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Music at the Mint!

Mint Museum RANDOLPH

Thursday, Oct 29

12:30PM - 1:15PM

Admission: FREE

Join us during your lunch break and hear cellist Alan Greenberg and pianist Nancy Rubenstein perform favorites from Beethoven to Joplin! Bag lunches welcome!*

More information: 704.337.2014

*Mint Museum Randolph does not have an onsite café, but you may bring your own lunch or Panera Bread at 601 Providence Road will deliver to the museum – be sure to allow at least 30 minutes for delivery. Visit or download the Panera delivery app from the Apple Store, and enter 2730 Randolph Road, Charlotte, NC 28207.

Works performed will include:

Arcangelo Corelli: Suite No. 2

Ludwig van Beethoven: Minuet in G

Fritz Kreisler: Rondino (on a Theme by Beethoven)

Bernhard Romberg: Sonata in E Minor

Fritz Kreisler: Liebesleid

Gabriel Faure: Sicilienne

Folk Songs: Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (Irish); Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes (English); The Ash Grove (American); Turtle Dove (American)

Scott Joplin: The Entertainer


More about the performers:

Alan M. Greenberg has played cello intermittently since 1956. After a career as a college librarian and a book indexer, he has returned in retirement to cello playing as a form of Christian service. He has played at Novant Presbyterian Medical Center, local churches, retirement homes, and community events. He is the founder of the Piedmont Piano Trio.

Nancy Rubenstein began her piano studies at the age of three. She has degrees in music from the University of Tampa and the University of Colorado, Boulder, and has taught both privately and in the public schools. As a pianist, Nancy devotes herself to collaborative playing. As founder of the project MUSIC REBORN, she has researched composers who were persecuted, and whose works were banned by the Third Reich, and has collected rare scores and organized concerts since 2003. Nancy is the proud mother of three grown daughters and two cats, and is grandmother of four.