LIVE MUSIC AT THE LIBRARY: CHASKI ON NOVEMBER 21
The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the
The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the public, but registration is required as seating is limited to 120 attendees. Registration will go live the second Sunday of the month. Ticket holders must check in at least ten minutes before the start of the event or their tickets will be released.
Chaski in a special edition of its flute/harp program Words & Other Wild Things. It’s a look at the natural world through music and readings. There’ll be newts and geckos, a famous yew tree, a Shakespearean forest lullaby, and puffins! Vocalist/guitarist Trevor Shaw joins Chaski for this delightful free program!
Chaski [CHAH-ski] means “messenger” in the Incan language of Quechua [KECH-wah]. In the spirit of this Andean traveler, Chaski brings to its audiences classical, Celtic, and Latin American folk music featuring all kinds of flutes and harps. Based in Austin, Texas, Chaski has performed together since 1985 and has toured the United States, Costa Rica, Venezuela, England, and Scotland.
Chaski is Adrienne Inglis on flutes, sikus, quena, whistle, and flauto traverso, and Shana Norton on clàrsach, harp, and accordion
Learn more at www.chaskimusic.com/
Check the Library Events Calendar for more information about each performance.
This performance is a gift of the Friends of the Georgetown Public Library.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm
Georgetown Public Library
402 W 8th St, Georgetown, TX 78626