Monday, November 17, 2008

Croft Farm Welcomes Pianist Gregory DeTurck for Winter Recital

The Cherry Hill Ensemble Series at Croft Farm continues on Sunday, December 14, 2008 at 3 p.m. with International award-winning pianist and Cherry Hill High School West graduate Gregory DeTurck as he returns to perform in his home town.

Tickets: $15 general admission (seniors 55+: $12; groups 10+ & students: $10)

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time in Room 102 of the Municipal Building (820 Mercer Street, Cherry Hill 08002) or by click here to download the order form. For more information call 856-488-7868 or email

This concert is sponsored by Jacobs Music Company, Lighthouse Hospice Inc, Paper & Ribbon Supply and Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wolf, Jr.

Photo Galleries Updated

In addition to a juried photography exhibit, Fall Into the Arts at Croft Farm included many wonderful events including a Luncheon with the Arts featuring "The Dueling Divas" on Monday, November 3 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

"The Dueling Divas" are Sharon Derstine & Melissa Perry with pianist Hugh Kronrot.

Later that night, we welcomed several poets to the Arts Center for a poetry reading on the theme of "politics" and "elections".

On Friday, November 7, children enjoyed a Concert for Young Music Lovers with host Bob Cafaro, Cellist for the Philadelphia Orchestra. Also performing were Luba Agranovsky on piano and Dmitri Kasyuk playing flute.

Fall Into the Arts came to a close on Sunday, November 9 with a performance from the Fairmont Brass Quartet. The Quartet performed many songs from the Americana, Jazz and Dixieland genres.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Fall Into the Arts Opening Reception

Saturday, November 1 marked the opening of the Second Annual Fall Into the Arts Juried Photography Showat the Croft Farm Arts Center. The juried show was sponsored by Cherry Hill Township, the Cherry Hill Arts Board and Brandywine Senior Living at Moorestown Estates.

We received 111 entries and hung 61 pieces. Prizes were awarded to Best In Show, First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mention.

The photography was viewed by several hundred people throughout the week whether at events or during open gallery times.

Here are some of the winners and their photographs.