Sunday: Italian Serenades and Cuban Cocktails – plus dinner!

Don’t forget Italian Serenades and Cuban Cocktails with Grammy nominated guitarist Jose Lezcano on Sunday at 4pm! Click here for full details.

Following the performance there will be a summer supper on the lawn, including a build your own taco spread, summer salads, dessert, and more. We would appreciate if those planning to come would send us an email so we can be sure to have enough food: Tickets are $10 each, $5 for 13 and under.

Hope to see you there!

Don’t miss Italian Serenades and Cuban Cocktails next week!

On August 10 at 4pm Guitarist Jose Lezcano will perform “Italian Serenades and Cuban Cocktails” during the West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts’ Summer Concert Series. The concert includes the Grammy nominated Lezcano on guitar, with performers from across New England on flute and strings. The program includes works by Lezcano and Boccherini. Sadly there will be no actual cocktails available, but there will be a Summer Dinner to follow. The concert is open to all, with admission by donation. The dinner, which will include summery foods and dessert, is $10 for adults, $5 for 13 and under. Please rsvp for the dinner to Presented at the Historical Union Church, 133 Old Church Rd, Claremont, NH. For full information click here

Don’t miss Complex Stories, Simple Sounds tonight!

2014 Season Poster LetterThere’s still plenty of room at the Multicultural Buffet Dinner at 6:00pm, we hope that you will join us for this fundraiser benefiting WCCMA. Some of the items planned for Sunday: Indian Curry, Homemade meatballs with choice multiple sauces (clam pesto, red sauce, white sauce), Korean pancakes, Lebanese Kibbeh, Enchilada, Watermelon Gazpacho, Veggie Lasagna, Meat Lasagna, and more. People rave about this meal homemade by the WCCMA board and our friends. All proceeds benefit our community and youth programs.

Then join us for Kinan Azmeh, clarinet, and Dinuk Wijeratne, piano for Complex Stories, Simple Sounds. Hailed as a “virtuoso” by the New York Times, and “engagingly flamboyant” by the L.A. Times, Kinan Azmeh is one of Syria’s rising young stars. His utterly distinctive sound is now fast gaining international recognition. As one of the most eclectic talents of Canada’s new generation, Sri Lankan-born Dinuk Wijeratne was recently praised by the CBC as an artist “internationally respected for his virtuosity and sensitivity as a musician”. In redefining the sound of the piano he has been captivating audiences with his poetry and imagination. The music, a unique mixture of improvisation, jazz, Arabic and Southeast Asian ideas, may be difficult to describe in few words but is simple for the ear to savor.

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