Free House Concert!

A Sultry, Tropical December Night of Brazilian Music

with Paul Meyers

 Thursday, December 26, 7 PM

Forget the cold by wrapping yourself in the sensuous rhythms of Brazil – Paul will play many of the great Bossa Novas and Sambas of Antonio Carlos Jobim and Luis Bonfa and others, as well as some original compositions and American standards in Brazilian style. Let these tropical rhythms and melodies warm you up for the 2nd day of Christmas (if anyone has two turtle doves, bring them along too, maybe they can dance a little), Boxing Day, or the end of pre-Christmas sales and the onset of post-Christmas sales. Whatever your persuasion, be persuaded to come hear Paul on Thursday, December 26, 7 PM at Robin’s.

If you haven’t been here before, it’s 465 Old Market Rd.. Your GPS (or map) will find the driveway, but please read the  directions at: https://robinmcclellan.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/directions-to-robins.pdf so you don’t make the mistake that everyone makes: not going far enough down the driveway!
Why free? For several years I have been holding a New Years’ Eve party at my house and this year I decided to give it a break. But I still want to show my appreciation for the community that means so much to me. When Paul approached me about doing this concert, it seemed like the perfect opportunity. I also know that people sometimes get uncomfortable when they don’t have an opportunity to give themselves, so donations to the Local Living Venture will be gratefully accepted.

Questions? Call me, Robin, at 315-261-2502

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