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Music Section

  • Fundraiser for Schumacher

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    The Emporium will host Devil’s Backbone playing a fundraiser for local musician Carl Schumacher on Friday, May 1, 7–10 p.m.

  • Seitz organizes concert

    As a senior project, YSHS senior Josh Seitz, shown above tooting his clarinet, will host a recital featuring a handful of accomplished high school musicians performing Bach, Fuchs and Schubert on winds, strings and voice on Thursday, April 30, at 7 p.m. at the Yellow Springs Senior Center. (archive news photo by Matt Minde)

    Yellow Springs High School senior Joshua Seitz didn’t adore playing music when in fourth grade he started taking piano lessons, along with his father and older brother.

  • Winds groups vie at Sunday’s CMYS final concert

    The North Coast Winds of Cleveland will compete this Sunday in the 30th annual CMYS competition finals. Also competing is the East End Winds.

    Two winds groups will vie this Sunday, April 26, in the 30th annual Chamber Music Yellow Springs competition finals.

  • Free healing drum workshop for women

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    A free workshop exploring percussion, song, and circle as a healing force for self and community will be offered this weekend.

  • Songwriter’s concert features locals

    Charlie Peters, left, started a Songwriter’s Concert Series for local musicians to share their original work. Performing at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Community Gallery are local songwriters Scott Lindberg, second from left, accompanied by Amy Blue, and Mitch Coleman, right. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Local songwriters Scott Lindberg and Mitch Coleman will share their original work as part of a monthly concert series at the YSAC gallery.

  • Rally for marriage equality

    Issa Walker, of the Yellow Springs-based hip-hop group Village Fam, rehearses with the World House Choir, under the direction of Catherine Roma, on a song that will be performed as part of Friday night’s Pep Rally for Marriage Equality, hosted by the choir, at the Antioch Foundry Theater. The collaborative piece composed specially for the all-volunteer choir combines rap and four-part harmonies. Friday night’s multimedia event, scheduled to begin at 7:40 p.m., will include music, dance and a variety of visual elements. In addition to members of Village Fam, guest performers will include MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir; and dancers Melissa Heston and Rodney Veal. Admission is free. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    The World House Choir is hosting a Pep Rally for Marriage Equality on Friday, Oct. 10, intentionally set on the eve of National Coming Out Day.

  • Shoegazing’s out, rock’s back

    Local band Stark Folk, which is unapologetically tending the flames of ’60s psych rock, plays at a release party for its new record at Peach’s Grill on Friday, Oct. 3. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    If you’re wondering where rock ‘n’ roll went, you’re not alone. Fortunately, local four piece Stark Folk Band is unapologetically rock ‘n’ roll and definitively high energy.

  • Jasper String Quartet to play at CMYS

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    On Sunday, Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m., the Jasper String Quartet  will play a concert of chamber music at the First Presbyterian Church.

  • VIDEO — Stark Folk Band releases 7” record

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    Local rock ‘n’ roll four-piece Stark Folk Band celebrates its new 7-inch vinyl single at a show at Peach’s Grille Friday, Oct. 3.

  • Ride the bus to a concert

    Villagers may ride a bus to a series of six concerts of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, shown above directed by Peter Stafford Wilson, with Yellow Springs resident Paul Van Ausdal on viola, rear.

    Villagers may travel to Dayton or Springfield symphony concerts via bus for a series of six concerts in Dayton and six in Springfield.