Classical pianist from Canada to perform on Fripp

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Ronée Boyce was described as “a petite piano powerhouse.” A soloist and chamber musician, she inspires audiences worldwide with her intense musical sensibility. She taught music at a school for underprivileged children in Toronto and gives benefit concerts to assist aspiring music students.

Boyce has a special gift called synesthesia. When she hears or plays music, she sees colors, like the key of D evokes green, E sky-blue, F grey-purple, and Ronée says, it smells bad.

Attendees might see colors too when they hear Ronée play on Sunday, February 25 at 5 p.m. at the Fripp Community Centre, 205 Tarpon Boulevard. This concert is sponsored by Fripp Friends of Music and the SCAC. Attendees can pick up a free pass at the Fripp gate. Tickets at the door are $25 (cash or check only), students free. Part of the proceeds help support Beaufort music students. For more information, visit www.frippfriendsofmusic.com or call 843-838-1777.

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