With five weekends remaining, this has been Music Mountain’s longest, featuring over a dozen string quartets, multiple guest artists, favorite local jazz bands, and the first season of the Distinguished Artist Recital Series.
Topping off the First Fridays Artswalk this series will feature premiere contemporary musicians from across the northeast combining art with music.
Larry Murray writes: “For musical omnivores like me, the fusion of cutting edge bluegrass with traditional acts like Del McCoury keep things interesting.” Fresh Grass gets fresher every year.
Composer-in-residence Ted Hearne, harnessing all sorts of colors, gestures, and timbres for this performance as the group explores all the possibilities of the human voice.
Bill Finn outdoes himself in a series of new songs incorporating Broadway and jazz with the standout being “Pizazz” by the sensational Rema Webb whose glorious voice is matched by her hands which are a show all by themselves.
It’s “a new group of fabulous songs by the ridiculously talented Tony-winning composer/lyricist William Finn and the equally talented Deborah Abramson,” says Artistic Director Julianne Boyd. (Stephen Sorokoff photo)
Taking a day off from her starring role as Clare in “On the Town,” Elizabeth Stanley’s star glowed brightly at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret. (Stephen Sorokoff photo)