heritage-at-lowmanBy Ashley Lucas, Fitness and Wellness Director, The Heritage at Lowman

Join us, Sunday, April 10 for an afternoon of music at the Heritage at Lowman. Performing will be Alan Weinberg on the piano.

Alan Weinberg, Professor of Music at Columbia College, Columbia, South Carolina, is a native of Philadelphia where he earned his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Temple University. In 1984 he received his Doctor of Music degree in performance from Indiana University, graduating with distinction. Dr. Weinberg, an active recitalist, appeared at the Library for the Performing arts at Lincoln Center in 1986, and made his debut at Carnegie Recital Hall in May of 1987.

He has received critical acclaim in The State newspaper for his debut performance in Columbia – “Weinberg is a performer of perception and artistry, and his debut merited its standing ovation.” The Columbia Record said, “Weinberg seemed perfectly attuned not just to the mood changes of each movement, but also to the subtler ones within each. If you went to the concert feeling bad, it made you feel good. If you went feeling good, it made you feel euphoric.”

All Sunday at Lowman Concerts are held at 3:00 pm on Sunday afternoons in the New Life Chapel located in the Wellness Center on the Heritage at Lowman campus and will be followed by a reception in the adjacent Hoefler Gallery. The concerts are free and open to the public. For more information about our concert series please call (803) 451.7414.

Senior living is changing. For over 100 years, the Heritage at Lowman, has continued to evolve and set standards for full service retirement living. Located near Chapin, SC, the Heritage is just minutes from the vibrant capital city of Columbia and neighboring Midlands area communities. Our 200-acre campus is plentiful with green spaces and century old trees, meandering walking paths and a picturesque pond. With innovative wellness-based programming, as well as residential and healthcare options already in place – our reputation for quality precedes us.

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