East Meets West: A Recital
Hannah Hsu Wang and Raymond Karl Malone
Sunday, September 20th at 2pm
Their performance, East Meets West brings together western classical and Asian traditional music for the violin and piano. Works by Bach, Brahms and the Taiwanese composer, Tyzen Hsiao are in the program.
Admission $12 and $10 for members. Light refreshments served after the performance.
About the artists:
Hannah Hsu Wang is noted for her elegant touch on the piano, enchanting audiences with her performances. A resident of Queens, she was born in Taiwan and received her Bachelor's degree from the New EnglandConservatory and Master's from Yale University, she has performed in such venues as Merkin Concert Hall, Alice Tully Hall in NYC, Tsai Performance Center in Boston, the Arts Center in Toronto, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, and the National Concert Hall in Taiwan.
Oktoberfest Flushing Style: Kimchi and Sauerkraut
Saturday. October 3, 2015, 5:30—8:30pm
Join us for Oktoberfest – Flushing Style at the Voelker Orth Museum. Oktoberfest is an old tradition, welcoming guests and sharing in the season's bounty. Today it is enjoyed around the world, and at the Voelker Orth we've brought together some of old Flushing and new for a cultural and culinary treat.
Oktoberfest Flushing Style is a fun and affordable fundraiser for the Museum. It is an evening of warm hospitality and lively entertainment, served up with home-cooked fare and tasty brew. So grab a sweater, put on your dancing shoes, and bring friends or come on your own. Come linger in the twilight in a bountiful garden. And, help support the Voelker Orth Museum.
The evening offers an outdoor grill, German-American cuisine served alongside a sampling of Korean-American dishes - uniting two culinary traditions that feature humble pickled cabbage. Norman Curtis will be performing at the keyboard, with appearances by other artists.
Admission $30 and $25 for Museum Members, inclusive of food and drink.
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