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9/22
NAMI Book Discussion @ Prosser Public Library
'Hurry Down Sunshine' by Michael Greenberg
9/23
21st Century Classical Music @ Prosser Public Library
Russ Salk with musical excerpts and Discussion
9/25
Chill Out & Knit @ Prosser Public Library
All knitters are welcome!
9/25
Joanne Brackeen Jazz Master Class
Hartt students play for Joanne Brackeen, pianist and composer. JoAnne Brackeen is described as 'a visionary of extraordinary depth' by Tony Bennett and 'a pianist-composer of phenomenal capacity' by the late Bill Evans. Brackeen is consistently ranked by critics and jazz magazines as one of the best jazz pianists in the world along with Keith Jarrett, McCoy Tyner, and Chick Corea. Her writing is remarkable for its creativity, stylistic range, emotional depth, and whimsical spirit.
9/25
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/26
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/27
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/28
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/28
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/29
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/29
Nero Wolfe Book Discussion @ ProsserPublic Library
'The Second Confession' by Rex Stout
9/30
Bloomfield Chamber BAH at Windsor Federal SavingsChamber Events
Come join the Bloomfield Chamber Board of Directors and our membership as we enjoy a night of networking, hosted by Windsor Federal Savings from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on Tues., September 30th.
9/30
David Fitzpatrick, Author @ Prosser Public Library
His Book: 'Sharp' a memoir
10/1
Japanese Art of Bonsai, Presentation by Geoffrey Holmes @ Prosser Public Library
A ONE BOOK ONE BLOOMFIELD Event
10/2
United States Coast Guard Saxophone Quartet
The United States Coast Guard Band Saxophone Quartet is comprised of the saxophone section of the U.S. Coast Guard Band, one of the five premier U.S. military bands. In addition to performing throughout Taiwan in 2009 and 2010, the Quartet performs regularly at conferences held by the World Saxophone Congress and the North American Saxophone Alliance, and has performed at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic and at Carnegie Hall. The Quartet also performs at universities throughout New England and on recitals as part of the Coast Guard Band’s Chamber Players concert series. The Quartet’s members also form the Element Saxophone Quartet, winning medals at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.
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Today is: 9/22/2014

9/7
Work of Local Artist Shauna Shane on Display at Duncaster Art Gallery throughout September. New EventChamber Events
Work of Local Artist Shauna Shane on Display at Duncaster Art Gallery throughout September.


9/8
Free Diabetes Education Classes
Classes by Certified Diabetes Educators about managing your diabetes and living a healthier life- completely free at Reliance Pharmacy.
9/9
Diabetes Academy Device Training
Free injectable device training: learn about meal-based dosing, recognizing and treating low blood sugar and much more. Spanish translation available.
9/9
Garrison Leykam, Author at Prosser Public Library
His book: 'Classic Diners of Connecticut'
9/10
Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors MeetingChamber Events
9/11
Chill Out & Knit @ Prosser Public Library
All knitters are welcome!
9/12
'Iran Job' Basketball & Social Documentary
Film at Prosser Public Library
9/13
The General (1926) and One Week (1920) (silent film with piano)
Buster Keaton (1895-1966) is one of the great film comedians. Two of Keaton's celebrated films, The General (1926) and One Week (1920), will be presented in a silent film screening with live piano accompaniment by Patrick Miller. The General is universally regarded as a film masterpiece and is a brilliant example of Keaton's ingenuity and artistry. Action, romance, and humor are beautifully combined in this lavishly produced Civil War comedy feature involving a man, a woman, and a train. One Week is one of Keaton's hilariously outrageous shorts involving a man, a woman, and a house, and containing many of his eye-popping physical stunts.
9/14
Faculty Recital Series featuring Christopher Ladd, Guitar
Award winning guitarist Christopher Ladd rapidly is becoming known throughout the country as one of the most promising young classical musicians. Fingerstyle Guitar hails his performances as being “… rendered confidently and expressively.” Praised as “… an exercise in extremes.” by Soundboard Magazine, he is highly sought after as a soloist and chamber musician.
9/16
Artists Romare Bearden & Lois Mailu Jones, Film & Conversation
Join Gwen Lewis & Dolores Howard @ Prosser Public Library
9/17
Book Discussion @ Prosser Public Library
'All Aunt Hagar's Children' by Edward P. Jones
9/22
NAMI Book Discussion @ Prosser Public Library
'Hurry Down Sunshine' by Michael Greenberg
9/23
21st Century Classical Music @ Prosser Public Library
Russ Salk with musical excerpts and Discussion
9/25
Chill Out & Knit @ Prosser Public Library
All knitters are welcome!
9/25
Joanne Brackeen Jazz Master Class
Hartt students play for Joanne Brackeen, pianist and composer. JoAnne Brackeen is described as 'a visionary of extraordinary depth' by Tony Bennett and 'a pianist-composer of phenomenal capacity' by the late Bill Evans. Brackeen is consistently ranked by critics and jazz magazines as one of the best jazz pianists in the world along with Keith Jarrett, McCoy Tyner, and Chick Corea. Her writing is remarkable for its creativity, stylistic range, emotional depth, and whimsical spirit.
9/25
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/26
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/27
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/28
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/28
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/29
Lions Gate Trio presents Ode to Joy Festival
As a culmination of their Beethoven trio cycle at Hartt over the past three years, the Lions Gate Trio will join with Hartt wind, string, and piano faculty to present Ode to Joy, a festival featuring Beethoven's chamber music. Repertoire will include Beethoven's cello sonatas, violin sonatas, an Op.1 piano trio, an Op. 18 quartet, a clarinet trio, and a septet. This festival also will feature the Hartt String Quartet and readings from Beethoven's letters and writings.
9/29
Nero Wolfe Book Discussion @ ProsserPublic Library
'The Second Confession' by Rex Stout
9/30
Bloomfield Chamber BAH at Windsor Federal SavingsChamber Events
Come join the Bloomfield Chamber Board of Directors and our membership as we enjoy a night of networking, hosted by Windsor Federal Savings from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on Tues., September 30th.
9/30
David Fitzpatrick, Author @ Prosser Public Library
His Book: 'Sharp' a memoir


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