Confluence: A Duet of Words and Music—
Classical guitarist, Stuart Weber, and author, Alan Kesselheim, will appear in concert at Thrasher Opera House on
Weber and Kesselheim have created a unique artistic partnership by blending their work in a performance format. Both men have pursued successful, decades-long careers before coming together to produce Confluence.
Largely self-taught, Weber’s signature style has engaged audiences throughout
Kesselheim is the award-winning author of eight books and hundreds of essays and stories published in national magazines such as Audubon, Outside, Backpacker, Big Sky Journal, High Country News, Canoe & Kayak, Men’s Journal, and many others. He, too, has achieved his success without formal training or degrees, and credits experiences in wild places for much of his literary inspiration. The Boulder Daily Camera laudes Kesselheim’s “perceptive observations recorded with the eye of a naturalist and the ear of a poet.”
Weber and Kesselheim were brought together by request to perform a concert in the arts and letters series held in the
On stage, at outdoor festival, or in intimate venues, Weber and Kesseheim entrance and engage audiences. Concert-goers have described them as “authentic”, inspiring”, and “powerful”.
Confluence: A Duet of Words and Music celebrates the exploration of art form and combines the work of two accomplished
Tickets for this special double-billed concert, generously sponsored by the Green Lake State Bank and Heidel House are only $12 and available at the Thrasher office, Knowledge Emporium, Green Lake State Bank (