Spring into music as the Chesterfield County Public Library in partnership with Chesterfield Arts Foundation offers family-friendly concerts and educational music programs Saturdays from April 22 to June 17 at Chester, Enon, Ettrick-Matoaca, and Meadowdale libraries. The concert series is a preliminary preview of the entertainment options available for the future Baxter Perkinson Chesterfield Arts Center planned for construction in the next 12 months.
All concerts are free. The kick off is April 22 at Village Green by Chester Library featuring One Voice Ensemble, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. This is a smaller section of the One Voice chorus, and they perform traditional, spiritual,
classical music, and contemporary and classic jazz.
Times and schedule for future concerts are as follows:
• Saturday, April 22, 2-3 pm—One Voice Ensemble
• Saturday, April 29, 2-3 pm—Festival Belles
• Saturday, May 13, 2-4 pm—Bonefire: A Trombone Choir
• Saturday, May 27, 2-4 pm—Richmond Jazz Band
• Saturday, May 6, ll:00-noon—The Richmond Jazz Society’s “Make Music with the Band”
• Saturday, May 20, ll:00-noon—The Uncle Devin Show
• Saturday, June 10,10:30-11:30 am—Chris Campbell’s Music for Kids
• Saturday, June 3,11 am-1 pm—Kid Pan Alley
• Saturday, June 17,11 am-noon—Chris Campbell’s Music for Kids
• Saturday, June 3—The Meadowdale Kids Music Festival
10 am—Melvil Dewey, library hip hop
11 am—Mr. Erik, rock and roll
12 pm—Falling Creek Middle School Orchestra
1 pm—Drum Your Dreams drum circle
For additional information about the Chesterfield Cultural Arts Foundation, contact Leslie Ridout, CCAF Administrative Assistant, at email@example.com.