Tiffin, Ohio — The Seneca County Museum is thrilled to announce the upcoming event in its Speaker Series, featuring a musical tribute to the renowned musician and Tiffin native, Robert G. Friedman.
Set to take place on Thursday, June 22 at 7:00 p.m., this captivating evening promises to immerse attendees in the captivating world of big band and jazz.
Rodney Young, an esteemed presenter, will kick off the event by providing a fascinating biography of Mr. Friedman, shedding light on his remarkable life and musical accomplishments. The biography will offer insights into Friedman’s journey and the impact he made in the world of music.
Following the biography, attendees will have the pleasure of watching a recorded video of the enchanting concert that took place on October 20th, 2004. The concert featured the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and the University of Northern Florida Jazz Ensemble 1, showcasing The Robert Friedman Suite. This collection of songs, composed by Friedman and expertly arranged by William Prince, highlights the brilliance and artistry of Friedman’s musical compositions.
The event will take place at the Seneca County Museum, located at 28 Clay St. in Tiffin. Admission is open to all, and attendees are encouraged to invite their friends and family to join in this celebration of local talent. It presents a unique opportunity to delve into the life and work of a gifted musician with deep roots in the community.
For further information or any inquiries, please contact the museum directly at (419) 447-5595.