Hot and cold music in Laconia

Published: 2/9/2020 6:34:47 PM
LaconiaHot and cold music

Join world-renown saxophonist Tom Robinson and pianist Noelle Beaudin or an evening of Latin music that will turn even the coldest heart warm with passion on Feb. 15 at 4 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Laconia. “Songs of Fire and Ice” is a collection of old and modern love songs (some not so happy!) from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba and Spain. Tickets are $15, available at the door. The church is located at 172 Pleasant Street in Laconia. Light refreshments will be served during intermission. Robinson received his bachelor’s of music in jazz studies from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. He teaches jazz piano, saxophone and directs the jazz band for St. Paul’s School in Concord. He is a member of the CCMS Musicians of Wall Street, and the PSU faculty jazz quartet. He has a busy performance schedule as a soloist, sideman, and as part of a trio with drummer Tim Gilmore, and bassist John Hunter. The trio’s recording Skylight features original music. Beaudin studied piano performance and composition at the Boston Conservatory of Music and performed frequently in the Boston area before moving to France and the U.K. She currently teaches piano and composition from her studio in Center Sandwich, is the music and choir director for the Unitarian Universalist Society of Laconia, and executive director for the New Hampshire Independent School of Music. She performs regularly throughout the New England area as a soloist or accompanist. Tickets may be purchased at Greenlaw’s Music in downtown Laconia, online at nhisom.org, or call 848-2469.

EpsomSchool screening

Epsom Central School will have screenings and registration for incoming kindergarten students and new to us first grade students for the fall of 2020 on the following dates: March 24, March 25, and March 26. Please call Epsom Central School at 736-9331 for more information and/or to make an appointment.

ConcordUSDA open house

USDA Service Center will hold an Open House on Feb. 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at 10 Ferry St., Suite 211, Concord. Talk to experts from the Farm Service Agency, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Rural Development, and the Merrimack County Conservation District about USDA technical and financial assistance and loan programs.

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