Saturday, January 28, 7:30pm
Brazilian music comes to the Library to herald the month of the Carnival. The Berkshire Bateria Escola De Samba, a unique performance group, has a roster of thirty talented performers include drummers, dancers, singers, and melodic instrumentalists. Bossa Triba performs a wide variety of music from Brazil, including hot samba rhythms and cool bossa nova jazz. This performance is free, but we ask that you reserve your seat by calling the Library (860-542-5075) or visiting our registration page here.
Saturday, February 11, 2:00pm
Jim Nelson and his popular Norfolk Festival Listening Club return to Norfolk with a program featuring the Argus Quartet, which holds the Quartet in Residence Fellowship at the Yale School of Music. Recent performances of the Argus include a standing room only showcase at the Chamber Music America Conference in New York. Designed to be fun and engaging, the Listening Club is an opportunity for both the experienced concertgoer and the classical music novice to enjoy an informal discussion of chamber music among friends, old and new. No background in music is necessary – all you need is an active curiosity. Members of the audience are encouraged to participate with questions and comments. This performance is free, but we ask that you reserve your seat by calling the Library (860-542-5075) or visiting our registration page here.