Wharton Music Center’s Library Concert Series continues with jazz duo Dyad on Sunday, March 10 at 2:00 p.m. at Long Hill Public Library located at 917 Valley Road in Gillette. Pianist Eric Olsen and alto saxophonist Lou Caimano offer a jazz twist on classic Puccini. The concert is free and open to the public.

Long Hill Public Library and the Library of the Chathams are hosting the Library Concert Series. Upcoming concerts at Long Hill Public Library include:

March 24   Classical Duo featuring Mikhail Kuchuk, violin and Luba Vasilyeva, piano

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Concerts to be held at the Library of the Chathams include:

April 27 at 2:30 p.m. The American Songbook and Other Swingin’ Sounds featuring Joel Perry, guitar, Frank Noviello, vocalist, and Rick Crane, bass

May 11 at 2:30 p.m. Classical Harp featuring Diane Michaels, harp

June 8 at 2:30 p.m. An Afternoon of Broadway’s Best with Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim featuring vocal quartet Jamie Baer Peterson, Ken Magos, Karen Cantor, and David Cantor, vocalists

All concerts are free and open to the public. The Library Concert Series is sponsored in part by the Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation.

Wharton Music Center, located at 60 Locust Avenue in Berkeley Heights, provides music, theater, and dance instruction, educational programs, and performances for children, teens, and adults. In addition to instruction in all instruments and voice, WMC offers classes in musical theater, dance, drama, choral music, vocal music, music theory, audio recording, early childhood music, and music for children with special needs. Offering a range of musical genres including classical, rock, jazz, and blues, WMC is one of New Jersey’s largest independent non-profit community music centers serving students in Berkeley Heights, Summit, Chatham, New Providence, Long Hill, Warren, Basking Ridge, Short Hills, Millburn, Livingston, Westfield, Scotch Plains, and other surrounding communities.

WMC offers orchestral and ensemble music education for grades 3 through 12 through New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) located at 570 Central Avenue in New Providence. NJYS, one of the foremost youth orchestras in the state, has ten orchestras and ensembles for which auditions are held annually. NJYS’s premiere orchestra, Youth Symphony, has performed in internationally-renowned concert halls such as Carnegie Hall in New York City and Musikverein in Vienna.

For more information, visit www.WhartonMusicCenter.org or www.NJYS.org. Wharton Music Center is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.