Concordia Conservatory to Present 'Musical Adventures' at the Bronxville Library Thursday, November 17 Print

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By Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory


Nov. 16, 2016:  The first of three music and literature programs titled Musical Adventures at the Library with Concordia Conservatory will take place on November 17 and 18 at three local libraries. The event, "Thankfulness," is sponsored by The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe and is geared towards children.

The program features books and music celebrating the public servants in our community. All performances in the series, now in its fifth year, are free and open to the public. The two musical readings, "Molly's Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen" and "One is a Feast for a Mouse" by Judy Cox, are for children from pre-school to early elementary and their families. The program will be presented by Conservatory faculty guitarist Lee Metcalf and storyteller Audry Ginsburg.

Schedule 
Eastchester Library:  Thursday, November 17, 1:30 pm

Bronxville Library:  Thursday, November 17, 4:00 pm

Tuckahoe Library:  Friday, November 18, 11:00 am

About the Program

The Community Fund sponsors the 2016-17 presentations of Musical Adventures at the Library with Concordia Conservatory in partnership with the Concordia Conservatory and the public libraries of Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe along with the librarians in the Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe School Districts. This grant program is designed to offer free programming to our surrounding communities through music and literature presentations and to enhance the language arts and music curricula in Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe. This grant from The Community Fund reaches children age 3-13 and their families. 

The programs are free and open to the public. For information, call the Concordia Conservatory office at 914-395-4507 or contact the Eastchester, Bronxville, and Tuckahoe Public Libraries.

Pictured here:  Performers in "Musical Adventures" 
in a previous year. 

Photo courtesy Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory