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The History of James Taylor and Carly Simon

In the early 1970’s the singer/songwriter ruled the radio. Carole King, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, Cat Stevens…but the era’s ultimate power couple were husband and wife James Taylor and Carly Simon. Using performance and interview clips we’ll trace the arc ...

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Carol of the (Berim) Baus with Arcomusical

They’re back! The library is delighted to host Projeto Arcomusical in an after-hours holiday concert open to the public.  The ensemble will play special arrangements of holiday music as well as original compositions for the audience in the library’s main lobby. Holiday snacks and ...

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After-Hours Concert: Daniel Bennett Group

Live music returns to the library! Join us for an after-hours concert in the main lobby when we host the Daniel Bennett Group, playing songs from their new album. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and music will begin at ...

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Musical Mornings

Music stimulates the senses and engages us on many levels. Join music therapist Angie Carter for a special morning of musical developmental activities. This program will be held in person this month—weather permitting—in the library’s courtyard. If the weather is bad, ...

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Virtual Event: The History of the Band Chicago

If you like your rock 'n' roll mixed with an exciting blast of horns there is no better than the music group Chicago. Formed in the city of Chicago in 1967 the band produced a steady stream of hits throughout ...

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Virtual Event: Women of Ragtime

Women ragtime composers faced challenges – it wasn’t considered very “ladylike” to write this kind of music, and once they got married, they were expected to give up their career and raise a family. Still, a surprising amount of ragtime ...

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Musical Mornings

Music stimulates the senses and engages us on many levels. Join music therapist Angie Carter for a special morning of musical developmental activities. This program will be held in person this month—weather permitting—in the library’s courtyard. If the weather is bad, ...

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Musical Mornings

Music stimulates the senses and engages us on many levels. Join music therapist Angie Carter for a special morning of musical developmental activities. This program will be held in person this month—weather permitting—in the library's courtyard. If the weather is bad, ...

read more

Virtual Event: African American Composers

Black composers were on the forefront of American popular music; ragtime itself was the combination of African syncopation over a European march beat and formed the basis for the development of blues and jazz. Growing up as the children of ...

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