Ring in the New Year with music @ NPR Library!

Chanson du Soir

Fri, January 13 at 6PM
This chamber music duet features Chelsea Camille, soprano and David Isaacs, classical guitar.  As a chamber music group, the soundscape they offer is quite unique.  Currently, there are only a handful of voice and guitar duets in the world exploring and performing the vast historic and modern repertoire for our distinctive pairing.  Preview the music at www.isaacsguitar.net. 
No charge

Hungrytown
Thurs, January 19 at 6PM
This likable couple’s music mixes the snow of their Vermont home, the dew on the grass of a cool summer morning in the Appalachians, and the hard-scrabble grittiness and pluck of common folk the world over.  Discover the music at www.hungrytown.net.  No charge

World Slavery- “The Haitian Revolution and the Rise of 
American Music”
Fri, February 17 at 6PM
This unique lecture/concert reviews the international history of slavery,
how it changed in the U.S. and how American music formed in it.  Some period music is performed yet this is primarily a philosophical and historical lecture. 
Find out more details at www.raykamalay.com.  No charge

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