WILTON — Peter and Donna Campion will share tales of love and everyday life from British folk music, along with a few drinking and hunting songs, as part of “As I Roved Out,” an evening of British folk music.

The concert will be at 7 p.m. at Baker’s Market Cafe, 285 Main St.

The Campions recently performed a recital of light classical music at the University of Maine at Farmington and a concert of traditional British and Celtic music with the group Talisker at Skye Theater in Carthage.

Donna grew up in the Finger Lakes area of New York and has played the accordion for as long as she can remember. She has sung professionally with Light Opera of Manhattan and teaches voice. Peter grew up in England and lists British folk music, real ale and the music of Franz Schubert among his interests.

The performance is part of “Sing to ME in Wilton, ME,” a series of occasional concerts to highlight and support local performers. Admission is by donation, with all proceeds going to the performers. Light supper items and desserts will be available before the concert. For more information, call 779-9026.

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