LACONIA — The Unitarian Universalist Society of Laconia will host a concert of the great art songs of the 20th and 21st century reinterpreted on soprano saxophone and accompanied on piano on Sunday, March 22 at 2 p.m.
Tom Robinson, soprano saxophone and Noelle Beaudin, piano, will present pieces from Spain, France and Latin America and featuring the works of de Falla, Granados, Faure, Poulenc, Satie, and Villa-Lobos.
Tom Robinson studied saxophone at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio where he received his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies. He teaches jazz piano, saxophone and directs the jazz band for St. Paul's School in Concord, NH. He is a member of the Concord Community Music School Musicians of Wall Street, and the Plymouth State University faculty jazz quartet. He has a busy performance schedule as a soloist, sideman, and as part of a trio with drummer Tim Gilmore, and bassist John Hunter. The trio's recording Skylight features original music.
Noelle Beaudin studied piano performance and composition at the Boston Conservatory of Music and performed frequently in the Boston area before moving to France and the UK. She now has a busy studio and music summer camp in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire and enjoys performing throughout New England as a soloist or accompanist.
Tickets are $10, and available at the door. The church is located at 172 Pleasant Street in Laconia. Light refreshments will be available. For further information contact Patty Sarausky at 848-2469.