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Budding Musicians Featured In East End Arts’ Spring Concert

Olivia Braat

This spring, East End Arts is teaming up with the North Fork Reform Synagogue to showcase a few young talents from the East End Arts School during the Blooming Artists Concert. The performance will take place at the Mattituck- Laurel Library on Sunday, April 2 at 2 p.m.

For the Blooming Artists Concert, the East End Arts Chamber Ensemble will be joined by instructor and cellist Jeannie Woelker, cellist Kieran Ameres, violinist Ben Eager, pianist Julia Gimenez, pianist Katerina Reich, and cellist Fallon Spellman.

"Relax into spring with a bit of Bach, Sviridov, some traditional Irish tunes, a Romanian Folk song and more," shared Diane Giardi, East End Arts Education Director.

Admission to the Blooming Artists Concert is free and the event is open to all, and refreshments will be served.

The East End Arts School was founded in 1995. The Riverhead-based school presents year-round group and individual instruction that focuses on music, visual art and theater. The East End Arts School also offers summer arts camps that serve nearly 500 students each year.

Mattituck-Laurel Library is located at 13900 Main Road in Mattituck. For more information, call 631-369-2171 or visit eastendartsorg.




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