Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • January 21, 2009 Upper Saddle River The All Seasons Chamber Players will return to the Upper Saddle River Public Library on Feb. 1 for a 2 p.m. concert entitled “Going for Baroque.” The ensemble will use its two-manual Flemish harpsichord in combination with flute and strings. The program will include music from countries in the musical vanguard of the Baroque era: Italy, France, and Germany. The program will open with Georg Philipp Telemann’s “Canonic Sonata No. 2 for Flute and Violin” and close with his “Trio Sonata in E Minor” from “Tafelmusik II,” an ensemble favorite. Marin Marais’ “Picture of the Surgical Operation” will provide the audience with musical theater depicting Marais’ gallstone operation - complete with narrator. Other works will include Marais’ “Suite No. 3 for Cello and Harpsichord,” Nicholas Chedeville’s “Sonata for Flute and Continuo No. 1” from “Il Pastor Fido,” and Arcangelo Corelli’s popular “La Folia Sonata in D Minor for Violin and Harpsichord.” Robert Lawrence, co-director of programs, will introduce each piece to the audience. The All Seasons performers are professional musicians who also perform with major area orchestras, Broadway shows, and summer music festivals. They include flutist Brenda Sakofsky of New City, New York, violinist Robert Lawrence of New York City, cellist E. Zoe Hassman of New York City, harpsichordist Jean Strickholm of Demarest, and harpsichordist Ron Levy of Teaneck. Levy is well known to many music lovers in Bergen County through his solo performances with various orchestras and choral groups and appearances with the Palisades Virtuosi. He has also performed widely in Canada and Europe and his recordings are available on the Albany, Centaur, Eroica, Koch, International, MMF and Summit labels. He is an associate artist with All Seasons Chamber Players. Now in its 28th season, the All Seasons Chamber Players has performed over 560 concerts throughout the metropolitan area and has been a regular attraction at the Upper Saddle River Library since 2005. The ensemble has also ‘Going for Baroque’ to be presented at library been heard on Cablevision’s MetroArts/13 programs and other cable TV stations in New Jersey. Winner of the Award for Artistic Excellence from the Bergen County Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs, the ensemble has received numerous grants from public and private sources. Its full schedule is listed on its website: A printed schedule may be obtained by calling (201) 768-1331. This concert is one of the ensemble’s community concerts for 2008-09 supported by the Bank of America Foundation and the Upper Saddle River Library. Admission is free and all are welcome. The library, which is accessible to the physically challenged, is located at 245 Lake Street in Upper Saddle River and provides ample free parking. Reservations are not needed. Additional funding is provided by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts through grant funds administered by the Bergen County Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs, the Frank & Lydia Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, the Verizon Foundation, Target, the Lillian P. Schenck Fund, Shop-Rite of Hackensack, Columbia Bank, and Friends of All Seasons. Area Dr. Amarjot S. Narula, medical director of West Bergen Mental Healthcare, has been elected president for the 2008-09 term of the prestigious New Jersey Psychiatric Association. NJPA is a professional organization of 1,000 physicians qualified by training and experience in the treatment of psychiatric disorders. Founded in 1935, NJPA is a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association and is the official voice of organized psychiatry in the State of New Jersey. Active in NJPA for the past several years, Dr. Narula has held several leadership positions including president-elect and senior vice president. In accepting the presidency, Dr. Narula said, “I am honored to join my fellow NJPA members as we strive to improve mental health care and services for individuals and families in New Jersey.” Dr. Narula has served as West Bergen’s medical director since January 1996 and has been affiliated with the agency since 1988. In addition to this position, he also maintains a private practice in Ridgewood with a specialty in geriatric psychiatry. West Bergen director to lead NJPA Dr. Narula has also held leadership positions at facilities including The Valley Hospital, Barnert Hospital, and Bergen Regional Medical Center. He has also been a consultant to various nursing facilities in the area. He has received numerous awards and recognitions and was named one of the top doctors in the New York metropolitan area by the Castle Connolly guide. Originally from India, and an active member of the Sikh congregation in Glen Rock, Dr. Narula is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He is a diplomate in psychiatry and geriatric psychiatry of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Established in 1963 as a child guidance clinic, today West Bergen provides comprehensive services for all age groups with various levels of need. 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