The Red Cedar Chamber Music will bring live music from living composers to the Center Point Library when they present their "Licorice Schtick" concert at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, October 14. There is no charge to attend.
Red Cedar regulars violinist Miera Kim and cellist Carey Bostian will be joined by clarinetist Christine Bellomy and violist Elizabeth Oakes.
Pieces will include a Brazilian folk music-style work by current composer-in-residence Michael Kimber and a re-arrangement by Red Cedar's first composer-in-residence Jerry Owen of his 1994 "Licorice Brittle."
The free concert will be held in the Library basement community room where the audience can social distance. The musicians will wear masks, as will the audience.
Friends of the Center Point Library is sponsoring the concert.