Taylor Community Brings Music Series to the Community through Donation Made by Bank of New Hampshire
Published DateLACONIA — Tim Martin, President and CEO of Taylor Community is proud to announce the 2013 Taylor Community Music Series Sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire will kick-off on January 27 at 3 p.m. at Taylor's Woodside Building in Laconia.
"We know our residents and others throughout the Lakes Region community have a love for music, proven by previous performances where it was standing room only," said Martin. "Through a very generous donation made by Bank of New Hampshire, we were able to purchase a concert quality piano which now enables us to invite renowned musicians from around the state. We are excited to partner with Bank of New Hampshire to bring the love of music to the community each month."
"Bank of New Hampshire is pleased to be the lead sponsor of Taylor Community's Music Series" said Mark Primeau, President/CEO, Bank of New Hampshire. "We look forward to the monthly performances and hope the community will attend and enjoy these talented musicians."
Taylor Community unveils the Music Series with renowned pianists Arlene and Christopher Kies. Arlene and her husband Chris have premiered several two-piano compositions including performances at the Fromm Foundation at Harvard and the Washington Square Series. They are both faculty within the Music Department at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
Program highlights with feature solo performances and four-hand music by Schubert, Chopin, Debussy and Gershwin, and will also include a new Fanfare for Piano Four-Hands written by Christopher Kies especially for the unveiling of the new piano at Taylor Community.
Martin added that the music series was also made possible by Taylor Community resident, Bill Bell. "We would also like to thank Taylor resident, Bill Bell for introducing Taylor to his musical contacts throughout the state. We are delighted with the help of Bill to bring so many wonderful and talented musicians to our community." Bell recently retired as principal cello of the Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra while continuing a lifetime of playing chamber music.
"The Lakes Region is a music lover's community," said Bell. "We have a very talented schedule of musicians in the coming months that will delight the community with their music."
For more information on the 2013 Taylor Community Music Series Sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire visit www.taylorcommunity.org or call 524.5600. Those planning to attend must Pre-register as spaced is limited.