At 4 p.m. today, Thursday Morning Brass and the Junior Guilders of Jamestown will perform together in Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall in a program of singing and dancing.
At 12:15 p.m. Sunday during the Crafts Alliance craft show on Bestor Plaza, the players of the Thursday Morning Brass will perform in front of the Colonnade. Their mission is to raise money for a scholarship fund that helps students in the Music School Festival Orchestra.
It’s strange to consider how relationships are formed. A chance encounter can bring two people together who fall in love or become lifelong friends. For the five musicians of WindSync, banding together took some cosmic arranging.
WindSync, the second ensemble playing in the Logan Chamber Music Series, is a wind quintet composed of Garrett Hudson on flute; Erin Tsai, oboe; Jack Marquardt, clarinet; Tracy Jacobsen, bassoon; and Anni Hochhalter, French horn. They will perform at 4 p.m. today in Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall.
Smith Memorial Library, a gathering place on the grounds, will take a day to celebrate the giving personalities of local librarians. The Summer Strummers, a group of some of the most generous personalities on the grounds, will strike up a sing-along on the library steps from 8:30–10:30 a.m. this morning.
Library Day has been a tradition on the grounds long before Lynn Kinnear, library director, arrived on the scene in 1990.
“It’s just a day that shines the spotlight on the library for the community and also the area librarians,” Kinnear said.