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Free Family Concert - Bassoon Duo
FENCE is delighted to present a unique afternoon of music provided by duo bassoonists Karen Molnar and Rosalind Buda. Join us in the Great Room The bassoon is a woodwind instrument that is seldom heard in a solo or chamber setting, but has a beautiful and extensive repertoire. Bassoonists Karen and Rosalind seek to introduce you to this charming, sonorous instrument in an afternoon of music that will take you on a journey around the world. Solo and duo pieces by French, German, Brazilian, and American composers will be featured on the program. Karen and Rosalind also delight in sharing tidbits and tales about their instrument, and will share these throughout the program. Be sure to stick around after the performance to mingle and snack on light refreshments. This event has been made possible by the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation.
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Free Family Concert - Blue Haze
This talented and engaging group of musicians will light up the great room with the sounds of Bluegrass and Gospel music
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Free Family Concert - Blue Haze
Like the haze on the mountains after a spring rain, wood smoke from a mountain cabin or the deep glow of sunlight through ice crystals on the mountain hemlocks,” Blue Haze” will wrap you in an emotional blanket of song. Jim Walker (Mandolin/Vocals), Phil Jenkins (Banjo/ Vocals), Lance Smith (Guitar/ vocals) Robert Hall (Bass/vocals) deliver renditions of contemporary and traditional bluegrass that will bring images of mountain life to mind. Three part harmonies with mandolin and banjo leads will dance your mind through memories of Lost Love, Family, Hard Times, and Mountain Beauty. Come experience the “Blue Haze” sound.
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Free Family Concert - Lake and Moore
Two guitars, two voices. Lake and Moore will be performing both original music and covers.
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Free Family Concert featuring Cello Times Two
Cello Times Two presents a musical journey through six centuries. Cellists Brenda Leonard and Benjamin Smith will play works from the 16th through the 21st centuries, with at least one piece from each century. Highlights of the recital include a rarely-heard work from the 16th century, a set of duos by the Russian composer Reinhold Glière and a set of variations on the popular tune "Greensleeves" (17th c.).
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Free Family Concert featuring Sparkle City Brass
The Sparkle City Brass is a professional brass quintet based in Spartanburg, SC. They have a wide repertoire of music, ranging from traditional baroque and classical standards to jazz, Dixieland and popular songs.
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Free Family Concert with Blissing Trio Accapela
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Free Family Concert with Blissing Trio Accapela
Join us in celebrating the holiday season as the Blissing Trio performs Christmas music both sacred and secular. This concert is free and open to all ages. Following the performance refreshments will be served. Lynn Nichols, Eileen Douglas and Diane David are the women of Blissing, which is an acapella trio based in Hendersonville, NC. As experienced singers who have an ear for good vocal production, blend, and homespun humor, Blissing Trio covers a range of genres, including well-known standards from the 1930s to early 1970s. They weave their own arrangements into a harmonious thread of music in every piece they sing and often tell some jokes, stories or informative histories about some of the composers, lyricists or songs that we sing. They have a lot of fun at our shows and their audience does, too. This performance has been made possible by the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation.
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Free Family Concert with Daniel Keller Trio
The Dan Keller Trio consists of 3 of Asheville's hardest working jazz musicians: Drummer Micah Thomas, Ryan Kijanka, and Dan Keller. The trio has played in venues across the eastern U.S. from Charleston, SC to Plainville, CT and witnessed Micah's brief career as a comedian while stuck on the "quiet ride" on one of Philadelphia's public trains.
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Free Family Concert with Daniel Shearin
This performance is part of FENCE’s monthly, free family concert series. These concerts are free and open to the public. All are encouraged to attend this great family event; following the performance refreshments will be served.
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