Author Reading: “Roads” by Marina Antropow Cramer — June 24. 7pm.

Marina has devoted her life to books. Please join for us on June 24th at 7pm for a reading from her first published novel, the well-reviewed “Roads,” set in Yalta and Germany at the end of WWII.

“Roads is a subtle investigation of war and everyday people struggling to find refuge…Cramer deftly illustrates the price ordinary citizens pay once the war machine is in motion. When the resolution is reached, it hovers, a tenuous moment that leaves some characters with new strength and others poised to plummet and break.” (ForeWord review)

Co-sponsored by NewburghLastSaturdays and Binnacle Books.

For info, please go to- http://marinaantropowcramer.com/books/

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Fullerton Session: Cellist/Composer Daniel Blair Frankhuizen

On Sunday July 9, starting around 7pm, cellist/composer Daniel Blair Frankhuizen will perform varied works for solo cello, ranging from early pieces composed by Johann Sebastian Bach to his own post-modern compositions for cello and electronics.

Daniel has played with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, Binghamton Symphony, renowned HV jazz groups like the Neil Alexander Ensemble and Alexis Cole Quartet, as well as: Miracles of Modern Science, Holychild, Rubblebucket, Dreamt, Elijah and the Moon, The North Country, Simone and the Spectrum, Beat the Grid, Ayurveda, John Brown’s Body, Big Mean Sound Machine, and Kevin Kinsella. He has has made festival appearances in New York (Blue Heron Festival, Fringe, Grassroots), Washington DC (Nuit Blanche, Dog Days), and Italy (Orvieto Musica).

He is the cello faculty at a local nonprofit: Stringendo, Orchestra School of the Hudson Valley, located in Wappingers Falls and teaches in his studio in Beacon. His teaching experience spans over 14 years, many of his students have gone on to study in music conservatories.

Daniel earned a Bachelor of Music, Cello Performance from the Music Conservatory at Ithaca College, and a Master of Music, Cello Performance from Purchase Conservatory.

To learn more about Daniel, please visit: https://www.danielfcello.com

$20 cash admission at the door. Light fare will be served.