Sundays | Starting January 7 to February 25
The Chelsea District Library is proud to present its 2017-2018 Sonic Sunday lineup! Stay tuned here or on Facebook for further Sonic Sunday updates. This Winter Music Series is made possible by the Friends of Chelsea District Library.
Gemily Family Concert | Sunday, Jan. 7
2–3pm | McKune Room | Drop-in | All ages
Gemily is Gemini—children’s folk music duo San and Laz Slomovits—plus San's daughter Emily. The trio perform catchy sing-alongs, interactive hand-motion songs, funny stories, cool instruments and folk music from around the world. This concert will be a treat for the whole family!
Chelsea High School Percussion Ensembles Concert | Sunday, Jan. 14
2–3pm | Chelsea High School | 740 N. Freer Rd. | Drop-In | All ages
Chelsea High School Percussion Ensembles perform in their very own Chelsea High School auditorium with bells, xylophone, timpani, marimba and more! Students will perform the same classical ensemble pieces that they will compete with in the MSBOA Solo & Ensemble Festival.
A2SO Reed Trio | Sunday, Jan. 28 | 2–3pm | McKune Room
Drop-In | All ages
Join us for an intimate concert with the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Reed Trio. Oboist Timothy Michling, clarinetist Elliott Ross, and bassoonist Christian Green will present a variety of works, from fugues to arias, the Baroque Period to the Jazz Ages, from Beethoven to Gershwin, and beyond!
Nutshell | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 2–3pm | McKune Room | Drop-In | All ages
Experience a unique blend of traditional Celtic music influenced by rock, folk, and world music. Nutshell incorporates instruments from all over the world, including the sitar and dulcimer, as well as the flute, Celtic harp, guitars, drums, and fiddle, for a musical treat for all!
Mo' Easy | Sunday, Feb. 18 | 2–3pm | Jet's Pizza—Rumpus Room
510 N. Main St. | Drop-In | All ages
This week join us for music inspired by New Orleans, where the rich ethnic and cultural makeup set the stage for development and evolution of many distinctive traditions. A new style of music came out of New Orleans after World War II. Prominent musicians such as Fats Domino, Professor Long Hair and Chris Kenner helped shape what was first widely known as “rhythm and blues.” Click here to get a preview of Mo' Easy.
In partnership with The Rumpus Room.
San, Emily & Jacob | Sunday, Feb. 25 | 2–3pm | Silver Maples Retirement Community | 100 Silver Maples Dr. | Drop-in | All ages
San, Emily, and Jacob’s concerts feature a range of traditional and contemporary folk, classical music, and Broadway show tunes. Their beautifully blended harmony vocals and exciting instrumental work breathe new life into a wide variety of American and international music, and audiences thrill to their warmth, humor and ease on stage.
In partnership with Silver Maples Retirement Community.
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