Park Place, Hudson, 822-9763.
Through July 4: Montauk Series, works by
Lakes Center for the Arts
28, Blue Mountain Lake, 352-7715.
June 19: Works by members of the center.
9N, Luzerne Road, Lake George, 668-4447.
July 7: Adirondack/North Country photos by James Bullard.
Public Library, 161 Washington Ave., Albany, 462-4775.
June 16: Paintings by Christian Carson. Through June 19:
Works by Sherry Steiner and Lisa Benanto.
Institute of History & Art
Washington Ave., Albany, 463-4478.
August 22: In the Garden. June 19-August 22:
Don Nice: Hudson River Paintings June 26-August
29: Agricultural Works, photographs by James
International Airport Gallery
June 27: Artists in the Studio: 30 Years at the Millay
Colony for the Arts. Ongoing: Installations by Anthony
Garner, Baris Karayazgan, Paul Katz, Nancy Klepsch and Victoria
The Arts Center Gallery at the Saratoga County Arts Council
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-4132.
Monday Night Life Drawing.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-4539.
June 27: Works by Barry Gerson, Bart Gullet, and Scott Reynolds.
Main Street, Bennington, VT (802) 447-1571.
Nov. 12: Independence of Thought, Freedom of Speech.
Ongoing: Beyond Bennington and The Art of Grandma
The Berkshire Museum
South St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 443-7171.
2-Oct. 31: Presence of Light. Ongoing: Beauty
and Utility; Minerals and Rocks and Distant
Views:The Hudson River School Collection
at the Berkshire Museum; and Who’s That Dinosaur on
the Front Lawn?
Blue Mountain Bistro
212, between Woodstock and Saugerties, (845) 679-8519.
June 26: Around Woodstock, works by Paula
Nelson and John Kleinhans.
Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery
Erie Blvd., Canajoharie, 673-2314.
June 30: 10th Annual Winslow Homer Watercolor Exhibit. July
5-Sept. 22: Ladies First: Women Painters from the
Collection of the Library and Art Gallery.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-1915.
June 20: Works by Kathy Burge, Carolou Faller Kristofik,
Paul Abrams, Carl Dellatore.
+ Cultural Center at Rensselaer
Burdett Ave., Troy, 274-7793.
July 6: Remembering Rwanda . . . the end of 100 days
of remembrance, photographs by Catherine Wagner
Chapman Historical Museum
Glen St., Glens Falls, 793-2826.
Sept. 4: All in a Day’s Work, Adirondack portraits
by Dr. Daniel Way. Ongoing: Our Patriotic Past Illustrated.
Greene Community College
Route 23, Hudson, 828-4181.
Aug. 29: Student Art Show.
Davis Fine Art
Warren St., Hudson, 822-1890.
July 25: Folk Art of the South.
Fields Sculpture Park
Omi International Arts Center, 59 Letter S Road, Ghent,
19-Oct. 31: Public Notice: Painting in the Sculpture
Lark St., Albany, 456-1931 or 436-9498.
June 19: Summer Show ‘04. June 23-July 24:
Works by Pam Barrett-Fender and Chris Duncan.
Unitarian Society of Schenectady
Artists Gallery, 1221 Wendell Ave., Schenectady, 374-4446.
Sept. 6: FUSS Artists and Friends.
Fulton St., Troy, 274-8464.
June 26: Interior: The Artists as Decorator.
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-0818.
June 24: Annual Greene County Arts and Crafts Guild members
County Council on the Arts
Main St., Catskill, 943-3400.
June 19: Process Show. June 19-Aug. 1: Journeys
in Clay. Aug. 7-Oct. 3:Catskill Interiors.
Aug. 14-Oct. 9: The Jazzy Show.
Warren St., Glens Falls, 792-1761.
Oct. 3: Masterworks: Selections from the New Britain
Museum of American Art.
Caverns Road, Howes Cave, 296-8949.
Oct. 24: Stan Hill: An Inspiration, 1921-2003.
George Carter Road, Becket, Mass., (413) 327-1234.
23-Aug. 29: America’s Irreplaceable Dance Treasures:
The First 100. Ongoing: Balanchine at the
Pillow; Unseen: Photos by Mike van
George Arts Project
Gallery, Canada and Lower Amherst Streets, Lake George Village,
June 18: Works by Russell DeYoung, Deborah H. Martin
and Joanne Murphy.
Gallery, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, 798-1144.
July 2: Solo exhibitions by Pearl Rucker, Deborah Webster,
Jeri Lynn Eisenberg and Liz Scott Connolly.
MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Mass. (413) 664-4481
fall 2004: Ann Hamilton: corpus. Through spring
2005: Matthew Ritchie: Proposition Player.
Through spring 2005: Interventionists: Art in the
Museum of Dance
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-2225.
October 2004: Golden Land/Golden Dreams. Through
October 2004: Interpretations of Degas’ Dancers.
Through April 1, 2005: Child Performers in Tap: 1900-1950.
York State Museum
State Plaza, Albany, 474-5877.
19-Sept. 6: Spirit of the Woodstock Generation: The
Photographs of Eliott Landy. Through Aug. 22: French
Painters of Nature: The Barbizon School, Landscapes from
the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through Sept. 19:
Lost Cases, Recovered Lives: Suitcases from a State
Norman Rockwell Museum
Mass., (413) 298-4100
Aug. 6: Norman Rockwell’s Art for the Book: Willie
was Different. Through Oct. 31: Hometown Hero,
Citizen of the World: Rockwell in Stockbridge.
Main St., Altamont, 861-0038.
June 21: Communicating Through Art: Metaphorical meets
County Historical Society
Second St., Troy. 272-7232.
Rensselaer County Goes to War: War and the Home Front,
Springs City Center
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-0027.
27: Saratoga Antique Bottle Show and Sale.
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 587-3241.
June 30: Fairy Tales Series, photography by
Daesha Devon Harris.
Terrace Heights, Schenectady. 382-7890.
Sept. 12: Factory Bands to Funk: Music in the Capital
Region, 1900 to the Present.
Station, Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-3300.
July 14: A Group Show, featuring the work
of 20 of the gallery’s artists.
Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, 580-5849.
17-Sept. 3: Maria Hall: Sculpture on the Deck.
June 17-July 6: Lenore Malen, the New Society for
203, Spencertown. 392-3693.
26: The Hidden Gardens of Spencertown. Through
June 27: Paintings in Pattern and Texture, works by
Roberta Myerson; For Earth’s Sake—Local Potters/Local
& Francine Clark Art Institute
South St., Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-9545.
27-Sept. 6: “Bonjour, Monsier Courbet!”: The Bruyas
Collection of the Musée Fabre, Montpellier.
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-5090.
July 15: Undulations: Recent Works in Clay,
works by Jill Fishon-Kovachick.
Teaching Museum and Gallery
College, 815 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-8080.
Jan. 2, 2005: About Sculpture.
& Space Limited
Columbia Street, Hudson, 822-8448.
June 30: Exhibition covering the Friends of Hudson’s
first five years.
at Albany, 442-4035.
29-Sept. 3: Five Ways to Say the Same Sadness: New
Work by William Pope.L; and mALORsUDas sOLarMB:
Selected Works by Phil Frost.
N. Main St., Albany, 453-6600
June 25: Inner Visions VIII: Double Vision.
Park Row, Chatham, 392-5335.
June 30: Summer, paintings by James Meyer.
K. Sanford Town Library
Room, 629 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville, 458-9274.
June 30: Annual Spring exhibit by members of Albany Artists
College Museum of Art
Mass., (413) 597-2429.
19-Dec. 19: Ezra Stoller Architectural Photography.
Through June 20: Labeltalk 2004: Max Beckmann’s Jahrmarkt.
Through Sept. 6: Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba: Memorial Project
Vietnam. Through Oct. 11: Summer Afternoon:
American Watercolors from the Collection. Through
Dec. 2004: Mostly Photography: Art since 1980 from
City Hall, Albany. 434-8036. Performances at 1 PM. The bells
can be enjoyed from the parks near City Hall.
13: Amy Heebner. June 20: Suzanne Magassy.
June 27: George Matthew Jr. July 4: Hans Hielscher.
July 11: Trevor Workman. July 18: Elizabeth Berghout.
July 25: Alexander Solovov, Elena Sadina,
James Church, Main Street and Taconic Avenue, Great Barrington,
Mass., (413) 528-3595. Performances at 6 PM unless noted.
10: Music for Shakespeare: Baroque and classical settings
for Shakespeare’s plays by Locke, Purcell, Haydn and more.
Performers will be Sharon Baker (soprano), David
Ripley (baritone), Daniel Stepner and Kinloch
Earle (violins), Laura Jeppesen (viola de gamba),
Loretta O’ Sullivan (cello) and Peter Sykes
(harpsichord). July 17: Mozart, Weber and the Clarinet:
quintets by Mozart and Weber with classical clarinetist
Eric Hoeprich, plus Onslow’s String Quartet.
July 24: Completely Mozart: Works of Mozart performed by
Daniel Stepner (violin), Loretta O’ Sullivan
(cello), David Miller (viola) and Kristian Bezuidenhout
(fortepiano). July 31: Bach the Keyboardist, Bach the Violinist:
An all-J.S. Bach program with John Gibbons (harpsichord)
and Daniel Stepner (violin). Aug. 7 (5 PM): Monteverdi’s
opera Orfeo, with singers and chamber orchestra led
by Daniel Stepner.
College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900. The two-weekend
festival, Shostakovich and His World, features programs
focusing on the composer and his works.
13 (Sosnoff Theater, 8 PM): An all-Shostakovich program
performed by the Bard Festival String Quartet, Claremont
Trio, Bard Festival Chamber Players and more.
