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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August I - August 7, 1997 Bie Blow to perform at Ocean Pines The Worcester County Per- forming Arts Society will present Big Blow and theBushwackers in concert Sunday, Aug. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Church at Ocean Pines. Big Blow and the Bushwackers is a unique musical group which was formed on the Eastern Shore and has received wide recognition in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. areas. Their music based on traditional Irish, African, Ap- palachian and Australian music produced on a variety of both common and unusual standard in- struments as well as "home- made" instruments. The audience will be invited to participate, keeping rhythm with soda cans filled with kitty litter, and will be asked to join in a di- jeridoo workshop. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for senior citizens, Students and children are admitted free of charge. The Delmarva Piano Festival, scheduled to take place Aug. 1-5 at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach, features (l-r) pianists Nathan Buckner, Alexandra Eames, Eileen Hutchins and Mark Salman. Delmarva Piano Festival returns to Rehoboth stage Aug. 1-5 Pianists Mark Salman, Alexan- dra Eames, Eileen Hutchins and Nathan Buckner will join forces in Rehoboth Beach, Aug. 1-5, to pre- sent the sixth annual Delmarva Pi- ano Festival. The festival has become a wide- ly recognized cultural event in ' southern Delaware over the past six years. This is a unique event devoted exclusively to piano mu- sic; in addition to performing con- certs, the pianists discuss the mu- sic and their thoughts with the au- dience. Additionally, the festival fea- tures a performance workshop where talented young area piano students can receive suggestions and feedback from the four pi- anists. This season's recitals will high- light the piano music of Franz Schubert, who is celebrating his bicentennial this year. Works by Mendelssohn and Brahms will be featured, commemorating the 150th and 100th anniversaries of the deaths of these composers. This year's world premiere will be a piece composed especially for the festival by Ron Warren, a long-time resident of the Delmar- va region. Also featured will be'works by Beethoven, Debussy, Ravel, Prokofiev, Schonberg and Philip Antony Cord. The four pianists met as stu- dents at the Julliard School during the 1980s, and since have each en- joyed active careers as pianists and teachers throughout the coun- try. Originally attracted to Re- hoboth Beach because of its prox- imity to their homes at the time, they now live in such diverse lo- cations as New York, Chicago, Nebraska and Seattle. They antici- pate continuing to return each summer to this lively, energetic town to share their eclectic pianis- tic interests, reuniting with each other and the warm friendly audi- ence which the festival has drawn over the years. All events will take place at the Epworth United Methodist Church, located at 20 Baltimore Avenue. The entire schedule is as fol- lows: Recital 1, Friday, Aug. 1 at 8 p.m, offering Philip Antony Corri: selected works; Mendels- sohn: Rondo Capriccioso; Schon- berg: Suite for Piano and Schu- bert: Sonata in B-fiat, D.960. Recital 2, Sunday, Aug. 3 at 8 p.m. featuring Schubert: Sonata in C, D.840; Debussy: Six epigraphes antiques; Ron Warren: World Premiere; Beethoven: Sonata in C minor, Opus 111; Ravel: Oiseaux tristes; and Ravel: Jeux d'Eau. The performance workshop is scheduled for Mon- day, Aug. 4 at 5 p.m. Recital 3, Tuesday, Aug. 5 at 8 p.m. will open with Schubert: Sonata in A minor, D.784; Brahms: Acht Klavierstucke, Opus 76; Prokofiev: Visions fugi- tives, and Schubert: Fantasy in C, D.760. Admission to each concert is $10 or $25 for a subscription pass (available Friday night only). Limited free parking is available on site. For additional information, call the Rehoboth Art League at 227- 8408. Home Cooked Meals To Go Reach for the Cape Gazette to read about what's happening around town f. -'s Overlooking the Ocean for 17 Years Open Daily at 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 J oudreaux' -- Bar-B-Oue Carry-Out O Delivery- 17 Wilmington Avenue Rehoboth Beach 226-30 I0 7 Days a Week. 11 a.m. to ? PARTY ORDERS * ONE DAY'S NOTICE by The Hill Family- "We are here to stay.. " Over a century in Rehoboth, Full Rack Whole Chicken $13.95 $9.95 Half Rack Half Chicken $7.95 $6.95 Includes 2 side orders and Mom's Homemade Cornbread, French Fries, BBQ Black Beans, Coleslaw or Maoaroni Salad. Boudreaux Burger $5.95 1,2 ,oun,J Caribbean Jerk Chicken $5.5o Shredded Beef BBQ $5.50 French Fries with every sandwich