I am delighted to participate in the beginning of a new collaboration between NOA Gallery of Groton, MA and Indian Hill Music in Littleton, MA. Eight of my paintings are hanging in Indian Hill Music's Camilla Blackman Hall, soaking in the harmonies and reverberations of their talented musicians! I've always appreciated musical performance; after six years of piano lessons in childhood I decided I was better at the easel than the piano, but my mother and grandmother played duets together for 60 years! My memories are full of laughter and music, from classical to show tunes to Boogie-Woogie. I am so happy that my first solo show of art is taking place in a venue so full of music!
The show will run now through February 29, 2020. There will be a reception on Sunday, February 9 from 5 to 7 pm, just after a concert of baroque music of oboe and bassoon by Catherine Weinfield-Zell and Hazy Malcomson. I hope my paintings and their music will sparkle and sing together! Tickets for the concert are $15; the reception afterward is free and open to the public.
NOA Gallery will be curating the art hanging at Indian Hill Music. For information or to inquire about a painting, please contact Joni Parker-Roach at firstname.lastname@example.org . You can find information about performances at Indian Hill Music at indianhillmusic.org. Definitely check out their new construction under way in Groton...they are building an astounding new campus for music performance and instruction!
Alexia Rosoff Wilber
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