Pianist Tyler Faruzzi brings music to the Glen Arbor Arts Center’s Main Gallery on April 28 for a lunch hour twofer: his take on some pop standards with the GAAC’s SWIMMING exhibition as the backdrop. The one-hour casual concert begins at noon. It’s open to the public at no charge.
Faruzzi, 18, is a senior at The Leelanau School who has focused on music. However, learning takes place in the classroom and out, said Laura Hood, chairperson of Leelanau School’s Visual and Performing Arts department.
“At The Leelanau School, one of our mottos is ‘let your talents and abilities shine.’ So having my students share their music with our Leelanau School community and the Glen Arbor and Traverse City area is a wonderful way to let their talents and abilities shine and for others to experience some of the amazing students we have,” Hood said.
A resident of Elmhurst, Illinois, Faruzzi, will attend Elmhurst University this fall.
Visitors may bring their lunch, walk freely around the gallery, and sit and listen as long they wish. The GAAC is located at 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor. For more information go to GlenArborArt.org / EVENTS.