by Cynthia Calderon
In the spirit of building community and a celebration of summer, my Transcend partners and I recently hosted a concert in my home in Incline Village, NV.
We were delighted with the enthusiasm and turnout we received for this event! The house was filled with many new and old friends from all over – including visitors from North and South Lake Tahoe, Reno and the San Francisco Bay Area.
As an added bonus, we were pleased to showcase a couple of highly-talented, local artists at our event.
Our musician of the evening, Brad Perry, dazzled and engaged our audience with an amazing range of music from classical to country to pop. He sang and played both piano and guitar. Brad is the founder of Village Music school in Incline Village. He also performs at a number of different venues and is endeared by the local residents of Incline Village. We highly recommend him for your next event or for personal music lessons. Here’s a link to his website: https://www.inclinevillagemusic.com/
Our other local artist, Cliff Helm, provided a private exhibit of his work throughout the house. His visual artwork is eclectic and stunning, from mixed media using beads and skulls to vivid paintings and photos. Cliff has quite a colorful personal history which you can read in his book, Mayhem – A Life. It’s a remarkable “comeback kid” type of story. Here is a link to his website: https://www.Mayhem-Mediums.artistwebsites.com/
We are truly grateful to all of our wonderful guests and to Brad and Cliff for making our event such a great success.