The Reserve at Lake Keowee to host steel drum artist, John Patti as an Artist in Residence
The Reserve at Lake Keowee will host award-winning steel drum artist, John Patti as their Artist in Residence April 24-27th. The Community Foundation Artist in Residence program is now in its 10th year and has welcomed a variety of artists, from painters, to musicians to writers. John Patti will bring a unique style of music and energy to The Reserve this year.
SUNSET, S.C., Apr. 21, 2018
SUNSET, S.C., Apr. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Reserve at Lake Keowee will host award-winning steel drum artist, John Patti as their Artist in Residence April 24-27th. The Community Foundation Artist in Residence program is now in its 10th year and has welcomed a variety of artists, from painters, to musicians to writers. John Patti will bring a unique style of music and energy to The Reserve this year. Whether he is performing a solo or collaboration with bands, John's intriguing stories and talent leaves a memorable impression with any audi¬ence. John has had the privilege to collaborate, record and share stages with artists such as steel drum masters Robert Greenidge, Ray Holman and Andy Narell, guitar innovator and legend Les Paul, country star Jerry Jeff Walker, Grammy nominated singer Nadirah Shakoor, Michael Utley and CMA finalist for "Instrumentalist of the Year" Doyle Grisham. During John's residency he will hold a variety of workshops but he will finish with a special performance that is open to the public. On Friday, April 27th at 7pm in Founders Hall at The Reserve at Lake Keowee, John will perform various genres including jazz standards, classical movements, pop and Caribbean pieces.
"We are so delighted to welcome John Patti as our Artist in Residence." said Cathy Washburn, Executive Director of The Reserve at Lake Keowee Community Foundation. "With his unique style we are looking forward to learning from his workshops and enjoying his final performance next Friday night."
The Reserve's Artist in Residence program enables the community to share its beauty with artists, allowing them to experience a retreat that offers time for reflection and inspiration. The program is funded by The Reserve's Community Foundation, which has held the Arts as one of four focus areas since its 2008 inception.
For more information or to attend an event, contact Cathy Washburn at email@example.com. The Reserve at Lake Keowee Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for the 2019 residency. Applications will be accepted until December 15th, 2018. For more information visit http://www.reserveatlakekeowee.com/life-here/community-foundation/
About The Reserve at Lake Keowee
Created in 2000 by Greenwood Communities and Resorts, The Reserve at Lake Keowee is an award‐winning residential community that spans 3,900 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, with 30 miles of shoreline on Lake Keowee and convenient access to nationally‐recognized commercial and cultural centers that include Greenville, S.C.; Asheville, N.C.; and Clemson and Furman Universities. A 200‐slip Marina, Village Center, Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, and more than 1,400 acres of parks, preserves, trails, and green spaces highlight more than $100 million in completed family amenities at The Reserve. The Reserve has approximately 700 members from 30 different states. Homesites at The Reserve are available from $100,000 to $950,000; homes from $500,000 to $3+ million. To learn more, call 877‐922‐LAKE (5253), visit http://www.ReserveAtLakeKeowee.com .
About The Reserve at Lake Keowee's Community Foundation
The Reserve at Lake Keowee Community Foundation is a non-profit organization created to enhance the quality of life at The Reserve and in the local area while fulfilling a sense of community and philanthropy for The Reserve's members. The Foundation sponsors regular cultural events including concerts, plays, lectures, and an annual art festival. The Foundation is funded and supported by a transfer fee of ¼ of 1% of every sale, provided in perpetuity, within The Reserve. The Foundation has four major functions: 1. Environment: to promote environmental stewardship and provide a greater understanding and appreciation of the area's natural resources. 2. Education: to provide educational and enrichment programs for Reserve property owners and the surrounding community. 3. Arts: to promote cultural initiatives for property owners and the surrounding community, with both visual and performing arts. 4.Outreach: to assist charitable organizations and facilitate property owner volunteerism in Pickens County and surrounding communities. For more information about The Reserve's Community Foundation http://www.reserveatlakekeowee.com/life-here/community-foundation/
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