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~di:~n ~'dp~,~ ~ "~ PRES~ III Change Service Requested ~,~_~,,/~/ ~ Permit No. 30 Ill t. agu Summit, '""""," ill "' " '"'""'""'"'"'"""'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'" Small Town Papers TFN Volume 25 - Issue 20 5026 California Ave SW Wednesday December 30, 2009 Julian, CA. Seattle WA 98136-1208 ISSN 1937-8416 "1 Jess Martin Park South Elevation Julian Cuyamaca Fire Station Julian. California Ma~ 2007 \ \ \ \ September 14. 2004, New Library Opens with a ribbon cutting and dignitaries; State Librarian Susan Hildreth, County Librarian Marilyn Crouch .Supervisor Diane Jacob, and State Senator DeDe Alpert along with Friends of the Library President Jan Mattias. It was the first library in the State built with matching funds provided by community fund raising efforts. P~Tvato Property To Julian - Highway 79 - Music On The Mountain Laura Limon Featureq In Fire seemed to consume us (literally and figuratively) the 2002 Pines Fire followed by an arson fire. The Cedar Fire of 2003 which destroyed one third of the homes m the area. The Volcan Fire of 2005. 2007 saw the Banner Fire and Angel Fire which shut down the Bluegrass Festival on Saturday and threatened Whispering Pines. The Witch Fire did not directly impact us, except for the evacuation for a week. It marked a decade that we all learned to keep an emergency kit handy. June of 2005 saw Ranchita get its' own community park just off the highway and behind the community center. Santa Ysabel Casino opened its' doors April 12, 2007 The Julian Library is proud to present, in concert, the return of world renowned violinist/violist Laura Klugherz for a January 5th, 2010 performance. The program in the Main Library Room begins at 6:00 PM. Appearing with Ms. Klugherz will be Roberto Lim6n, the internationally acclaimed classical guitarist. Their program, titled "Rhythms in Winter" features the works of composers from Spain, Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil and Mexico. A composition by Franz Schubert will open the performance• Ms. Klugherz first Julian appearance drew the largest and most appreciable audience of any library event to date. Together with pianist Jill Timmons, the duo performed to a standing room only audience, ¢ert wholly captivated by the artists' immense talents. "You don't have to leave Julian to enjoy world - class musicians live," said Branch Librarian Colleen Baker. "January's program features two extremely accomplished artists, with resumes I can only describe as astonishing." After being awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for music, Ms. Klugherz received her classical training in the U.S. and Europe. Upon receiving her degree in music, she performed for many years as Concertmaster and soloist for both the Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Munich Bach Orchestra• Ms. Klugherz made her Carnegie Hall debut in 1989. Her musicwas lauded by the NY Times as "dramatic.. emotional New Year by Perry Savage •. and evocative," and her career attention when it became the and reputation cotinued to rise. soundtrack of Ken Burns' PBS As a chamber musictan, she has series "The War." Together collaborated with many of the with Steven Heyman, she has finest chamber music ensemlsles,~ recordec[ "JEchoes: Viola Music of including members of the Beaux Arts Trio, the Raphael Trio, the Cuarteto Latinomericano, and the Lydian Quartet. She is particularly passionate about contemporary music for the violin and viola from Spain, Africa and the Americas ,and regularly commissions and premieres new additions to that body of work. Ms. Klugherz's recordings include "The Violin and Viola Music of Amy Beach" (Centaur), "Three Lyric Pieces" and "Dance Bagatelles" on Dexter Morrill's "Music for Strings" (Capstone). Her recording of Amy Beach's music recently garnered national Spain, Africa and the Americas" (Centaur), which will be released in early 2010. As an author, Ms. Klugherz wrote "A Biographical Guide to Spanish Music for Violin and Viola" (Greenwood Press). As an educator, she was selected as a Perkinson Fellow to the Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College (2006). In that capacity, she continues to research, edit and arrange the little known African and African/ American music for the viola. In 2010, Ms. Klugherz will serve as a juror for the International Stradivarius Competition in Salt 1 ]