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Concert music and more
Rating: 2 / 5 (7 votes)  
Posted: 2013 Mar 15 - 07:11

Hello, everyone. This week, there is so much going on, I'm not sure it can all fit into one newspaper.

Between all the festivals and fairs, the plays and productions, there is easily something for everyone this weekend.

Not to mention all the St. Patrick Day celebrations going on around the city. There are plenty themed dining and entertainment to celebrate the day, so pick one or more and have fun.

Don't forget the Port St. Lucie St. Patrick's Day celebration, which is actually over three days, running from Friday to Sunday. There will be lots of music and a parade, and as always, the event offers free parking and free admission.

If you would rather take it a little slower this weekend, there is an evening of concert music being offered at Temple Beth El Israel, at 551 S.W. Bethany Drive in Port St. Lucie.

This rich night of opera, Broadway scores and popular music will showcase David Katz, a tenor who has sung with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Michelle Auslander Cohen, a soprano who has earned awards from the Metropolitan Opera Association; and Dr. Alan Mason, a musician who is also an associate professor of music at Barry University in Miami Shores.

This trio of talent offers a relaxing evening to a stressful weekend. For ticket information, call (772) 336-2424.

But no matter what you choose to do this weekend, just stay safe.

Dawn Krebs is the associate managing editor of Hometown News and can be reached at dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com




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