By some divine grace you have managed to survive yet another week of the ol’ rat race. Hey, speaking of grace…
On Friday, get over to Grace Episcopal Church to catch “An Evening with Victoria Robertson and Bernardo Bermudez” at 7 p.m. The pair have been friends and colleagues for the last 12 years and have performed together at the San Diego Opera for several years and have been pulled together for symphony concerts across the West Coast. Bermudez’ lush baritone voice, combined with Robertson’s vibrant soprano tones, make for a full and warm spectrum of sound that demonstrates the beauty and power of the acoustic voice. Touring with the pair is pianist Vernon Snyder, who tours internationally as a solo pianist. Admission is $25 at the door only, or pay as you can.
On Saturday, go check out Alex Callenberger, Dan Phelps, Steve Moore and Sean Lane at an evening of musical improvisation beginning at 7 p.m. at the Grange Hall on Madison Avenue. What will this audio stew sound like? No one knows for sure, but the ingredients are high quality, fresh and locally sourced. Admission is $10 at the door. Tickets and more information at: www.danphelps.com.
On Sunday, head over to the Bainbridge Public Library as Island Theatre at the Library presents “Skylight” by David Hare at 7:30 p.m. It is directed by Tell Schreiber and features Helen Heaslip, Tom Challinor and Quinn Balas. Admission is free, with donations welcome.
Then it’s time to kiss your weekend goodbye and pack a lunch for Monday.
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