Posted Tuesday, March 6th, 2018
The Morris County Library is excited to announce the return of adult musical programs for the spring of 2018, with a trio of performances, aided by the christening of the library’s new piano.
The “MCL Concert Series” kicks off on Sunday, March 18, as Keely Schmerber presents an inaugural recital of music by Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, and Chopin.
It continues on Saturday, April 7, with the Synergismus Trio, and concludes on Saturday, May 5, with a joint concert by Sylwia Kloc & The Troubadours and Ereni Sevasti (“Ereni Sevasti Sings Joni Mitchell: Stepping Out of Blue”).
“We are excited to bring back adult music programs to the county library,’’ said Morris County Library Director Susan Calantone.
“Our purchase of a new baby grand piano will help us to promote cultural literacy and encourage new patrons to discover the treasures within our County Library. We welcome everyone to attend.”
Sunday, March 18, at 3pm
Keely Schmerber, 21, is a senior at the renowned Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. She will offer a recital of music by Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, and Debussy.
Saturday, April 7, at 3pm
Synergismus Trio: Featuring Millie Calistri-Yeh, violin; Randy Calistri-Yeh, cello; and Patricia Merlucci, piano
Husband and wife musical team, Randy and Millie Calistri-Yeh, will be joined by pianist, Patricia Merlucci, for an exciting program of music by Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Mompou, and Bernstein.
Saturday, May 5, at 2pm
Sylwia Kloc & The Troubadours AND Ereni Sevasti
Sylwia Kloc & the Troubadours is a progressive indie folk group based in New York City. Sylwia enjoys writing lyrics about love, longing, travel, and everyday life. Together with bandmates, Kat and Anastasia, she brings them to life with a blend of rock, and world music.
Ereni Sevasti, a recent addition to the voice faculty at Montclair State University, will present an immersive and intimate afternoon with songs from Joni Mitchell’s masterpiece album Blue.
Accompanying herself on guitar, dulcimer and piano, with support from accomplished guitarist and MSU guitar coordinator, Darren O’Neill, Ereni celebrates the life and times of one of the world’s greatest singer-songwriters.
All programs will be held in the library’s Public Meeting Room. Admission is free. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information, call 973-285-6934.