Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Westside Food Pantry Recitals

I am excited to tell you about these upcoming performances for our food pantry. 

THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 26th at 7:00, Southwest Harbor native, soprano, CAROLINE HOMER and pianist, BEN HAVEY appear at St John, 7:00.  Caroline, accompanied by Ben, will sing French Art Songs by Debussy, Poulenc and  Faure.  Ben will perform Beethoven's Piano Sonata, Opus 109, one of Beethoven's late masterpieces.  This is Ben and Caroline's third  performance for the food pantry!

THIS FRIDAY EVENING,  July 28th at 7:00,  Princeton N J, harpsichordist, GAVIN BLACK, returns to St John to perform Bach's French Overture, BWV 831.  This is Bach's longest harpsichord suite.  Gavin describes it as very charismatic and colorful.  He will assemble his 17th c. Italian harpsichord in St John!   Gavin is the founder and director of the Princeton Early Keyboard Center, where he teaches harpsichord, clavichord, organ and continuo.  This is the second summer Gavin performs for our food pantry.

MONDAY, AUGUST 7th at 6:30, the SCHOODIC SUMMER CHORUS, under the direction of Anna Dembska, sing songs from Chile, Italy, the Republic of Georgia, Germany, the US.  I am singing with this 20 member a capella group for the first time.! Their (our) arrangements and harmonies are exciting and unexpected.  We make an exquisite sound!

What a varied group of talented performers! 

Please COME and help spread the word.  You will be glad you did!

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