Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
28, Blue Mountain Lake, 352-7715.
July 5: Photographs by Gerry Lemmo. June 20-Aug. 11: Lasting
Impressions: A Childhood Journey. June 23-Aug. 4:
Beginnings, photographs by Ed Wyant, Jr. June
23-Aug. 14: Wanderings: Paint, Paper, Print,
works by Alice Wand. Aug. 14-Oct. 13: Visions of America,
works by Jerry Sheets. Aug. 18-Sept. 29: Vessels with
Attitude, works by Christine French. Aug. 18-Sept.
29: An Adirondack Aesthetic, works by Ellen
Adirondack Mountain Club
9N, Luzerne Road, Lake George, 668-4447.
June 30: Works by Helen Ruddock.
Albany Center Galleries
Public Library, 161 Washington Ave., Albany, 462-4775.
20-July 29: The Last Dance, works by Seana
Biondolillo. Aug. 8-Sept. 16: Works by Potty Mouth Crew.
Albany Institute of History & Art
Washington Ave., Albany, 463-4478.
Dec. 31: Common Ground: 200 Years of Washington Park.
June 15-Nov.6: Picture Perfect: Photographs of Washington
Park. June 22-Sept. 3: The Autobiography of
Arts 220 Gallery & Studio
22, Salem, 854-3406.
June 30: Works by Carolyn Abrams and Dave Francis. July
1-31: Works by Paula Krieg and Leif Johnson. Aug. 1-31:
Works by Caroline Hooke, Dave O’Keefe, and Ruth Sauer.
The Arts Center Gallery at the Saratoga County Arts Council
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-4132.
July 15: Solitary Terrain, works by Gisele
Couturier and Liz Howe.
Center for the Arts
Gypsy Lane, Vermont Route 9, Bennington, Vt., (802)
10-Dec. 12: Small Works Show. June 17-July 30: Art
of the Animal Kingdom XI. July 1-Aug. 6: Art
of the Human Spirit. Aug. 5-Sept. 10: American
Artists Abroad. Aug 5-Sept. 10: Artists for
the New Century. Aug. 12-Sept. 10: Eric Sloane retrospective.
Main Street, Bennington, Vt., (802) 447-1571.
July 16: Booming Out: Mohawk Iron Workers Build New
York. Through July 16: The Etchings of Rembrandt.
Aug. 4-Nov. 3: In Place: The Photographs of Neil Rappaport.
The Berkshire Museum
South St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 443-7171.
Oct. 20: Baseball: Art of the Game. July 8-Oct.
29: Bug Out of the Box: Contemporary Art , Science,
and History of Bugs.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-1915.
8-July 9: Works by Anne Francey, David Konigsberg, and Shawn
Snow. July 13-Aug. 13: Works by Lependorf/Shire, Trent Miller
and Deborah Zlotsky. Aug. 17-Sept. 17: Works by Sarah Berney,
Joe Wheaton and Judith Lamb.
Chapman Historical Museum
Glen St., Glens Falls, 793-2826.
Oct. 8: The Road to Lake George.
Clark Art Institute
South St., Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-9545.
Sept. 4: The Clark Brothers Collect: Impressionists
and Early Modern Paintings from the Collections of Sterling
and Stephen Clark. June 24-Sept. 17: Delacroix
and the Horse, featuring a never-before publicly
displayed work by Eugène Delacroix.
Columbia Greene Community College
Route 23, Hudson, 828-4181.
Aug. 25: Student art show.
Deborah Davis Fine Art
Warren St., Hudson, 822-1890.
June 18: Inspired by Nature, works by Connie
Fiedler and Stanley Maltzman.
Eric Carle Museum
West Bay Road, Amherst, Mass., (413) 658-1100.
June 25: Dutch Treats: Contemporary Illustrators from
The Netherlands. Through Sept. 3: Creative
Connections: The Art of Eric Carle and Leo Lionni.
Through Dec. 10: Process: From Person to Pencil to
Road, Route 80, Cooperstown, (888) 547-1499.
Oct. 31: Mysteries of the Lake: Otsego Lake . . .
Past and Present.
Fenimore Art Museum
Road, Route 80, Cooperstown, (607) 547-1400.
