Evergreen Series Presents Annual Mother's Day Concert & Tea Featuring Guitarist Ana Vidovic
The Evergreen Arts & Humanities Series of Washington State Community College (WSCC) will close out its 15th season with the annual Mother's Day Concert & Tea featuring classical guitarist Ana Vidovic at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 11th in the Graham Auditorium. WristRock Publishing describes Ana as on the world's finest classical guitar virtuosos. "She is an extraordinary talent with formidable gifts taking her place amongst the elite musicians of the world today."
Ms. Vidovic has given over one thousand public performances since first taking the stage in 1988. Her international performance career includes recitals in New York, London, Paris, Vienna, Salzburg, Rome, Budapest, Warsaw, TelAviv, Aslo, Copenhagen, Toronto, Baltimore, San Francisco, Houston, Austin, Dallas, St. Louis and beyond. Equally impressive is the fact that she has already recorded six CDs and two DVDs.
Ana displays amazing variety in her live performances. The community is invited to her concert and become captivated by amazing mastery of the classical guitar. The concert begins at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 11th in Harvey Graham auditorium and is free and open to the public. After the concert, attending families and friends are welcome to enjoy free tea and cookies in celebration of Mother's Day. Ms. Vidovic will be on hand to greet the audience at the tea.
Glenwood Retirement Community is once again sponsoring the Mother's Day Concert, making the event possible through their contribution to the Evergreen Series.
The Evergreen Arts and Humanities Series in funded in part by ARTSBRIDGE United Arts Fund. In addition, this project is supported in part by the Ohio River Border Initiative, a joint project of the Ohio Arts Council and the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. The Schwendeman Agency, Inc. has served as the presenting sponsor for the Series for over five years.
The Series at Washington State serves as a primary source for the community to experience renowned performers and appreciate the works of local artists. Learn more about EAHS by visiting www.wscc.edu/evergreenah or by contacting Tanya Wilder at Washington State at 740.374.8716, ext. 2107 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about the EA&H Series is also available on Facebook at Evergreen Arts & Humanities.