Chamber group set to perform at Hayner


Provided photo Corky Siegel returns to the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on April 9, this time with the Chamber Blues project.


TROY — Corky Siegel returns to the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on April 9, this time with the Chamber Blues project.

Imagine the remarkable virtuoso Corky Siegel playing the harmonica on stage with the energetic brilliance of the West End String Quartet. It is a blending of classical and blues that opens boundaries and breathes new life in the blues and chamber music alike. This unique chamber group is described as “Blues-classical alchemy.” The Blues Revue Magazine says that, “Watching them perform is nearly as much fun as hearing them play.” Stereophile Magazine says, “… fantastic … I’ve never heard anyone play harp with this much body and harmonic delicacy … I guarantee you’ve never heard anything quite like it.”

This concert will be free and open to the public thanks to the support of a local tax levy and the Friends of Hayner organization.

There are no reservations and seating is limited so please come early to secure your seat.

For more information regarding this free events and to receive a complete listing of Hayner events, call 339-0457 or visit TroyHayner.org for complete details.

Provided photo Corky Siegel returns to the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on April 9, this time with the Chamber Blues project.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ChamberBlues.jpgProvided photo Corky Siegel returns to the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on April 9, this time with the Chamber Blues project.
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