Posted Saturday, February 2nd, 2019

The Morris County Library Concert Series returns on Sunday, Feb. 24 with a Musical Celebration of African-American History Month. Featured performers will be Al-Jabril Muhammad (baritone) performing Spirituals accompanied by Darren O’Neill, guitar; and City Winds Piano Trio performing the music of William Grant Still, Charles Lucky Roberts, and Scott Joplin.

Al-Jabril Muhammad

Al-Jabril Muhammad

 

 

City Winds Piano Trio

City Winds Piano Trio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The series continues on Sunday, March 31 with Arctic 5 Woodwind Quintet: Also known as the “Wind Quintet from Sweden,” Arctic 5 performs the standard classical pieces for quintet written by composers such as Nielsen, Ligeti, Haydn, and Reicha, modern works, and popular music from different genres.

Arctic 5 Woodwind Quintet

Arctic 5 Woodwind Quintet

The spring concert series concludes on Sunday, April 28 with a special concert by legendary pianist and local hero, Rio Clemente. Maestro Clemente will perform a solo retrospective of some of his favorite jazz compositions performed over his long career. *Reservation required.*

Rio Clemente

Rio Clemente

All performances will be held in the Public Meeting Room and are free of charge. Performances will run from 3-4PM. Doors will open at 2:30PM. Reception to follow each program. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis (except for Rio Clemente – reservation required). Please contact 973-285-6887 for more information.

Morris County Library Series Returns with Musical Celebration of African-American History Month

Morris County Library’s own Darren O’Neill will accompany Al-Jabril Muhammad on guitar on Feb. 24