Empty Bowls Workshops
Bowl Making: February 4 & 11
Bowl Glazing: March 11 & 18
The Hoyt will once again be hosting a series of free workshops to support the Lawrence County Empty Bowls Dinner.
Bowl Making Workshops will be held February 4 & 11 with one hour sessions starting at 11 am, 1 pm, 2 pm & 3 pm.
Additional workshops will be held on March 11 & 18 to glaze the bowls.
Please call the Hoyt to register (724.652.2882). In order to accommodate as many people as possible, you will only be able to sign up for one building & one glazing time slot.
Bowls made during the workshops will be given away at the Empty Bowls dinner.
Please be advised that bowls will be available to fundraiser attendees on a first come/first serve basis. Workshop participants should not expect to reclaim the bowl he/she made if they attend the event.
May 21, 2:30 pm
Pianist Nanette Kaplan Solomon will perform Pictures of an Exhibition on Sunday, May 21 at 3 pm. Inspired by the story, colors and poetry of specific paintings, the 90 minute concert will include excerpts from Enrique Granados work “Goyescas”, selections from Zdenek Fibich’s Studies of Painters (including movements inspired by painters Jeane-Antoine Watteau, Jan Brueghel and Michelangelo Caravaggio), and much, much more.
Professor Emerita of Music at Slippery Rock University, Dr. Solomon performs frequently as a professional piano soloist and chamber musician. She has presented lecture-recitals across the country at the College Music Society’s national meetings and at international conferences in Berlin, Vienna, Kyoto, Limerick, Costa Rica, Madrid, Bangkok, Zagreb, Croatia, Seoul and Buenos Aires. She has soloed with orchestras in Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and has performed as a featured artist with the Butler, Youngstown and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestras.
Her latest CD, Badinage: Piano Music of Mana-Zucca, was released in 2015 to stellar reviews. Dr. Solomon received her early training at Juilliard, received her B.A from Yale School of Music, and earned herD.M.A. from Boston University School for the Arts. Reservations are $20 by calling 724.652.2882 or you can make your reservations online. Refreshments will be served.