STORYTELLING CONCERTS

EdgecombKurdshepherdsA Thousand Doorways

While gathering the vanishing folkloric tales of the Kurdish people Diane embarked on a seven-year quest, traveling to remote mountain villages in Turkey, places usually forbidden to outsiders. Diane tells the dramatic story of this life-changing journey and, along with legends from her book, A Fire In My Heart: Kurdish Tales, of the people who shared their lives and their stories with her.

“We LOVED!!! Diane’s performance! We were able to not only honor International Womens Day, but the Kurdish New Year and World Anti-Racism Day as well. It was an amazing synergy.”  – Intercultural Center Coordinator, Johnson & Wales University

ArbStr Photo by Pamela Ruby RussellreducedsizeStorytelling and Celtic Harp

Diane brings to life beautiful tales from Celtic lands accompanied by long time collaborator Celtic harper Margot Chamberlain

 

wintersolsticeSolstice Gatherings

For years Diane Edgecomb accompanied by Celtic harper Margot Chamberlain has had the pleasure of performing Midsummer Magic and The Winter Solstice in Legend and Song during the Solstice season. Every tale is filled with rich cultures and traditions.

“What a fabulous performance! The stories were fascinating and the music was beautiful we had so many people stop by to say how much they enjoyed it. It was the perfect way to start off the winter season.” – Liz Bailey  Morse Institute Library, Natick, MA

rose - salmon elizabeth park by Ginny MazurNature Storytelling

Take a walk on the wild side with these original and folkloric tales. Don’t miss In the Groves, a collection of tree myths and songs that is now an award-winning audio recording.

“It was one of the most moving storytelling nights I’ve experienced. It reawakened in me, and perhaps all of us there, a sense of the spirit in things.” – Storyteller, Jay O’Callahan

Diane Edgecomb ~ Storyteller All Storytelling Concerts

Diane Edgecomb has tailored entertaining and inspiring performances that include programs like The Salmon of Wisdom, Tales of the Supernatural, and Gawain and the Green Knight. All work is suitable for adult audiences.

“Edgecomb is a virtuoso of the spoken word!” Publisher’s Weekly