You are invited to the rescheduled concert at the Case Memorial Library on Saturday, February 24, at 1:00, where you will be entertained by the husband and wife duo of Handler and Levesque; Judy on guitar and Mark on guitar and mandolin. They “have performed over 2000 concerts together in the United States and Europe. Their sophisticated and expressive arrangements blend classical, Brazilian, Latin American, klezmer, gypsy, jazz, Celtic and folk music influences to create a unique and extraordinary sound. This, matched with their impeccable musicianship, has won them a widespread enthusiastic following.”
Their program called, Rhythms of the World, is an exuberant celebration of cultures of music from around the world. You will enjoy “the lilt of a jam session at an Irish pub, a rollicking tarantella from Italy, the appealing rhythms of noveau flamenco from Spain, the warmth and passion of Brazil, the rhythmic poetry of Eastern Europe, the hard-swinging elegance of Gypsy jazz, a sweet love song from Taiwan, the sultry sounds of a Middle Eastern melody and more!”
Who can resist such an exciting selection of international music? The Friends of the Library invite you to join them for this program sponsored by the Shirley Prown Fund. Remember to register at the library or call 203.891.2170.
The Friends would also like to thank you for your faithful attendance of the programs celebrating its 25th anniversary and hope you will consider becoming a member so that, together, we can continue to support all the wonderful services our Library offers.