St. Patrick's Day Duo at St. Paul's
Chamber Music and Concert Duo Christopher Collins Lee and Merynda Adams to perform in Westfield.
Irish eyes will be smiling on March 17, 2013 at 3 p.m., when celebrated Chamber Music and Concert Duo Christopher Collins Lee and Merynda Adams perform A St. Patrick’s Day Concert for Violin and Harp at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 414 E. Broad Street (near Euclid Ave.) in Westfield, NJ.
Sponsored by The Friends of Music at St. Paul’s, the concert will feature Romantic era music by Saint Saens, Gounod, de Falla and Elgar. Also to be featured is a medley of beloved Irish songs, including The Last Rose of Summer and Danny Boy. Dr. Lee is an internationally renowned violinist and an Official Musical Ambassador of the U.S. Dept. of State.
One of his many recordings was chosen to represent human culture on The Voyater Time Capsule, which is now leaving our solar system. Ms. Adams is a critically acclaimed harpist who has performed throughout the U.S., France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Puerto Rico. She made her New York debut to a sold-out Carnegie Recital Hall as the 1994 winner of the Artists International Competition.
A donation of $20 at the door is suggested. Students and parking are free. Following the concert, the public is invited to a wine and hors d'oeuvres reception in the Cloister. For more information, contact Charles M. Banks at (908) 232-8506 ext.17 or visit email@example.com.