The prominent Viennese-born American cellist Harry Wimmer returns to the Thalia on March 24 with a brand new program “Spring Has Sprung – And Love Is In the Air!” In this totally informal program, a wide selection of wonderful music is interspersed with stories and imaginary interviews, such as one with the great Charlie Chaplin who, it turns out, was a left-handed cellist and composer. Some of his early songs and paraphrases of his film music will be heard. The popular Cajun fiddler Kevin Wimmer who was recently featured on a CD with Ann Savoy and Linda Ronstadt, joins Harry Wimmer for some Cajun folksong duets. For more program and artist details, click on http://www.symphonyspace.org/
This concert event takes place at the Leonard Nimoy THALIA, Broadway at 95th St., NYC on Saturday, March 24, 2007 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $ 20, Students and Seniors $ 15, at the Symphony Space box office (212) 864-5400 and online at www.symphonyspace.org. Proceeds go to National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction, http://www/nffr.org/

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