FOREST LAWN LECTURE-RECITAL

I'm very proud to present for Forest Lawn Cemetery's Sunday In The Cemetery Chapel Concert & Lecture Series for Women's History Month! 
NOTE this event will be streaming live online so be sure to tune in from wherever you are in the world! Instructions are here. More info here on theFacebook Invite.

Paralyzing the Boys: The Seven Singing Sutherland Sisters 
Join me for this fascinating exploration of the 7 Sutherland Sisters of Lockport, who took the late 19th century world by storm not only for their incredibly long hair (reputed to be 37 feet in combined length, due to their father's 'miraculous' hair tonic) but for their wonderful voices. We'll focus on Victoria Sutherland Craw who’s buried here in FLC; and then Naomi Sutherland Bailey, who had a miraculously low Bass voice. Like Naomi and Metropolitan Opera star/ low Contralto Kathleen Howard (also buried at FLC), Ms. Fatta is a female Baritone, and will perform live arias demonstrating the low female singing voice, with accompanist Roland E. Martin and surprise guests! Suzanne sings Bass with the world-famous Vivaldi's Women ensemble, and research about this group will shed light on the history of Low-Voiced Females. 

Tickets sell out quickly for this Series: book yours today online or at 716-885-1600! $20/$15 Members of the FL Heritage Foundation. Margaret L. Wendt Archive and Resource Center, 2062 Main St. Buffalo NY