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120 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, July 21 - Monday, July 24, 2006 Heidi Lowe hosting Precious Metal Class starting July 31 Precious Metal Clay, Beginning, for ages 15 to adults with Heidi Lowe. will begin Friday, July 31 at Rehoboth Art League. Students will create unique jew- elry with precious metal clay. PMC is an innovative material that is manipulated like clay but finishes like silver when fired. Fee is $85 members; $95, non- members. Materials fee is $25 (payable to instructor), Monday, Wednesday, Friday, July 31, Aug. 2. 4. 6:30-9:00 p.m. in the Children's Studio. Supply list includes three packets of PMC plus (this may be purchased directly from Rio Grande or PMC Connection). Lowe made her first ring in high school and has been hooked on jewelry making ever since. After graduating from the Maine College of Art in Portland, ME, and receiving her M.F.A. in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from the State University of New York in New Paltz. Lowe relocated to New York City. Originally from Rehoboth Beach, Lowe inherited her creativity from her mother, an artist and local teacher, and her sense of three-dimensional con- struction from her father who built houses. Using glass and metal Woodwind instruments performance set July 22 at Concerts at the Beach The Eastwind Consort, a unique woodwind ensemble of flute, clarinet and bassoon, will perform the music of Mozart, Beethoven and two twentieth cen- tury Parisian composers at 8 p.m.. Saturday, July 22, in downtown Bethany Beach at St. Martha's Episcopal Church, Pennsylvania and Maplewood Avenues. The concert is presented by Concerts at the Beach. The Consort, a well-established Washington, D.C. trio, has per- formed to critical acclaim throughout the Washington met- ropolitan area, including radio broadcasts and sold-out concert appearances. The group is com- posed of Sara Stem, flute; James Bryla, clarinet; and Eric Dircksen, bassoon. Stein, a founding member of the Eastwind Consort, is principal flutist with the Washington Concert Opera, the Washington Ballet Orchestra, the Virginia Chamber Orchestra and the Alexandria SS, mphony. In addi- tion, she performs, as she has done for the last 14 years, as half of the flute and harp duo, Stern and Lavalier, with Dotian Lavalier. She has also performed since 1978 as solo flutist with the 20th Century Consort, resident contemporary music ensemble of the Smithsonian Institution. Bryla made his solo debut with the National Symphony Orchestra at the age of 21 as the winner of its 1987 Young Soloist Competition. He has performed throughout the United States as a soloist, orchestral and chamber musician with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute, the Washington Ballet, the Amadeus Orchestra and the National Gallery Orchestra. He earned two degrees from Catholic University of America and served on its faculty. Also a founding merffber of the Eastwind onsort, Dircksen plays bassoon with various orchestras in the Washington area. including the Washington Concert Opera and the Washington Ballet. He studied saxophone at Indiana University and bassoon at Southern Methodist University. In addition to playing bassoon and solo saxophone with the Jerusalem Sytphony Orchestra, he was a member of the Israeli chamber group Collage, which performed throughout Israel. Concert tickets are $18 and $5 for students, and include a meet- the-artist reception following the concert. To purchase tickets, call 539-2963. The final concert of the season will be presented by The Sunrise Quartet, the ensem- ble-in-residence of Concerts at the Beach, on Aug. 5. Country-rock star Scott to perform Ray Scott, country-rock song- writer and steel guitar playing baritone, will perform at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino at 6 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 6 in the Rollins Center, kicking off the Up & Country concert series featuring five of country music's hottest acts. Ray Scott's label debut album. "My Kind of Music," released under Warner Bros.. features a gritty blend of country music with the folk-rock-blues influences of Johnny Cash. Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson. Willie Nelson, and Merle Haggard. Scott's do-it- my-way attitude comes through in songs like "Different Kind of Cowboy," '*Dirty Shirt," and the hard-driving "Plowboy." He has also written hit songs for Clay Walker ("A Few Questions") and Randy Travis ("Pray for the Fish"). "Ray Scott is certainly one of the most successful and popular country artists today," said Ed Sutor, chief operating officer of Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. "His debut album skyrocketed up the charts, and I have received nothing but great feedback since first announcing Ray's scheduled performance in August." Scott's "My Kind of Music" in Dover Ray Scott will perform at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino at 6 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 6 was the 2005 No. 1 Billboard Nashville CritiCs' choice, beating out the likes of Brad Paisley, Gretchen Wilson and Dwight Yoakam. He was ranked No. 2 among the Top Ten country albums for 2005 by AboutCountry. Scott also finished sixth in The Miami Herald "Year in Pop" for 2005 amongst U2, The Rolling Stones, Green Day, Brad Paisley and Lee Ann Womack. Delaware native, Stephanie Iverson, who recorded her first national album in Nashville in May, will open for Scott. Tickets for all Up & Country concerts are now on sale. Tickets cost $25 per show or $20 per show if the entire series is purchased before Aug. 6. To purchase tickets to the show or for more informa- tion on the concert series call VIP Services at 800-711-5882. Dover Downs Hotel & Casino features 2,700 slots, a variety of restaurants, and AAA Four Diamond Award winning accom- modations. Dover Downs Hotel & Casino is located on Route 13 in Dover just off of exit 104 of Route 1 For more information, visit or call 800-711-5882. components, she creates jewelry with structure and color. Her work is unique, open to interpreta- tion. adding a light-heartedness that makes her jewelry fun to wear. Lowe recently moved back o Rehoboth Beach and opened a ontemporary jewelry gallery, ocated at 328 Rehoboth Ave., fea- uring hers and others' work as yell as many other international ewelry artists. Do You ? FRES'HEgT g gEAFOOD THEN DON'T FO/; lent the ;'T AFFORDABLE IN TOWN? FIgH!