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The Park Theater is pleased to announce its inaugural FREE outdoor summer concert series live at the Crandall Park Bandshell each Friday evening (7-8:30pm) in July 2021. The final concert will feature The North & South Dakotas from Saratoga, NY! Formed in early 2011 by original members Zack Hay (Guitar & Vocals), Colin Hunt (Bass), and Mark Retajczyk (Guitar & Vocals), The North & South Dakotas set out crafting a sound that paid homage to the spirit of old time…Find out more »
The Park Theater is proud to host Summerland Music Society's production of Sherlock Jr. featuring live accompaniment by Cary Brown. Ticket Price: Suggested Donation - $10.00 Doors Open: 6:30pm Showtime: 7pm About Sherlock Jr.: This classic silent film from 1924 features comedic genius Buster Keaton as a movie projectionist who dreams of being a detective. Experience Keaton’s extraordinary slapstick humor and unparalleled stunts with live improvised accompaniment by pianist Cary Brown! Cary Brown (Piano): Cary Brown received a double degree…Find out more »
The Park Theater is proud to host Summerland Music Society's Violin & Piano Recital featuring the music of Brahms, Sarasate, Kreisler and Still. Ticket Price: Suggested Donation - $10.00 Doors Open: 6:30pm Showtime: 7pm Bryan Hernandez-Luch, violin Peruvian-American violinist Bryan Hernandez-Luch has been described by The Deseret News as “strikingly imaginative … he is an artist to be reckoned with.” Bryan began his violin studies at age 6, and at 15 he made his solo debut with the Utah Symphony…Find out more »
The Park Theater Foundation's 2021/22 Season Kickoff Event featuring The Henhouse Prowlers. Wednesday, September 1st, 2021 Doors: 6pm | Showtime: 7pm FREE SHOW! Please note: Vaccination and/or negative COVID test and mask wearing are strongly encouraged. You're invited to The Park Theater's 2021/22 Season Kickoff Event featuring a performance by bluegrass powerhouse, Henhouse Prowlers! There will be a full service bar available in the theater during the show. Make sure to book your reservation and enjoy a delicious dinner at…Find out more »
Ariel Posen's music occupies the space between genres. It's a rootsy sound that nods to his influences — heartland rock & roll, electrified Americana, blue-eyed soul, R&B, Beatles-inspired pop — while still moving forward, pushing Posen into territory that's uniquely his own. He turns a new corner with Headway, a solo album that finds the songwriter taking stock of his personal and musical progress. Posen began recording Headway in December 2019, one week after wrapping up an international tour in support of his acclaimed debut, How Long. He'd been…Find out more »
Rising from the ashes of Buffalo Springfield, The Hollies and The Byrds, Crosby, Stills and Nash were feeling the pressure to repeat the success of their Grammy Award winning 1969 album “Crosby Stills & Nash”. The addition of Neil Young changed the sound of the band while retaining the wonderful vocal arrangements that drive each song. With songs like “Our House”, “Teach Your Children” and the title track, “Déjà vu” sets a line in the sand for emergence of the…Find out more »
On the Third Thursday of each month, join Matt Niedbalski and a rotating cast of young and talented jazz musicians. Drinks and desserts will be available, courtesy of Doc's Restaurant, to make the night even sweeter! Nate Giroux, Saxophone & Clarinet Nate Giroux is a saxophonist, clarinetist, and an adjunct faculty member at Crane School of Music SUNY Potsdam. He holds a B.M. in Jazz Studies and Performance from William Paterson University. In addition to playing over 1,000 engagements in New…Find out more »
Virtuoso fiddler, Jason Anick, grew up listening-in on his Dad’s bluegrass rehearsals and competing in fiddle contests around his native New England. Jason went on to study jazz at the Hartt School of Music, where he was recruited by Grammy winning guitarist, John Jorgenson, to join his renowned, world-touring quintet. Through the John Jorgenson Quintet, as well as his own subsequent projects, Jason rose to the top ranks of jazz violinists, earning himself a position at Boston’s prestigious Berklee School…Find out more »
On the Third Thursday of each month, join Matt Niedbalski and a rotating cast of young and talented jazz musicians. Drinks and desserts will be available, courtesy of Doc's Restaurant, to make the night even sweeter! Dylan Canterbury, Trumpet Dylan Canterbury began playing trumpet at age 8, and jazz not long after. A graduate of the Jazz Studies program at SUNY Purchase, he counts jazz legends Jon Faddis, Jim Rotondi, and Ray Vega among his teachers. As a performer, he…Find out more »
Fort Vine is an indie-folk band named after a secret tree fort in Manhattan, built by songwriting duo, Trevor Tunison and Nyna Nelson. Their feel-good music embraces every audience with open arms as their strong harmonies resonate with meaningful poetry and happy grooves. Named one of NYC's best unsigned bands by the New York Observer, Fort Vine has been continually touring the US in their diy-converted sprinter van, Gypsee Bungalow, since March 2018- an adventure that was recently chronicled in the May 2020 issue of the esteemed travel…Find out more »
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