Kenneth Meyer Concert
@ Skaneateles Library
Thursday, November 20, 2014
7:00 PM, Skaneateles Library
Kenneth Meyer is an instructor of music at the Syracuse University Setnor School of Music. He was the national first-prize winner at the Music Teacher’s National Association Collegiate Artist Competition and is regarded by the Washington Post as “a thinking man’s guitarist – he focuses on the inner structure of a piece…and plays with impressive gravity and power.” The Buffalo News has called him “impeccably articulate with superb technique." Registration appreciated.
Young Poets’ Spoken Word
Saturday, November 22, 2014
3:30 PM, Petit Branch
Come speak your mind through slam, spoken word, and poetry in any style or tradition! Must be under 18 to perform a poem, but audience members can be all ages. Audience members will vote for their favorite poem, and the top three will win a prize. If you would like to perform a poem at the event, please email Lena at email@example.com
with your name and the piece you have in mind. Poems should be under seven minutes in length. Audience members can come with no registration required. All we ask of our audience is to be positive, supportive, and enthusiastic during the reading.
Art Exhibit: Japanese Woodblock Prints
@ White Branch
This special exhibit, from a private collection, features stunning Japanese woodblock prints from the 20th century and earlier. The works, mostly from Japan’s Showa Period, reflect a romantic nostalgia for the traditions of the past, and they include warm, brightly colorful depictions of serene landscapes, religious shrines, and rural living.
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