Sept. 4: Cooperstown Through the eyes of an Artist,
photographs by Richard S. Ducan. Through Dec. 31: Grandma
Moses: Grandmother to the Nation. Through Dec. 31:
Reveal Conceal: The Transforming Power of Masks.
Through Dec. 31: Heartbeat and Harmony: The Art of
American Indian Women. Through Dec. 31: Glories
of Their Landscape: The Hudson River School.
Fulton Street Gallery
Fulton St., Troy, 274-8464.
June 17: Tattoo: Body Art. Through June 17:
Blink, selected works from regional artists and
students of the College of Saint Rose.
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-0818.
June 24: Paintings by Jenny Nelson and Ann Scott. June 29-July
30: NYC Ballet photography by Paul Kolnik. Aug. 3-Sept.
10: Get Your Beverages Here.
Greene County Council on the Arts Catskill Gallery
Main St., Catskill, 943-3400.
June 17: Mirror Mirror. Through June 17: works
by Betty Kratzestein. June 24-Aug. 5: Superartists.
June 24-Aug. 5: works by Rosalie Frankel. Aug. 12-Sept.
30: Big Country. Aug. 12-Sept. 30: Following
Greene County Council on the Arts Mountaintop Gallery
Street, Windham, 943-3400.
17-July 30: Journeys in Clay 2006. Aug. 4-Sept.
24: Flora and Fauna.
Hamilton Hill Arts Center
Schenectady St., Schenectady, 346-1262.
July 7: JAZZart, featuring works by Larry
Jackson, James Dunlap, Ashby Stevens, and Mabel Leon.
Hudson Opera House
Warren St., Hudson, 822-1438.
17-July 15: Photography exhibition by unseenamerica.
The Hyde Collection
Warren St., Glens Falls, 792-1761.
Weston’s Pepper No. 30 (1930) at the Hyde Collection
June 30: Home and Architecture, co-presented
by the World Awareness Children’s Museum of Glens Falls.
Through July 16: Selections from the Arkell Museum at Canajoharie.
June 25-Aug. 13: Edward Weston: Life Work.
Aug. 28-Dec. 10: Facing Abstraction: Refiguring the
Body in the Twentieth Century.
Iroquois Indian Museum
Caverns Road, Howes Cave, 296-8949.
Dec. 31: Brushstrokes: A History of Iroquois Painting.
Lake George Arts Project
Gallery, Canada and Lower Amherst streets, Lake George Village,
June 16: works by Susan Abrams. July 8-Aug. 11: works by
Iona Park and Aimee Tarasek.
Gallery, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, 798-1144.
19-July 22: Summer exhibition and sculpture from Salem Art
Works. Aug. 4-Sept. 8: Invitation Textiles and Fiber Arts
Main St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-0471.
June 25: works by Steve Miller, Petula Bloomfield, and Michael
McLaughlin. June 29-July 30: Minimal and Abstract
Works. Aug. 3-Sept. 4: The Boston Ten.
MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Mass., (413) 664-4481.
June 30: Don Gummer: Early Work. Through July
30: Realms & Reveries, recent work by
Kamrooz Aram. Through Oct. 31: Amusement Park,
works by Carsten Höller. Through 12/31: Ahistoric
Occasion: Artists Making History. Through Feb. 2007:
House of Oracles: A Huang Yong Ping Retrospective.
Opening August 5: Gunnar A. Kaldewey: Artist Books
for a Global World, Four Collaborations in Depth.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-5090.
July 2: Sonya Kelliher-Combs: Secrets.
National Museum of Dance
South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-2225.
Dec. 31: Dance of the Iroquois. Through Dec.
31: Young Dancer. Through Dec. 31: Memoirs
of a Lake George Showboat Performer.
New York State Museum
State Plaza, Albany, 474-5877.
Aug. 6: Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition. Through Aug.
13: Op Art Revisited: Selections from the Albright-Knox
Art Gallery. Through Aug. 30: COM.EN.ART.
Through Sept. 10: Focus on Nature IX. Through
Dec. 31: Preserving Family History: The Heritage of
an Albany County Family. Ongoing: Rescue Recovery
Response—Phase II. Ongoing: Windows on New
The Norman Rockwell Museum
Mass., (413) 298-4100.
