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SAVE THE DATE

Tickets for the 2015 season are on sale
Play With Your Food Dates at the GAC:

March 11 & 12, 2015
April 8 & 9, 2015
for the lunch series

THE INVISIBLE WALL
INSTALLATION BY ANA DE ORBEGOSO
Light Cube Installation
Vinyl print on acrylic

    on view through March 12, 2015
Greenwich Arts Council front lawn
For more information, please call 
the GAC office at 203.862.6754
Images © Antoine Bancharel
BENDHEIM GALLERY
ART TO THE AVENUE 2015
May 7 - 29, 2015

Opening Night Festivities:
THURSDAY, MAY 9
5:30 TO 8 PM
Curiosity Concerts 2014 - 2015 
Presents


Carolyn Kay Chema
Louise Bourgeois
Sophie-Alexia de Lotbiniere
A COMMON THREAD
Women Artists Changing the Rules
 & Exploring New Horizons


January 18 - March 12, 2015


Closing Reception & Concert:
Sunday,March 8, 3 to 5 PM




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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 12:30pm
NEW ENGLAND PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 
at GARDEN EDUCATION CENTER
A COMMON THREAD: 
Women Artists Changing the Rules & Exploring New Horizons

Closing Reception & Concert 
by Renowned Jazz Singer Sylvia Mims

Sunday, March 8 from 3 to 5 PM
at the Greenwich Arts Council 
Meeting Room

Event is Free for Current GAC members | $ 10 general admission
Reservations are required | Please call 203.862.6754 to RSVP 
Limited Space Available 
About Sylvia Mims

Sylvia's warm, breathtaking vocals are a conduit to a uniquely appealing and engaging live experience. She is equally compelling singing jazz legend Horace Silver's "Nica's Dream" as she is performing "Your Daddy's Son" from the musical Ragtime. Each of her performances has a full range of emotional shades that captivate and enthrall listeners, and her adeptness at singing diverse styles appeals to a broad audience; indeed, to anyone who loves music and wants to be moved.

In the Tri-State area, she has performed at Carnegie Hall, as a winner in the American Fine Arts Festival's Golden Voices of America competition, and numerous venues in CT and NY. Sylvia released her debut CD titled Where Lovers Live in November 2014 with legendary jazz pianist, composer, arranger, and musical director Donn Trenner. In his review of the CD jazz journalist, Scott Yanow, says, "She has a beautiful voice, a wide range, and a powerful delivery, hitting the center of every note. She puts a lot of feeling into the lyrics of each song, has attractive jazz phrasing, and swings at every tempo." 
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Thank you for your interest in being a part of our Giving Day. Donations will be accepted from midnight on March 5th through midnight on March 6th.
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