On November 2, a pop-up art gallery featuring artwork from students of Marion-Sterling School was featured at a BrownBag concert with the Cleveland TOPS Swing Band.
In anticipation of Jake Swanson and Sarah Marchitelli kicking off the fall BrownBag Concert Series on Oct. 1, we caught up with Jake for a quick interview. Q: Tell us about the program you have planned for the BrownBag concert? Jake: The concert on Oct. 1st is in collaboration with the Trinity Chamber Orchestra. We are very excited to be presenting Händel’s Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (a transcription as the work originally featured two oboes, not two saxophones), Erwin Dressel’s Duo-Konzert für Sopran und Altsaxophon, and Oblivion and Escualo – two tango masterpieces by Astor Piazzolla.
The Visual Artists at Trinity will host its 4th Annual Arts Bazaar during both nights of the 2013 Medieval Feast. The Feasts take place Jan. 25 and 26 and begin each evening at 6 p.m. Twenty percent of the bazaar proceeds are donated to Music and Art’s BrownBag concert series. The Arts Bazaar is open to the public both days from 2-5:45 p.m. and for Medieval Feast ticket holders only from 6-10:30 p.m. Bazaar participants include: Barbara Pitorak Bloom – Images in Bloom Hand Painted Silks, Beaded Jewelry, Soaps and Scrubs The Mudd Sisters – Pottery and Clay Whistles