Aug. 14 (Olin Hall, 1 PM): The Bard Festival String Quartet,
Claremont Trio, Colorado String Quartet and
others will perform works by Shostakovich, Stravinsky, Glazunov,
Prokofiev, Skriabin, Gnesin and Shteynberg. Aug. 14 (Sosnoff
Theater, 8 PM): The American Symphony Orchestra will
perform Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 1, Theme and
Variations in B-flat Major and Symphony No. 4.
Aug. 15 (Olin Hall, 1 PM): Melvin Chen (piano), Bard
Festival Chamber Players, Colorado String Quartet
and more will perform works by Shostakovich, Popov, Shcherbachov
and Myaskovsky. Aug. 15 (Sosnoff Theater, 4:30 PM): A program
of music by Shostakovich, Kabelevsky, Khachaturian, Dzerzhinsky
and more, performed by Zuill Bailey (cello), Bard
Festival String Quartet and more. Aug. 20 (Sosnoff Theater,
8 PM): Good Morning Moscow: One Day in the Life of Soviet
Popular Music. Aug. 21 (Olin Hall, 10 AM): A performance
of Shostakovich’s Rayok, with commentary, by Richard
Taruskin. Aug. 21 (Olin Hall, 1 PM): The Chiara String
Quartet and more will perform works by Musorgsky and
Shostakovich. Aug. 22 (Olin Hall, 1 PM): Lydia Artymiw
(piano), Chiara String Quartet, Bard Festival
Chamber Players, Kim Kashkashian (viola) and
more will perform works by Shostakovich, Schnittke, Denisov
and more. Aug 22 (Sosnoff Theater, 5 PM): Shostakovich’s
Symphony No. 10, performed by the American Symphony
Orchestra, Bard Festival Chorale and the Brooklyn
Shed, Berkshire School, Route 41, Sheffield, Mass., (413)
229-1999. All concerts feature the Springfield Symphony
Orchestra. Call for performance times.
10: Philip Brunelle conducts works by Brahms and
Britten. July 17: Beethoven’s Mass in C and Duruflé’s
Requiem conducted by Don McCullough. July
24: Duain Wolfe conducts a program of works by Billings,
Schuman, Wilberg and Copland. July 31: Tom Hall conducts
Haydn’s Die Jahreszeiten. Aug. 7: David Hayes
conducts Dvorák’s Requiem.
Music & All That Jazz
Hall, 29 Davidson Drive, Saratoga Springs. All concerts
are at 3 PM, and feature violinist LaMar Alsop and cellist
20: The Mark Vinci Quartet. July 18: Roger Kellaway
(piano) and Yue Deng (violin). Aug. 22: Beaux-Arts
Piano Quartet. Sept. 5: Marlene VerPlanck with
Busch Opera Theatre, Cooperstown, (607) 547-2255 or www.glimmerglass.org.
Evening and matinee performances. Call for times and complete
1-Aug. 23: Puccini’s La Fanciulla del West. July
2-Aug. 24: Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience. July
17-Aug. Handel’s Imeneo. July 24-Aug. 22: Richard
Rodney Bennett’s The Mines of Sulphur.
Little Theatre at Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center,
Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 584-6018 or www.lakegeorgeopera.org.
25-26 (7:30 PM): Opera/Orchestra Favorites Concert. July
2 (6 PM), July 6, 10 (2 PM) and July 8 (7:30 PM): Donizetti’s
L’Elisir d’Amore (The Elixir of Love). July
3, 11 (2 PM) and July 7, 9 (7:30 PM): Bernstein’s Candide.
at the Lake
Sembrich Opera Museum, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing.
644-9839 or www.operamuseum.org.
23 (7 PM): Bel Canto Institute of SUNY New Paltz.
July 21 (1:30 PM): Silver Bay Chamber Ensemble. July
25 (4 PM): Cheryl Pesdan, soprano. July 28 (1:30
PM): Stephen Wogaman, pianist.
Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, 677-2495 or www.hubbardhall.org.
Performances are at 8 PM.
10: Beethoven’s Piano Trio, Opus 70 #2, plus works
by Lee Hyla and Bob Nieske. July 24: Brahms’ String Quartet
No. 1 in B flat, plus works by Strauss, Wolfgang and
Nabatov. August 6: Poulenc’s Sonata for Piano four-hands,
plus works by Debussy, Stravinsky, Reutter and Brahms. Aug.
13: Schoenberg’s String Trio and Bach’s Goldberg
York City Ballet Orchestra & Friends Chamber Series
Arts Center, 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 587-3241. Performances
8: Beethoven’s Septet for Violin, Viola, Horn, Clarinet,
Bassoon, Cello and Bass. July 15: Schubert’s Trout
Quintet. July 22: Tchaikovsky’s Souveni de Florence.
Warren St., Hudson, 671-7171. Performances are at 8 PM unless
26: The Piano—King of Instruments with Vladimir Pleshakov
performing solo piano works by Beethoven, Scriabin and Rachmaninoff.
Aug. 6: Young Artists concert with pianists Michael Rogers
and Lidiya Yankovskaya performing the music of Prokofiev,
Bach, Beethoven and Scriabin. Aug. 7: Elaine Comparone,
harpsichord, and the Queen’s Chamber Band will present
The Legacy of the Bachs: J.S., C.P.E. and W.F. Aug.13: Pianists
Vladimir Pleshakov and Elena Winther will
perform the music of Mozart and Beethoven on authentic period
instruments. Aug. 14: The Golden Age of Pianism, a solo
recital by Vladimir Pleshakov. Aug. 15 (3 PM): A
program of chamber music. Aug. 21: Elaine Comparone,
harpsichord, and the Queen’s Chamber Band will present
Elite Syncopations, a program of music by Marais, Couperin,
Rameau, Joplin, Lang and Dowland. Aug. 22 (3 PM): The Tourmaline
String Quartet will perform works by Mozart, Brahms
Choral Festival 2004
Clement’s Church, 231 Lake Ave., Saratoga Springs, (518)
791-0185. Performance at 7 PM.
15: Handel’s Dixit Dominus for chorus and orchestra,
plus short choral masterworks by Mozart and C.V. Stanford.
Performing Arts Center
9, Saratoga Springs, 587-3330. SPAC is the summer residence
of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Saratoga Chamber Music
performances take place at 8:15 PM. Unless otherwise noted,
all concerts feature Charles Dutoit conducting.
4: Emanuel Ax on piano, featuring Mozart’s Piano
Concerto No. 25, and Symphony No. 1 by Mahler.
Aug. 5: Berg’s Violin Concerto, with Leonidas
Kavakos on violin. Also, Brahms’ Symphony No. 1
and Schubert’s Overture to Rosamunde. Aug. 6: An
Evening in Old Vienna, with guest conductor Erich Kunzel.
Works by the Strausses, Lehár, Haydn, Stolz and Kálmán.
Aug. 7: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and Piano Concerto
No. 4, with pianist Yefim Bronfman. Aug. 11:
Tchaikovsky Spectacular, featuring the Suite from Swan
Lake, Marche slave, 1812 Overture and
Violin Concerto, with violinist Rachel Barton.
Aug. 12: Truls Mork on cello, featuring Dvorák’s
Cello Concerto. Also, Symphony No. 2 by Sibelius.
Aug. 13: André Watts on piano, featuring Brahms’
Piano Concerto No. 1. Also, Strauss’ Till Eulenspiegel’s
Merry Pranks and Zwilich’s Symphony No. 3. Aug.
14: Those Fabulous Philadelphians, Part 1, featuring Ravel’s
Suite No. 2 from Daphnis and Chloé, and works by
Bartók, Liszt and Weber. Aug. 18: Those Fabulous Philadelphians,
Part 2, with pianist Stephen Hough featuring Saint-Saëns’
Piano Concerto No. 4. Also, Ravel’s Valses nobles
et sentimentales and Berlioz’s Harold in Italy.
Aug. 19: Martha Argerich on piano, featuring Schumann’s
Piano Concerto. Also, Stravinsky’s Fireworks
and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade. Aug. 20: Music
from the Movies, with guest conductor Marvin Hamlisch.
Aug. 21: Mahler’s Symphony No. 3.
Saratoga Chamber Music Festival
performances on Sun at 2:15 PM, Tue evening performances
at 8:15 PM. Featuring members of the Philadelphia Orchestra,
with guests as noted. The music director is Chantal Juillet.
3: The Trout, a program of music by Schubert, Strauss and
Schoenberg. With special guests Emanuel Ax, piano,
and Leonidas Kavakos, violin. Aug. 8: Vienna in Songs,
a program of woks by Schubert, Zwilich, Brahms, Korngold
and Schoenberg. Aug. 9: A Celebration of Dvorák’s Centennial,
with works by Dvorák, Beethoven, Zwilich and Zeisl. Aug.
15: The Austro-Hungarian Connection, a program of works
by Schubert, Zwilich, Haydn and Dohányi, with special guests
Truls Mork, cello, and Jean-Yves Thibaudet,
piano. Aug. 16: The program is Past and Present: A Reunion
of Curtis Graduates Performing Classics. Works by Beethoven,
Eisler and Brahms. Aug. 17: Roberto Díaz, viola,
and Stephen Hough, piano, will guest on performances
of Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata, Mozart’s String
Quartet No. 4 in C and Frühling’s Piano Quintet.
Aug. 22: Who Knows the Glass Armonica? with special guests
Dennis James, glass armonica, and Ricardo Morales,
clarinet. Works by Mozart, Zwilich and Brahms.
Hills Inn and Resort, 40 Plunkett St., Lenox, Mass., (413)
443-1138. Performances at 8 PM.
5: The Boston Trio will perform the music of Schubert,
Beethoven and Brahms. July 12: Fantasy and Romance with
Susan Miron (harp), Burton Fine (viola) and
Elizabeth Ostling (flute). Works by Mozart, Telemann,
Scarlatti, Tournier and Debussy. July 19: Pianist Michael
Chertok will perform romantic movie themes, and works
by Liszt and Beethoven, in a program titled Musical Banquet.
