Sept. 27 concert is cancelled

Batavia concert Sept. 27 is cancelled

The Evergreen Center for Nature, Arts, and Music has cancelled the concert schedule for Friday, Sept. 27, in the Batavia Armory Town Hall.

The concert was to be "View from Carew," with composer Rick Sowash, but Mr. Sowash is recuperating from a broken ankle. Evergreen Center patron and founder Angelo Santoro said he will reschedule the concert for after the first of the new year.

Mr. Santoro has scheduled a series of five performances for the remainder of 2019 at the Batavia Town Hall Armory’s Auxier Hall. Most concerts will be at 7:00 p.m. on Friday nights.

The Trance Vocal Ensemble, a Cincinnati-based elite chamber vocal ensemble of 24 singers, will perform November 9. Established by Director Scott Wyatt in January 2018, The Trance specializes in 8-part à cappella sacred repertoire and also performs celebrated classical works and more modern works.

The Burning Caravan, a gypsy jazz and swing instrumental and vocal ensemble that played here March 27 to an enthusiastic crowd, will perform on a Saturday evening.

Concerts schedule for the rest of 2019 are:

7:00 p.m. Fri., Oct 25:
Evening of Chamber Music

7:00 p.m. Fri., Nov. 9:
Trance Vocal Ensemble

7:00 p.m. Sat., Nov. 23:
The Burning Caravan

7:00 p.m., December date to be announced
Cincinnati Christmas Chorus

The Evergreen Center for Nature, Arts, and Music is located at the former home of Santoro Engineering Company at 1501 Old State Route 74, Batavia, Ohio 45103. Information about the Evergreen Center, the concert series, and donation opportunities is available from Angelo Santoro at, or at the Center’s address.