Piece O'Chord to bring Christmas tunes to Hampshire library

  • On Sunday, Dec. 16, Piece O'Chord, with, from left, tenor Linda Berg, lead Maria Kolano, bass Beth Pasek and baritone Fran Bell, will perform holiday favorites at the Ella Johnson Memorial Public Library in Hampshire.

    On Sunday, Dec. 16, Piece O'Chord, with, from left, tenor Linda Berg, lead Maria Kolano, bass Beth Pasek and baritone Fran Bell, will perform holiday favorites at the Ella Johnson Memorial Public Library in Hampshire. Courtesy of Piece O'Chord

 
 
Updated 12/12/2018 6:56 PM

The popular concert series returns to Ella Johnson Memorial Public Library in Hampshire.

Each month, there will be a different musician or band playing live music at the library. Relax and listen to artists playing a variety of music in this special, after-hours event.

 

No registration is necessary and each concert is free.

This month, the featured guests will be Piece O'Chord performing a special Christmas concert at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, at the library, 109 S. State St.

This women's quartet has been singing together since 2009. They have performed at many venues including St Charles Live, Geneva Christmas Walk, various Cantigny summer concerts, Association for Individual Development functions, and private parties.

Piece O'Chord has competed in Harmony Inc. area singing contests and performed at various conventions. The quartet is part of Misty River Makers and features

No registration is necessary.

For information, visit www.ellajohnsonlibrary.org or call (847) 683-4490.

Follow www.facebook.com/ellajohnsonlibrary or twitter.com/ejmlibrary.

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