Thursday, November 3, 2016

Acclaimed Pianists Perform at The Buttonwood Tree This Weekend

The Buttonwood Tree hosts an array of talented performers this weekend, from Classical piano Friday night to an Improvisation performance Sunday night. The eclectic community arts center also hosts a holistic workshop, jazz concert and a matinee performance with Steinway artist, Robin Spielberg. See the complete list here.

Carolyn Halsted leads off the jam-packed weekend with a Classical concert Friday, Nov 4th at 8 pm. She'll perform her own originals inspired by the The Chartres Labyrinth and several pieces by Frederic Chopin.

Saturday morning Annaita Gandhy offers soothing wisdom to heal your body, mind and spirit in her workshop,  Aligned with Source: An Interactive Workshop & Meditation  on November 5, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm.

Saturday evening listen to the hot tenor saxophone by Jovan Alexandre Jazz Quartet - Nov 5 @ 8 pm

Sunday hosts two events as well, leading off with Steinway artist, Robin Spielberg. This extraordinaire matinee performance is from 3 - 5 pm. 

ROBIN SPIELBERG is one of America’s most beloved pianist/composers. With an impressive tour schedule and hundreds of thousands of recordings sold, this Steinway Artist has been winning the hearts of listeners around the world with her compelling melodies and sensitive piano techniques since debuting her first recording of original solos for piano, Heal of the Hand.

A prolific composer, Spielberg has seventeen recordings to her credit and appears on over 40 compilations around the world. Her discography includes albums of original piano solos, arrangements of American standards, original pieces for piano/ensemble, recordings for the holidays, a CD of American melodies, and a CD of lullabies.

 Come Meet the Musicians at The Buttonwood Tree!

From Carnegie Hall to The Buttonwood Tree 
LISTEN / RESERVE your seat

Rounding out the weekend at The Buttonwood Tree is the Great Make Believe Society IMPROV show, Sunday at 7 pm. Like Middletown's version of "Whose Line is it Anyway?", the cast relies on audience participation.

Refreshments, including Slambovian coffee, beer and wine are available. TBT is handicap accessible. 605 Main Street, Middletown  860.347.4957

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