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Message from the Director: Where Words Fail, Music Speaks

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Message from the Director: Where Words Fail, Music Speaks

Hans Christian Andersen once said, “Where words fail, music speaks.” So why not take a break from the written word that fills our bookshelves and experience an enchanting PELmusical concert?

I am excited to invite the community to the Livingston Public Library on Sunday, March 31 at 3:30 PM for  “An Afternoon of Classical Favorites” as performed by the PEL Piano Trio.  The PEL Piano Trio is made up of three musicians,  Patricia Brady-Danzig who will play the piano, Nancy Lederer who will  play the violin, and Sariah Mourik Johnson who will play the cello.  The trio will be playing Beethoven’s Piano Number 1, Haydn Piano trio Number 6, and Light Classics.  Sometimes music itself is exactly what we need to hear.

All the best,
Amy

4 Responses

        1. Hi Ruth. There was no registration for the PEL Piano Trio. The link is for the calendar description of the event. Have a great week!

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