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New York Power Authority to Host a Summer Concert of Classical Music

Steve Ramsey

July 18, 2006 


NORTH BLENHEIM – The New York Power Authority will host an admission-free Summer Concert of Classical Music on the lawn of historic Lansing Manor at 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 22. 

The concert will feature Nathan Lawrence, a violinist who performs in the Capital Region and throughout New York State.  Lawrence has been a first violinist with numerous Eastern New York orchestras, including the Schenectady, Catskill and Utica Symphonies.  He teaches music in the East Greenbush School System and privately in Cobleskill and the Capital Region. 

Lawrence will be joined by Michael Clement, a pianist who is minister of music at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Albany, the pianist for the Mendelssohn Club and a rehearsal pianist for the Lake George Opera Festival.

Food and beverages will be available for sale at the concert.  Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket.


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