July 26: Opera Night with Jo Dolce (soprano), Robert
Van Valkenburg (tenor), Thomas Stallone (baritone)
and Matthew Cvetik (piano) performing a selection
of favorite arias, duets and trios. Aug. 2: Arts and Music
of France with Barbara and Gerhardt Suhrstedt
(pianists). Works by Debussy, Fauré, Ravel and more.
Aug. 9: Ramon de los Reyes & Company, accompanied
by Spanish guitar, performing Flemenco and other Latin dance.
Aug. 16: Strings and Steinway with Lucia Lin (violin),
Owen Young (cello) and Sergey Schepkin (piano).
Works by Beethoven, Dvorák and Ravel. Aug. 23: The music
of Leroy Anderson, Irving Berlin, J.S. Bach, Gershwin, Sousa,
Brahms and more will be featured in the Golden Sounds of
Brass. The brass quintet will be John Schnell (trumpet),
Betty Rines (trumpet), John Boden (horn),
Mark Manduca (trombone) and Michael Milnarik
(tuba). Aug. 30: Schumann-Chopin with pianist Sergey
Mass., (413) 637-5165 or www.bso.org. The Boston Symphony
Orchestra will perform under the direction of a variety
of conductors this season. Concerts are performed at Ozawa
Hall unless otherwise noted.
1-2 (8:30 PM): Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows
and Orchestra with conductor Craig Smith will
perform works by Bach, Bartók and Vivaldi, with the Mark
Morris Dance Group. July 5 (8:30 PM): Tanglewood
Music Center Orchestra will perform works by Schoenberg,
Dallapiccola and Berlioz. July 6 (8:30 PM): Boston Baroque
will perform Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610. July 8
(8:30 PM): Juilliard String Quartet will perform
music by Haydn, Bartók and Beethoven. July 9 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Boston Symphony Orchestra, with conductor Kurt
Masur, and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
with Wynton Marsalis, will perform Marsalis’ All
Rise. July 10 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, with conductor
Rafael Frübeck de Burgos and pianist Leon Fleisher,
will perform an all-Ravel program. July 11 (2:30 PM, Shed):
BSO, with conductor Ingo Metzmacher and pianist
Emanuel Ax, will perform works by Mozart and Shostakovich.
July 12 (8:30 PM): TMC Orchestra will perform works
by Mendelssohn, Kodály and Wagner. July 13 (8:30 PM): Bryn
Terfel will perform songs by Schubert, Schumann, Tosti,
Britten and Copland. July 14 (8:30 PM, Shed): Boston Pops
Orchestra, conducted by Marvin Hamlisch and with
guest vocalist Dianne Reeves, will present an evening
of music and comedy. July 15 (8:30 PM): Pianist Pierre-Laurant
Aimard will perform works by Beethoven, Carter and Ives.
July 16 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, with conductor Kurt
Masur and violinist Midori, will perform works
by Gunka, Tchaikovsky and Dvorák. July 17 (8:30 PM, Shed):
BSO, with baritone Bryn Terfel and the Tanglewood
Festival Chorus, will perform works by Wagner and Beethoven.
July 18 (2:30 PM, Shed): Orchestra of St. Luke’s
and violinist Joshua Bell will perform works by Rossini,
Brahms and Beethoven. July 19 (8:30 PM): TMC Orchestra
will perform music by Haydn and Strauss. July 21 (8:30 PM):
Emerson String Quartet will perform works by Britten,
Tower and Shostakovich. July 23 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO
will present an all-Dvorák program with conductor Hans
Graf and cellist Claudio Bohorquez. July 24 (8:30
PM, Shed): BSO, with soprano Renée Fleming
and conductor Patrick Summers, will present an evening
of popular songs. July 25 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO, with
pianist Peter Serkin, will perform music by Vaughn
Williams, Stravinsky, Debussy and Elgar. July 27 (8:30 PM):
A recital by pianist Richard Goode, with works by
Beethoven, Chopin and more. July 28 (8:30 PM): The Hilliard
Ensemble will perform works by Perotin, Machaut, Hartke
and more. July 29 (8 PM, Theatre): TMC Vocal Fellows
and Orchestra will perform Britten’s A Midsummer
Night’s Dream. July 30 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO,
with conductor Edo de Waart and pianist Richard
Goode, will perform works by Haydn and Mozart. July
31 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO will perform music by Schnittke,
Mendelssohn and Brahms, with conductor Christoph von
Dohnanyi and violinist Renaud Capuçon. Aug. 1
(8:30 PM): The Ozawa Hall 10th Anniversary Celebration Gala
with Seiji Ozawa conducting TMC Orchestra
and BSO Chamber Players. Aug. 3 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Tanglewood on Parade, featuring the BSO, Boston
Pops Orchestra and the TMC Orchestra. Aug. 4-5
(8:30 PM): Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
will perform music by J.S. Bach, Benda and Telemann. Aug.
6 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO with pianist Yefim Bronfman
will perform music by Schumann and Brahms. Aug. 7 (8:30
PM, Shed): BSO, conducted by Tan Dun and with
cellist Yo-Yo Ma, will perform Tan Dun’s The Map.
Aug. 8 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO will present an all-Mozart
program. Aug. 11 (8:30 PM): A piano recital with Jean-Yves
Thibaudet performing works by Debussy, Liszt, Wagner
and Verdi. Aug. 12 (8:30 PM): 2004 Festival of Contemporary
Music with Meridian Arts Ensemble. Aug.13 (8:30 PM,
Shed): BSO will perform music by Wagner and Prokofiev.
Aug. 14 (8:30 PM, Shed): Film Night at Tanglewood with the
Boston Pops and conductor John Williams. Aug.
15 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO with pianist André Watts
and conductor Robert Spano will perform the music
of Rands, MacDowell and Tchaikovsky. Aug. 18 (8:30 PM):
Boston Symphony Chamber Players, with soprano Dawn
Upshaw, will perform music by Rossini, Golijov and Dvorák.
Aug. 19 (8:30 PM): Christian Tetzlaff, violin, will
present an all-Brahms program. Aug. 20 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Emmanuel Krivine will conduct the BSO, with
pianist Lars Vogt, in works by Mendelssohn, Beethoven
and Schumann. Aug. 21 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, with
Christian Tetzlaff, violin, will present an all-Brahms
program. Aug. 22 (2:30 PM, Shed): TMC Orchestra,
with pianist Garrick Ohlsson and conductor James
DePriest, will perform music by Beethoven and Mahler.
Aug. 23 (8:30 PM, Shed): Boston Pops Orchestra, with
conductor Keith Lockhart and vocalist Kristin
Chenoweth, will present an evening of Broadway’s best.
Aug. 25 (8:30 PM): Pianists Martha Argerich and Alexander
Gurning will perform works by Prokofiev. Aug. 27 (8:30
PM, Shed): BSO with pianist Martha Argerich
and conductor Charles Dutoit will perform works by
Mozart, Ravel, Stravinsky and Poulenc. Aug. 28 (8:30 PM,
Shed): BSO with violinist Itzhak Perlman and
conductor Charles Dutoit will perform works by Beethoven,
Stravinsky and Ravel. Aug. 29 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO
will perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9
Chamber Music Series
and Francine Clark Art Institute, South Street, Williamstown,
Mass., (413) 458-2303. Performances are at 8 PM.
3: Belmont Trio. Aug. 10: Elements Quartet.
Aug. 17: Gryphon Trio. Aug. 24: Borromeo String
Varone and Dancers
residency at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, 580-5595.
June 26: Contemporary dance workshops for preprofessional
dancers. Evening seminars, lecture/demonstrations, master
classes, two company dance presentations, and three evenings
of exploring repertory open to the public. Call for dates
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845.
11: Doug Varone and Dancers. Aug. 10-14: the Ajkun
East Main St., Cambridge, NY, 677-2495.
10-12, 7 PM: The Legend of Skelkie. July 16-18: Dog
Days Dance Festival.
Pillow Dance Festival
Route 20 (eight miles east of Lee), Becket, Mass., (413)
243-0745. Ted Shawn Theatre performances are Wednesday-Saturday
at 8 PM; Saturday-Sunday at 2 PM; additional shows where
noted. Doris Duke Studio Theatre performances are Thursday-Saturday
at 8:15 PM, Saturday at 2:15 PM and Sunday at 5 PM.
Shawn Theatre—June 23-27: Grupo Corpo. June 30-July
4: Paul Taylor Dance Company. July 7-11: CND2:
Dances by Nacho Duato. July 14-18: Lar Lubovitch
Dance Company. July 21-25: Les Grands Ballets Canadiens
de Montréal. July 28-Aug.1: Batsheva Dance Company
(American premiere). Aug.4-8: Peter Boal and Company.
Aug. 10-15: Mark Morris Dance Group. Aug. 18-22:
Shen Wei Dance Arts. Aug. 25-29: Boston Ballet.
Duke Studio Theatre— June 24-27: Dance Movies. July
1-4: ZviDance. July 8-11: New Danish Dance Theater.
July 15-18: Paradigm. July 22-25: Lakshmi Vishwanathan
Dancers and Musicians. July 29-Aug. 1: Robert Moses’
Kin. Aug. 5-8: Jazz on Jazz (with live music).
Aug. 12-15: Black Grace. Aug. 19-22: 33 Fainting
Spells. Aug. 26-29: Seán Curran Company (world
premiere with live music).
York City Ballet
Performing Arts Center, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 587-3330.
New York City Ballet is in residence July 6-24. Performances
are at 8:15 PM Tuesday-Saturday, with 2 PM matinees on Thursdays
6, 8:15 PM: Circus Polka, Stravinsky Violin
Concerto, Apollo, Cortège Hongrois. July 7, 8:15
PM: Mozartiana, Agon, Tschaikovsky Suite No.
