April 27, 2014
Sunday 4pm & 7pm
Auburn Public Chorus Performance
APS is proud to announce the rebirth of Auburn Public Chorus (APC), a new community vocal ensemble! This pop chorus group will perform modern pop, folk, rock and musical theater songs with a small band. Come enjoy your favorite pop and musical theater tunes as well as the dulcet tones of APT’s new a capella group, Tonal Recall. This event will also feature three a capella groups from Skaneateles High School: The Bro Tones, The Tempo Tantrums and Voice Box. This will be an unforgettable night of vocal virtuosity!
April 27th, 2014
4:00pm & 7:00pm
Auburn Public Theater
8 Exchange Street
Mondays at Oak & Vine ~ Bring your favorite Wine to Oak & Vine and we waive the corkage fee!!!
Tuesdays at Oak & Vine ~ Gourmet Burger Night!
$8 Burgers & Frites + $3 Drafts!
Bacon Blue Burger, California Burger, AuPoivre Burger, Caribbean Burger,
Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC, 8pm ~11pm
Sundays Brunch Buffet at Springside Inn
Award winning brunch buffet!
10:30 am ~ 1 pm, 16.99 (adults), children 10 years and under 1/2 price, 4 years and under FREE
WIN a Sunday Brunch Buffet for Two! Drawings held once a month.
To enter for drawings go to Springside Inn website and join our email mailing list.
All winners will be notified by email.
April 19, 2014
Alison and Zoë are two Irish-born sisters. They are singer-songwriters who create enchanting harmonies and weave stories with their poetic original songs.
They share songs in living rooms, on trains and buses, around fires, on stages, and mostly anywhere else that you might meet them. They are currently working on their first all original album entitled “Emerge.” They hope to one day travel the world sharing their music and learning songs from different cultures.
Listen to Alison & Zoe
Tiffany Sunday Concert Series
An Afternoon with Grace Scarpino-Stoutenburg, Professional Harpist
When: Sunday, April 27, 2014 2 PM – 4 PM
Where: Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson Street, Auburn, NY 13021
Please join us for an afternoon of lovely music played in a lovely setting! As you listen to the harp’s peaceful and contemplative sounds, you also will learn a little about the harp itself.
Ms. Scarpino-Stoutenburg holds a Master of Arts in musicology from Penn State’s School of Music. She has performed with the Penn State Philharmonic Orchestra & the Altoona Symphony
Ms. Scarpino-Stoutenburg’s presentation will include works from harp masters such as Tournier, Grandjany, Thomas, Salzedo, and Hasselmans. Intermingled with these works, she will discuss practical examples of the instrument’s construction and its strengths and limitations, focusing specifically on how the harp differs from its stringed cousin, the piano. She will trace the history of the harp from the ancient through the modern age, discussing specific aspects of the evolution of performance style and practice. Each work performed will correlate directly with the topics discussed and will highlight the various and unique aspects of the harp’s performance capabilities.
Tickets for this concert are $10 at the door. Proceeds benefit the Willard Chapel. The chapel’s main entrance is on the south-facing side of the building, reached via Nelson Street. A fully accessible entrance is located off Seymour Street on the building’s north side. Please call the chapel at (315) 252-0339 for more information.