Music on the Delaware will present a specially scheduled Coffeehouse on Monday, Dec. 2, according to organizers.
The event will feature saxophonist Robin Lacey. The concert will be held at the William B. Ogden Library on Gardiner Place in Walton instead of the usual venue for Coffeehouse events, the Walton Theatre. Lacey will be joined by accompanist Dan Chien. The performance will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 8 p.m.
A South Kortright High School graduate, Lacey received a bachelor’s degree in music education from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester and is pursuing a master’s degree in music performance at San Jose State University. She has appeared as a soloist and chamber group player around the U.S. and is also a member of the Zelos Quartet, playing tenor saxophone with that group.
For the Coffeehouse concert, Lacey will play works by composers such as Bach, Schumann and some composers into the 1900s.
Coffeehouse at the Walton Theatre events usually occur on the third Sunday of the month. The 2020 spring schedule will include The Brookside Trio on Jan. 19, Kim Hawkey, John Colonnna and Evan Jagels on Feb. 16, Patrick Reynolds and Friends on March 15, Mike Herman on April 19, and Ira McIntosh on May 17.
The performance is free, with coffee/tea and desserts served. Donations are appreciated.