Canadian-born banjo master Jayme Stone has built his career around exploring music from every corner of the world. With a variety of instruments and voices Stone's Lomax Project recreates the early music of America first captured in the landmark field recordings of Alan Lomax. From sea shanties to work songs to Appalachian ballads, the Lomax Project will transport you back through centuries of song.
Jayme Stone's Lomax Project performs Wednesday, July 22, in the Terrace Garden, George Eastman House, 900 East Avenue. 6 p.m. $10 adults, $6 members, $5 students (ages 13–18), kids 12 and under free with paid adult admission. 271-3361; eastmanhouse.org; jaymestone.com.