Edward Kelsey Moore ~ Appearing Soon!
making music or discussing writing
Edward Kelsey Moore discussing writing. . .
Edward Kelsey Moore in Greenwood, Indiana!
~ about a 30-40 minute drive from central Indianapolis ~
The Johnson County Public Library (JCPL) is thrilled to welcome Edward Kelsey Moore
to the White River Branch at 3:00pm on Saturday, April 21, 2018.
Mr. Moore lives and writes in Chicago where he continues to enjoy a more-than three decade career as a professional cellist. His debut novel, The Supremes At Earl’s ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT was published in 2013 and became an international hit and a New York Times best-seller. A new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues, was published in 2017.
Edward Kelsey Moore grew up in Indiana and received one of his music degrees from Indiana University. Local readers will enjoy the Indiana ties in Mr. Moore’s work.
Edward Kelsey Moore will be reading from his work and discussing the writing process. Mr. Moore’s presentations are always entertaining! After the event he will also be signing books.
This event is FREE and open to the public. Bring your family & friends!
The event is sponsored by a Novel Conversations grant from Indiana Humanities.
To read a short interview the Library recently conducted with Edward Kelsey Moore — click here!
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Authors at JCPL presents: Edward Kelsey Moore
Saturday, April 21st, 2018 ~ at 3:00pm
White River Branch Library
1664 Library Blvd. ~ Greenwood, Indiana 46142
The event is FREE but registration is necessary. You’ll be given two choices to Register: either as a resident of Johnson County with a local JCPL library card (to receive a free copy of The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat), OR you can register by choosing General Admission (no book received).
If you're not a local resident or don't have a JCPL card you can still register to attend (for free) by using general admission. Don’t wait too long — 70% of these tickets have gone already! (As of April 11th about 55 tickets are still available.)
Edward Kelsey Moore ~ highlight concert appearances
The Chicago Philharmonic
Paths of Passion
Chicago Philharmonic explores the diversity of love in all its forms. Antonin Dvorak’s Romance evokes sweet moments of bliss. Franz Waxman’s violin showpiece, the Carmen Fantasy, is bursting with technical fireworks which veer from passion to celebration to brutal revenge. Guest Conductor Gerhardt Zimmermann presents his interpretation of Dvorak’s New World Symphony, and his own orchestral transcription of Dmitri Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 7, with its poignant depictions of love and loss.
North Shore Center for the Performing Arts / Skokie, IL