Master Sea Trek Musicians Perform Live; Share the Sea Trek Experience with Utah County Residents

EVENTS: Two appearances by ENOCH TRAIN, award-winning instrumental folk-ensemble and anchor band from this year’s Sea Trek

LUNCHTIME CONCERT
WHEN: Thursday, October 18, 12:00 noon
WHERE: UVSC Quad (outside Cafeteria)
WHAT: Enoch Train will interact with the students, performing some songs and demonstrating use of various exotic instruments
TICKETS: FREE to the public

EVENING CONCERT
WHEN: Saturday, October 20, 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Regan Theater, UVSC Student Center
WHAT: Concert; ENOCH TRAIN will share songs and experiences from their Sea Trek adventure earlier this summer
TICKETS: $8; available at the McKay Center Box Office
Sponsored by TRIO Student Services and Friends of the Arts

Eight master musicians, ninety instruments and hundreds of years of musical and cultural heritage ?that’s the formula behind the success of ENOCH TRAIN, the Americana folk ensemble that will be performing at UVSC in Provo, Utah this weekend.

The award-winning band will be performing tunes from its recently released sophomore album, SET SAIL, at the concerts.

Fittingly enough, the band released the album after returning from the decks of the Statsraad Lehmkuhl, the flagship of Sea Trek 2001. Sea Trek 2001 was a re-enactment of nineteenth-century immigrant migration to the United States from northern Europe, complete with tall sailing ships. ENOCH TRAIN anchored the musical activities and performances that were part of Sea Trek.

 

 


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