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Camerata Ars Nova

Pieces of Mozart, Piazzola, Haydn, Vivaldi.

 

 

 

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Marcelyn and I attended this classical music performance at the library yesterday afternoon. We were impressed, even though the musicians were young and amateurs (meaning not paid, professional musicians). They were good, and the audience showed their appreciation with strong applause.

It was a standing room only event. Every seat was taken, and conservatively speaking there were several dozen people standing at the rear of the room. We were pleased to see so much support for this kind of event. During the comments at the end of the event there was some suggestion that more frequent musical events at the library are being considered. We hope so.

Here is the full program:

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Here is a picture taken during the event:

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There were some speeches after the concert, including some comments by Price Peterson, who apparently had helped cause this event to come to fruition.

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And finally, here is a small video clip of part of one of their musical pieces:

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I was going to go to this, but after trying to park near the library the day before, I decided not to go.  The street behind the library, which usually had a fair amount of parking spaces, now has deep ditches on both sides of the road, making parking impossible.

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21 hours ago, Bud said:

Marcelyn and I attended this classical music performance at the library yesterday afternoon. We were impressed, even though the musicians were young and amateurs (meaning not paid, professional musicians). They were good, and the audience showed their appreciation with strong applause.

It was a standing room only event. Every seat was taken, and conservatively speaking there were several dozen people standing at the rear of the room. We were pleased to see so much support for this kind of event. During the comments at the end of the event there was some suggestion that more frequent musical events at the library are being considered. We hope so.

Here is the full program:

597530b368885_ClassicallProgram_Page_1.thumb.jpg.50ef7c110fa47cd4b120e54d06a20c2d.jpg

597530b49e18d_ClassicallProgram_Page_2.jpg.29806b83545bf293d7416fcd5fffc64a.jpg

597530b5bd348_ClassicallProgram_Page_3.jpg.0ca6da1edeefce45a405c09c7d5882b7.jpg

597530b78f984_ClassicallProgram_Page_4.jpg.971ebebe1eb3061ed9191bb332910dae.jpg

Here is a picture taken during the event:

Entire-Group-2.thumb.jpg.06daadac98bba6537bfc9681edb81ff7.jpg

There were some speeches after the concert, including some comments by Price Peterson, who apparently had helped cause this event to come to fruition.

Price-Peterson.thumb.jpg.d43c1a64dc6aafe3b47ec685c972d999.jpg

 

And finally, here is a small video clip of part of one of their musical pieces:

Very cool! Soon to be stars!

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