Seeger tribute at Woodstock

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Staff | March 11, 2014

WOODSTOCK, ILL - Off Square Music will present "We Remember Pete" at the Unity Spiritual Center, 225 Calhoun Street in Woodstock  on Saturday, March 15 at 8 p.m. General admission is $12.

The program will feature folk artist and songwriter Mark Dvorak of Riverside, Ill., leading the audience through some of folk singer and activist Pete Seeger's best-known songs. Dvorak has followed in the footsteps of Seeger as a musician, educator and community builder. He toured for six seasons with "WeaverMania!," performing Seeger's role as a singer, storyteller and banjo player, and has given hundreds of presentations on American folk music in elementary schools and for community organizations across the country.
"All of humanity has lost a great artist and teacher," said Dvorak. "Pete lived a very long and productive life. He leaves behind a lot of great songs we can learn to sing together, and a social model upon which we can learn to take care of each other, and the planet. I am thrilled to be a part of the Woodstock music community, and looking forward to singing together in the beautiful sanctuary at Unity."

Visit the "We Remember Pete" page at Visitors are invited to send in their remembrances of Seeger and song requests. Those wishing to sing with Dvorak may contact him directly at
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