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Green Keys Tour in Rocky River 

When: Mon., March 28 2011

Toronto pianist and music teacher Frank Horvat is nearing the end of his odyssey: a 13-month, 60-stop concert tour that has taken him to every Canadian province and seven American states promoting his music and spreading environmental enlightenment. In one of his final Green Keys Tour performances, he brings his solo self to Rocky River's West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church. Expect to hear Horvat's own dreamy piano compositions, including the 60-minute Earth Hour, performed entirely in the dark. Kilowatt savings aside, the tour supports the release of Horvat's second album, A Little Dark Music, which he describes as "a soundscape that would bring peace, joy, and contentment for listeners." Not surprisingly, the CD will be for sale at the otherwise free concert, with 25 percent of the profits going to the World Wildlife Fund. Still, with tsunamis, nuclear meltdowns, and Republicans on the loose, we'll take our peace and joy anywhere we can find it. It starts at 7:30, at 20401 Hilliard Blvd. in Rocky River. To learn more about the artist, go to frankhorvat.com. For venue details and other information, check out wsuuc.org. — Cicora

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