3. July 8, 2 PM: Morzartiana, Stravinsky
Violin Concerto, Cortège Hongrois;
8:15 PM: Apollo, Agon, Tschaikovsky
Suite No. 3. July 9, 8:15 PM: Divertimento
No.15, the Four Temperaments, the Four
Seasons. July 10: 2 PM: Circus Polka, Zakouski,
Agon, Cortège Hongrois; 8:15 PM: Apollo, Monumentum
pro Gesualdo, Movements for Piano and Orchestra,
Zakouski, Tschaikovsky Suite
No. 3. July 13, 8:15 PM: Divertimento No.
15, New Wheeldon Ballet, the Four Seasons. July
16, 8:15 PM: Jewels. July 15: 2 PM: the
Four Temperaments, New Wheeldon Ballet, the Four Seasons.
8:15 PM: Jewels. July 16, 8:15 PM: Momentum
pro Gesualdo, Zakouski, Mozartiana, Stravinsky
Violin Concerto. July 17, 2 PM: Jewels.
8:15 PM: (Saratoga Gala: Balanchine 100) the Four
Temperaments, Barber Violin Concerto, New
Eifman ballet, Tschaikovsky. July
20, 8:15 PM: Who Cares?, I’m
Old Fashioned, New Martins ballet. July 21,
8:15 PM: Divertimento No. 15,Interplay, New
Eifman ballet . July 26, 2 PM: Interplay,
Fancy Free, Stars and Stripes. 8:15 PM: Who
Cares?, I’m Old Fashioned, New
70 Kemble St., Lenox, MA, (413) 637-1199 ext. 110
June 18- Sept. 5, 6:45 PM: Preludes (most nights
before the show).
Pub and Brewery
Canada St., Lake George, 668-0002.
Rick Bolton and the Dwyer Sisters. 6/11: Mikki
Bakken. 6/12: Tom and Andy. 6/18: Phil Henry.
6/19: Gary Moon. 6/25: Donna Britton, Bobby
Hogan. 6/26: Jason Loiacano.
River St., Troy, 272-9740.
Sun Mountain Fiddler. 6/19: Brand New Opry.
6/20: Dale Watson.
Saratoga Road, Glenville, 384-1568.
Chuck E. Beaver. 6/11: Crazy Head Mazie. 6/12:
Bipolar. 6/17: Mitch Frasier. 6/18: Rhythm
Method. 6/19: David Smith, Bad Karma.
6/24: Ten Year Vamp. 6/25: Jocamo. 6/26: Bicycle
N. Pearl St., Albany, 426-8550.
Ten Year Vamp, Yellow Dog. 6/12: George
Boone Band. 6/17: Red Rum. 6/18: Devilish
Minds. 6/18: Chris Dukes. 6/19: Chris Busone
Band. 6/25: Bicycle Mary. 6/25: Chuck E. Beaver.
6/26: Stickmen Play.
Phila St., Saratoga Springs, 583-0222.
Bill Morrissey. 6/13: Jack DuMez. 6/16: Fred
Eaglesmith. 6/18: Ray Bonneville. 6/19: Danny
Garcia. 6/20: Willie the Moak & Friends.
6/25: Spiral Music. 6/26: Professor Louie and
the Crowmatix. 6/27: Alex DeGrassi.
King St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK.
The Indigo Girls, Cordero. 6/26: Aimee Mann, Paul
Bryan. 7/23: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jim Lauderdale.
7/31: Natalie Merchant, Yungchen Lhamo. 8/8: Lucinda
Williams, Jim White.
9, Latham, 785-1834.
Bruce Kean. 6/18-19: Azzaam Hameed. 6/25-26:
Main St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-6308
Dr. Tim Ward presents Relax. 6/11: Rosie Ledet
& the Zydeco Playboys. 6/12: Topaz. 6/13:
John Hammond. 6/16: Mungo Jerry. 6/17: Fred
Eaglesmith. 6/18: C.J. Chenier & the Red Hot
Louisiana Band. 6/19: the Mercy Brothers. 6/20:
5 Alone. 6/21: the Hunger Mountain Boys. 6/24:
the Jeremy Baum Trio. 6/25: Sophie B. Hawkins.
6/26: Rory Block. 6/27: Big Apple’achia featuring
Jim and Jennie and the Pine Tops. 7/3: the Lonesome
Brothers. 7/6: Burning Spear. 7/8: Michael
Gregory. 7/15: the Michael Gordon Band. 7/16:
Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas. 8/7: Ollabelle.
8/15: Nellie McKay. 8/18: Dan Hicks and His Hot
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845.
Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson, Slaid Cleaves. 6/20:
Rickie Lee Jones. 7/16: the Robert Cray Band.
7/17: Jerry Jeff Walker. 7/23: the Robert Cray
Band. 8/13: John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers.
Horse Music Hall
Center St., Northampton, Mass., (413) 584-0610.
Kaki King, Christian Hine. 6/11: Duke Robillard,
Mark Nomad; Benevento-Russo Duo, the 5th
Pocket. 6/12: Brooks Williams, Jeremy Wallace;
Plum Crazy. 6/13: Joe Sallins. 6/15: Jacqueline
Schwab. 6/16: Juke Joint Jam (blues open mic). 6/17:
Toshi Reagon, Pamela Means; Valley Sounds
Showcase presents School for the Dead, the Winterpills,
Bourgeois Heroes. 6/18: Vinicius Cantuaria. 6/19:
Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, Ray Bonneville;
Jesse Malin, Squad Five-O. 6/20: Jonathan Edwards,
Lisa McCormack. 6/22: Culture featuring Joseph
Hill. 6/23: C.J. Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana
Band. 6/24: Jem; John Vanderslice, Spouse.
6/25: Cass McCombs, Red Door Exchange. 6/26: the
Stone Coyotes; Richard Buckner, Dave Houghton of
Fancy Trash. 6/27: Luka Bloom, Alyanya. 6/29:
Southern Culture on the Skids, Drunk Stuntmen. 7/9:
Mem Shannon and the Membership. 7/10: Mamadou;
Strangefolk, Bathtub Mary. 7/13: Nathan and the Zydeco
Cha Chas. 7/15-16: Jerry Jeff Walker. 7/17: Johnny
A; Drunk in July farewell show. 7/21: Tommy
Castro. 7/22: Little Charlie and the Nightcats.
7/24: Kudzu. 7/25-26: Bruce Cockburn. 7/27:
Wolfstone. 7/28: Assembly. 7/29: Roots
of Creation. 7/30: Tierney Sutton. 7/31: Satinwood:
the Legendary Songs of Harry Chapin and Jim Croce. 8/6:
the Persuasions. 8/9: Chip Taylor and Carrie
Rodriguez. 8/14: Nellie McKay. 8/19: Addison
Groove Project, Uncle Sammy. 8/29: Kal David.
Lark St., Albany, 436-7008
Every Thursday, Adrian Cohen Trio; every Sunday night,
Brian Patneaude Quartet. 6/11: Steve Candlen,
MotherJudge, Brian Bassett. 6/13: Cary
Dinigress. 6/16: Sensemaya. 6/17: Rob Lindquist
Group. 6/18: Bryson Barnes Quartet. 6/20: Mitch
Elrod. 6/23: Mundo Nuevo. 6/25: Sensemaya.
6/27: Maria Zemantauski. 6/30: Sensemaya.
7/9: John Brodeur, Ed Gorch.
Lark St., Albany, 463-5225.
Every Wednesday night, piano bar with Nate Buccieri;
every Thursday night, open mic with Mike Iwanos.
Madison Ave., Albany, 463-9779.
knotworking. 6/12: the Day Jobs, Army of
Jasons. 6/18: Mark Jones Band. 6/19: Blues
Noir CD Release Party. 6/25: Amy Speace, Earl
Patrick, Bryan Thomas. 6/26: The Sifters.
7/2: Thick. 7/3: Super 400. 7/9: Folding
Sky. 7/16: Mojo Lightning. 7/17: Crawdad.
7/22: New School Navigators. 7/23: Bathtub Mary.
7/24: Gay Tastee, Brent Gorton, Anaconda.
7/31: Daniel Cartier, Niki Lee, Sean
Rowe. 8/20: No Outlet. 8/21: Super 400.
8/27: Dr. Jah.
MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Mass., (413) 662-2111.
Retro Pop Dance Party with Les Sans Culottes. 7/17:
Bang on a Can All-Stars featuring Burmese
master percussionist Kyaw Kyaw Naing. 7/24: Bang
on a Can Marathon with Terry Riley. 8/7: Little
Havana Dance Party with DJ LeSpam & the Spam Allstars.
8/21: Martha Wainwright. 8/27: Reverend Billy
and the Stop Shopping Choir.
Lunch Bar and Grille
Curry Road, Capitol Plaza, Rotterdam, 355-7777.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, DJ Grim
from 102.3 KISS FM. 7/17: Block Party.
Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs, 583-CLUB.
Camille Morin Quartet. 6/12: Mike Wicks Sextet.
6/18: Joe Barna Quintet. 6/19: Keith Pray Quintet.
6/25: Jon LeRoy Quintet. 6/26: Mark Capon Quartet.
7/2: Joe Barna Quartet. 7/3: Marcus Benoit Quintet.
7/9: Mulligan Stew. 7/10: E.W. Quartet. 7/17:
Sensemaya. 7/23: Rob Cenci Quartet. 7/24:
Jon LeRoy Trio. 7/30: Joe Barna Quartet.
7/31: Terry Gordon Quintet.
Country Commons, Route 146, Clifton Park, 371-0012.
Breaking Benjamin, Idols Never Die, Chloroform Dream,
Horse in a Box. 6/12: Smile Empty Soul, Moments in
Grace, Steriogram. 6/15: Johnny Lang, Ari Hest.
