We look forward to live entertainment by:
Kindred Spirits: a trio of community-involved flute players who just like to play! EFM is delighted to be having them for the December 17 winter market, where they will be playing mostly Christmas music, although some of it with a bit of a twist. "Jingled Bells" features the familiar tune in several different styles, including a funeral dirge. They also have a wonderful rendition of "Go Tell it on the Mountain" and have even added a sing-along portion to their program, featuring well-known Christmas Carols. "Kindred Spirits" are available for hire at your next party, wedding or celebration.
The "Kindred Spirits" are: Anne Stoebel, who has been playing flute since 7th grade. "Music has always been a part of my life and I have always expressed it best with my flute. I continue to enjoy playing in small ensembles and community groups such as the Emporia Municipal Band and Emporia Symphony". Sue Claridge works with children having Autism Spectrum Disorder. She recently returned to Emporia State University to pursue a master's degree in music performance. Sara Coltrane has played the flute for 18 years and loves music so much she became a music teacher. Sara currently teaches Kindermusik, music and movement classes for children from birth - 7 years. She is a member of The Emporia Symphony Orchestra, and the newest member of "Kindred Spirits".
Music at Future Markets:
Dec. 17: Kindred Spirits
Jan. 7: Jane McCoy & Bill Ihling
Feb. 4: Anton Zouplna Feb. 21: Eric Martin
Mar. 3: Savannah Chestnut (10-11) Joe Foster (11-Noon)