The Frederick Reads theme for 2014 - The Music of Language - begins March 2 with Natasha Trethewey, the nineteenth United States Poet Laureate, who will charm the audience at the Weinberg Center for the Arts with readings from her poetry collections and other works.
In April, Frederick Reads is thrilled to welcome Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash. A distinguished and beloved musician, Cash’s discography consists of 15 studio albums including her newest CD, The River & The Thread, which was released in January. She is the author of four books and her essays have been featured in The New York Times and other major publications. Cash’s visit to Frederick for appearances and book signings will enchant audiences of all ages. Read more...
Private meet-and-greet reception with Rosanne Cash on stage at the Weinberg immediately following the concert. Proceeds to benefit Frederick Reads.
Monday March 31 - Tickets $75
Please note that admission to the post-concert event fundraiser requires a separate ticket.
Frederick Reads - Rosanne Cash
Cash will host a discussion of her work followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience and a book signing. Both events are free and open to the public; no tickets required.
Tuesday, April 1
11 am - Frederick Community College Jack B. Kussmaul Theater
Discussion about the Music of Language.
7:30 pm - Weinberg Center for the Arts
Interview with David Dye, creator and host of World Cafe, which is produced by WXPN celebrating its 23rd year in syndication to more than 250 National Public Radio stations nationwide.
If you are interested in supporting Frederick Reads and more events, please visit frederickreads.org for further information.