6/17: Motograter, 40 Below Summer, All that Remain, Bad
Acid Trip, Brick by Brick. 6/19: PYX 106 presents
Jim Breuer, hosted by Bob Wolf. 6/26: Jordan
Knight, Jerry Reid, Greg Rapozo of Dreamstreet, Katrina
Marie. 7/1: Too Close to Fall, Pleasure to Burn,
Forever Adrift, A Sense of Belonging, Eye 90. 7/9:
Galactic. 7/16: Dokken, Doc Savage. 7/30: Sebastian
Bach, Hypnotica, Mike Campese Band,
Untamed. 7/31: Release, Tripsonic,
Kiss Kiss, Acoustic Trauma. 8/6: Wasp,
Joey Belladonna, Fear of Flying, Blasé
Debris. 8/8: Lennon.
Clinton Ave., Albany, 465-4663.
Hootie and the Blowfish. 6/24: the Temptations,
the Four Tops.6/27: George Thorogood,
Dickey Betts. 7/18: Patti LaBelle. 8/8: Randy
Travis. 8/29: Michael Feinstein, Jim Brickman.
8/31: Travis Tritt.
Pearl St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK.
Jonathan Richman, Tommy Larkins. 6/13: Breaking
Benjamin, Base 2, Under Falling Skies.
6/15: Smile Empty Soul, Moments in Grace,
Steriogram. 6/17: Burning Spear, Inner
Visions. 6/18: the Skeptics CD release party,
In Pieces, Overdale, No Intention,
the Smokey Wambas. 6/19: Fight Night with Sinaesthesia,
El Negro Machete, the Miles Fair, Lucky
Cadera, Acclivity, Bottle Cap Bandits,
Probates. 6/25: Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers,
Antigone Rising, Rich Price. 6/26: Splitshift,
Rice, Counter Effect, Nardus, Sundown.
6/26: Angelique Kidjo. 6/27: the Jon Spencer Blues
Explosion. 8/12: Dickey Betts and Great Southern.
S. Pearl St., Albany, 487-2000.
Simon and Garfunkel, the Everly Brothers.
6/23: Eric Clapton. 6/26: Van Halen. 7/23:
Bon Jovi. 8/8: Clay Aiken. 8/12: Kenny
Chesney, Uncle Kracker, Rascal Flatts.
State St., Schenectady, 346-6204.
River St., Troy, 273-2337.
Mooncat, Ryan Montbleau. 6/12: Omar and
the Howlers. 6/18: Lunasa. 7/9: Lo Faber,
Raisinhead. 7/14: Dave Alvin and the Guilty Men,
No Outlet. 7/30: April Verch. 7/31: Albert
Performing Arts Center
Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 476-1000.
Phish. 7/2-3: Dave Matthews Band, Nappy
Roots. 7/4: Sting and Annie Lennox. 7/18:
Carole King. 7/28: Josh Groban. 8/1: the
Dead. 8/8: John Mayer, Maroon 5, DJ Logic. 8/9:
Rush. 8/17: Deep Purple, Joe Satriani, Thin Lizzy.
9, Latham, 783-1010.
Mid Night Sun, the Blind Emotion, First to Last, Kirby
Mulch, Every Thing You Ever Dreamed. 6/12: Soul Crutch,
SCUCCA, Straight Through Sanity, 147DB, the Malcon
Tent Party. 6/13: Rabbit Hole, On the Am,
the Out Come, Common Side Effects. 6/15: Iced
Earth, Beyond the Embrace. 6/16: My Chemical
Romance, Boys Night Out, Nightmare of You,
Drive By, This Time Tomorrow. 6/18: British
Steel, Queen of Spade, Untamed. 6/19:
Rise, King Size, Odeira. 6/21: Driving
East, Sarcasm, Blind Emotion, Monty’s
Fan Club, Last Week, the Last Year, Eye
90. 6/25: King Size. 6/26: Pitch Control,
Detective Kimball. 6/27: Mirage. 7/2: Catch
Fire. 7/3: Greay Star. 7/9: Know Fear,
Fire Born. 7/10: Delusional Destiny, Krushd,
S. Pearl St., Albany, 426-9647.
Rezi Townhall. 7/9: Jack’s Farm. 7/22:
Seven Hills Inn, 40 Plunkett St., Lenox, Mass., (413) 443-1138.
Bob Connors. 7/13: Jo Dolce, Robert van
Valkenburg, Thomas Stallone, Matthew Cvetic
perform Broadway favorites. 7/20: Bob Connors.
7/27: Henry Francis’ Sextet. 8/3: New Orleans Dixieland
Jazz, Bob Connors Sextet. 8/10: Bob Connors.
Mass., (413) 637-1600.
Diana Krall. 8/24: the Beach Boys.
Stone Casino & Resort
Hootie and the Blowfish. 6/16: Tom Jones.
6/17: the Doobie Brothers. 6/28: BTO. 6/19:
Terri Clark. 6/23: Cheap Trick. 6/25: Lorrie
Morgan. 6/26: Little River Band. 6/29: George
Thorogood. 7/7: School of Rock. 7/8: Pat Benatar
and Neil Giraldo. 7/9: Frank Sinatra Jr. 7/10:
“Weird Al” Yankovic. 7/15: Emerson Drive.
7/16: America. 7/18: Jimmy Sturr, Fritz’s Polka
Band. 7/20: Earth, Wind and Fire. 7/22: Chuck
Mangione. 7/23: Three Dog Night. 7/25: the
B-52s. 7/27: Alice Cooper. 7/28: Michael Bolton.
7/31: Billy Gilman.
New Scotland Ave., Albany, 432-6572.
Marlow CD release party, Brian Kaplan Band, Bryan Thomas;
the Tree Wizards, the Waz. 6/12:Waking
Ashland, A Pleasure to Burn, Horse in a Box,
Closed at Sunset; Blasé DeBris, Bomb,
Triple Duece. 6/13: River City Rebels, High
School Football Heroes, Bum Ruckus, Jump Back.
6/17: Back Door Lucy. 6/18: Stand Up Citizen,
Close to Home; the Letdowns, Grand Champeen, Empire State
Troopers. 6/19: Yellowstone Driver, Black
Jack Blades, Life on Mars; smallapplejukebox,
Suran Suran in Stag, Ashcroft SS. 6/20: the High
Socks, Kitty Little, Struction, Madeline
Ferguson. 6/24: Manikin Ed. 6/25: Great Day
For Up CD release party, eN~DOr~PHiN, the Extras;
Mike Hotter’s Strange Personalities, Small Axe,
the delMars. 6/26: the Unbelievable Meltdown,
Wide Awake; Rory Breaker, the Glow,
Slater, Hed 1st. 6/27: Plastic Jesus CD
release party, Mike Blanks, SDABS, the Marvels,
Operation Extermination, the Sleaze.
7/1: Clearmotive, Washington Social Club.
7/10: “2 x 4” featuring the Malarkies, the Burdens
the Kissups, Five Alpha Beatdown. 7/12: Anne
Heaton and Frank Marotta Jr., Teddy Goldstein,
Edie Case. 7/16: the Chemystry Set. 7/18:
Dada. 7/19: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. 7/21:
the Mooney Suzuki. 7/22: the Quitters.
7/29: Dash Rip Rock. 8/6: “Figure 8: A Tribute to
Van Dyck Restaurant & Brewery
New Scotland Ave., Albany, 381-1111.
Mitch Kessler with the Joe Barna Trio. 6/17: John
Scofield Trio. 6/18: Eve of New Music. 6/19:
Chuck D’Aloia Trio. 6/23: Mac Ave All Stars.
6/25: Stickmen Play. 6/26: Erin Harkes Band.
6/30: Mitch Kessler Trio. 7/2: Dead Lettuce.
7/3: Bourgeois Heroes. 7/7: Mitch Kessler with
the Joe Barna Trio. 7/9: Furley. 7/17: Evenstar.
8/6: Dead Lettuce. 8/13: Maria Muldaur.
Performing Arts Studio
Central Ave., Albany, 465-5233 ext. 4
Laurel Massé. 7/9: Llan de Cubel. 7/16: Enter
the Haggis. 7/17: Jim Capaldi.
Falls Civic Center, 1 Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls, 798-0202.
Slipknot, Hatebreed, Slayer, Superjoint
Ritual, Agnostic Front, Killswitch
Engage, Candiria, Shadows Fall, Skinless,
Converge, Sick of it All and more.
Ridge Folk Festival
Hill Farm, Route 23, Hillsdale, (860) 364-0366.
Airdance, Aoife O’Donovan and Crooked Still, Annie Wenz,
Beth Molaro, Big Bandemonium, Black Creek, Brave Combo,
Charivari, Carla Ulbrich, Culver Griffin & Country Spice,
David Bromberg Quintet, Debbie Davies Band, disappear fear,
Eddie From Ohio, Eliza Gilkyson, Ellis Paul, Erin McKeown,
George Wurzbach, Girlyman, Greg Brown, Hoopoe the Clowne,
Inner Visions, Jake Armerding, Jeffrey Foucault, Jim Christensen
& Madeline Ryan, John Gorka, Kathryn Wedderburn, Kathy
Anderson, Lowen & Navarro, Lucy Kaplansky, Mark Erelli
Band, Nerissa and Katrina Nields, Patti O’Brien Melita,
Paul Rosenburg, Ralph Sweet, Raz-de-Mare’e, Reckless Abandon,
Richard Shindell, Richie Havens, Roger the Jester, Sloan
Wainwright Band, Snake Oil Medicine Show, Steve Forbert,
Terence Martin, the Falcon Ridge House Band, the
Ivy Vine Players, the Spurs, the Storycrafters, the
Walker Family Band, the Zucchini Brothers, Tracy
Grammer, Vance Gilbert.
Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga
Springs, 587-3300 (SPAC) or 476-1000 (Ticketmaster).
Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland
and Brian Blade, Boney James, the Gap
Band, Dianne Reeves, Bela Fleck and The Flecktones,
Peter Cincotti, Femi Kuti & The Positive Force,
the Greg Osby Four, Doug Wamble; Gazebo: Raul
Midon, Robert Glasper Trio, Sarah Morrow
Quintet, Doug Wamble, and the McKrells.
