Brandon Boardman is among the Harvest Picks Concert musicians. (Courtesy Photo)
On Sunday, October 25th, a talented trio of musicians will take the stage at the Mattituck-Laurel Library for East End Arts' Harvest Picks Concert. The free performances, which are hosted by the North Fork Reform Synagogue, will begin at 2 p.m.
"It is a great opportunity to be able to collaborate with North Fork Reform Synagogue in showcasing three of our very talented students," shared Diane Giardi, East End Arts Education Director. "Thank you to the Mattituck-Laurel Library for providing their excellent performance space."
The afternoon will showcase three of the East End Arts School's highly skilled students and alumni during solo concerts. Harvest Picks Concert featured performers will include Brandon Boardman on piano, Brett Callagy on viola, and Sophia Dupuis on vocals.
Mattituck-Laurel Library is located at 13900 Main Road in Mattituck. For more information, call 631-369-2171 or visit eastendarts.org.
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