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Tango! Tango! Tango!
This interactive program features soprano Ana Kouyoumdjian and the Harmonia Chamber Players as they explore the passionate and exhilarating art form of the Tango. Music by D'Anzi, Grever, Bottea, Serafin, Scheletti and Bizet will be presented. Elizabeth Kalfayan instructs and guides audiences in basic Tango dance steps and encourages the expression of the feelings in the music through interpretive movement improvisation. No partner required for this fun and imaginative experience.
Harmonia Chamber Players is a dynamic group of highly skilled classical musicians who bring a variety of innovative presentations to the public.
Elizabeth Kalfayan is expecially known for her performance lectures that present the works and genius of the great composers for the violoncello including Schumann, Rachmaninov, Beethoven, and Shostakovich. With humor and a deep sense of the emotional and historical context, she takes the listener on a journey to the heart of music. A more intimate and personally enriching relationship with music is fostered.
For more information: http://elilzabethkalfayan.com/html/harmonia_chamber_players.htm
Admission is FREE, however, seating is limited. Children under eight must be accompanied by an adult.
|Where||Fort Lee Public Library 320 Main St, Fort Lee, NJ 07024|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
|Phone||201.592.3614 ext 4010|
More About Fort Lee Public Library
The Fort Lee Public Library is located in the Henry Hoebel Building, just across Main Street from Borough Hall. Easily accessible by public transportation with a bus stop conveniently located directly in front of the building, the library also has a large parking lot around back. Inside the two-story structure, patrons will find an exceptionally quiet and comfortable space for reading, research, studying or taking advantage of the library's free WiFi or desktop computers. Comfortable reading chairs, no shortage of cubicles and work tables - some complete with table lamps - and a friendly, helpful staff make a visit to the library a pleasant experience for anyone. On the second level are additional stacks of books, plenty of windows emitting ample daylight and an excellent view of Fort Lee in four directions. Other features include a young adult corner, an adult reading room, adult literacy aids, a conference room and a large community bulletin board. The basement level serves as a media room with periodicals and newspapers, videos, DVDs and a media reference desk as well as a small exhibition space where local artists and photographers can showcase their work. The library also hosts film screenings, author talks and other public events. Book drops are located near the front and rear entrances.