6/27—Amphitheater: George Benson, Dave Koz &
Friends featuring Rick Braun, Jonathan Butler
& Wayman Tisdale, Youssou N’Dour, Branford
Marsalis Quartet, Joe Lovano with Hank Jones,
George Mraz & Paul Motian, Poncho Sanchez
Latin Jazz Band, Rebecca Parris & Her Trio,
Jeremy Pelt Quartet; Gazebo: Kenny Werner Trio,
Leni Stern Band, Loston Harris, Jeremy
Pelt Quartet, and Miguel Zenon.
of the Vibes
Lookout Country Club, Mariaville, (800) VIBE-TIX.
the Zen Tricksters, Strangefolk, Dark Star
Orchestra, Assembly of Dust, Scarecrow Collection,
Michael DiMartino, Bomb Squad, Martin Sexton,
the Assembly of Dust, Steve Kimock Band, Masters
of Funk Session (featuring Deep Banana Blackout,
Ray Davis, Fuzzy Haskins, George Porter,
Jr., Melvin Sparks, Grady Thomas, Rob
Wasserman, Fred Wesley, Melvin Seals,
Brian Stoltz), U-Melt, Psychedelic
Breakfast, Rafter Bats, the Slip, the
Fox Bluegrass Festival
Farm, Ancramdale, (888) 946-8495.
Earl Scruggs with Friends and Family, Ricky Skaggs
& Kentucky Thunder, Del McCoury Band, Tim
O’Brien Band, Leftover Salmon, Natalie MacMaster,
Country Current, Acoustic Hot Tuna, the Waybacks,
Railroad Earth, Kruger Brothers, the Gibson
Brothers, the Wayfaring Strangers, Robin &
Linda Williams, James King Band, Malibu
Storm, King Wilkie, the Wilders, Adrienne
Young & Little Sadie, Danny Barnes,
New England Bluegrass Band, Adam Dewey & Crazy
Songs Festival of Traditional Music & Dance
Fairgrounds, Route 146, Altamont, 765-2815.
George Ward, Lisa Moscatiello & Rosie Shipley,
Bretons & Co., Bob Bovee & Gail Heil,
Archie Edwards’ Barbershop, Michael Cooney,
Margot Leverett & the Klezmer Mtn Boys, Priscilla
Herdman. 6/26: Dave Webber & Anni Fentiman,
Big Trout Radio, Sparky & Rhonda Rucker,
Phoenix, Footworks, Pat Humphries &
Sandi Opatow, John Doyle & John Williams,
Bruce Molsky. 6/27: Earl White, Twankydillo,
Kimbal, Collins, Canning & Bolt, Pete
& Heather Heywood, Mike Agranoff,
Annie & the Hedonists.
at Five Concert Series
Park, Broadway (rain location: Corning Preserve Boat Launch),
Albany, 434-2032, www.albanyevents.org.
the Derek Trucks Band, Super 400. 6/17: the
Burners UK, Ernie Williams and the Wildcats.
6/24: the Gregg Rolie Band, the Pipe Kings.
7/1: Tarbox Ramblers, Coal Palace Kings. 7/15:
Leahy, Skuttlebutt. 7/22: Roomful of Blues,
Joe Bonamassa. 7/29: the Neville Brothers,
Entrain. 8/5: Wolfstone, Hair of the Dog.
Park Concert Series
Macdonald Music Haven, Central Park, Schenectady, 382-0447.
the New Nile Orchestra. 7/18: Fear of Strangers,
Blotto, Begonia. 7/25: Brave Combo.
8/1: Maura O’Connell. 8/8: Anders Osborne.
8/15: Plena Libre.
Park, Troy, 273-0834.
the Lustre Kings. 7/18: Joey Thomas Big Band.
7/25: Mambo Kikongo. 8/1: Le Vent du Nord.
8/8: MotherJudge and the Urban Holiness Society.
8/15: Maria Zemantauski with Alegria. 8/22: Aged
in the Hills. 8/29: Take Me to the River VI,
a Blues Celebration.
at the Plaza
State Plaza, Albany, 473-0559.
Jefferson Starship. 7/9-10: Bluesfest. 7/14:
Fountains of Wayne, the Suggestions. 7/21: Chuck
Mangione. 7/23: the Prodigals, Solas,
Flynn. 8/4: Christopher Cross, Karla Bonoff.
8/11: Eddy Clearwater and Los Straitjackets,
Crawdad, Buck 2 Fifty. 8/14: Casey-J,
Harold Melvin’s Bluenotes, Mamdou Diabate
Park (next to Jumpin’ Jacks), Scotia, 370-0662.
Charlie Smith. 6/16: Hair of the Dog. 6/19:
Jimmy and the Pop Tops, GTOs. 6/20: the Nobby
Reed Project. 6/23: Burners UK. 6/26: Ernie
Williams. 6/27: New Day. 6/30: Doc
Spring’s Rehabilitated Dixieland Jazz Band. 7/2: Deja
Blue. 7/7: Captain Squeeze and the Zydeco Moshers.
7/10: Wylders. 7/14: Martha Gallagher. 7/17:
Donna P and the Polka Celebration. 7/21: the
McKrells. 7/24: Cryin’ Out Loud. 7/28: the
Joey Thomas Big Band. 8/31: the Alan Payette Band.
8/4: the Refrigerators. 8/7: Alex Torres and the
Latin Kings. 8/11: Maria Zemantauski and friends.
8/18: Grand Central Station. 8/21: Sweet
Cider. 8/25: Doc Scanlon’s Rhythm Boys.
Performing Arts Center
Park, Guilderland, 356-1980.
Terance Simien and the Zydeco Experience. 6/24: Girl
Howdy. 7/1: Guilderland Town Band. 7/8: Jay
Unger and Molly Mason. 7/22: Guilderland Town Band.
7/29: Joajoby. 8/5: the Nields. 8/12: Guilderland
Town Band. 8/19: Albert Cummings. 8/26: the Joey
Street, Schenectady, 382-3884 ext. 14.
Adrian Cohen Trio. 6/10: Dino Cimino Quartet.
6/17: Mike Wicks Quartet. 6/24: Dave Payette Trio.
7/1: Cliff Brucker Quartet. 7/8: Art Isenberg
Quartet. 7/15: Nat Phipps Trio. 7/22: Peg
Delaney Trio. 7/29: Brian Patneaude Quartet.
8/5: Paul Mastriani Trio. 8/12: Rob Aronstein
Trio. 8/19: Sensemaya. 8/26: Jack Fragomeni.
Park Concert Series
Park Lakehouse, Albany, 382-0447.
Burning Spear. 7/19: Bembeya Jazz. 7/26: Cathy
Ryan. 8/2: Los Lobos. 8/9: the Radiators.
8/16: Suzanne Vega, Melissa Ferrick.
Performing Arts Center, Sheffield, Mass., (413) 528-8888,
unless otherwise noted. Main Stage performances: 7 PM Tuesday,
8 PM Wednesday-Saturday, 5 PM Sunday; 2 PM matinee Friday.
Stage II performances: 7:30 PM Wednesday-Sunday. Youth Theatre
performances: 7 PM Wednesday-Saturday, 2PM Friday-Sunday.
Stage—June 24-July 17: Sweet Charity.
July 22-Aug. 7: The God Commitee.
Aug. 12-28: Cyrano de Bergerac.
Stage II—July 8-Aug. 8: The 25th Annual Putnam
County Spelling Bee. Aug. 5-15: Thief
Theatre Production—July 14-Aug. 8 (Sheffield, CPAC),
July 28-Aug. 8 (First Baptist Church, Pittsfield): Wizard
Street, Stockbridge, Mass., (413) 298-5576. Call for performance
Stage—June 23-July 10:Blues for an Alabama Sky.
July 14-24: Heartbreak House. July 28-Aug.
14:The Miracle Worker. Aug. 18-Sept.
4: The Misanthrope.
Unicorn Theatre—June 10-July 3: Floyd Collins.
July 8-July 31: Siddhartha. Aug. 5-21:
Eugene’s Home. Aug. 25-Sept. 4: It Goes
for Young Audiences
(Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield)—June 30-July 17: Robin Hood.
performances take place at 70 Kemble St., Lenox, Mass.,
(413) 637-1199. Call for performance times.
Theatre—June 18-Aug. 29: As You Like It.
Aug. 4-Sept. 2: The Comedy of Errors.
Lawn Theatre—July 2: Lettice and Lovage. July
8-Sept. 25: Full Gallop. Sept. 24-Oct.
24: Vita & Virginia.
Events: June 18-Sept. 5: Free Outdoor Bankside Festival:
Preludes (before most Founders’ performances);
July 8-Aug. 29: Romeo and Juliet (Thu,
5:30 PM; Sun, 12:30 and 5:30 PM); July 7-Aug. 28: Shakespeare
and the Language That Shaped a World (Wed,
5:30 PM; Sat, 12:30 PM and 5:30 PM).
Mass. Ticket orders: (413) 597-3400; 24-hour information
line: (413) 597-3399. Call for performance times.
Stage—June 24-July 10: Cabaret & Main.
July 14-25: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. July
28-Aug. 8: Design for Living. Aug. 11-22:
The Cherry Orchard. Aug. 28: 50th Anniversary
Stage—July 23-July 4: The Water’s Edge. July
7-18: Rodney’s Wife. July 21-Aug. 1:
R Shomon. Aug. 11-22: Dedication or the
Stuff of Dreams..
School Field—Aug. 5-14: Haroun and the Sea of Stories.
R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls, 798-7479. Call for performance
17-19: Elaine Strich at Liberty. June 23-July
3: Boston Marriage. July 7-17: Stones
in His Pockets. July 21-31: Mimi Le
Duck. July 26-27: Coast to Coast: On
the Road Home.
N. Pearl St., Albany, 462-4531. Performances 7:30 PM Tuesday-Thursday;
8 PM Friday; 4 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 2:30 PM Sunday.
July 9-Aug. 8: Ain’t Misbehavin’.
