CYO BRASS, SAXES AND DRUMS PERFORM AT ARTS ALIVE FESTIVAL
Arts Alive is a free 3-day celebration of the arts in Falmouth and the Upper Cape located on the Falmouth Public Library Lawn.
The Brass, Saxes, and Drum Ensemble of the Cape Youth Orchestra will perform under the direction of Chris Schroeder. The Cape Youth Orchestra program brings talented young musicians of all ages and skill levels together with professional conductors, musicians and educators from the Cape Symphony, Conservatory, and Boston area. Centered on fostering joy in instrumental and orchestral playing, the youth orchestra program provides young musicians with enriching musical experiences that strengthen their musicianship and create lasting memories.
Students include Benjamin Hoopes (tenor sax), Michael Booth (alto sax), Lianna Mitchell, Daniel Mark-Welch, Matthew McCauley (trumpets), Robert Taft (tuba), Grace Kwon, Brennan McIntyre (trombones), and Olivia Cooper (drums).
The festival is free and everyone is welcome – rain or shine!
Sunday, June 18 | 2:30-3pm
Falmouth Public Library Lawn
300 Main St, Falmouth
ARTINI PARTINI... SOCK HOP!
Let’s go to the hop! Join the Cape Symphony & Conservatory at the sock hop for our 6th annual Artini Partini celebration fundraiser. This year it’s a flashback to ‘56, the beginning of the Cape Conservatory. Dance the night away to 1950’s music and the great American songbook. Enjoy hearty culinary delights and martini samplers crafted by favorite local restaurants, as they compete for the coveted Most Artistic Martini award! While you rock around the clock, you’re helping the Conservatory continue to offer, improve and expand access to Arts education programs. In the community. For the community. Now, that news alone should put anyone in a party mood.
Friday, June 23, 2017 | 5:30-8:30pm
Cape Conservatory, Barnstable Campus
CONSERVATORY YOUTH BALLET SPRING PERFORMANCE
Au Marchè Français
Jane E. Caputo, Artistic Director
The Cape Conservatory Youth Ballet will present their Spring Performance of Au Marchè Français.
The Ballet is set in Paris or New Orleans, Montreal or Quebec in an “open air” French market. Au Marchè Français is a story ballet about a young girl named Lilu. Lilu arrives penniless and hungry at the market after a very long journey. At the market, Lilu finds the merchants, Collette (bread), Bridgette (dress maker) and Jeannette (flowers) who are working hard to sell their goods. Also at the market are a group of friends: Mimi who is quick to tears, Cici with her head always in a book, Fifi who hopes to be a film star someday, Gigi, the sweet dancer and Amilee, a girl who wants only to shop. But Amilee sees Lilu’s plight and helps her find all she needs. Amilee helps Lilu to become part of the market. Lilu sees an acrobat and rides a carousel. She walks a tightrope and joins in a waltz. Time passes at the market. One day represents many eras. Music changes, jazz is born and things evolve. But one thing does not change. Simple pleasures are the best; a helping hand, a pat on the head, a carousel ride, a shared meal, a sweet flower or just a dance. Good people help one another.
Sunday, June 25 | 3pm
Tilden Arts Center, Cape Cod Community College
PROVINCETOWN JAZZ FESTIVAL FUNDRAISER RECEPTION AND CONCERT
A Benefit for JAZZ in the Schools on Cape Cod
Jazz Vocalist Dane Vannatter from Cleveland & Jazz Pianist Fabiano de Castro from São Paulo, Brazil are both Provincetown Jazz Festival favorites and will be accompanied by Ron Ormsby (bass), Bart Weisman (drums), and special guest Abby Pollock (sax).
7:15pm Reception with complimentary Hors d'oeuvres provided by Riverway Restaurant and there will be a cash bar.
8:00pm Concert with Dane Vannatter & Fabiano de Castro
$50 Per Person (cash, check or charge at the door) and proceeds benefit JAZZ in the Schools on Cape Cod.
Please email Bart Weisman today to reserve your seat
If you can't attend, email Bart Weisman to find out how you can make a tax-deductible donation and help bring JAZZ in the Schools on Cape Cod
Monday, July 31 | 7:15pm
The Riverway Restaurant
1338 Route 28, South Yarmouth
CYO BRASS, SAXES AND DRUMS PERFORM AT POPS BY THE SEA
Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea concert is Cape Cod’s single largest cultural event and the most important fundraising event of the year for the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. For each of the past thirty years we have welcomed one of the nation’s finest and best-loved musical ensembles – the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra – to the Hyannis Village Green. Student performers include Benjamin Hoopes (tenor sax), Michael Booth (alto sax), Lianna Mitchell, Daniel Mark-Welch, Matthew McCauley (trumpets), Robert Taft (tuba), Grace Kwon, Brennan McIntyre (trombones), and Olivia Cooper (drums).
Reserve your VIP table now by contacting the Arts Foundation at info@ArtsFoundation.org or 508-362-0066, ext. 115
Sunday, August 13
color guard processional- 4:45-5:15pm
Hyannis Village Green