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Pianist Bob Milne returns to Long Lake Town Hall on Aug. 30

August 23, 2012
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

LONG LAKE - Internationally renowned boogie-woogie pianist Bob Milne will perform at the Long Lake Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 30.

Milne has had a long career as a successful concert pianist and has even been officially recognized as a "National Treasure" by the Library of Congress.

He has traveled the world entertaining audiences in concert halls, opera houses and arena stages around the world. He enthusiastically shares his knowledge of piano playing and music in general with his listeners, as well as the histories of others like him- musicians and composers of all eras who learned by listening and doing.

As a recording artist, Milne has produced 10 collections of solo piano rags, blues, boogies and folk/traditional tunes.

Milne is the author of "The Journeyman Piano Player," a collection of humorous anecdotes taken from his early years as a working musician.

The book has become highly regarded by working professionals and amateurs alike, and has been suggested as required reading for anyone entertaining the notion of pursuing a career in music.

Admission is $12.

For ticket information, call 518-624-3077.

 
 

 

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