Old Loudon Road, Latham, 877-PLAY (7529). Performances 8
PM Wednesday-Saturday; 2 PM Sunday.
9-Aug. 14: Bench in the Sun.
203, Chatham, 392-9292. Call for performance times.
10-20: Pirates of Penzance. June 24-July
4: Gypsy. July 8-18: Swing!
July 22-25: TBA. July 29-Aug. 8: Showboat.
Aug. 12-22: Barnum. Aug. 26-Sept. 5: The
King and I.
Park Amphitheater, Albany, 434-0776. Performances 8 PM Thursday-Sunday.
Park Playhouse II performances at 5:30 PM Thursday-Sunday.
6-Aug. 15: Fiddler on the Roof. July
20-Aug. 15:Into the Woods, Junior. (Park
Springs Congress Park, Saratoga, 884-4947. Performances
20-31: Romeo and Juliet.
Cross St., Hudson, 822-9667. Call for performance times.
4-22: Play by Play.
20, New Lebanon, 794-8989. Performances 8 PM Thursday-Friday;
5 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 2 and 7 PM Sunday.
18-27: Art. July 1-11: Honky Tonk Angels.
July 15-25: The Unexpected Guest. July
29-Aug. 8: Beguiled Again. Aug. 12-22:
Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?
Aug. 26-Sept. 5: Cabaret.
Vt., (802) 867-5777. Performances 8 PM Tuesday-Friday; 2PM
Wednesday; 8 PM; 4 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 3 PM Sunday.
10-19: Sylvia. June 24-July 17: The
Mousetrap. July 22-Aug. 7: Mass Appeal.
Aug. 12-Sept. 4: Relatively Speaking.
Center for the Arts, Route 9 and Gypsy Lane, Bennington,
Vt., (802) 447-0564. Call for performance times.
11-20: Judevine. July 9-25: The
Novelist. Aug. 6-22: I Oughta Be in
Festivals & Special Events
Schenectady Museum and Suits-Bueche Planetarium.
Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady. Cool new exhibits will
change the way you look at the science, art, technology,
and history all around you. NASA Star Tours, Voyager Encounters
(narrated by Patrick Stewart) and Star Tours for Young People
are but a few of the featured shows this summer. Museum
and planetarium admission is $6.50, $4.50 for children or
$5.50 for seniors. 382-7890.
June 11: Outdoor Rooms. The Mount, 2 Plunkett St.,
Lenox, Mass. A 20-minute garden talk exploring this design
concept from Edith Wharton’s “Italian Villas and Their Gardens”
will be given within the context of her gardens. 1 and 2
PM. (413) 637-1899.
June 12: Third Annual Washington Park Lobster Festival.
Washington Park, Albany. A variety of food items and entertainment
will be avaiable in addition to lobster and steak dinners
for purchase. www.albany rotary.org or call 867-4100.
June 13: Rest In Peace: Rural Cemetaries in Albany, Saratoga,
Schenectady and Troy. Explore examples of the romantic
19th century rural cemetary movement. 434-0405.
June 16: JUNETEENTH Arts Festival. Proctor’s Theater,
432 State St., Schenectady. Celebrate the ending of slavery
at an event featuring art, vendors, entertainment and raffles.
There will be a Reparations panel. 1-6 PM. $3 per person
or $5 per family. 346-1262.
June 18-20: Fourteenth Annual No-Octane Regatta for Wooden
Boats. Adirondack Museum, Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake.
Canoe races, boating vendors, workshops, a lecture, munchies
and concerts at this annual event. Activities for kids,
including toy-boat building workshop. www.adirondackmuseum.org
June 19-Sept. 5: Yaddo Gardens Tours. Union Avenue,
Saratoga Springs. Experience the grounds and architecture
of this famous artists’ retreat firsthand. Tours are on
Saturdays and Sundays at 11 AM and Tuesdays during racing
season at 11 AM, $3 donation requested. 584-0746.
June 20: Antiques Festival. Luykas Van Alen House,
Route 9H, Kinderhook. Featuring more than 60 dealers showcasing
their wares. $5. 10 AM-4 PM. 758-9265.
June 25-27: 24th Annual Old Songs Festival of
Traditional Music and Dance. Altamont Fairgrounds, Altamont.
Featuring various musicians and dance troupes from around
the world. Evening concerts, participatory dances, classes,
family activities, storytelling and all kinds of food offerings
round out the annual music and dance celebration. Festival
begins Fri 7 PM (classes from 3-5 PM), continuing Sat-Sun.
www.oldsongs.org or 765-2815.
June 25-27: 7th Annual Cappiello Festa Italiana.
Central Park, Schenectady. Music, dance, food, exhibits
of Italian cultural interest, and hands-on activities related
to Italian traditions. Fri 4-10 PM, Sat noon to 10 PM, Sun
noon to 8 PM. Free.
June 26: Twelth Annual Bavarian Summerfest. Riedlbauer’s
Resort, Round Top. This annual festival features Bavarian
bands, German folk dancing, cow bell ringing and alps horns
aplenty. Also, food, beverage and craft vendors throughout.
$7 (free on Sun), children under 12 free. 622-9584.
June 26-27: Round Lake Antique Show. Village of Round
Lake. Free admission. 9 AM-5 PM.
June 26-27: Lake George Summerfest. Shepard Park,
Canada Street, Lake George. Festival includes arts and crafts
show as well as live musical entertainment each day. 10
AM-6 PM both days. Craft show on Sat-Sun 10 AM-dusk. Free.
June 28-July 26: Camp Saratoga Fun Run. Camp Saratoga,
Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park, Scout Road, Wilton. A
series of 5k races to be held throughout the summer. $3,
with all proceeds to benefit the Wilton Wildlife Preserve
and Park. 584-3488.
July-August: The Lure and Legend of Saratoga Springs.
Guided walking tours of historic Saratoga Springs led by
guides from the Saratoga Springs Visitors Center. Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays. Tours begin at 10:30 AM. $2. 587-3241.
July 2-4: The Berkshire’s Summer Art Festival. Ski
Butternut, Great Barrington, Mass. 200 world class art exhibits,
demonstrations, gourmet foods and live entertainment. $9,
$8 seniors, $5 students, children under 10 free. Weekend
pass $12. 10 AM-6 PM Fri.-Sat.; 10 AM-5:30 PM Sun. (800)
July 3-Aug 15: Sterling Renaissance Festival. Sterling.
It’s classic, yet naughty, with more romance than Valentine’s
Day, more costumes than Halloween and all the rowdiness
of Mardi Gras. Also features many award-winning artisans,
Elizabethan fare, theater and music. Saturdays and Sundays,
rain or shine. Adults $20, children 6 to 12 $7, children
under 5 free. Season pass $100. www.Sterling Festival.com
or (800) 879-4446.
July 3: 16th Annual Vermont State Chili Cookoff and Salsa,
Too! Mount Snow, Vt. More than 30 chili cooks show off
their best stuff, featuring some of the region’s tastiest
chilis and salsas. Activities include tasting, live music
and dancing and games, as well as judging and awards. $14,
$9 children, 5 and under free. (800) 245-SNOW.
July 4: 4th of July Parade. Pittsfield, Mass. America’s
Home Town Parade begins at 10 AM.
July 4: Wilmington Fourth of July Fireworks. Wilmington,
Vt. Festivities begin at 6 PM, fireworks at 9:15 PM. Rain
date July 5. (802) 464-8092.
July 4: Wardsboro 55th Annual Parade and Street Fair.
Wardsboro, Vt. This old-fashioned celebration features bands,
floats, clowns, antique cars, crafts and refreshments. Begins
at 9 AM. (802) 464-8092.
July 4: Price Chopper Fabulous Fourth Festivities.
Empire State Plaza, Albany. Food, crafts, entertainment
and fireworks display. Free. 4-10 PM. 473-0559.
July 4: July 4 Celebration. Clifton Common, Vischer
Ferry Road, Clifton Park. Arts and crafts, sporting events,
entertainment, displays and music. Parade begins at noon.
Fireworks in the evening. Festivities conclude after the
July 4: An Old-Fashioned Family Fourth of July. Clermont
State Historic Site, 1 Clermont Ave. (Route 6), Germantown.
Fife and drum corps, magician and puppet show, musical entertainment,
colonial games and crafts, all followed by a band competition.
Noon-8 PM. $5 per vehicle. 537-4240.
July 4: Strawberry Shortcake Breakfast and Flag-Making
Festival. Shaker Museum, Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham.
Face painting, live music, children’s parade, tours of the
museum and a reading of the Declaration of Independence
are all part of the festivities. 9 AM-noon. $6, $4 kids
12 and under. Price includes museum admission. 794-9100
July 4: Family Festival. Columbia County Fairgrounds,
Route 66, Chatham. Fireworks, musical entertainment, skateboard
half-pipe demonstrations, climbing wall, amusement and pony
rides, and lots of food. 3-11 PM. $15 per carload, free
July 4: Fireworks. Irish Cultural & Sports Centre,
East Durham. Enjoy a small town Fourth of July celebration
at the festival grounds. (800) 434-FEST.
July 7-11: New England Motel Antiques Market. Brimfield,
Mass. One of the largest antique shows in the Northeast.
Opens 6 AM Wednesday. Admission $5 opening day only; centrally
located parking $5. (508) 347-2179; campsites by reservation
at (413) 245-3348.
July 10: Art in the Park. Congress Park, Saratoga
Springs. Art and entertainment will take place at this outdoor
visual-art show and sale. 10 AM-4 PM. 584-4132.
July 10: Athens Street Festival. Riverfront Park
and Second Street, Athens. All-day festival at 10 AM-dark.
Features live entertainment, an antique car show, food,
crafters, vendors, children’s rides and games in the park,
boat rides on the Hudson River. Topped off with fireworks
at dusk (rain date: July 11). 945-1551.
