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GROUPMUSE HOSTED BY JOSHUA

Time Canvas: Early Music Edition

  • Fri, December 18, 2015, 7:30 PM
  • Buckeye - Shaker, Cleveland
  • 25 people went
This groupmuse happened almost 2 years ago.
30 spots total
Drinks
Bring your
own drinks

MESSAGE FROM THE HOST

Center
Joshua Stauffer
4th-time host

We're really excited to host all of you for a night of trio music! Time Canvas will perform baroque trios by Couperin, Veracini, and Marais, as well as a contemporary composition by Estonian composer Rene Eespere.

For more information on the ensemble, visit www.timecanvasensemble.org.

We're within walking distance of Shaker Square stop on the RTA Rapid Green and Blue lines. There is plenty of on street parking available in the neighborhood.

MUSIC

Center
Chiara Stauffer
Violin
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Robert Nicholson
Cello
The program hasn't been set, yet!

ATTENDEES

Center Sam Hartman
Center Ellyn Wilkoff
Center Thomas Park
Center J. Tracy Mortimore
Center Rob Kovacs
Center Nicholas Stevens
Center Janice Lee
Center Jennifer Griffiths
Center Peter j pogacar
Center Micah Shumway
Center Aniela Eddy
Center Deborah Crider
Center Christopher Black
Center Audrey Whartenby
Center Doug Mazanec
Center Brian Wasserman
Center Allison Negus
Center Carlyn Kessler

LOCATION

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EVENT DISCUSSION

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WHAT IS A GROUPMUSE

Classical music house-party concerts

They're casual, friendly, and intimate. Anyone can host, and anyone can attend.

 

People gather in a local host's living room, hang out, make friends, listen to two half-hour sets of mind-blowing music performed by professionals, and go home happy.



GROUPMUSE FUNDAMENTALS

  • Drinks Drinking? Bring your own!

    Hosts don't provide drinks. Please drink responsibly and moderately.

  • Arrive on time

    Then meet some new people for 30-60 minutes before the music starts.

  • Pay the musicians

    $10 is our minimum, but please pay what you can. Double that (or five times!) means a lot to working artists.

  • Sit Get cozy

    Sitting on the floor or squeezing on the couch for the music is a great way to make new friends.