Classical pianist to perform at Arts Center benefit

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE - The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that N. David Williams will be performing a short classical concert of works by Liszt and Ravel as part of the entertainment at the Annual Winter Benefit at Minnowbrook Conference Center Feb. 28.

N. David Williams is currently the head of the Bachelor's of Fine Arts program in Musical Theater at the University of Miami as well as the co-founder and musical director of Music Theater Italy. Williams is a well-known classical pianist and accompanist who performs throughout this country and in Europe.

The Center is pleased to welcome Mr. Williams to the Adirondacks as a part of The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Winter Benefit at Minnowbrook Conference Center. The "Winter Benefit for the Arts Center" fundraiser will support the many programs offered throughout the year. Celebrating its 42nd year, the Arts Center is truly a cultural gem in the wilderness providing a window on the world of the arts to our Adirondack communities.

Join the Arts Center for a spectacular evening of fun and friendship while helping to continue bringing quality visual and performing arts to the Adirondacks, and educational opportunities for all ages. Childcare will also be available.

Space is limited, so contact the Arts Center for reservations. For more information and all reservations, contact the Arts Center at 352-7715.

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