July 10-11: Calico Dancers Good Time Pow Wow. Harry
J. Betar Jr. Memorial Recreational Park (formerly Moreau
Recreation Park), Route 32, South Glens Falls. Festival
highlights include dancing, Native American crafts and supplies,
food vendors and more. Dancing from 1-10 PM each day and
vendors will be present all day. Free admission. 793-1693.
July 10-11, 17-18: The Original German Alps Festival.
Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant, County
Route 24, Mountain Avenue, Purling/Cairo. Assorted beers,
German, domestic, non-alcoholic too! Authentic German foods
such as German potato pancakes, funnel cakes, pig roast,
wursts and sausages, German potato salad and ice cream.
Admission $8. 622-3261.
July 10-11: Americana Artisans’ Craft Show. Hancock
Shaker Village, Pittsfield, Mass. A hundred of the country’s
most highly recognized artisans show and sell reproduction
furniture, pottery, folk art, metalware and other works
from 18th- and 19th-century life. 9:30 AM-5 PM. (413) 443-0188.
July 10-11: SolarFest: Energy Education Through the Arts.
Green Mountain College, Poultney, Vt. Roughly 25 performers
on two solar-powered stages and a number of workshops on
sustainable living and renewable energy. Weekend tickets
$35, early bird special, teen and day rates available. (802)
235-2866 or www.solarfest.org.
July 13-18: Saratoga County Fair. Saratoga County
Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. Music, food, rides, midway, animals
and cotton candy. 9 AM-midnight. $7, $3 seniors, $2 for
children 6 to 12, children under 6 free. www.saratogacountyfair.org
July 18: GE Kid’s Day. Empire State Plaza, Albany.
Clowns, face painters, pony rides, petting zoo, puppets,
magician, educational displays and hands-on art activities
at this annual event. 1-5 PM. 473-0559.
July 23: Celtic Festival. Empire State Plaza, Albany.
The Prodigals headline, with Solas and Flynn at this event
celebrating all things Celtic. 11 AM-10 PM. 473-0559.
July 31: Shaker Country Picnic and Auction. Shaker
Museum & Library, Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham. $50
includes picnic dinner. 6 PM. 794-9100.
Aug. 7-8: German Alps Festival. Hunter Mountain Ski
Bowl, Hunter. A festival rooted in Bavarian tradition, featuring
a variety of brews from around the world as well as authentic
German entertainers, expositions, craft shows and plenty
of food. $10, reduced group rate of $15. Gates open at 9
Aug. 11: I Love New York Food Festival. Empire State
Plaza, Albany. Capitol Region’s finest wineries, local breweries
and restaurantuers offer a medley of tastes to please all.
Live entertainment on three stages. 11 AM-10 PM. 473-0559.
Aug. 14: Times Union African-American Family Day.
Empire State Plaza, Albany. This annual community celebration
features musical entertainment and dance groups on two stages,
craft artisans, sports demonstrations, free children’s activities
and sensational cuisine. Noon-6 PM. 473-0559.
Aug. 14-15: International Celtic Festival. Hunter
Mountain Ski Bowl, Hunter. Over 1,000 bagpipers and drummers
gather for a two-day competition. Festivities include live
entertainment direct from the Emerald Isles. Bagpipe competition,
caber tossing, sheepherding demonstrations and more. Celtic
vendors and kids’ entertainment. $10, reduced group rate
of $15, children under 12 free. 263-4223.
Aug. 16-17: 11th Annual Stockbridge Summer Arts and Crafts
Show. On the grounds of the Berkshire Botanical Garden.
Over 65 exhibitors featuring ceramics, wood, jewelry, fine
art, leather, furiture and fiber clothing. 10 AM-5 PM on
Saturday and 10 AM-4 PM on Sunday. (413) 298-5200.
Aug. 17-22: Altamont Fair. Altamont Fairgrounds,
Route 146, Altamont. Three-county fair, free grandstand,
three-ring circus, country music, exhibits, petting zoo,
midway, contests and events. $8, $6 advanced sale, $7 seniors,
$4 kids 7-14, under 7 are free, free parking. 861-6671.
Aug. 17-22: Lake George Family Festival. Shepard
Park, Lake George. This 27th annual festival features crafts,
entertainment, games and food galore. 668-5771.
Aug. 21-22: 33rd Annual Madison-Bouckville Antiques Show.
Route 20 from Madison to Bouckville. More than 1,000 dealers
are expected for this annual antiques extravaganza. Sat
7 AM-5 PM, Sun 9 AM-5 PM. $6 for daily passes, $7 on Sat
for early admission from 7-9 AM and weekend pass. Rain or
shine. For early bird admission prices and other information,
call (315) 824-2462.
Aug. 21-22: Round Lake Arts & Crafts Festival.
9 AM-5 PM, free admission. 899-2800.
Aug 24: Art in the Park. Congress Park, Saratoga
Springs. Art and entertainment will take place at this outdoor
visual-art show and sale. 10 AM-4 PM. 584-4132.
Aug. 26-Sept.6: New York State Fair. State Fair Grounds,
off I-690, Syracuse. Festival features agricultural exhibits,
a demolition derby, midway, crafts and live entertainment.
Sept.1-6: Schaghticoke Fair. Schaghticoke Fairgrounds,
Routes 67 and 40, Schaghticoke. Enjoy rides, crafts, music
and agricultural exhibits. $7, children 13 and under free.
Wednesday is senior citizens day $4, season pass $23. $2
parking. Gates open at 10 AM. 753-4411.
Sept. 2-6: Columbia County Fair. Columbia County
Fairgrounds, Routes 66 and 203, Chatham. Live music and
dance groups performing as well as a demolition derby, harness
racing, draft horse show and midway rides. 758-1811.
Sept. 4-6: 23rd Annual Iroquois Performing
Arts Festival. Iroquois Indian Museum, Howes Cave. Dancers,
performance artists, live music as well as an archeology
tent, kids’ activities, crafts, nature walks and more. 10
AM-6 PM each day rain or shine. www.iroquoismuseum.org or
Sept. 4-5: Hunter Mountain Fair. An old-fashioned
country fair with the added pizzazz of modern demonstrations,
carnival rides, and lots of great food. Free admision. The
Skyride will be operating. 263-4223.
Sept. 4-5: Mount Snow Brewer’s Fest. Mount Snow,
Vt. The combination of great food, great music and great
beer round out this end-of-summer celebration. Sample more
than 60 of New England’s finest microbrews, handcrafted
ales, porters and stouts. (800) 245-SNOW.
Sept. 9-11: Saratoga Wine & Food Festival. Saratoga
Performing Arts Center, Saratoga. Eat, drink and be educated
about the subtleties and spirit of choice wines and companion
delectables at the international festival benefiting the
Sartoga Performing Arts Center. $60. 587-3330.
Sept. 13-ongoing: Shaker Suppers. Hancock Shaker
Village, Pittsfield, Mass. Guided, costumed tours of this
historic site followed by a four-course Shaker dinner and
ending with a period music program. 5-9 PM. Advance reservations
are recommended. $50, includes a 10-day pass to the village.
Call for dates. (413) 443-0188.
Sept. 16-19: Catskill Mountain Thunder Motorcycle Festival.
1 Sunside Road, Blackthom Resort, East Durham. Sixth annual
festival featuring guided mini-tours, charity events, seminars,
contests, bike shows, live music, a parade and carnival
fun. $10 per day, or $25 pre-registration for the weekend.
Center Farmers Market
Colvin Ave., Albany
10 AM-3 PM
Spa Farmers Market
District Regional Market (Wholesale)
(Route 32) and Route 378, Menands
6 AM-9 AM; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 5:30-8 AM
Park Farmers Market
George’s Church, Route 146 at Maxwell Drive
White and Son True Value Store parking lot
9 AM-1 PM
Area Neighborhood Farmers Market
James Church, 391 Delaware Ave., Albany
Albany Farmers Market
Building, State Street and Broadway
11 AM-2 PM
State Plaza Farmers Market
end—near Legislative Office Building, Albany
and Fridays, 11 AM-2 PM
Congregational Church Farmers Market
Quail St. (at Maple Avenue), Albany
United Methodist Church Farmers Market
Kenwood Ave., Delmar
Edward Farmers Market
Lanes Parking Lot, Route 4
10 AM-1 PM
Falls Farmers Market
Street Pavilion, downtown Glens Falls
IGA Parking Lot, Main Street
Street and Stony Creek
9 AM-1 PM
Cross Church Farmers Market
Street and Western Avenue, Albany
Spun Farmers Market
Route 113, Easton
Falls Farmers Market
Farmers Market I
1st and Columbia streets
9 AM-1 PM
Farmers Market II
1st Street, between Warren and Columbia streets
Falls Farmers Market
1161 Dix Ave.
10 AM-1 PM
Square and Green
8 AM-12:30 PM
George Farmers Market
9 across from Gaslight Village
10 AM-2 PM
Community Center, Route 9
11 AM-2 PM
Granville Farmers Market
Store parking lot, Burgoyne Avenue
Greenbush Farmers Market
Michael’s Church, William Road
Lodge, Cronin Road
10 AM-1 PM
Town Park, Main Street
10 AM-1 PM
Springs Farmers Market
Rock Park, Saratoga Springs
9 AM-1 PM; Wednesdays, 3-6 PM
Farmers Market I
9 AM-2 PM
Farmers Market II
Luke’s Church, 1241 State St.
10 AM-3 PM
Glens Falls Farmers Market
Park, Spring Street
10 AM-1 PM
Ambrose Church Farmers Market
Old Loudon Road, Latham
9 AM-1 PM
Campus Farmers Market
Office Campus, Building 8A, Albany
10:30 AM-1:30 PM
Waterfront Farmers Market
Dock and Marina, River Street
9 AM-1 PM
Cambridge Freight Yard, Washington Street, Cambridge
10 AM-2 PM
Riverfront Farmers Market
Mills Park, River Street
Boulevard (Park) at Canal Street
10 AM-1 PM