Home Art & Culture PHOTOS: Music, birds and spring in the air Art & CultureOn The Town PHOTOS: Music, birds and spring in the air By Idyllwild Town Crier - April 6, 2017 1716 0 Facebook Twitter Google+ The Idyllwild Master Chorale presented “Nocturnes” Saturday evening, April 1, at the Idyllwild Arts’ Lowman Concert Hall. Dwight Holmes conducted the chorale, which was accompanied by Edwin Hansen. The first piece was Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo.” Later, they put music to poems from a variety of authors.Photo by Tom Kluzak Bill Shepard provided the entertainment for wine and art Saturday, April 1, at Middle Ridge Winery and Gallery. The afternoon crowd enjoyed his music, which added to the artwork and large selection of wines. Photo by Tom Kluzak The Illegal Sweedes (Sveedes) played Friday night at Idyllwild Brewpub. From left, Larry Vineyard (not shown), drums and vocals; Larry Brown, bass and vocals; Dan Henderson, guitar and vocals; Rick Bonanno, guitar and vocals; and James Hilzman, keyboard and vocals.Photo by Thom Wallace Last weekend, Tom Pierce captured the several spring scenes emerging during the warm weather in Pine Cove.Photo by Tom Pierce Photo by Tom Pierce Actor Danny ”Machete” Trejo has appeared in more than 300 films and TV series, such as “Once Upon a Time in Mexico,” “Machete,” “Breaking Bad” and “Sons of Anarchy,” but he has played no better role than the one he did March 25 at Soboba Casino where he awarded local player Angelica Viera of Riverside a new Chevy Silverado. Viera was the winner of the “Take on Trejo” challenge.Photo courtesy Soboba Casino Scott Fisher (left) spoke to the other members of the Idyllwild Rotary Club at the Wednesday, March 29, meeting. He accepted an official Rotary mug from President Roland Gaebert as thanks. Fisher’s topic was “Good in the World,” and he focused on three recent projects — a gathering of Lutheran youth that did a lot of good in Detroit, the Potters Lane houses in Orange County and Ikea shelters.Photo by Tom Kluzak It was a clear and beautiful day Tuesday in town. The local Four Seasons Nursery on Highway 243 had opened the week before as Hill folk were ready to get back out in their gardens. Photo by Halie Wilson LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.