at 8 p.m., the
Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Orche-
stra, directed by Cheung Chau, willperform their Spring Concert inRoberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium.
Their program will include Dvorak’s
New World Symphony Barber’sKnoxville Summer, performed by Jacquelyn Freund, mezzo soprano,and the Lalo Cello Concerto, 1stmovement, performed by KelvinChang. This concert will be heldin Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditor-ium and is free and open to thepublic. For information call 610-896-1011 or visit http://www.haver-ford.edu/music/events.
at 7 p.m., a coura-geous artistic collective of musi-cians, actors, poets, animators,painters, and a sculptor will deliv-er “ReUnion” – a multi-media
“dream performance” – to audiences
hailing from the tri-state area andbeyond. This artistic experience will take place at the PhiladelphiaEthical Society, 1906 RittenhouseSquare, Philadelphia, PA 19103.Tickets are $25 and can be pur-chased online at www.sacred-soul.eventbrite.com or by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Network for New Music
at 7:30 p.m.,Network for New Music, theaward-winning chamber ensemblededicated to commissioning andperforming works by living com-posers, continues its 25th Anni-
versary concert season with “Silent
Partners” featuring new works by Michael Hersch and Stephen Jaffe.
This concert will be held in Roberts
Hall, Marshall Auditorium on theHaverford College Campus at 370
Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA,
and is free and open to the public.For info call 610-896-1011.
Building a Future for Autistic Children
Jim Powers, Executive Director of Marketing for Melmark, will pro- vide parents with information andresources on how to plan a future
for their children. Melmark is a multi-
service agency focused on develop-mental disabilities. To attend the
at 6:30p.m., visit Joseph E. Regional Library
at 68 W. Chelten Avenue. For info,
call Mary Kachline at 215-685-2151.
at 7:30 p.m.at the Parkway Central Library,Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine St., join author activist Paul
Rogat Loeb as he discusses the new
edition of his best-selling book,“Soul of a Citizen.” A lifelong par-ticipant in social and environmen-tal causes, the Seattle based Loebcalls for a renewal of personal en-gagement and a return to the com-munity involvement and activismof the 60s. Inspired by individuals who believe that striving for a bet-ter world is worthwhile, Loeb’s up-dated edition profiles new storiesof social commitment, promptingthe late Howard Zinn to pronounceit, “An essential book for anyone who wants to work for change.”Book sales and signing follow thelecture.
Join the Haverford Township FreeLibrary for this Home Decoratingevent thathad previously beenpostponed due to snow. The new date is Wed.,
at 7 p.m. for Quick Design:Learn 10 low-cost ways to update your home’s look for spring.The guest presenter isPamela Kenney from UncommonThreads Interior Designs. Pamelais an expert organizer who has worked in the New York, New Jer-sey, Pennsylvania, and Delawareareas for over a decade helpinghomeowners improve their lives.
The library is located at 1601 Darby
Road in Havertown. For informa-tion, call 610-446-3082, email@example.com or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org and
click on the Calendar of Events link.
Sports Writer StanIsaacs Speaks
Come to the Haverford TownshipFree Library on Wednesday,
at 7 p.m. to enjoy an evening of great sports stories. Stan Isaacs, asports writer for over 40 years and
former Newsday columnist, will share
accounts of ten defining momentsin the history of sports. “The ShotHeard Round the World,” in 1951.
“The Fight of the Century,” in 1971.
The horror of the 1972 Munich Olym
-pics. Secretariat’s legendary win atthe 1973 Belmont Stakes. StanIsaacs saw them all live. Isaacscovered thousands of sports sto-ries in his more than fifty years as
a journalist. But ten moments stand
out in his memory. “Ten Moments
That Shook the Sports World” offers
Isaacs’ eyewitness accounts of theevents that changed sports history.
The library is located at 1601 Darby
Road, Havertown, PA 19083. Visit www.haverfordlibrary.org for info.
French Dance Program
A collaborative performance by dance students from the Univer-sity of the Arts and the FrenchConservatoire de Reims. Students will perform work by French chore-ographer Myriam Herve-Gil andManuela Robert, as well as School
of Dance faculty member Scott Jovo
- vich’s choreography to “An Ameri-
can in Paris.”
April 15 - 16
Merriam Theater (250 S. Broad St.,Philadelphia). Free and open to the
public. For info, call 215-717-6110or visit www.uarts.edu/go.
Ballroom Social Dance
A Ballroom Social Dance will beheld at Sangha Space, located at
116 W. Baltimore Avenue, 2nd Floor,
Media, PA 19063. Friday,
from 8 p.m. - 12 a.m., $12. (and 3rd
Fridays into the future). Come early
for the complimentary lesson!Stay late and dance in a turn of thecentury ballroom. Your host
andDJ, Alex Jacobs, will make sure
themusic makes you want to dance.For info, call 610-565-0300 or visit www.sanghaspace.com.
The Wardrobe Boutique, 1822 Spring
Garden, Philadelphia, will presenHow to Lose 10 lbs. with the Per-fect Bra.” With Jenè Luciani, na-tionally known fashion expert anauthor of The Bra Book (Visihttp://www.thebrabook.com). Jenè will sign books and offer tips fopurchasing the most importanaccessory in your wardrobe. Theevent will be held Sat.,
from 2:30 - 4 p.m. This event is free
to the public. For info call 215-568-2660.
Michael SchadePerforms at Curtis Alumni Recital Series
The Curtis Alumni Recital Seriespresents acclaimed tenor MichaeSchade (‘90) in concert on Sunday,
at 3 p.m. at the CurtisInstitute of Music. Mr. Schade,frequent performer in the world’sgreat opera houses, including theMetropolitan Opera, Vienna Staat-soper, and Salzburg Festival, per-
forms Schubert’s Die schöne Mülleri
with pianist Mikael Eliasen, artis-tic director of the Curtis Oper Theatre. Artists on the Alumni
Recital Series donate their services,
and proceeds from the concertsdirectly benefit current Curtis stu-dents. The recital takes place inField Concert Hall at the CurtisInstitute of Music, 1726 Locus
Street, Philadelphia. Tickets are $28
and are available from the CurtisTicket Office at 215-893-7902 o www.curtis.edu.
“Romeo and Juliet”
The Annenberg Center for thePerforming Arts’ season of Shake-
speare concludes with two of Ameri
ca’s most renowned touring/re-gional theater companies – The Acting Company and The GuthrieTheater – in six performances of “Romeo and Juliet,”
April 20 - 24,2010.
The Annenberg Center isthe final stop on a 26-city tour fothe Acting Company and GuthrieTheater that has taken them tocollege campuses and other per-forming arts venues across the
country since early January. Tickets
for the performance are $20-$55.For tickets or information, visi AnnenbergCenter.org or call 215-898-3900. Tickets can also be pur-chased in person at the AnnenbergCenter Box Office.
Executive Career Seminar on Wednesday,
from 6:00p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Villanova Uni-
versity, Lancaster Avenue, Villanova,
PA, Main Campus West, TolentineHall, 3rd Floor. Register online a www.careerpotential.com/signupor call 1-610-649-1778.
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