Weekly Crestview concerts please patrons, expose up-and-coming musicians

Published: Friday, July 25, 2014 at 06:13 PM.

One was Justin Thompson, a rising Crestview High senior who was looking for books on a particular subject.

“I enjoy the music,” Justin said, saying it was the first time he heard one of the performances. “It adds dramatic effect to book searching.”

For younger or amateur musicians seeking performance opportunities and exposure, Music at the Library is an excellent experience, Dreaden said.

“I like seeing a young guy just starting out who’s trying to get his name out there have a chance like this,” patron Alan Pinker said while using a public computer as Diamond played in the background.

Dreaden said any area musician or small group interested in performing may contact her. If the performer donates a CD of their music, the library will catalog it and add it to its collection, she said.


WHAT: Music at the Library performances

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