Meet Keyboardist Rave Tesar

This is the 6th program in the Wayne Public Library Jazz Series:

Tune in to this conversation with Rave Tesar — jazz pianist, progressive rock keyboardist (for the band Renaissance), composer, producer, recording engineer and educator — with Patty Slezak, Wayne Public Library Reference Librarian. 

Rave, a New Jersey native, has never let anything hold him back from pursuing his talents. Diagnosed in his youth with a rare condition affecting his eyesight, he has found great success in his musical career. Rave is also a gatherer of knowledge, and he possesses the wisdom to share it with others.

Register online at the Library's online calendar: 

https://waynepubliclibrary.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=24084&backTo=Calendar&startDate=2021/08/01

To view other programs in this series, visit the Library's YouTube page: 

Contact Information
  1. Patty Slezak, Reference Librarian
  2. 973-694-4272 x5401
  3. slezakp@waynepubliclibrary.org
Wed, August 04
1:00 pm — 2:00 pm
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This is the 6th program in the Wayne Public Library Jazz Series:

Tune in to this conversation with Rave Tesar — jazz pianist, progressive rock keyboardist (for the band Renaissance), composer, producer, recording engineer and educator — with Patty Slezak, Wayne Public Library Reference Librarian.

Rave, a New Jersey native, has never let anything hold him back from pursuing his ...

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