10-Oct. 29: Frederic Remington and the American Civil
War: A Ghost Story. Through Jan. 28, 2007: Norman
Rockwell’s 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers.
Pointe Cultural and Arts Center Gallery
Chatham St., Route 9, Kinderhook, 758-9234.
July 9: Visions from the Valley, works by
Robin Requa Guthridge and Judith Vargas Warren.
Rensselaer County Historical Society
Second St., Troy, 272-7232.
Through Sept. 30: Hold It! The Amazing, Incredible Box.
Saratoga Visitors Center
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 587-3241.
June 30: Works by Cynthia Racette.
Schenectady County Historical Society
Washington Ave., Schenectady, 372-0263.
Aug. 30: The Erie Canal in Schenectady.
Terrace Heights, Schenectady. 382-7890.
June 30: Chemical Innovation: Developing the Essentials.
June 24-July 22: Robots Rock!
SKH Gallery of Textiles and Fine Craft
Station, Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-3300.
June 27: SKH: Photography. Through 6/27. July
1-Aug. 1. Works by R.O. Blechman and Don Maynard. Aug. 5-29:
Works by Susan Rodgers and Ani Kasten.
Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, 580-5849.
July 9: Terry Winters: Sketchbook Pages and Tokyo
Smith College Museum of Art
College, Northampton, Mass., (413) 585-3587.
June 25: A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of
the Country Place Era. Through July 30: Alexander
Archipenko: Vision and Continuity.
203, Spencertown, 392-3693.
June 18: Silver & Glass: Artist & Collector.
Tang Teaching Museum and Gallery
College, 815 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-8080.
Sept. 10: And Therefore I Am. June
24-Dec. 30: Opener 11: Nina Katchadourian.
University Art Museum
at Albany, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany, 442-4035.
29-Aug 6: 2006 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region.
N. Main St., Albany, 453-6600.
June 30: Sacred Images: The Devotional Art of an Immigrant
Community at the Turn of the 19th Century. Through
June 30: Where the Rainbow Never Ends, works
by Jason Martinez.
William K. Sanford Town Library
Room, 629 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville, 458-9274.
June 30: Annual Spring Art Exhibit by members of the Albany
Williams College Museum of Art
Mass., (413) 597-2429.
Oct. 29: Jacqueline Humphries: New York. June
10-Sept. 10: Works by Rhoda Holmes Nicholls. June 18-Sept.
10: Zhan Wang: Urban Landscape.
City Hall, Albany. 434-8036. Performances at 1 PM. The bells
can be enjoyed from the parks near City Hall.
11: Amy Heebner. June 18: Charles Semowich.
June 25: Ann-Kirstine Christiansen. July 2: George
Matthew, Jr. July 4: Daniel Kehoe. July 9: Marcel
Siebers. July 16: Gerald Martindale. July 23:
Alexander Solovov, Elena Sadina, Sergej
Gratchev. July 30: Hans Hielscher.
Aston Magna Festival
Daniel Arts Center at Simon’s Rock College, Great Barrington,
Mass., (413) 528-3595. Performances are at 5 PM.
1: An all-Mozart program including Eine kleine Nachtmusik
and Bastien und Bastienne, featuring Dominique
Labelle (soprano), William Hite (tenor) and David
Ripley (baritone). July 8: A Mozart Crescendo, a program
of chamber music featuring Daniel Stepner and Nancy
Wilson (violins), David Miller and Laura Jeppesen
(violas), Loretta O’Sullivan (cello). July 15: Mozart,
Schubert and Goethe: A Lyrical Feast of Song and Sonata.
Featuring Sharon Baker (soprano). July 22: Another
all-Mozart program, including Mozart’s instrumental arrangement
of The Magic Flute. Featuring Christopher Krueger
(flute), Stephen Hammer (oboe), Daniel Stepner
(violin), Laura Jeppesen (viola) and Loretta O’Sullivan
(cello). July 29: John Gibbons (harpsichord) will
perform Bach’s complete Goldberg Variations. Aug.
5: An ensemble of early music singers and baroque musicians
will perform Monteverdi’s Orfeo. Featuring Frank
Kelley as Orfeo.
