The Leaves Bee Greene: a Peace Concert
with Vibeka Lyman on Harpsichord
Sunday, October 18, 5:00PM
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, 1924 Cedar Street, Berkeley
$15, no one turned away for lack of funds
Vibeka Lyman is a Bay Area harpsichordist who graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Mills College and has studied with several international and local performers. Her first harpsichord teacher was Laurette Goldberg, then Katherine R. Perl, Olivier Baumont, Davitt Moroney and Bibiane Lapointe. She spent some time living in France, where she studied privately and audited classes at the Conservatoire Boulogne Billancourt.
She enjoys living in the Bay Area and making this her home base. However, she wishes to continue traveling and performing. The name of this recital is taken from a piece written by William Inglot during the Elizabethan era which is a favorite of Ms. Lyman’s.
The evening will begin with a brief talk connecting Baroque and Renaissance music with her perception of world peace. Vibeka has spent several years as a social justice organizer and feels there is a connection between creating a more peaceful world, and filling it with music.
Come enjoy a beautiful night of early music and witness the unique interpretation of a woman who wants to bring the world closer through the magic of harpsichord.
Reception to follow.