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Peter Bergin is a pianist and vocalist who, after a long career as a computer scientist, is in full time pursuit of his life-long desire to share music with the world. While he is fluent in and embracing of a wide range of music, GAAA presents Peter’s “Ragtime Revival” focusing on this distinctly American musical style that was popular in the first decades of the 1900s. In the intimate setting of the GAAA’s gallery space, Peter will play and discuss this seldom heard but not totally forgotten art form. In addition to teaching piano to students of all ages, Peter does programs and concerts all over Michigan to schools, churches, retirement communities, corporate events and private parties.
The “Mostly Music” series brought to you by the Glen Arbor Art Association (GAAA), is a winter extension of the Manitou Music Festival. Smaller groups (1 or 2 artists) perform in the GAAA gallery, but also spend some time talking about their music. The GAAA, 6031 S. Lake Street in Glen Arbor, provides a more intimate setting than our larger outdoor concerts that allows the audience much closer contact with the musicians. “Mostly Music” will be hosted by Bob Foskett, who programmed jazz radio in Chicago for 30 years and is now a DJ for Friday Morning Jazz at WNMC in Traverse City.
Admission is $10 and prepaying is recommended due to limited seating capacity. Please note that actual tickets will not be issued. Your name will be added to a list at the door when prepaying. Based on availability, you can also pay at the door.