March 13th, 2012

Violin and Piano

In celebration of Women’s History Month, classical musicians Toshiko Suzuki and Talia Pavia will play the Brahms Sonata in G and Franck Sonata in A.

Thursday, March 15th
6:00 PM
Harold Washington Library Center 

Currently on the faculty at the Merit School of Music, Toshiko Suzuki is a freelance accompanist for professional opera singers and solo instrumentalists. Also on the faculty at Merit, and the founder of the Talia Pavia String Academy, Talia Pavia has played under such conductors as Daniel Barenboim, Pinchas Zukerman, and Pierre Boulez.

August 30th, 2010

Celebrating Diversity

Join the Chicago Public Library in celebration of diverse history and heritage throughout the year. The library observes six heritage months annually. These months include:

February: African-American History Month

March: Women’s History Month

May: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

June: LGBT Pride Month

September/October: Hispanic Heritage Month

October: Polish American Heritage Month

Throughout each designated month, the Chicago Public Library features a variety of programs highlighting the culture,traditions, and contributions to society of these groups.

For more information on programs celebrating diversity, click here.

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