26 Thursday / April 26, 2018

Tea Club

05:00 pm to 07:00 pm
Cup & Kettle
http://www.cupandkettletea.com

Come have tea with us at tea club. Bring some tea to share or come just to chat.

Entertainment

26 Thursday / April 26, 2018

Jacobs School of Music Parlor Concert

05:30 pm
Wylie House Museum
https://libraries.indiana.edu/jacobs-school-music-parlor-concert

Wylie House Museum is delighted to host a Jacobs School of Music Recital. This free parlor concert features a string quartet. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the concert begins promptly at 6 p.m.

Quartet Concert Program

Joseph Haydn, String Quartet op.33 no.5 in G Major

Vivace assai

Largo e cantabile

Scherzo: Allegro

Finale: Allegretto

Dmitri Shostakovich, String Quartet No. 7 op.108 in f-sharp minor

Allegretto

Lento

Allegro – Allegretto

Henri Dutilleux, Ansi la nuit (Thus the night)

Nocturne

Miroir d’espace

Litanies

Litanies II

Constellations

Nocturne II

Temps suspendu

Quartet Members: Clara Vazquez, violin; Clara Scholtes, violin; Leonardo Vasquez, viola, Lawrence Dibello, cello

Live Music

26 Thursday / April 26, 2018

BHSN Evening of the Arts

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Bloomington High School North Media Center (library)
https://www.mccsc.edu/bloomingtonhsn

Evening of the Arts is a celebration of the visual and performing arts, and is a long-standing tradition at Bloomington High School North. There will be an exhibition of visual art that includes painting, drawing, ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts, jewelry/metals, stained glass, photography, and some mixed-media work. There will also be short performances by jazz ensembles and theater students.

This is another in a series of events in the BHSN Celebration of the Arts! Please join us if you can.

Children / Entertainment / Exhibits / Live Music / Theater

26 Thursday / April 26, 2018

Malcolm Holcombe

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
The Players Pub
https://www.theplayerspub.com

Malcolm Holcombe by Alan Kaufman

Malcolm Holcombe is possessed by a singular sort of solitary genius that, like the novelist William Faulkner, is yet the voice of an entire region–the South–and even of a generation, though somehow transcendent of it, timeless. If true greatness moves from the particular to the universal, his music speaks for all of humanity while remaining entirely his own.

A North Carolina son of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Holcombe belongs to a tradition of bardic singer-songwriters that includes such legends as Townes Van Zandt, Blaze Foley, Gurf Morlix and David Olney. He is an acclaimed contemporary of Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle and has shared the stage with Merle Haggard, Richard Thompson, John Hammond, and Leon Russell. Yet Holcombe stands apart, his soul-stirring lyrics are hill country high poetry, the music pure back roads. His musicianship is uncanny, like no other, as though he had invented the guitar.

In a very real sense he is a latter day Elizabethan poet troubadour of barrooms, ragged towns and coal miner shacks. His intimate, poignantly etched lyrics invite you in, sit you down, and speak directly to you. Listening to them, you are befriended.

Dance / Eat and Drink / Entertainment / Live Music

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