Bard Music Festival
College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900. The two-weekend
festival is presented at various venues on the Bard campus.
11-13, 18-20: Franz Liszt and His World.
Busch Opera Theatre, Cooperstown, (607) 547-2255 or www.glimmerglass.org.
Evening and matinee performances. Call for times and complete
7-Aug. 27: Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance.
July 8-Aug. 26: Rossini’s The Barber of Seville.
July 22-Aug. 28: Philip Littell’s The Greater Good.
July 29-Aug. 29: Jánacek’s Jenufa.
Lake George Opera
Little Theatre, Saratoga Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga
Springs, 584-6018 or www.lakegeorgeopera.org.
29, July 6 (8 PM); July 1, 8 (1 PM): Rossini’s The Barber
of Seville. June 30, July 7 (8 PM); July 2, 10 (1 PM):
Leoncavallo’s I Pagliacci and Cimarosa’s Il Maestro
di Cappella. July 1 (8 PM); July 5, 9 (1 PM): Rorem’s
Our Town. July 8 (8 PM): Mozart and Menotti.
Maverick Concert Series
Concert Hall, Maverick Road (off Route 375), Rosendale,
(845) 679-8217 or www.maverickconcerts.org.
Chen at the Maverick Concert Hall
24 (6 PM): Pianist Frederick Chu with the Maverick
Chamber Players will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto
No. 11, No. 12 and No. 13. June 25 (3
PM): American String Quartet will perform works by
Haydn, Shostakovich and Mozart. July 1 (11 AM): Young people’s
concert with Janet Grice (bassoon) and Armen Donelian
(piano). July 1 (6 PM): Pianist Jie Chen will perform
works by Mozart, Schumann, Meltzer and Albéniz. July 2 (3
PM): Miami String Quartet, with pianist Melvin
Chen, will perform works by Haydn, Mozart and Foote.
July 8 (6 PM): Pianist Babette Hierholzer, with narrators
Gail Godwin and Alexander Platt, will present
Men, Women and Pianos: The Mozart-Schumann Connection. Works
by Mozart, Schumann, Milhaud. July 9 (3 PM): Cellist Felix
Fan will perform sonatas by Bach and Britten. July 16
(3 PM): Borromeo String Quartet will perform works
by Mozart (Quartet No. 14), Britten (Quartet No.
2) and Dvorák. July 22 (6 PM): Trio Solisti will
perform works by Mussorgsky, Schoenfield and Gershwin. July
23 (3 PM): Pacifica String Quartet will perform works
by Mozart (Quartet in C), Shostakovich and Britten
(Quartet No. 2). July 29 (11 AM): Young people’s
comcert with the New York String Trio. July 30 (3
PM): Brentano String Quartet, with violist Hsin-Yun
Hwang, will perform viola quintets by Mozart, and Horne’s
String Quartet No. 4. Aug. 6 (3 PM): St. Lawrence
String Quartet will perform works by Shostakovich, Schumann
and Mozart (Quartet No. 21). Aug. 12 (6 PM): Pianist
Joshua Rifkin will perform works by Bach, as well
as ragtime and tango pieces. Aug. 13 (3 PM): Tokyo String
Quartet will perform works by Beethoven, Brahms and
Webern. Aug. 20 (3 PM): Shanghai String Quartet will
perform works by Mozart (Quartet No. 22), Ligeti
and Grieg. Aug. 26 (11 AM): Young people’s concert with
the Rossetti String Quartet. Aug. 26 (6 PM): Violinist
Livia Sohn and pianist Natalie Zhu will perform
sonatas by Mozart, Grieg and a new work by Russell Platt.
Aug. 27 (3 PM) Rossetti String Quartet, with pianist
Ursula Oppens, will perform works by Astor Piazzolla,
Shostakovich and Mozart (Quartet No. 20). Sept. 2
(6 PM): Cellist Zuill Bailey and pianist Simone
Dinnerstein will perform works by Beethoven, Britten
Music at the Lake
Sembrich Opera Museum, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing.
644-9839 or www.operamuseum.org.
28 (1:30 PM): Singers from the Seagle Music Colony.
