Upcoming Concerts, Speaking Engagements, and Appearances
Cecelia Otto is currently performing Centennial of Suffrage in commemoration of the women who fought for over 70 years to get the 19th amendment passed in America. She also speaks at conferences and other events all over the US. She will then tour with a special program highlighting songs written about Prohibition. If you are looking for other types of programs or speaking topics, please inquire — Cece is happy to customize music for your event.
Note that Cece is accepting virtual bookings for concerts and presentations through December 2022.
Check back often, as new dates are added regularly!!
Note that, owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, several previously posted performances are in the process of being rescheduled.
2021 – All Dates Subject to Change
Saturday, November 6 – 12 PM PST | Women Across the Water: The Women and Songs of World War I
Fiona-Jane Weston and Cece Otto debut their next virtual program, and this time it’s about the “war to end all wars.” Learn how both British and American women rose to the challenge of the 20th century’s first great conflict, and hear the music that stirred both sides to fight and gave comfort to loved ones on the homefront. Click here for tickets!
Sunday, November 14 – 1:30 PM CST | A Musical Journey Along the Lincoln Highway
It’s back! After hearing Cece present about the Lincoln Highway at a 2020 conference, the Batavia Park District has invited her to reprise her original Lincoln Highway concert program. For the first time in more than five years, Cece will sing the songs that once rang out in concert halls along America’s first transcontinental road — as well as on her inaugural American Songline concert tour in 2013. Don’t miss it! Reserve your seats at this link.
Tuesday, December 7 – Pearl Harbor Day 80th Anniversary Commemoration
This unique event aboard the Stourbridge Line vintage train commemorates the Battle of Peal Harbor, the “day that will live in infamy.” In addition to Cece’s musical performance, the event features reenactors playing Generals MacArthur and Lemmnitzer, as well as a tour of a train car where FDR once rode. If you live in Pennsylvania and love history, don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the sacrifices of America’s veterans. Buy your tickets here.
More to come as details are being finalized for other events — stay tuned!!
Cece is accepting bookings for anywhere in North America. If you represent a veterans’ association, a historical society, a women’s group, or a retirement community — or just want to arrange a fun and unique performance for your group, organization, conference, or venue — visit the Booking page.