Sounds of Lyons is thrilled to announce the 2014 season, September 12 through 14. Continuing with its genuine exploration of ways to make music accessible, available, and attainable for all, the 2014 season will feature three evening concerts, one outdoor free event, and a three-day workshop for children.
Friday 9/12 Crazy About You 8 pm Rogers Hall
a stunning tapestry of Classical, Flamenco, Jazz, Folk, and Original music with guitarist Alfredo Muro, flutist Emma Shubin, singer Shannon Johnson, dancers, and the Sage Ensemble.
Saturday 9/13 Life True 8 pm Rogers Hall
Four short documentary films by Jem Moore, a coffee grower, Buddhist caligrapher chef, activist singer-songwriter and massage therapist, interconnected by the sublime Late Beethoven String Quartets opus 130 & 132.
Sunday 9/14 Celebrating Lyons II 3 pm Sandstone Park
Local musicians with a national presence Taarka, The Songbirds and Granias come together to commemorate the Great Flood and share a sense of new hope with their friends and neigbors.
Sunday 9/14 Goldberg Variations & 32 Sleepless Nights 8 pm Lyons Community Church
Bach’s Goldberg Variation, legendarily associated with the insomniac Count Kaiserling, presented with thoughts/essays on experiencing sleepless nights. Performed by guest authors and musicians of the Sage Trio, MinTze Wu, Michael Graham, and ChiehFan Yiu
“B.A.M.M.” is the first Sounds of Lyons Musical Arts Program (SOL MAP) in collaboration with Integral Steps in bringing a rich combination of Biology, Arts, Movement, and Music to spark children’s creativity and cultivate their curiosity. Mark your calendar and stay tune for more information in the coming issues.