A busy summer of fall events are coming up! Join us for great music, workshops, and more:
Japanese Sumi-E Brush Painting
At Union Episcopal Church, 133 Old Church Rd, Claremont
Sept 11, 1pm – 3pm
Suggested donation: $10
Join us for September’s monthly art project: Sumi-E Painting with instructor Ernie Perry (art teacher in SAU 60). Supplies will be provided, ages 10 through adult are welcome. Advanced registration is requested HERE, or email email@example.com.
Japanese Taiko Drumming Workshops
Learn the art of Japanese Taiko Drumming with Sensei Stuart Paton of Burlington Taiko Group. Each workshop will also have a rehearsal the day of the Performance by Burlington Taiko Group. $25 suggested free will donation. Ages 10 and up, no experience required. Advanced registration is strongly suggested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Afternoon Workshop (tent. location – CSB Community Center):
Wednesday, Sept 14 and Friday, Sept 16 at 3:30pm – 5pm
Evening Workshop at Ahimsa Yoga Studio, 140 North St, Claremont
Wednesday, Sept 14 and Friday, Sept 16 at 7pm – 9pm
Stuart Paton of Burlington Taiko Group leads a workshop
Taiko Drumming Charlestown all ages workshop
At St. Luke’s Church, 188 Main St, Charlestown, NH (outside on the green)
Saturday, Sept 17th, 11am
Join us for an all ages demonstration and workshop. Come try out the drums, and learn more about Taiko Drumming! Later that afternoon in Claremont you’ll be able to see a full performance of Taiko Drumming.
Burlington Taiko Performance
Union Church field, 133 Old Church Rd, Claremont, NH
Saturday, Sept 17th, 6pm
Join use with members of the Burlington Taiko Group for a can’t-miss performance! We’ll have food sale at this great annual event.
Claremont HopStops return: Uncle Rock: Rock ‘n’ roll music for young and old
Sept 17, 3pm
Broad St Park, Claremont, NH
Robert Burke Warren—dubbed “Uncle Rock” by his nephew—gets audiences up on their feet with his rootsy meets rock ‘n’ roll guitar music. This globe-trotting one-man band performs songs with lyrics about monsters, taking naps and recycling set to Buddy Holly and David Bowie-inspired music. Uncle Rock’s dynamic performances have won him fans all over the US, including praise from the Los Angeles Times and the The New York Times. Parents and kids alike will jump, shout and sing along with their newest (and favorite) relative.
Stay tuned for more info coming soon on:
- Newmont Band Performance on Oct 2nd
- Jewelry Making Workshop
- The Bach Tree Musician’s Intensive (student and advanced musician sessions)
- The Art of the Duo: Kinan Azmeh and Dinuk Wijeratne on October 29th (including the popular multicultural buffet!)