Close out the 12th Annual Summer Concert Series with the acclaimed Delphi Trio, an evening of piano trio music. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to hear live music performed by the award-winning California trio. For full information click HERE.
Due to technical issues our Eventbrite ticket link has been finicky. There are seats still available, and you are welcome to make your donation at the door, or using the wcc-ma.org/donate option.
It has been an incredible summer of music, we hope that you can join us for this last bash before the fall season begins.
March 9, 2019 @ 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Claremont Savings Bank Community Center
In Japanese, genki means “happy, healthy and full of life.” This all-female, multi-generational group with roots in Japan and other Asian countries brings all things genki to the art of Japanese taiko drumming. This energetic show gets the audience moving and drumming, inspired by a passion for creativity and culture. Programmed in conjunction with Kodo Evolution 2019 in Hanover, NH, USA performing at the Hop on Mar 5. Free, no tickets required!
The West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts and the Claremont Maker Space are pleased to welcome master woodworker Tom McLaughlin to Claremont for this special program. Participants will learn the techniques used to build the Shaker Hall Table designed by Tom. These tips and tricks will be valuable for other projects as well. Full size, hand drawn plans will be available to purchase for an additional fee (cash or check). At the end of the program the audience will be invited to ask questions.
Beginning with a rare three-year apprenticeship alongside master craftsman P.A. “Pug” Moore in North Carolina, Tom has enjoyed designing and making commission and Custom Furniture full-time since 1990. His designs have received recognition and numerous awards during his twenty-year membership with the prestigious New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association. Since 2001 Tom has also been teaching furniture making from his shop in Canterbury New Hampshire, and currently online through his website epicwoodworking.com . Most recently he has been featured as host of the public television’s Rough Cut with Fine Woodworking. He has also written for Fine Woodworking magazine, and the Adirondack chair he designed is on the cover of the current issue.