July 5 (1:30 PM): Silver Bay Chamber Ensemble. July
19 (1:30 PM): Soprano Gisella Case performs Civil
War-era compositions. July 25-30: Five-day Robert Schumann
festival. Aug. 6 (3 PM): Pianist Diana Fanning performs
Mozart’s Fantasy in D-minor and Schumann’s Davidsbündlertänze.
Aug. 18 (7 PM): Bel Canto Singers will perform an
Italian opera. Sept. 2 (7 PM): Cellist Ovidiu Marinescu
and pianist Hiroko Yamazaki.
Music From Salem
Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, 677-2495 or www.hubbardhall.org.
Performances at 8 PM.
8: Haydn’s Piano Trio in C major, Schubert’s Piano
Trio in E-Flat major. July 15: Mozart’s String Quartet
in G major, Schumann’s Quintet for Piano and Strings
in E-Flat major, and new works by Korte and Leuschner.
Aug. 5: Works by Debussy, Clark, Francaix, Boulanger and
Chausson, featuring mezzo-soprano Mary Nessinger.
Aug. 12: Works by Copland, Dvorák and Dohnanyi.
Saratoga Choral Festival 2006
Little Theater, Saratoga Spa State Park Saratoga Springs,
(518) 791-0185. Performance at 8 PM.
19: Fauré’s Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine;
Brahms’ Vier Gesänge, with choral director Andrea
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 7:30 PM. Unless otherwise noted,
all concerts feature Charles Dutoit conducting.
26: Rafael Fürbeck de Burgo conducts and pianist
Peter Serkin is featured. Works by Beethoven and
Brahms. July 27: A Holywood Fantasy with conductor Erich
Kunzel. A program of popular film music. July 28: Pianist
Jonathan Biss is featured and Rafael Fürbeck de
Burgo conducts a program of music by Beethoven and Wagner.
July 29: Marvin Hamlisch conducts a Gershwin celebration.
Aug. 2: Works by Berlioz, Mendelssohn (Violin Concerto)
and Brahms (Symphony No. 1), with violinist Gil
Shaham. Aug. 3: Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5,
featuring pianist Yefim Bronfman, and works by Debussy
and Saint-Säens. Aug. 4: Violinist Renaud Capuçon
and cellist Gautier Capuçon are featured in an all-Tchaikovsky
program. Aug. 5: Pianist André Watts is featured
on Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2, plus works
by Ravel and Bright Sheng (The Phoenix). Aug. 9:
Yo-Yo Ma returns to SPAC. Works by Rossini, Shostakovich
and Dvorák. Aug. 10: Sarah Chang, violin, is featured
on Bruch’s Violin Concerto. Also, works by Debussy
and Ravel. Aug. 11: Christoph Eschenbach conducts
and soprano Marisol Montalvo is featured in music
by Beethoven and Pintscher. Aug. 12: Jean-Yves Thibaudet,
piano, is featured on Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 2,
plus works by Rossini, Debussy and Musorgsky.
Saratoga Chamber Music Festival
performances on Sun at 2:15 PM, Mon, Tue evening performances
at 7:30 PM. Featuring members of the Philadelphia Orchestra,
with guests as noted. The music director is Chantal Juillet.
The composer-in-residence is Bright Sheng.
Yefim Bronfman, piano, is the featured performer.
Mozart’s Quintet for Clarinet and Strings and Piano
Quartet in E-Flat major, and Sheng’s String Quartet
No. 3. Aug. 6: André Watts and Bright Sheng,
pianos. Works by Schubert, Sheng and Brahms. Aug. 7: Pianist
Jean-Yves Thibaudet is featured on works by Shostakovich
and Mendelssohn. Aug 8: Violinst Sarah Chang, harpsichordist
Mark Kroll and soprano Agathe Martel are featured
on works by Bach, Monteverdi and Vivaldi. Aug. 13: Pianist
Richard Kogan in a program of works by Schumann.
Ohlsson at Tanglewood
Mass., (413) 637-5165 or www.tangle wood.org. The Boston
Symphony Orchestra will perform under the direction of James
Levine and guest conductors this season, along with
a variety of visiting artists.
29: (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson
performs program 1 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas.
June 30 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Juilliard String Quartet
performs works by Schubert, Viñao and Brahms. July 2 (2:30
PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson performs
program 2 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas. July
6 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson
performs program 3 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas.
