Musical Entertainment

Rejoice in Art! celebrates many modes of artistic expression, music included. Enjoy the following musical performances as you browse the art.

Saturday, October 12

11 a.m. – Noon Musical Entertainment by The Easy Jax (Sunset Patio, Upper Level)

The Easy Jax BandThe Easy Jax are a dynamic, Southern California singing and songwriting band.

1 – 3 p.m. Jack Ramsey, Piano Performance (Social Hall, Lower Level)

Pianist Jack RamseyAn immigrant from Ireland, Jack performed several times on BBC radio and television before leaving for the States. For years he has been a local South Bay favorite. His programs include music from the “classics” and his own arrangements of pop favorites. Jack also performs weekly at Torrance Memorial Hospital.

4 – 5 p.m. Ben Wylder (Sunset Patio, Upper Level)

Ben Wylder

Sunday, October 13

11 – 12 p.m. Palos Verdes Symphonic Band Trombone Quartet (Sunset Patio, Upper Level)

tromboneA trombone quartet of the Palos Verdes Symphonic Band will entertain visitors on the patio.

Noon – 1 p.m. The Easy Jax (Social Hall, Lower Level)

The Easy Jax BandThe Easy Jax, a dynamic, Southern California singing and songwriting band will perform an acoustic set.

1 – 3 p.m. Piano Entertainment by Stephen Connors (Social Hall, Lower Level)

Pianist Stephen ConnorsStephen will play piano selections from Broadway musicals, Disney and other popular scores. He plays often for community events such as the Loaves & Fishes meals at Riviera UMC.

2 – 3 p.m. Dulcimer Music (Sunset Patio, Upper Level)

Barbara GershmanBarbara Gershman first heard the Hammered Dulcimer on a recording in a Yosemite gift shop and found one of the few Southland hammered dulcimer teachers. Learning to play the dulcimer provided balance to a 31 year community college teaching career (Nutrition & Family & Consumer Sciences) and also led to many friendships, musical opportunities and a retirement career. Barbara performs frequently at a variety of public and private events throughout Southern California, and is VP and co-director of Southern California Dulcimer Heritage nonprofit’s annual festival in Redondo Beach, to help keep traditional music alive.

 

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