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Bexley Public Library

Heirloom: a Free, Family-Friendly Concert

This Family Friendly concert will be an hour in length, and will feature activities appropriate for the whole family including singing and movement, games and listening challenges sure to bring everyone into the conversation.

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Heirloom: a Free, Family-Friendly Concert

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May 08, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Bexley Public Library, 2411 E Main St, Columbus, OH 43209

About The Event

Heirloom is a concert series presenting compositions with a unique blend of the familiar and innovative. The ensemble explores musical narratives and ancestral relationships through three distinct performances with our debut at the Johnstone Fund for New Music Short North Stage series (Free), a family interactive concert at the Bexley Library (Free), and an intimate cocktail pairing with mixologists at Seventh Son Brewing Co. ($10 per ticket)

This Family Friendly concert will be an hour in length, and will feature activities appropriate for the whole family including singing and movement, games and listening challenges sure to bring everyone into the conversation. This event is free and requires registration on the Bexley Public Library Website.

Feautured on our program will combine beloved works in the violin/cello repertoire by Zoltán Kodaly and Erwin Schulhoff, as well as lesser-known works by Adolphus Hailstork and a world premiere by Sharon Udoh (Commissioned by the Johnstone Fund for New Music).

Performing with Chamber Brews will be Devin Copfer (Director, violinist) and Sam Johnson (Program Developer, cellist). Chamber Brews is a collaborative new-music ensemble bringing unique and interactive programming to audiences through live performance, video series, and recordings. With the continued support of the Johnstone Fund for New Music, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, and our community, Chamber Brews continues to create programs celebrating diverse musical voices by regularly commissioning works, seeking out distinct performance venues, and collaborating with artistic partners in Columbus, Ohio.

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