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Do you love classical music but are not so fond of concerts in airless auditoriums?

If so, the Chelsea District Library’s Music in the Air concert is for you. The library moves classical music from the stuffy concert hall to the casual atmosphere of the library’s grounds with its inaugural Music in the Air concert on Saturday, June 3 at 2 p.m.

Seating will be provided, but if you’d rather kick back on a blanket on the lawn, nobody is going to stop you. And if the music moves you to dance, we won’t hold it against you (we might actually join in).

The goal of Music in the Air is to make classical music accessible in a comfortable, welcoming environment. The concert is open to all ages and is free of charge.

This year’s concert features international concert pianist Jacopo Giacopuzzi. Jacopo hails from Verona, Italy and is a well-traveled virtuoso. He “astounds in his technical assurance, but it is his intuitive style that wins the audience (www.kinocaviar.com).”

Jacopo has performed at major festivals and venues, lectured, and served on competition juries throughout the United States and Europe. He has won numerous international competitions including the International Piano Competition San Dona` di Piave, Premio Crescendo in Florence, and the International Liszt Competition in Los Angeles. He taught at the Conservatory of Verona “E.F. Dall’ Abaco” and worked as collaborative pianist at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels.

Jacopo studied in Weimar at the Liszt Hochschule, earning his first Master`s Degree in Piano performance in 2009, a Master`s in Sound Design at the Conservatory of Verona, and a diploma at the International Piano Academy of Imola “Incontri col Maestro.” Jacopo is a graduate in Piano Performance from the University of Southern California.

Please join us for a delightful afternoon of music.

For more information on Music in the Air, visit www.chelseadistrictlibrary.org  and select the events tab or call Lori Coryell at (734) 475-8732 ext. 206.

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