Upcoming events: Cellist performs in Ludlow; ‘Every Sunday’ memoirist at Whiting Library

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Cellist Jari Piper

Cellist Jari Piper

May 31: Renowned  cellist performs in Ludlow

Friends of Ludlow Auditorium have announced that Jari Piper will present a cello concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 31 at Ludlow Town Hall Auditorium, 37 Depot St., Ludlow.

A solo cellist, Piper’s performances are an intense hour of New Music ranging from the dark and introspective to the raucous and virtuosic. His music takes inspiration from a global range of genres and influences: classical, jazz, minimalism and folk music from the Balkans and the Americas all featured within his programs.

Piper is not a newcomer to the area. He participated in the Okemo Young Artists Program held in Ludlow for several summers.

More information is available at his website, www.jaripiper.com.

'Every Sunday' author at Chester's Whiting Library.

‘Every Sunday’ author at Chester’s Whiting Library.

June 4: Memoir writer speaks on father’s legacy

Author Donna Dearborn will show slides and talk about her memoir, Every Sunday — a Father and Daughter’s Enduring Connection at 5 p.m. on Wednesday June 4 in the Community Room of Whiting Library located at 117 Main St. in Chester.

The public is invited to listen to tales and excerpts from this tribute to her father, Frank Dearborn, a man who touched so many people with his kind smile, words and actions and a father who listened deeply and played wholeheartedly.

Filled with outdoor adventures and reflections on their Sunday letters and nursing home visits, Every Sunday is an upbeat, powerful story of an inspirational father-daughter bond and the story of a man who lived life with exuberance, integrity, and humility.

For more information call the library at 875-2277. The library is handicapped accessible.

– Compiled by Susan Lampe-Wilson

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