Elizabeth Brightbill or Andrew Gabbert
P.O. Box 400
Crozet VA, 22932
Duo Concert - $700 to $1,100
Trio concert with pianist Maria Yefimova - $1,300 to $2,000
Workshops, master classes, coachings - $300 to $600
School and add-on community engagement performances - $300 to $600
Rates are negotiable. Discounts are offered for block bookings or for school concerts, workshops, and master classes scheduled in conjunction with other services. Travel is included in concert fees. Accommodations are negotiable.
Throughout the year
An armless chair of standard adult height, appropriate concert stage lighting. For trio concerts, an acoustic grand piano tuned the day of the performance. Depending on venue, a
microphone for spoken voice.
EDUCATIONAL/COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: An armless chair of standard adult height. For trio concerts, an acoustic piano. Depending on venue, a microphone for spoken voice.
Terra Voce thrills audiences with lively concert programs that explore a colorful array of musical styles from Baroque to tango, Brazilian choro, and European folk. Known for performances that combine the diverse and unexpected, cellist Andrew Gabbert and flutist Elizabeth Brightbill connect with their listeners through music that surprises, uplifts, and inspires curiosity. The duo’s down-to-earth approach creates a relaxed and refreshingly informal setting for performances that test the limits of what is possible on just two instruments. Terra Voce has appeared on the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center, in the Christ Chapel Chamber Series at New York City's Riverside Church, and as finalists in the National Flute Association's Chamber Music Competition. The duo has released two CDs: a self-‐titled debut CD and The Frost is All Over, which was chosen as an "Editor's Pick" on CD Baby.
Terra Voce concerts feature the ensemble’s arrangements of Brazilian choro, contemporary tangos, Irish, Scandinavian, and Eastern European traditional sets, works by Baroque masters and standard compositions written specifically for flute and cello. Terra Voce also offers programs with the internationally acclaimed pianist Maria Yefimova, combining works from their duo repertoire with trios from the classical repertoire.
Terra Voce offers an interactive elementary school program, Musical Opposites, that explores musical terms such as treble, bass, tempo, dynamics, etc. within the broader topic of opposites. Concepts are illustrated through the performance of diverse musical styles from around the world.
Terra Voce also offers concerts, master classes and/or workshops for middle, high school, and college music students. Add-on community engagement concerts for libraries, schools, healthcare facilities, etc. are available for all ages and can be tailored to the specific needs of the presenter.