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About the April 4 concert … March 27, 2015 - Here’s a link to information about the upcoming Showcase Recital Concert, “Musical Ancestors: A Gala Recital of Classical Music and Jazz“: http://uucolumbia.net/calendar/92-uucc-lively-arts/99-concerts/101-showcase-concerts/6135-kyle-coughlin.html Here’s a link for downloading the concert flyer (PDF format): http://uucolumbia.net/images/stories/Music/MusicalAncestors.pdf Contact me if you’d like to contribute some finger food to the post concert “over-the-top reception.”
Lovely article about Marin Alsop of the BSO February 17, 2015 - Contributed by Flo Wagner … http://nyti.ms/1Mjd63z
Bach in Baltimore, March 1 February 8, 2015 - From Harry Woelfer: I have been a member of the Bach in Baltimore choir for 4½ years. We give a concert the first Sunday of every month, October through June, with professional orchestra and professional soloists. The major event of our season is coming up soon, and it’s nearby, in Ellicott City… Bach in Baltimore … Continue reading
Take Your Music — It’s Good For You February 3, 2015 - I’ve just discovered the website Greater Good, which describes itself as “The Science of a Meaningful Life.” Greater Good website is a product of UC Berkeley. In the article Why We Love Music, author Jill Suttie attempts to summarize some of the recent neurobiological research about musical tastes and affinities. There is a lot here, but … Continue reading
ALL BLUES Concert/Dance, May 2 February 1, 2015 - Even UU’s get the BLUES! Y’all are invited to the UUCC Jazz Program’s annual Auction concert/dance on May 2, 7:30 PM. The Chalice Messengers sextet and a bunch of your favorite UUCC Blues singers present an evening of the Blues in its widely varied forms: jazz, R&B, rock, pop, blues waltzes, Delta Blues, Chicago and … Continue reading