Liz & Dan Faiella to Perform at Music on the Green

Music again takes center stage on Sunday, August 14, as Liz & Dan Faiella perform at Canterbury Shaker Village’s Music on the Green series. Running through September 11, the series attracts some of New England’s most acclaimed musicians, some with a national following. 

Liz & Dan Faiella to Perform at Music on the Green
Liz & Dan Faiella to Perform at Music on the Green

“We have had Emmy award-winning performers,” noted Executive Director Leslie Nolan, who said the intent behind the series is “to provide a respite from the often hectic pace of everyday life.”

“Music can uplift and inspire us—that’s why we offer this series every year,” she added.

At this performance, guests will experience music from the Irish and New England traditions. Known for crisp vocals, mesmerizing fingerstyle guitar, lyrical fiddling, and exhilarating rhythmic drive, Liz & Dan Faiella have taken the mainstage at premier folk venues throughout New England, including Club Passim, Acadia Trad Festival, and others.  

Held every Sunday from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Music on the Green additionally features food from Beans & Greens Farm’s Taco Food Truck. Before performances, tours of The Village are available with a reservation, while visitors are encouraged to explore the nearly 700-acre property and extensive trail system (click here for map). Music on the Green performances are free with a suggested donation of $20.

About Canterbury Shaker Village

Featuring 694 acres of forests, fields, gardens, nature trails, and mill ponds under permanent conservation easement, the Village is designated as a National Historic Landmark with 25 restored original Shaker buildings and 4 reconstructed Shaker buildings. In addition to tours, exhibits, and programs, Canterbury Shaker Village provides wonderful, relaxing, and beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces for weddings and events.

Canterbury Shaker Village is a member of the NH Heritage Museum Trail, which connects the public with culturally rich heritage institutions in New Hampshire. For more information about The Trail, visit