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As of the summer of 2020, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, 333 is on indefinite hiatus. We hope to resume our concerts once the public health situation stabilizes. Unfortunately, we don't expect that will be any time soon. Our regular venue, Annapolis Friends Meeting, will be closed for events until at least the end of 2020. 

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 Due to concerns about public health during the present covid-19 epidemic, this concert has been cancelled.
We hope to bring Elizabeth LaPrelle to perform for 333 at a future concert.

Elizabeth LaPrelle

guest host: Max Ochs

Friday, March 20, 7:30 PM
Annapolis Friends Meeting, 351 DuBois Rd., Annapolis 21401
Doors open by 7 PM. Free parking at the venue.

Elizabeth LaPrelle hails originally from Rural Retreat in southwestern Virginia. She's been performing Appalachian ballads and old-time songs since she was eleven. Her grasp of this repertoire has garnered high praise from many leading lights of Appalachian folk tradition. She's studied with noted singers like Ginny Hawker and Sheila Kay Adams, and explored songs found in archives and field recordings from the region.

Elizabeth's performances are truly riveting, even transporting, in their evocation of the mountain milieu. She has a powerful voice that tugs at both the ear and the heart. She sings many songs unaccompanied, but also plays the 5-string banjo.

I think Elizabeth started to appear on the folk circuit in our region around the time she went to college - she graduated from William & Mary with a major in Appalachian traditional performance. (Funny, they didn't offer that where I went to school!) She became an instant favorite for devotees of traditional singing. She now tours widely and is doing her part to pass the music along by teaching it. She's released three CDs under her own name, and two more with her duo partner Anna Roberts-Gevalt. And, she recently made her big-screen debut with a supporting role in the film The Mountain Minor.

Our host for this evening (333's "28th birthday" concert) will be 333's Host Emeritus, the inimitable Max Ochs. It was Max's idea to bring Elizabeth to 333, and we're pleased that it worked out!

-Tom Rhoads
Door Prices (more info)
General admission12.00
Discount admission65 and over10.00
Members (ATDS and affiliates)10.00
Advance online sales(discontinued during public health emergency)
Coming Up @ 333
More shows to come!
Contact 333
(443) 333-9613 
333 Coffeehouse is Annapolis’ monthly listening space for folk and acoustic music. Inexpensive hot and cold beverages, desserts and snacks are offered. 333 is listener-centered, volunteer powered, non-profit, and smoke- and alcohol-free.
We seek to foster a local community of acoustic music lovers.
333 is a program of the Annapolis Traditional Dance Society.