Arborea"A gorgeous voice floating ever-so-light above an exquisite bed of instrumental texture; a mysterious and ethereal world of music that really draws me in...That's Arborea. And that's just the way I like my music." Gene Shay, WXPN/Folk Alley/The Village on XM Satellite Radio
Join us in the Sidney Friedman Central Parklet for an evening of first-rate folk music, and a picnic on the grass to celebrate Summer Reading. The El Gringo Taco Truck will be there supplying their delicious cuisine, or bring your own food to enjoy on a blanket.$5 suggested donation to the musicians.
Bring a picnic and enjoy some toe-tapping and mind-expanding music in Sidney Friedman Park on Sunday, June 30 at 5 p.m.
Featuring fun and lively local favorites The Tussey Mountain Moonshiners and groundbreaking guitarist Glenn Jones, "the best guitarist you've never heard of" (according to the Boston Herald). If it rains the performance will move to the Schlow Community Room.
Guitarist Chris Forsyth's hypnotic compositions assimilate art rock texture with folk, blues, and experimental influences. His 2012 Kenzo Deluxe LP/CD on Northern Spy has been described as "resonant [and] incisive... a cosmic abstraction of the American guitar tradition, reducing blues, rock, folk and improvisation into their spare, hypnotic base elements." (Philadelphis City Paper).
A Welsh music performance sponsored by Global Connections. Thursday, May 30th in the Downsbrough Community Room. All performances will begin at 12:10.
Feel free to bring your lunch while you enjoy the music. There is a suggested donation of $5 which will benefit Global Connections and Schlow Library.
Look for upcoming World Sounds at Noon performances each Thursday from May 23-June 13.
Eric Carbonara and Jesse Sparhawk
Sixty Strings is an album of two epic duets by Eric Carbonara (22-string upright Chaturangui guitar) and Jesse Sparhawk (38 string lever harp). While Eric has studied Chaturangui extensively with Pandit Debashish Bhattacharya in Kolkata, and Jesse was classically trained by major figures of the harp world in his formative years, the music here is their own - not a mashup of quasi-orientalism and conservatory bloodlessness. (VHF Records label copy)
Plan to attend an exciting evening of Windy Days Stories and Classical Music
TUESDAY, MARCH 26 7:00 PM
Join us for an exciting evening of Windy Days stories, music & learning featuring Hannah Lin, Eli Campbell, Erin Glocke and Erin Trautmann.
Read together and listen to classical music.
5 suggested donation for the artists.
Brother Ong is the reincarnation of Mike Tamburo. He currently pursues his musical and spiritual interests in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - playing the shahi baaja, harmonica, hammered dulcimer, guitar, gong, singing bowls, swarmandal, bells, tanpura, voice, percussion, keys and electronics. He teaches and practices Kundalini Yoga and Sound Yoga/Healing. He focuses on using sound to envelop and transform his students, clients and listeners.
Plan to attend another exciting evening of Stories and Classical Music presented by Emily Hale and Friends.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 @ 7 PM
Kids of all ages are invited to attend with stuffed animals, blankets, pillows, and comfortable attire... including pajamas! Enjoy classical music in a relaxed atmosphere, share a bed-time snack and return home for peaceful dreams.
No registration necessary. This program will be held in the Community Room.