The beautiful music of Silvard comes to the Unitarian Universalist Society of Middleboro on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
Silvard is a fascinating individual with a very diverse background. He is originally from the Netherlands and started playing the piano at age 10. Not only is he an international concert pianist, composer, and recording artist but also a professor of marine biology. His music is inspired by his passion for the ocean and his love of traveling. Silvard and his soul mate, Barbara, reside part time in New Seabury on Cape Cod and part of the time in Panama.
The performance will be filled with Silvard’s all time favorites spanning the last 60 years – songs from popular musicals and all time favorite movies and classics that everyone knows plus original compositions. The highlight of every performance is when Silvard plays impromptu Freeflow composition dedicated to the audience. Freeflow compositions are one time spontaneously composed pieces that Silvard can never play again. Critics refer to his style as a mix of George Winston, David Lanz and Enya. However, some of his compositions have a definite classical feel to them.
Whether you have heard Silvard before or not, this will be a concert not to miss! A suggested donation of $15 will be payable at the door. Door prizes will be raffled during intermission, and Silvard CDs will also be available to purchase. Snacks/Refreshments will be provided for a free will donation. Would you be able to provide a dessert for our refreshment table? If so, please contact David Berman. Come meet Silvard during intermission and after the performance. This will be an amazing Sunday which you will long remember.