Singer-songwriter Cat London will perform the first fall concert of the Music at St. Philip’s 2019 season on Sunday, Sept. 8 at 3 p.m., in the historic St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 10 Chapel Road, New Hope.
London is a New Jersey-based indie artist backed by a four-piece “dark pop” influenced band. Her songwriting combines a tender portrayal of love with electrified indie-pop grooves. Recognized for her rich vocals and the controlled musicality of her piano playing, London has shared the stage with performers from the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir to Bon Jovi’s Bobby Bandiera. She has appeared at legendary venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Hard Rock San Francisco, Count Basie Theater and the Strand Theater.
The Sept. 8 concert will feature London’s unique songwriting and performing of indie-pop music.
Performers in the Music at St. Philip’s 2019 season include violinist Alexandre Djokic and pianist Roburt Gajdos, shakuhachi Japanese flutist Glenn Swann, and cello and piano duo Noelle and Sebastian Grand.
All of the concerts are scheduled for Sundays at 3 p.m. Admission is free and the concerts are open to the public. Donations for the performers and St. Philip’s will be gratefully accepted.