Join us as we enjoy music From Bach to Bob Marley as performed by the Corinthian Duo of Kylan and Andrew Simpson with special guest, Emily Hale on violin and cello. Hear old favorites and exciting new arrangements. Sponsorship and refreshments provided by the Friends of Schlow Library.more info
Plan to attend another exciting evening of stories featuring "All Join In" by Quentin Blake. Listen to classical music presented by Emily Hale and Friends at Schlow Library on October 20th, 2009 at 6:30 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.
This free concert presents some very talented youngsters singing and dancing to celebrate the Big Apple - New York City! Don't miss it!
The young Israeli singer/songwriter Noa Babayof is rapidly establishing a presence on the new international folk scene. Her arresting singing and writing style is influenced by the likes of Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan, along with such contemporary icons as Diane Cluck, Smog and the Espers. Her debut album From A Window To A Wall was recorded and mixed by renowned Greg Weeks (The Espers) at his studio in Philadelphia, and was released in June 08 on Weeks's Language of Stone records.