On June 3rd,The Plymouth Public Library hosts Meredith d’Ambrosio for a late afternoon celebration of the arts. A teacher, writer, painter, lyricist, trained pianist, and vocalist, Meredith d’Ambrosio will be promoting her music, her new screenplay “Silent Passion” and her new artbook “Watercolor, Eggshell Mosaic, Oil, Black Pencil”. A collection of thirty original paintings, titled “Hemispheres”, will be available for viewing.
The celebration of Meredith d’Ambrosio’s work will begin at 3:00 and conclude at 5:00. A live performance of her own music will begin at 4:00. The event is free for everyone of all ages to attend.
ABOUT MEREDITH D’AMBROSIO:
Plymouth MA residents who frequent the jazz scene Tuesday nights at Martini’s on Court street are frequently treated to Meredith’s vocals. Meredith d’Ambrosio has been experimenting with the piano since the late 1950s, focusing particularly on jazz. She branched off her musical talent into New York in 1981, and since her time in New York she has also gained a reputation as a well-respected calligrapher, watercolorist, composer, and teacher. She has had the opportunity to tour North America and Europe with many musical acts, including Rufus Reid, Eddie Higgins, Hank Jones, Jay Leonhart, and Butch Miles. In 1994, NPR featured her on their series Piano Jazz.
Meredith d’Ambrosio currently resides in Duxbury, Mass.