The Arcadia Public Library is pleased to present its third Classical Kaleidoscope Concert on Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at 7 p.m. in the Library's Cay Mortenson Auditorium. This concert, "Why Wood Sounds Good: Making and Playing Violins," is a family concert designed for families with children six years of age and older.
Performing will be violinist Paul Stein, violist Andrew Duckles, and cellist David Garrett. This concert will imagine the solitary violin maker and will include a discussion of the art of making violins and the players who bring these instruments to life. Music will include Beethoven, Bach, and Joplin.
Coffee, provided courtesy of Starbucks, and light refreshments will be served at a post concert reception at which concert goers will have a chance to talk to the musicians. Funded by the Arcadia Public Library Foundation, this concert is free and no reservations are necessary.
We hope you can join us!