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Ray Kamalay's Musical Flea Market
Friday, August 04, 2017, 07:00pm
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Wrapping up this year’s Adult Summer Reading Program - Build a Better World -  is Ray Kamalay’s Musical Flea Market: Trifles & Treasures from Our Melodious Past.

Whether its Delta blues or J. S. Bach, the music of Ireland or the music of Brazil, Ray has built a remarkably diverse and historic repertoire of music that is familiar, intriguing and fun.  His beautiful voice and wry humor are matched by his fine mastery of the guitar.

Ray often tells the stories of the songs themselves, drawing the audience closer.  All of which exposes not only his fine talent, but his great love of the music itself. 

Ray Kamalay is a Detroit native who has been a professional musician since 1974.  He has performed at some of the most prestigious venues including the Edinburgh Festival, Interlochen and the Philadelphia Folk Festival. In 1998, his work with Howard and Ralphe Armstrong was nominated for the W. C. Handy Award.

Join us for this fun filled musical evening. You do not have to be a Summer Reading Program participant to attend.  Families are welcome and encouraged to attend. Register at the Adult Service Desk or call the library at 734-426-4477.


Location Dexter District Library - Lower Level