IMA World Health/Kara Eberle
early a foot of snow couldn’t keep our Local Goes Global concert from rocking the Carroll Arts Center on Friday night.
Everyone who braved the cold weather and slushy streets to attend the fundraiser had a wonderful time.
In case you missed it, here are some photos of the performances: (All photos by Ethan Glass)
Artists Shelley Ensor and Alice Chase Dorsey, Jon Seligman (percussion), and Christopher James (guitar and other strings) got things started with blues and gospel, while Alice Tung (accordion and viola) and Tim Jenkins (guitar) added tango.
The evening ended with all playing together in the best tradition of community musical collaborations.
We would like to thank everyone who made the Local Goes Global event possible!
Our silent auction sponsors — Anne Marie Parish, Bowman’s Home & Garden, By the Bay Botanicals Candle and Gift Shop, Global Trust Solutions, Legends Cafe, Lisa Geschwilm, SERRV International Gift Shop, The Treat Shop & Chocolate Factory, West Carroll Wings AAU Youth Track and Field Club.
Additional sponsors — Ms. Edie Haschert, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hikel, Mrs. Glenda Johnson and Westminster Dermatology.
Thank you to the team at the Carroll Arts Center for all their help.
And last, but certainly not least, the evening wouldn’t have been possible without the dedication of the IMA World Health Advisory Committee: Robin Armstrong, Dolly Davidson, Glenda Johnson, Barb Leasure, Jeanne Mueller and Caree J. Oslislo-Wizenberg.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Previously, we shared some fast facts about Christopher James. Now, we’ll tell you a few more things about some of the other artists.
ALICE TUNG is a freelance musician and private violin/viola instructor from Frederick, MD. She enjoys crocheting, knitting, sewing and gardening. Her favorite part about being a musician? Touching people’s hearts with music in a way that nothing else in this world can.
JON SELIGMAN is from Westminster, MD, and enjoys hiking and bird watching. He is an adjunct faculty member at McDaniel College, Towson University and Carroll Community College. His favorite part about being a musician? Exploring sounds alone and with fellow musicians, grooving and traveling.
TIM JENKINS is a full-time musician from Westminster, MD. He enjoys jogging, reading and hanging out with his two chocolate labs. He plays guitar and composes music.
ABOUT McDANIEL COLLEGE
The private, selective college of the liberal arts and sciences offers a personalized undergraduate and graduate education delivered by expert faculty in small class settings on a spectacular hilltop campus ideally located near Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Students also have the opportunity to study at McDaniel Europe in Budapest, Hungary. Learn more here.