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The Reese Project (Facebook)
The Reese Project (Facebook)

A concert of classical and jazz favorites

The Reese Project is an unlikely pairing of Jazz flute and Classical cello. Laurie and Tom Reese reside in the heart of Pennsylvania's Amish country. She is classically trained cellist and he is a lifelong jazz artist. They'll be in Saranac Lake this weekend to perform at Saranac Village at Will Rogers with their jazz trio. The concert is titled "Bach, Bolling and Bop". Todd Moe and Barb Heller have this preview.  Go to full article

16th century music to welcome 2009

This past Sunday Hill and Hollow Music continued its year-long celebration of the Champlain Quadricentennial with a performance by the Chris Norman Ensemble. The sold-out concert at the Church in the Hollow in Saranac began with a 16th century English song that somehow seemed appropriate for this New Year's holiday.  Go to full article
Chris Norman Ensemble
Chris Norman Ensemble

Music of Maritime Canada Returns to SLU

Canada's virtuoso flutist Chris Norman and his ensemble present "Piper in the Pantry" tonight (8pm) at St. Lawrence University's Noble Center in The Underground. It celebrates the complimentary arts of food, cooking and music. Todd Moe has a preview.  Go to full article

Music: Master Flutist Yoshio Kurahashi

Yoshio Kurahashi is one of Japan's great master shakuhachi flute players. He's performed on the evocative bamboo instrument for more than 40 years and has garnered esteem and accolades from across the world. Earlier this month, Yoshio Kurahashi was a guest at the Japanese Embassy in Ottawa. The embassy presented a free concert, at the National Gallery Theatre, as a New Year's gift to the community. The recital also featured Yoko Hirono Itatani on the koto, or Japanese floor harp. Lucy Martin spoke with Yoshio Kurahashi and recorded music from the concert. She asked him about the significance of New Year's in Japanese culture.  Go to full article

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