St Kieran Arts Center

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St Kieran Arts Center
St Kieran Arts Center is listed in the Recreation Centers category in Berlin, New Hampshire. Displayed below is the only current social network for St Kieran Arts Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of St Kieran Arts Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

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155 Emery St
Berlin, NH 03570
(603) 752-1028

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Pews $100 - Berlin, NH These solid pews measure 5 feet, 8 inches long from end to end by 20 inches front to back by 35" high. There are 35 available for sale at $100.00 each. All are in very good condition. Foam padded cushions also in very good condition.

St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts added an event.
Annual Benefit Concert Featuring Berlin Jazz BERLIN –On Saturday, October 28th, beginning at 7:00 pm, St. Kieran will hosting local jazz favorite, Berlin Jazz . Tickets for this event will be $ 12.00 for adults and $8.00 for those under 18 and are available on line (for a small additional fee), at the door on the evening of the show or at the art center’s office at 155 Emery Street, Berlin, NH 603.752.1028. In addition, the Material Girls of the Berlin Quilters Guild are currently exhibiting their works in the main hall. Come and check out the show and the exhibit, meet a few friends, have a cold beverage from our adult beverage bar, a hot beverage and/or a snack baked by our awesome team of volunteer bakers! The jazz band, in existence since 1987, has amassed a library of over 200 selections. Among the selections for Saturday’s concert are All of Me, Stardust, My Funny Valentine, Sing, Sing, Sing and Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars. “We have such a great book of music, we could play for more than 10 hours non-stop” claims the group’s president, Monique Lavertu. “It’s becoming increasingly difficult to select the play list for a 2-hour show: a great problem to have!” Berlin Jazz has been blessed over the years to have many talented North Country musicians join the ensemble. The 18+ musicians that now fill their ranks donate their time each week for rehearsal and play for the love of music. Berlin Jazz Members include Steven Morrissette (Gorham), David Lebaron (Whitefield), Julie Schubert (Bethel, ME), and John McDowell (Randolph) in the trumpet section, David Glover (Whitefield), Bill Spencer (Littleton), Steven McCosh (Berlin) and Kenyon King (Chatham) in the trombone section, Bruce Kimball (Dummer), Monique Lavertu (Berlin), Faith Kimball, (Dummer), Leslie Morrissette (Gorham) and new to the group since its last appearance at St. Kieran, Brian Oberti in the saxophone section and Denise Doucette (Milan), David Arsenault (Gorham), Paul Laplante (Berlin) and Michael Martins (Littleton) round out the rhythm section.
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Center for the Arts at St. Kieran hosts pianist, Matthew Odell BERLIN – On Sunday, October 1st, beginning at 2:00 pm, St. Kieran will hosting New Hampshire born, world renown, award-winning pianist, Matthew Odell. Thanks to a sponsorship from the Town & Country Inn and Resort, tickets for this event will be $ 12.00 for adults and $8.00 for those under 18. Tickets are available on line (for a small additional fee), at the door on the afternoon of the show or at the art center’s office at 155 Emery Street, Berlin, NH 603.752.1028. In addition, the Material Girls of the Berlin Quilters Guild are currently exhibiting their works in the main hall. Come and check out the show and the exhibit, meet a few friends, have a cold beverage from our adult beverage bar, a hot beverage and/or a snack baked by our awesome team of volunteer bakers! New Hampshire-born pianist Matthew Odell began his studies at the age of 10 and has since won acclaim for performances of a wide range of repertoire as a solo recitalist, soloist with orchestra, and chamber musician. He has been hailed as “excellent” by the New York Times and “brilliant . . . playing with total commitment and real abandon” by Gramophone. Recent concerts have including such diverse projects as Messiaen’s Des canyons aux étoiles. . . with Maestro David Robertson and the Juilliard Orchestra for the reopening of Alice Tully Hall, a performance in the New York Philharmonic’s Stravinsky Festival, and solo recitals of Messiaen’s Vingt Regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus. He also performed numerous contemporary works for piano and orchestra with the AXIOM Ensemble and completed a six-concert tour of Taiwan with the Hampton Trio. In addition to performances in Weill Recital Hall and Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the 92nd Street Y in New York, Mr. Odell has appeared at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., in Boston, Chicago, Paris, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Taipei, Taiwan, and Helsinki, Finland. He has also performed at the Aspen Music Festival, the European American Musical Alliance in Paris, New York’s Focus! Festival, the La Gesse Festival in Toulouse, France, Nuits musicales and Concerts du cloître in Nice, France, and the Rohm International Music Festival in Kyoto, Japan. A passionate advocate of the music of our time, Mr. Odell frequently premieres works written for him. He has performed contemporary repertoire with the New Juilliard Ensemble, the AXIOM Ensemble, and the American Art Song Festival, a group he founded in 2004. In addition, he has also worked with many prominent composers, including Pierre Boulez, John Corigliano, Mark Adamo, Michel Merlet, and Robert Aldridge. Mr. Odell’s affinity for the music of Olivier Messiaen has been seen in performances of his Couleurs de la cité céleste with the Peabody Camerata, Des canyons aux étoiles . . . and Sept Haïkaï with the AXIOM ensemble. He has also performed the Quartet for the End of Time in Alice Tully Hall, numerous songs and other chamber works, and an ongoing project of Messiaen’s complete works for solo piano. Recent recitals include a program of the music of Messiaen and his students and a tribute to Messiaen’s wife, Yvonne Loriod. Mr. Odell is a founding member of the Hampton Trio, a group actively involved in presenting outstanding pieces from the established repertoire