Dorothy Papadakos Speaks at Library Foundation Fundraiser
Thu, Feb 23, 2017 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Dorothy Papadakos is internationally known as an organist and member of the Paul Winter Consort. Her first published book is THE KINGDOM OF WINTER, an allegory about climate change for youngsters ages 11 to 14, narrated by Sir Windham the North Wind. It is the first installment in a proposed four-book series called THE KINGDOMS OF THE SEASONS.
Ms. Papadakos earned a Masters Degree in Organ Performance at the Juilliard School, and was the first woman to be Cathedral Organist at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in New York City, a post she held from 1990 to 2003. She is celebrated for her daring and imaginative improvisations and scores for theatre, film, TV and ballet. Her 2005 musical BACCHUS premiered in Wilmington, where she now resides, to rave reviews. More information is at her website, http://www.dorothypapadakos.com/.
Individual luncheon tickets to hear Ms. Papadakos speak are $50, and sponsorship of a table for eight persons is $500. For reservations or information please contact Yvette Mays at 910-798-6309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library Foundation of New Hanover County is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization that raises and invests funds to enhance the local public library's collections and services. In 2016 the Foundation's contributions made it possible for the Library to subscribe to digitally delivered magazines through Flipster and streaming video from InstantFlix; hire an intern to digitize and upload data to Port City Architecture Online; install musical instruments for Story Park at Main Library; and donate books for local clinics to give to at-risk children at their well-child checkups, along with prescriptions for daily reading. Learn more about the Library Foundation at http://www.libraryfoundationnhcpl.org/.