|Area Arts Events: 08-19-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Monday, 19 August 2013 09:44|
Suburban Legend rocks market
PERRYSBURG - Suburban Legend, a combo of Perrysburg businessmen who play classic rock, will perform a Music At the Market concert Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on the Commodore Lawn, corner of Louisiana and Indiana Avenues.
The band - Lance Craig, vocals and guitar, Paul Cummings, vocals, guitar and congas, Steve Edwards, bass and vocals, Jeff Kerscher, vocals and keyboards, and Jim Seibold, drums - deliver the vocal harmonies of The Doobie Brothers, The Eagles and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young as well as high energy rock numbers by the likes of Huey Lewis and John Cougar Mellencamp. They add a little Temptations soul and an eclectic selection of new music.
In case of rain the concert moves indoors to the Judy Beck Auditorium in the Commodore BuildingÂ 140 Indiana Ave. Perrysburg August 29Â Â Â Nine Lives
BGSU's Tim Cloeter assumes reins of Masterworks Chorale
TOLEDO - The Masterworks Chorale will begin the 2013-14 season with a new conductor and artistic director. Tim Cloeter, an assistant professor of choral activities at Bowling Green State University, will take over the direction of the Chorale in addition to his university duties.
Cloeter is in his fifth year at BGSU where he conducts the Collegiate Chorale and Men's Chorus and teaches undergraduate and graduate conducting and chorale literature courses.
"I have been very interested in the opportunity to conduct outside of academia, where my relationship with the singers could last more than the four years an undergraduate student might be with me," Cloeter said. "In addition, working with musicians who are fully adults certainly has benefits, one of which is that we all can have a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the poetry we are attempting to illuminate and convey in our performing.
"My work as artistic director of the Masterworks Chorale complements my work at BGSU, allows me to serve my community, and brings visibility to the University on a regional level. "
PRIZM offering potluck, open air painting session
PERRYSBURG - As the final offering in its Inspiration Staycation Summer Program, the PRIZM Creative Community will offer "Plein Aire and Potluck,"Â Â Aug. 26 at the 577 Foundation, 577 E. Front St., from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Â Â
A limit of 15 enrollees can be accommodated at this free workshop. To pre-register contact Prizm at www.MyPrizm.com or callÂ the event chairman Beth Ware at (419) 575-0070.Â Â
During the potluck Vicki Galliger, 577 Foundation horticulturalist, will speak aboutÂ organic landscaping, followed by an introduction to outdoors painting by noted artist Joan Palombi.
After lunch, participants will have a chance to paint outdoors on the grounds. Palombi will move about offering free tips and insights in technique and composition.
WBGU-TV producing new documentary, Made In America: Lima Locomotive
WBGU-TV seeking support for film on Lima Locomotive
WBGU-TV is seeking input and support for the production of its new documentary on the Lima Locomotive Works.
The film, directed and produced by Tom Zapiecki, will look at the history and culture surrounding the manufacture ofÂ locomotives from the 1870s to the 1950s. The company was best known for producing the "Shay" geared logging steam locomotive, and for beingÂ the home of William E. Woodard's "Super Power" advanced steam locomotiveÂ concept.
Lima Locomotive Works saw decades of success until a final merger in 1951 with Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton saw the discontinuation of diesels. Some of theseÂ engines are still in use around the world today.
The film is scheduled to debut this fall.
Those wishing to be a part ofÂ bringing this story to the screen should call 1-888-892-0010 or visit http://www.wbgu.org/supportlimalocomtive.
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