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2022-2023 DeCafe Ticket Subscription

The Moorestown Perkins DeCafe House Concert Series at Perkins Center for the Arts is back for the 2022-2023 season!

The DeCafe ticket subscription gets you into EVERY DeCafe concert of the 2022-2023 season.  The Moorestown DeCafe is a warm coffeehouse environment where great folks gather to enjoy live folk music, jazz, the blues, or world music once per month. Performers range from nationally known singer-songwriters to talented local musicians on the verge of breaking out.

Tickets go quickly and space is limited in order to provide an intimate setting for audience and performers alike. In keeping with its coffeehouse inspiration, the cost of admission includes coffee, tea, and light fare.

The paid series continues from October to April.

Concert dates:

9/9 - Jaclyn and Ellen Violin and Cello Duo

10/14 TBA

11/11 TBA

1/13 TBA

2/10 TBA

3/17 TBA

4/14 TBA

Level 1 : 150.00


9/9 DeCafe Concert featuring Ellen and Jaclyn

Date: 9/9/2022
Time: 8:00 PM
Artist : Ellen and Jaclyn 
We are happy to kick off our 2022-2023 DeCafe concert series with Ellen and Jaclyn, a violin and cello duo.  Read their bio below to learn more about the artist.  They are currently touring their new album, and have chose Perkins Center for the Arts as a stop along their tour!
Bio:
As a multicultural artist, with Scottish, Irish, French and Malaysian heritage, Jocelyn integrates the Celtic and folk traditions of her roots into her shows and compositions. With uplifting energy and engaging stage presence, she presents a lively and joyful performance of traditional, contemporary, and original music.
With her band and other collaborations, Jocelyn has toured across Canada, and in the U.S., the U.K., Europe, and Malaysia. Performances have taken her from international festival stages and theatres, to intimate house concerts and community dances; from medieval castles, to incomparably special hometown shows.
Jocelyn has appeared on CBC and BBC radio and television, and in numerous press publications; performed for royalty; and shared the stage with internationally-renowned artists, The Chieftains (Ireland), The Battlefield Band (Scotland), and Carlos Núñez (Spain).
As a recording artist, Jocelyn has released three albums – her Debut, received multiple award nominations, and her second album, Caravan, was nominated for “World Artist of the Year” at the Western Canadian Music Awards, and at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. A third album, Wind Rose, was released in June 2022, recorded with band members and special guest collaborators in BC and Scotland.
As an educator, Jocelyn has taught fiddle and stepdance lessons and workshops at numerous schools, venues, and festivals in Canada, the U.S., the U.K., and France.  She is passionate about sharing the joy of music and dance, and helping others learn.
An active member of her community, Jocelyn was named a 2017 BC Culture Days Ambassador, as part of a Canada-wide movement to make culture accessible to all.  She was selected as a 2010 Olympic Torchbearer, for Community Leadership Recognition.
Jocelyn has a Master of Music Degree, from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.  She performs with The Jocelyn Pettit Band, Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira, and other special collaborations.
Visit the News and Shows pages for the latest updates.
As a multicultural artist, with Scottish, Irish, French and Malaysian heritage, Jocelyn integrates the Celtic and folk traditions of her roots into her shows and compositions. With uplifting energy and engaging stage presence, she presents a lively and joyful performance of traditional, contemporary, and original music.
With her band and other collaborations, Jocelyn has toured across Canada, and in the U.S., the U.K., Europe, and Malaysia. Performances have taken her from international festival stages and theatres, to intimate house concerts and community dances; from medieval castles, to incomparably special hometown shows.
Jocelyn has appeared on CBC and BBC radio and television, and in numerous press publications; performed for royalty; and shared the stage with internationally-renowned artists, The Chieftains (Ireland), The Battlefield Band (Scotland), and Carlos Núñez (Spain).
As a recording artist, Jocelyn has released three albums – her Debut, received multiple award nominations, and her second album, Caravan, was nominated for “World Artist of the Year” at the Western Canadian Music Awards, and at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. A third album, Wind Rose, was released in June 2022, recorded with band members and special guest collaborators in BC and Scotland.
As an educator, Jocelyn has taught fiddle and stepdance lessons and workshops at numerous schools, venues, and festivals in Canada, the U.S., the U.K., and France.  She is passionate about sharing the joy of music and dance, and helping others learn.
An active member of her community, Jocelyn was named a 2017 BC Culture Days Ambassador, as part of a Canada-wide movement to make culture accessible to all.  She was selected as a 2010 Olympic Torchbearer, for Community Leadership Recognition.
Jocelyn has a Master of Music Degree, from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.  She performs with The Jocelyn Pettit Band, Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira, and other special collaborations.
Visit the News and Shows pages for the latest updates.
Tickets Available for this Event:
Level 1 : 25.00