Guests will enjoy... and be entertained by local musicians, including a new University of Northern Colorado doctoral student/ graduate teaching assistant, Edward W. Hardy, as they experience the Centennial Village Museum grounds and gardens.
Musicians of the Omnipresent Music Festival, Tiffany Weiss, Sasha Ono, Matthew Beaugé, Edward W. Hardy, Franklin Rankin, Elé Salif Howell, and Alice Tsui, will be performing a multi-musical-genre concert consisting of Classical, Jazz, Latin, Pop, Film, and Broadway music.
Founder and Artistic Director of the Omnipresent Music Festival, Edward W. Hardy (violin), will be performing a free concert of works by William Grant Still, Astor Piazzolla, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Gardel...
Musicians of the Omnipresent Music Festival, Edward W. Hardy (violin), Dr. Nicole Wright (viola), Daniel Constant (violin), and Dara Hankins (cello), will perform a free concert of works by Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar,...
The Morris-Jumel Mansion is pleased to partner with violinist Edward W. Hardy and the musicians of the Omnipresent Music Festival to host this exciting and meaningful new concert series for the New York City community.
A black string quartet consisting of violinists Edward W. Hardy (composer of The Woodsman) & Daniel Constant, cellist Thapelo Masita (The Metropolitan Museum), and violist Tia Allen (Jagged Little Pill) performed a beautifully heart-wrenching performance of Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit".
The Lake of Sorrows now playing at the NY Summerfest is a collaborative trio... This is Mr. Hardy’s second collaboration with Mr. Thomalen and Ms. Andresakis, having worked with them previously on The Pearl Diver.
Why theater?: I found my love for theatre during my first undergraduate year at SUNY Purchase. The senior acting company, 12’, was looking for a violinist that could act and play two characters in their production of Chekov’s Three Sisters.
The story comes culled from Frank L. Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and is presented by a brilliant ensemble company of actors, actor/puppeteers, a violinist, and Japanese Bunraku-style puppets. (The terrific music is by Edward W. Hardy, with lyrics by Jennifer Loring.)