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Event: Concert in the Cafe - Classical Duo

Wednesday May 24, 2017
7:00 PM until 8:15 PM

Our popular free live “Concerts In the Café” return this Wednesday. The Southington Public Library presents a Classical duo in a relaxed, informal surroundings tonight at 7:00 p.m. Featured musicians are Neal Fitzpatrick and Elaine Thoma. Light refreshments will be available before the concert. This is the perfect opportunity to experience classical music in a relaxed setting.

The performance will include:

-English Suite No.4 for flute and guitar by 20th century British composer John Duarte

-3 Duos Opus 16 for flute and guitar by 19th century Italian guitarist and composer Francesco Molini

-Gymnopedie No.1 by French composer Eric Satie

-Selections from Opus 33 by Austrian composer Franz Schubert

-Selections from Opus 74 by 19th century Italian guitarist and composer Mauro Guliani

Mr. Fitzpatrick is an active soloist, teacher, and chamber musician. He has performed at diverse venues such as the Connecticut Classical Guitar Society, Aspen Music Festival, Yale Guitar Extravaganza, New York City Guitar Festival, and with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. Neal is widely active in Public Library Concert programs throughout the tri-state area.

Ms. Thoma is a professional musician and private teacher.  As a professional musician, she has subbed with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, the New Haven Symphony, and is an active freelance performer throughout New England and New York.

Registration is required for this FREE concert in the Cafe. Please click the register button below or call 860.628.0947 x 5.


Location: Library Cafe Corner
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