Meet Heights musicians May 19 at Rockefellerís

There are more musicians per capita in the Heights than anywhere else. That's what people say. Come and find out if that's true on Tuesday, May 19, as Heights-based nonprofits FutureHeights, Friends of Heights Libraries and Reaching Heights present Welcome Home: Heights Musicians, the third in a series of events highlighting the interesting people who live in the Heights.

Welcome Home: Heights Musicians takes place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Rockefeller’s restaurant, 3099 Mayfield Road.

Panelists include Scott Haigh, Cleveland Orchestra bassist; Charlie Mosbrook, folk singer; Brendan O'Malley, mandolin player for Honeybucket, Cleveland’s newgrass band; Beth Woodside, Cleveland Orchestra violinist; and Willie J. Wright of the Wright Family Singers.

Longtime professional musician, music journalist and author, and lifelong Heights resident David Budin will moderate the panel. Enjoy complimentary nibbles and a cash bar. There will be door prizes for new Heights residents, and community leaders will be on hand to provide information on Heights schools, businesses and civic organizations.

This free event is generously supported by Simply Charming and Rockefeller’s restaurant. RSVP online at http://bit.ly/1EjxtLG, send an e-mail to info@futureheights.org, or call the FutureHeights office at 216-320-1423.

Deanna Bremer Fisher

Deanna Bremer Fisher is executive director of FutureHeights and publisher of the Heights Observer.

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