Poetry, chamber music in Lincolnville- POSTPONED
Lincolnville — The Winter Presentations and Concerts series continues at Lincolnville Community Library. Paul McFarland will be guest speaker and Windfern Duo the musical guest Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. sharp at the library, 208 Main St./routes 173/52, Lincolnville Center. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED A WEEK TO WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22; TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE.
Born 70 years ago in Camden, McFarland graduated from Camden High School in 1962 and attended the University of Maine at Orono, graduating in 1966. He taught high school math in Littleton, N.H., for 10 years before coming back to live in Lincolnville on Youngtown Road, where he does some deer hunting … and occasionally writes a little verse.
Woodfern’s Maho Hisakawa fell in love with the sound of the flute at age 10, learning to play on her father's flute and studying through high school. In 2012, after a 15-year break, she decided to bring music back into her life and joined Odeon Adult Orchestra at Bay Chamber Music School. She has been studying with Nicole Rabata of Portland since 2015 and founded Windfern Duo in 2016.
Hillman first started on the violin in 1998 with Janet Ciano, then added viola in 2006. He studied under Gilda Joffe, Marc Johnson, Robert Dan, Kirsten Monke and Malcolm Brooks. He was a member of the Calliope String Quartet and the Odeon Chamber Ensemble and attended Kneisel Hall and Next Generation music camps. Hillman is a three-time winner of the Bagaduce Composer Competition in Blue Hill.
Tickets are $10. For advance ticket and more information, call Rosey Gerry at 975-5432.
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