South Shore Conservatory is hosting a free one-hour Coffee Break Concert, featuring the Elan Mehler Trio, at their Duxbury campus at the end of February.
TIC of Marshfield, an award-winning, non-profit reading service broadcasting 24-hours a day to thousands of visually impaired and otherwise print impaired listeners throughout Massachusetts, will record the Elan Mehler Trio concert and broadcast the show on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 8 p.m. Jazz, cabaret and burlesque collide in this one-of-a-kind group of artists who will showcase well known jazz standards with a twist.
“We are delighted to have an opportunity to record South Shore Conservatory’s concert and share it with an increasing number of listeners throughout the state,” explained Jim Bunnell, Executive Director of TIC.
Anyone can tune in to this concert and other TIC programming. Listeners may access programs through TIC’s live audio stream at http://www.ticnetwork.org, or via AudioNow by calling 712-832-7025 from a home or cell phone or by smartphone app. Listeners with smartphones may download the free TIC app by typing “Talking Information Center” in Apple or in the Google Play store for Android devices.
Bunnell continued, “Our audience continues to expand and includes seniors, veterans and many others who wish to enjoy local programs and entertainment such as South Shore Conservatory’s concert through the TIC network.”
For more information about South Shore Conservatory, visit their website at http://sscmusic.org.
The Hub of the Massachusetts Reading Network
Based in Marshfield, MA, TIC is a proud member of the International Association of Audible Information Services (IAAIS), and is the hub of the Massachusetts Reading Network, broadcasting to all of Massachusetts as well as southern New Hampshire and Connecticut. The non-profit reading service operates with the help of more than 600 volunteers statewide, broadcasting newspapers, magazines, books, special consumer information, medical and stock market updates, jobs, sports, supermarket specials, voting guides, community newspapers, and television programs. TIC also offers cultural programming such as old-time radio drama, theater, and poetry. TIC’s newest programming includes the Radio and Podcast Players and Veterans Voice.
TIC programming may be accessed several ways: via live audio stream at http://www.ticnetwork.org; by utilizing a specially tuned radio receiver; through AudioNow by calling 712-832-7025 from a home or cell phone; or by smartphone app. Listeners with smartphones may download the free TIC app by typing “Talking Information Center” in Apple or in the Google Play store for Android devices.
In 1977, Ed Perry, the founder of radio station WATD-FM in Marshfield, MA, donated his Subsidiary Carrier Authorization signal for use as the first radio reading service in New England. Operating similarly to other broadcast networks, TIC has affiliates throughout the state of Massachusetts that provide inserts of local news and information that is of interest to listeners in their area. The Executive Office of Elder Affairs oversees TIC, which is located at 130 Enterprise Drive, Marshfield, MA 02050. For more information visit www.ticnetwork.org or call (781) 834-4400.