News – Sunday, December 4, 2016
Date: Sunday, December 4, 2016
Time: Social with cash bar 12:30 PM, Brunch 1:00 PM
Place: Woodstock Club, 1301 West 38th Street - The East Room
Guest Musician - Tom Duncan: Composer, Craftsman, 'The Harpdude'
The Indianapolis Branch of the E-SU invites you and your guests to a Musical Program. You will be greeted with 'Tunes of the Season'' on Woodstock's grand piano followed, in the East Room, with the beautiful sounds of the Celtic Harp.
The musical ability of Tom Duncan is mesmerizing. He has written music for various pop and classical performances, plays and video productions. His first CD, The Harpdude, paints the sites and sounds of Scotland, Ireland, and England. His second is, Standing in the Shadows.
While studying piano at Butler University, Duncan developed a loving interest for historical instruments. His love for Early Music led him to research on how they were created. He began his collection of tools and expanded his skills as a craftsman making his own folk harps.
The cost will be $27 per person and includes a Wassail Bowl and the Woodstock Club Brunch. Please clip the reservation form below and send to our Branch Treasurer, Niels P. Lyster, 1752 Glencary Crest, Indianapolis, IN 46228-3363 no later than November 26th.
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I look forward to welcoming you and your guests at the Woodstock Club on December 4.
Very truly yours,
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Niels P. Lyster, Treasurer
The English-Speaking Union
1752 Glencary Crest
Indianapolis, IN 46228-3363
The ESU celebrates English as a shared language to foster global understanding and good will by providing educational and cultural opportunities for students, educators, and members.
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