LACONIA — The next program in the Taylor Community Music Series, sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire, is scheduled for Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m. in Taylor's Woodside Building, 435 Union Ave. The event is free and open to the public.
The concert features mezzo soprano Emily Jaworski, who joined the voice faculty at Plymouth State University in the fall, 2012 and Dr. Daniel Perkins, professor of music and director of choral activities at PSU. Music will include selections by David Conte, Claude Debussy and Joseph Haydn. Their performance is generously being sponsored by Taylor Community Resident Barbara Harris.
Ms. Jaworski is establishing a reputation for excellence in performances across New England. She's a passionate advocate of art songs and can frequently be seen in recital with Calvin Herst at the piano. Her love of research, dedication to musical details and commitment to text leads to unique and captivating programs. Jaworski and Herst have been honored with numerous awards for their collaborations. Ms. Jaworski can also be seen gracing the operatic stage and is known for her engaging portrayals of a wide range of characters.
Doctor Perkins was honored as the 2011 American Choral Directors Association New Hampshire Choral Director of the Year. He holds the degrees Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music in Choral Music from the University of Southern California, and Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Brigham Young University.
He is currently Music Director and Founder of the New Hampshire Master Chorale, Music Director of the Manchester Choral Society, and principal guest conductor and director of choral activities for the New Hampshire Music Festival. He is active as a guest conductor and clinician throughout the United States and abroad. His choirs have performed and studied throughout the world. Perkins is a co-founder, with Dr. Trish Lindberg, of the award-winning Educational Theatre Collaborative, and pianist for Trio Veritas.
Taylor Community is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community whose mission is to provide the highest quality retirement living options to support the independence, health and dignity of community residents. Visit www.taylorcommunity.org, or call 524-5600 for more information.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 07:45
MEREDITH — The Interlakes Summer Theatre and Interlakes Children's Theatre will hold auditions for the 2015 Summer Season on Sunday , March 8 at the ILHS Community Auditorium from 10-5.
Though there are a few potential opportunities in the main stage season for people of all ages, the theatre is primarily looking for Teens and Tweens to participate in the children's theatre series. Shows on the schedule are "Pinkalicious", Flat Stanley, Jr , Seussical, Jr., and School House Rock Live, Jr. Rehearsal periods are two weeks long.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 07:41
MEREDITH — The Trinity Episcopal Church will be hosting a Roast Beef Supper on March 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. with continuous seating. Ten percent of the proceeds will benefit The Circle Program, an organization serving at risk girls in New Hampshire.
The menu features roast beef with all the fixings, as well as home-made desserts. Take-out meals will also be available. Tickets at the door will be $12 per person and $30 per family. For more information, or to buy tickets, call 279-6689. The church is located on Route 25 in Meredith.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 07:35
TILTON — The New Hampshire Veterans Home will lift the visiting restrictions imposed in late January as a precaution
against the spread of the flu, NHVH Commandant Margaret D. LaBrecque announced on Monday.
Effective at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 4, the Home will once again welcome visits to residents by family, friends, and the volunteers and service organizations that support the mission of providing the best quality of life for our elderly veterans.
"We're very pleased to be getting things back to normal," LaBrecque said. "Five and a half weeks without visits have been
very hard on all involved, even though it was necessary to protect everyone's health." Visits to grievously ill residents and those in hospice-type care were considered case-by-case during the quarantine, which took effect on Jan. 23, and protective measures such as masks and gloves were employed.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 07:29
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