alongside newly-commissioned works. Mr. Odell’s special love of the art song repertoire has resulted in countless recitals with singers from around the world. He serves on the coaching faculty of the Académie internationale d’été de Nice in France and has performed in the Marilyn Horne Foundations’s festival The Song Continues at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Odell currently teaches at The Juilliard School and frequently presents master classes, workshops, and lectures at professional conferences and universities throughout the U.S and Europe. In 2010 he graduated with a doctoral degree from The Juilliard School, where he studied with Margo Garrett, Jonathan Feldman, and Brian Zeger. He studied further with Marian Hahn at the Peabody Conservatory of Music, graduating Pi Kappa Lambda with both a master of music degree and a graduate performance diploma in piano performance. He also worked with Karl-Heinz Kämmerling at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, with Ann Schein at the Aspen Music School, with Laurence Morton at Bob Jones University, and in master classes with Leon Fleisher, Richard Goode, Ian Hobson, Martin Isepp, Peter Hill, and the Tokyo String Quartet. Mr. Odell has been awarded the Presser Award, the Sarah Stuhlman Zierler Award, two Peabody Career Development Grants, the Lucrezia Bori Grant, the Virginia Allison Accompanying Award, and a numerous fellowships and grants from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. For more information about this event, to purchase tickets, a membership or to make a donation to the annual or capital improvement funds, please contact the Arts Center at (603) 752-1028; visit the website, www.stkieranarts.org or the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/stkieranarts. Programming at St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts is made possible by the support of community corporate sponsors: The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, The Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund, The GETZ Foundation, The Wyman Family Fund, The Rydin Family Fund and Eversource.
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St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts added an event.
Bucky Lewis to perform at the Center for the Arts at St. Kieran BERLIN – On Saturday, September 23rd, beginning at 8:00 pm, St. Kieran will hosting well-known comedian, Bucky Lewis. Thanks to a sponsorship from Bryant Funeral Homes, tickets for this event will be $ 15.00 all seats and are available on line (for a small additional fee), at the door on the evening of the show or at the art center’s office at 155 Emery Street, Berlin, NH 603.752.1028. In addition, the Material Girls of the Berlin Quilters Guild are currently exhibiting their works in the main hall. Come and check out the show and the exhibit, meet a few friends, have a cold beverage from our adult beverage bar, a hot beverage and/or a snack baked by our awesome team of volunteer bakers! Please be advised that this show will contain adult content that may not be suitable for all audiences. For over 25 years Bucky Lewis has been entertaining audiences with his dynamic one-man comedy and music show. Bucky’s use of a variety of comedic stylings and disciplines makes his show stand out. The Bucky Lewis Show uses laughter as a weapon, successfully supporting charities and non-profits all over New England and beyond. There are many ways to make people laugh and the Bucky Lewis Show seems to know them all!
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St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts added an event.
BERLIN – Drums Alive® is one of the latest innovations in fitness and wellness. Drums Alive® is a unique and different workout than you’ve ever tried before. It captures the essence of movement and rhythm combined with fun to deliver real fitness results! The choreographies are designed to burn fat, improve physical and mental fitness and above all, allow you to have some fun while doing it! If you’ve been meaning to do something for yourself and haven’t join us yet, feel free to jump in as certified instructor Denise Doucette continues to share this amazingly fun fitness program at St. Kieran Arts Center. Wednesdays: 5:30 to 6:30 pm Thursdays: 9:30 - 10:30 am Both sessions will meet in the community room, located in the basement of the arts center. For $60.00, Denise will provide the drum sticks, the exercise balls, music and guided instruction. Save $10.00 when you pre-register with payment by the first class date! Participants are required to sign a release of liability prior to participation. Space is limited to 20 participants. Can’t make all 6 classes? Feel free to join us on the days that you can: $10.00 per class. The goal of the program is to improve lives through a unique sensory-motor drumming program involving drum sticks, an exercise ball, and music. The primary goal of the Drums Alive® program is creating a "whole mind, whole body" experience for all participating. Drums Alive® will improve the quality of life for a wide variety of audiences; including mentally and physically challenged children; gifted and talented children; fit and healthy children and adults; children and adults with aggression issues; senior citizens; and patients with Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and other life-altering conditions. Improvements will come through the use of principles from movement therapy, music and sound therapy, physical education/fitness and rhythmic education. The program provides a platform for socialization and a sense of belonging to a group, which has shown to improve motivation and fitness adherence. It allows for individual and creative expression through both verbal and non-verbal communication, provides a healthy way to release aggression and decrease stress, focusing on acceptance, respect and understanding of different cultural movements, rhythms and music. As with any exercise program, please check with your health care professional before making the commitment. For more information about Drums Alive®, to purchase a membership or loyalty card or to make a donation to the annual or capital improvement funds in support of our Seven to Save project, please contact the Arts Center at (603) 752-1028.
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