Irish Music at Randolph Library

Irish Music at Randolph Library

RANDOLPH TWP. – The Randolph Township Library has planned several upcoming programs.

All below listed programs are for adults 18 and over.

Randolph Library card holders may register at randolphnj.org/library and click on "Online Program Calendar & Signup," or call (973) 895-3556. Non-residents may register a week before the program."

 

•The Randolph Library presents "The Irish Balladeer" at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 11.

Bagpiping, Irish step dancing, traditional tales, and lively jigs and reels played on the banjo and mandolin, all come together to create this exciting program. Attendees will explore all aspects of Irish performing culture.

Richard Stillman was featured on the premiere episode of PBS’s children’s tv series, "Shining Time Station."  He received critical acclaim for his performance on “Lady Be Good” at the Kennedy Center and the Goodspeed Opera House; and has also appeared on Broadway in various productions.

For adults 18 and over. Randolph library card holders may register at randolphnj.org/library and click on "Online Program Calendar & Signup," or call (973) 895-3556. Non-residents may register a week before the program.

 

•The Randolph Library presents "Blues, Ballads, and Bossa" at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 18.

Rosalind Grant sings uptempo jazz standards including swing, blues, ballads, and bossa.  Grant is a talented vocalist who studied at the New School in NYC and has performed extensively throughout the United States and abroad.  She currently works with Sharp Radway, pianist and Musical Director for the Lionel Hampton Celebration Big Band.

For adults 18 and over. Randolph library card holders may register at randolphnj.org/library and click on "Online Program Calendar & Signup," or call (973) 895-3556. Non-residents may register a week before the program.

 

•The Randolph Library presents "The Art of Japanese Ikenobo Ikebana Flower Arranging" at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28.

Toshio Okimatsu, Vice president of the Ikenobo Ikebana Society of NJ, will provide a brief introduction to the five styles of Ikebana arrangements, after which he will create several arrangements.

The origin of Ikebana goes back 550 years in the Rokkakudo in Kyoto, as a Buddist floral offering.  It has been passed down through generations of the Ikenobo family and from teacher to student, and spread throughout Japan and the world.

For adults 18 and over. Randolph library card holders may register at randolphnj.org/library and click on "Online Program Calendar & Signup," or call (973) 895-3556. Non-residents may register a week before the program.

 

•For more information on any of these programs, call Lorenza Vidris, adult program manager, at (973) 895-3556.

Randolph Reporter


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