Jana Jae and Jim Paul Blair can be the subsequent neighborhood musicians to carry out Music Sandwiched In activities in Central Library’s Aaronson Auditorium, Fifth Street, and Denver Avenue.
Music Sandwiched In is one of the highlighted programs inside the summertime studying software for youngsters, young adults, and adults. The loose annual program encourages every age to keep the pages turning at some point during the summer season and is ongoing through August Three. You can register for the summer studying software at any Tulsa City-County Library or online at tulsalibrary.Org/summer.
The Music Sandwiched In collection commenced with a June 10 performance using jazz pianist Don Ryan.
Subsequent performances are scheduled from noon to twelve:50 p.m. On the following dates:
• June 24 — Jana Jae and Jim Paul Blair: Classically educated as a violinist, Jae gained a reputation as the fiddler on Roy Clark’s nationally televised show, “Hee Haw.” Being the son of former Texas Playboys member Ramona Reed, Blair became uncovered to Bob Wills’s music at an early age. From Tulsa to Nashville, he has accomplished the United States, rock, and bluegrass.
• July 8 — harpist Lorelei Barton: Founder of the Midwest Harp Festival, Barton has worked with the Tulsa Philharmonic, Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera, and an expansion of chamber ensembles, in addition to at many fairs. Her programs include tracks from the classics through Broadway to pop and jazz.
• July 22 — vocalist Janet Rutland: Rutland will perform the song of Rodgers and Hammerstein, whose works consist of “Oklahoma!” Rutland is well known for her performances of songs from America’s most cherished composers. Violinist Shelby Eicher and pianist Scott McQuade will accompany her.
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