Thursday, October 24, 2013

Summary of Events: Thursday through Sunday (10/24-10/27, 2013)

So far for October, I have blown my posts-per-month rate out of the water, and mainly because of the last week of posts about events this weekend. I'll summarize. My apologies for whatever I've missed. Go poke around the links on my Event Sources page to see what else is happening.

Today (Thursday, 10/24) from noon to 1:30 PM, pianist Tzu-yi Chen and violinist Boris Abramov will return to A Little Lunch Music, a series I coordinate at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art. There's more about Tzu-yi and Boris and their three-part Beethoven miniseries at this previous post, and there are some poster images at this one. I have a tab on this site for the series, but we're phasing that out. The museum's page for the series is here.

Tonight (still Thursday, 10/24) there are three things going on that I've mentioned. Click here for a post about the great band, Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, playing the Cultural Center of East Alabama with The Saint Johns. Click here for a post about the Broadway touring production of Mamma Mia at the Opelika Center for the Performing Arts. And click here for the first post about Almeda Trio's concert at Goodwin Hall, and there's another post here.

Then for tomorrow (Friday, 10/25) we have a post interviewing Martha's Trouble to talk about the Duo's United Tour at Spicer's Music featuring them, Naked Blue and Beki Hemingway. The same night, Sundilla will host Small Potatoes at the Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and I posted about that here.

And then for Sunday (10/27), there's a post about bluegrass singer Laurie Harris performing at her CD release party at The Auburn Guitar Shoppe. I did not post about the 1922 classic silent film, Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror playing at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art Sunday at 2:00 PM and then again on Halloween (10/31) at 5:00 PM. Museum's film page is here.

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