May into June
Songs of Spring and the cautious approach of Summer’s tender child, June.
Some of our recent programs:
Astor Piazzola, George Carlin
A one-hour tonic to lift you out of the routine and deliver you back refreshed, revitalized, rekindled.
Cinqo de Mayo
A look into the significance of Cinqo de Mayo and an hour of great Mexican music.
A brief biography and a sampling of music from the 19th C. master of solo piano, Frédéric Chopin.
The United States of America v. Billie Holiday
The singer everyone knows, and the story of the men determined to destroy her that we’ve waited 60 years to hear.
Bird Song, Peepers and Songs of Spring Eternal
A celebration of April, the month of eternal youth. Peepers, bird song, and songs of the human heart singing of spring eternal.
Music of Spring with lore of the Woodcock
Songs of spring, of April, of returning birds, falsettos, a troubadour, an aria for soprano and masterful guitar work.
A sampling of Aaron Copeland’s music written for Martha Graham’s ballet, which she named Appalachian Spring, and a host of others celebrating the arrival of spring.
A selection of song with an explanation of how, when and why women were pushed out of music.
Elis & Tom
The story of a treasured work of modern art, Elis & Tom.
The Apotheosis from Brazil, Antonio Carlos Jobim
Beloved throughout the northern and southern hemispheres, composer, pioneer and performer from Rio de Janeiro, “Tom.”