Thanks for stopping by A Family Place. I enjoy working with families, and sharing the power of music with them. Kindermusik provides this outlet for me. This blog will allow me to share thoughts and ideas that can help families in their journey.
Get a sitter and make a date to enjoy an event at Berry College!
Rick Berman Clayworker will be on display in the Moon Gallery from September 22nd - October 17th, 2014. The Gallery Talk will be on Monday, September 22nd at 7 pm.
FREE CONCERT - Thursday September 25
The Atlanta Percussion Trio has been performing for audiences for the past 27 years. The group is comprised of three of Atlanta’s finest professional musicians with a total of more than eight decades of music-making between them. Scott Douglas, Karen Hunt and John Lawless provide upbeat, high-energy programs to entertain and educate audiences about the world of percussion sounds. We are delighted to have the Atlanta Percussion Trio open this year’s Concert Series! Ford Auditorium, 730 pm
LECTURE - Thursday September 25
Gary Cross is Distinguished Professor of Modern History at Pennsylvania State University. He is a 20th century US cultural historian and author of several books that include "Men to Boys: The Making of Modern Immaturity" and "The Playful Crowd: Pleasure Places in the 20th Century." Krannert Ballroom E, 730 pm
Hailed as the “gem” of Broadway musicals by the Wall Street Journal, The Fantasticks remains the longest running musical on the Great White Way and includes timeless classic songs like Try to Remember, and Soon It’s Gonna Rain. It is a bittersweet coming-of-age story about family, friendship, and first love. It reminds us that “without a hurt, the heart is hollow.”
Based in New York City, Christian Sineath joins us for a spectacular evening of musicmaking. Ms. Sineath has performed professionally in oratorio, musical theatre andtheatre productions. She is a Resident Artist with Dicapo Opera and has been a featured soloist with The National Lyric Opera and Opera Slavica in New York City.