Norwalk Historic Fortnight – Jim Clark Trio Sunday Sept. 22, 2-3:30 pm

Historic-Fortnight1913 – 2013 Norwalk Historic Fortnight Consolidation Centennial

In 1913 the various local governments within the Town of Norwalk were united into one City of Norwalk. To celebrate the centennial of this consolidation, Norwalk’s libraries, museums, historical societies, city agencies, and arts organizations have planned events for the last two weeks of September.

My trio, which includes Tracey Marble, vocalist and Chris Coogan on keyboards, is happy to join in the celebration this weekend!

Jim Clark Trio
Sunday September 22
2:00 – 3:30 pm

Fodor Farm
328 Flax Hill Road
Norwalk, CT 06854

Free Admission

1 thought on “Norwalk Historic Fortnight – Jim Clark Trio Sunday Sept. 22, 2-3:30 pm

  1. The day was perfect—at almost the exact time of the fall equinox, the music was superb: deep, moving, upbeat, unforced. Tracey was playful, informative, unforgetable with her song Genji (sp?). Requested Fur Elise for my mother who resently passed–the keyboard played it simply, then the sax picked it up and made it into “Wish I was a rich man” from Fiddler (my mother’s second most favorite song!). Found out later that Fodor’s Farm, the community garden in Norwalk where the concert was, has a tree nursery that is (entirely?) solar-powered. Saplings grown there will be planted where needed to enrich the oxygen and soil of the area. The seeds of the music played on that sunny fall day must have gone into the hearts and minds of the audience and the performers because they continue to resonate and hopefully may help us to become the brave, peaceful, tolerant, understanding, caring, steadfast warriors we may need to be.

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