoys sharing arrangements from American songbook selections, doo-wop favorites, and tunes from the “jazz decades,” both a cappella and with guitar. Now slimmed down to a quintet, the group at various team strengths has pleased public and private audiences on the Upper Cape for more than a dozen years. In the past year the all-male group has collaborated with wonderful female performers, Tedi Marsh at Cotuit Arts Center and Synch or Swim, a women’s quartet.

Contributions to support the Choral Boosters at Falmouth High School

Notescape members spend other time in their lives involved with medicine, science, music performance, and retirement; they live in the Upper Cape: director Tom Goux, bass vocals and guitar; Doug Mann, baritone; Peter Hopewood, second tenor; Peter Clark, tenor; and Joe Hackler, top tenor.

Notescape is pleased to be dedicating any contributions at the Higher Ground Coffee House on May 4 to the support of the Choral Boosters at Falmouth High School. We all know that singing frees the heart and builds bonds across generations, genders, and gaps of all kinds.

Also performing: Soulfege

Soulfege, the Falmouth High School A Cappella Group, Just won the Adjudicators' Award, which is given to the group with an average score of 95 or higher at the choral competition in Washington D.C.

Listen and watch Soulfege perform in the video below.

Delicious, wholesome food for sale

Free admission. All are welcome. Bring the kids.

For further information contact Paul Rifkin [email protected] 508-737-9545.

(Soulfege in concert. YouTube video.)


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