Group Shows Film on Modernist Architect

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An example of Donald Wexler’s work in Palm Springs.Photo courtesty of Laguna Friends of Architecture.
An example of Donald Wexler’s work in Palm Springs.Photo courtesty of Laguna Friends of Architecture.

A free screening of “Journeyman Architect: The Life and Work of Donald Wexler,” is planned for 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, by Laguna Friends of Architecture at the Laguna College of Art and Design
Main Campus, Studio 12,
2222 Laguna Canyon Road.

The film subject, the late Donald Wexler, who died June 26, 2015, features interviews and many graphic examples of Wexler’s wide-ranging commercial and residential designs. Wexler’s associate Bill Sharp will do the introduction and will answer audience questions.

 

 

Benefit Concert Features Classical Duo

Jeffrey Briar
Jeffrey Briar

Musical artists Airi Tamura-Enomoto and Jeffrey Briar will present compositions by Chopin, Piazzolla, Bach, Lloyd-Weber and others on Friday, Sept. 30, at Neighborhood Congregational Church. The concert benefits music programs of the church, 340 St. Ann’s Dr.

Airi Tamura-Enomoto
Airi Tamura-Enomoto

“Music Heart-to-Heart” will feature performances by Tamura-Enomoto on violin and viola and Briar, an accompanist and soloist on piano and organ. Briar will also perform original works.

Enomoto is a music therapist, soloist and chamber musician.

Briar, a local resident, is a concert pianist and composer. The evening will include a brief session of Laughter Yoga, led by Briar, a trainer of this laughter-for-health technique.

A $15 donation is suggested.

 

 

World Music Series Begins

A new music series presents culture and music from around the world in free 5:15 p.m. concerts in the Heisler Park Amphitheatre beginning Friday, Oct. 7.

Temple Bhajan Band will start the series playing mantras and spiritual chants from India.

Tearful Usturoi, a gypsy band, follows on Friday, Oct. 14.

 

 

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