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Articles About Friends Music Camp
One of the threads that runs through Friends Music Camp, now in its 37th year — and its second located on the campus of Earlham College — is Godzilla, instructor, counselor and ex-camper Rory Papania said.
A capacity crowd turned out for the annual Friends Music Camp benefit concert for Glen Helen, which took place last Saturday, July 29, at the Foundry Theater.
For two weeks beginning Jan. 4, Yellow Springs will become Cello Springs — home to a cello festival that strings together music, friendship, family and love.
Cello Springs Festival is coming to the village, Jan. 4–14, with five scheduled public concerts, all free.
What started out as a quick musical march up and down Xenia Avenue (top) ended up as a two-hour performance Saturday evening, July 30, to benefit Glen Helen.
The Friends Music Camp Street Band marched a quick downtown loop Saturday afternoon to announce their concert that evening.
Last year’s winter benefit concert for Friends Music Camp drew such a large audience, the Senior Center’s Great Room was bursting at the seams with people sitting on the floor in the front and standing several deep against the back and side walls.
Friends Music Camp, or FMC, will present its 31st benefit concert on Saturday, July 26, at 7:30 p.m., at Mills Lawn. Proceeds will benefit Glen Helen.
A 500-foot fire-breathing monster rises from the sea and tromps around with no regard for human life.
That’s the gist the plot of an upcoming local production, only this time, GODZILLA! is a clever comedy with pop music.
The Yellow Springs Senior Center was filled to capacity with lovers of music in support of Friends Music Camp Sunday, Dec. 29.