Ohio Regional Music Arts and Cultural Outreach presents Wadsworth musician and singer/songwriter David Zuder in “Something Borrowed, Something Blues: Basic SongwritinOhio Regional Music Arts and Cultural Outreach continues its free Sunday afternoon concerts at the Wadsworth Public Library, 132 Broad Street, Wadsworth, OH 44281 at 2pm with Cleveland-based violinist Sylvia Wehrs. Sylvia will perform solo violin music inspired by dance from Bach’s Partitas to Piazzola’s Tango Etudes.
Reservations are recommended by reserving online or calling 330-722-2541 as seating is limited.
Sylvia Wehrs is a graduate of Cleveland Institute of Music, with both a Bachelor’s in Violin Performance and a Master’s degree in Violin Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy. A fully registered teacher through the Suzuki Association of the Americas, she teaches at the Music Settlement, Laurel School, Thrive Arts Center, and maintains a private studio. As a performer, she plays regularly throughout the Cleveland area with the Akron Symphony, Citymusic Cleveland, and Cleveland Opera Theater. Ms Wehrs also works internationally, recently teaching and performing in Harare, Zimbabwe, Osorno, Chile, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. She has participated in the National Repertory Orchestra, Music Inspire Africa, and the Global Leaders Program.g.” David can be seen and heard in area coffee shops and restaurants throughout the area on weekends. His musical influences include rock, rockabilly, classical, ragtime and blues. Band influences include The Beatles, Boston, Eighties Metal and Alternative.
David will present a combination of original and popular cover songs and will also demonstrate how songwriters use and sometimes borrow the same elements and chord progressions in different and unique ways to make the song their own. These elements include the roots of blues and its 12 bar format.
Admission: Free. To guarantee seats, call 330-334-5761 to reserve as these programs tend to fill up quickly.
Wadsworth Public Library