Here’s the Schedule for the Summer/Fall 2017 Music and Dance Series at the Irondequoit Library

July 5th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · No Comments ·

musicnoteThe Irondequoit Public Library has booked several talented performers for our Summer/Fall 2017 Music and Dance Series… and we hope you can join us!

Have you ever wanted to learn the basics of swing dance? Then you want to attend our “Swing Dance Lesson” on August 22. Do you like blues? The White Hots will also be performing on August 22. And if you like traditional bluegrass and country, the Blue Ridge Country Ramblers will return to the library on September 11.

And don’t miss the complete schedule for our Summer/Fall 2017 Music and Dance Series:

Date Performer Description
Thursday
July 13
7:00 PM
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The Rochester Oratorio Society’s Touring Ensemble
“Tubman to Today: A Legacy of Leadership.”

Musical tributes to the leadership, vision, and creativity that shaped human rights, women’s suffrage and equality in Rochester. Enjoy a musical profile of Harriet Tubman, songs of the suffragist era, and popular classics from the American Songbook.

Tuesday
August 22
6:00 PM
A Swing Dance Lesson With Alla and Marty Come learn the basics of swing dance–beginning footwork, leading and following! Wear smooth-soled shoes. No experience necessary. Just come to have fun!
Tuesday
August 22
7:00 PM
The White Hots With Vocalist Tina Albright Enjoy blues, swing, and jazz music by the 5-piece band and practice the dance steps you learned in the swing dance lesson!
Monday
September 11
7:00 PM
Blue Ridge Country Ramblers A concert of traditional bluegrass and country songs performed on guitar, mandolin, banjo, and standup bass.
Tuesday
October 10
7:00 PM
The Ceilidh Connection Six pipers will perform on Scottish Small Pipes.
Thursday
November 30
2:00 PM
The Oasis Community Chorus Come enjoy a concert of seasonal favorites and winter songs to put you in the mood for the holidays!
Saturday
December 9
2:00 PM
Roc City Ringers The Roc City Ringers are a community handbell ensemble who perform a wide range of classical, contemporary,
and sacred music.

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