FARMINGTON — The Farmington Historical Society brings two acclaimed Canadian groups together on stage at the North Church, 118 High St., at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 19, in The Sisterhood of Sound Tour.

The ethereal art-folk harmony between The Lifers (Liv and Anita Cazzola) and Annie Sumi is the Sisterhood of Sound Tour.”  Softly plucked strings, accordion swells and waves of cello provide a warm nest for the three-part harmonies. With moments of extreme tenderness and explosive energy, The Sisterhood of Sound has woven together a live performance that tells vivid stories that warm hearts and inspire action. 

Sumi is a critically-acclaimed folk artist from Southern Ontario. Since the release of her debut-album, “Reflections,” in 2015, she has received nominations for “Best Singer-Songwriter” (TIMAs, 2015), “Contemporary Roots Album of the Year” (Hidden Roots Collective, CFMAs, 2017), and more. With the release of her latest album, “In the Unknown,” this songwriter has brought color and vision to the Canadian music scene. 

Doors open at 6 p.m. for a pie social and jam session. Anyone interested in joining the jam session need only bring his or her instrument. Children participating in the jam session will get free admission to the performance.

     Show tickets are $15 for the general population, $10 for high school and college students, $5 for elementary students. Preschoolers are free.

     Reservations may be made by calling 207-778-2006.


Liv and Anita Cazzola and Annie Sumi