The Friends of Newtown Library welcome Tracy Mace on April 23 at 7pm for a free musical event at the Newtown Public Library that is open to the public.
Ms. Mace's voice has been described as, 'smooth as a very fine wine, rich and dark with champagne highlights as she articulates up and down the scales. It is a sound that once you hear it, you will never forget it. Her voice leaves an imprint upon your soul that creates a longing to ask for more, more and more.'
Surrounded by music her entire life, Ms. Mace is a former trumpet and French horn player who made the switch to voice in her late teens. Her primary music genre is Jazz; however, she also performs Classical, Folk, Spirituals and Praise and Worship. In addition to solo appearances, Tracy has performed with American Music Abroad, Bloomsburg University Choir, Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, Bagby Chorale several local Jazz Musicians.
Venues in which Ms. Mace has performed include cathedrals in France, Austria, Switzerland and Germany, the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, the West Chester Historical Society, Adventure Aquarium, Chris' Jazz Cafe, and Zanzibar Blue.
The Newtown Public Library is located at 201 Bishop Hollow Road. As Ms. Mace shares her musical history, she will sing from her extensive repertoire. Please contact the library at 610-353-1022 with questions.