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Frances Humphrey Lecture Series “Music of the Twenties” by…

Description: While the program will focus on the upbeat music of the 1920s (Dixieland, Classic Jazz) we will examine the earlier types of music which led to the Jazz explosion of the Flapper Era: ragtime, blues, spirituals, and early jazz (originally spelled jass).

Presenter: Squeek Steele, pianist, is no stranger to northern Nevada audiences. A regular performer at the Bucket of Blood Saloon in Virginia City (see calendar on her website: she continues to perform at various venues in the area. Classically trained she is noted for her Ragtime piano performances but is at home in all styles and genres of music. She holds a Guinness World Record for more pieces of music played from memory (1990 Guinness book, p. 18). She has released 14 albums available online and at her website. Squeek firmly believes music can save the world.

Doors open at 6:00pm and the presentation will start at 6:30pm. At the Brewery Arts Center Ballroom, 449 W King St

Squeek Steele and her World Record Event

SQUEEKY KEYS Documentary

The first public screening of “SQUEEKY KEY’S”, the documentary of Squeek’s Guinness World Record in 1988 for most songs performed by memory, will be held Saturday, July 27, 11:00 am—3:00 pm in the Upper Gallery, Chandler Music Hall, Randolph, Vermont. “SQUEEKY KEYS” was directed and produced by Ginger Cook of BC Entertainment.

Following the showing of “SQUEEKY KEYS” there will be a Q&A with Rob Zollman, producer of the Guinness Event in 1988 and me. After a break and some light hors d’oeuvres, BC Entertainment will showcase their Feature Film “NEARLY DEPARTED” followed by another Q&A with Director Bob Cook and Ginger Cook.

After the two screenings, Ginger’s parents, Bill and Diane Brigham, will be hosting a pot luck reception for everyone at their home, 5 Prospect Ave., in Randolph, a short distance from Chandler Music Hall.

Tickets will be sold at the door to help with the cost of the event and will include both screenings, hors d’oeuvres, and an invite to the Brigham’s home after the screenings.
Seating is limited.

While the East Coast viewing is BY INVITATION ONLY. The West Coast event in September in Virginia City, Nevada is A PUBLIC EVENT.

Two Pianos


Two Pianos, Four Pianists, Eight Hands. Ragtime Extravaganza.

JULY 11th, 2019 7:00 pm First Methodist Church, Reno

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