November’s Carnegie Centennial Concert

Come to the library for another special concert in our centennial series!   Saturday evening  November 13 will feature cellist David Carter.

David Carter is Professor of Music at St. Olaf College. He holds degrees from the University of Minnesota, Indiana University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Though legally blind as a result of the retinal disease choroideremia, Dr. Carter maintains an active performing and teaching schedule. He is cellist of the Melius Trio, Artistic Director of the Bridge Chamber Music Festival, and recently served as Cello Editor for the Minnesota String Teachers Association newsletter, StringNotes. Dr. Carter has served as Principal Cellist of the Wichita Symphony, performing as soloist with that ensemble in addition to the Minnesota Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.

7 PM Dessert and beverages  7:30 – 8:15 PM Concert

Sponsored by the Northfield Public Library, 210 Washington St. All programs are free and open to all!  Supported by the Northfield Area Foundation, Goodbye Blue Monday, the Ole Cafe and the Friends of the Library.

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