July 7 (8:30 PM, Shed): James Levine will conduct
the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Schoenberg’s Chamber
Symphony No. 1 and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.
July 8 (8:30 PM, Shed): Boston Symphony Orchestra,
with pianist Emanuel Ax, performs the music of Ravel,
Mozart, Debussy and Roussel. July 9 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO,
with violinist Joshua Bell, performs Mahler’s Symphony
No. 1 and Sibelius’ Violin Concerto. July 9 (8:30
PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson performs
program 4 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas. July
11 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Yefim Bronfman,
violinist Gil Shaham and cellist Truls Mork will
present an all-Schubert program. July 12 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Keith Lockhart conducts the Boston Pops Orchestra
in a program of Bernstein’s Broadway music. July 13 (8:30
PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson performs
program 5 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas. July
14 (8:30 PM, Shed) James Levine conducts the BSO
and Tanglewood Festival Chorus in Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder.
July 15 (8:30 PM, Shed): James Levine conducts the
Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra and Chorus
in Strauss’ Electra. July 16 (2:30 PM, Shed) Sir
Andrew Davis conducts the BSO and pianist Jean-Yves
Thibaudet in works by Kodály, Liszt and Dvorák. July
16 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson
performs program 6 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas.
July 18 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson
performs program 7 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas.
July 19 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Emerson String Quartet
will perform an all-Shostakovich program. July 20 (8:30
PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Garrick Ohlsson performs
program 8 of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas. July
21 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO present an all-Mozart program,
including the Symphony No. 41 and, with pianist Richard
Goode, Piano Concerto No. 27. July 22 (8:30 PM,
Shed): James Levine conducts the BSO and chorus
in Mozart’s Don Giovanni. July 23 (2:30 PM, Shed):
Another all-Mozart program with the BSO. July 25
(8:30 PM, Shed): Tanglewood on Parade with James Levine,
Keith Lockhart, John Williams, Boston Pops
Orchestra and Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra.
July 27 (8 PM, Theater); July 28 (2:30 PM, Theater): TMC
Vocal Fellows and Orchestra perform works by Hindemith,
Stravinsky and Carter. July 28 (8:30 PM, Shed): Ludovic
Morlot conducts the BSO in works by Berlioz,
Perle, Ravel, and with pianist André Watts, Beethoven’s
Piano Concerto No. 3. July 29 (8:30 PM, Shed): Hans
Graf conducts the BSO, with violinist Gil
Shaham, in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto and Stravinsky’s
The Firebird. July 30 (2:30 PM, Shed): Kurt Masur
conducts the BSO and violinist Midori in Bruch’s
Violin Concerto, and works by Mendelssohn and Richard
Strauss. Aug. 2 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Gidon Kremer
and Kremerata Baltica will perform an all-Mozart
program. Aug. 3 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Gidon Kremer
and Kremerata Baltica will perform an almost all-Mozart
program, plus Raskatov’s Five Minutes in the Life of
WAM. Aug. 4 (8:30 PM, Shed): Donald Runnicles
conducts the BSO and cellist Yo-Yo Ma in works
by Janácek, Golijov and Elgar. Aug 5 (8:30 PM, Shed): Seiji
Ozawa conducts the BSO with chorus in Mahler’s
Symphony No. 2. Aug. 6 (2:30 PM, Shed) The BSO,
with pianist Christian Zacharias, perform works by
Mozart, Strauss and Beethoven. Aug. 11 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Harry Bicket conducts the BSO in works by
Bach and Handel. Aug. 12 (8:30 PM, Shed): Film Night at
Tanglewood with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra.
Aug. 13 (2:30 PM, Shed): The Philadelphia Orchestra,
conducted by Christoph Eschenbach, perform Beethoven’s
Symphony No. 8 and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.
5. Aug. 15 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Boston Symphony
Chamber Players perform the music of Mozart, Gandolfi
and Schubert. Aug. 17 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): The Tallis
Scholars will present a program of Renaissance vocal
music. Aug 18 (8:30 PM, Shed): Rafael Frübeck de Burgos
conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in works by
Turina, Falla, Debussy and Ravel. Aug. 19 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Herbert Blomstedt conducts the BSO in Beethoven’s
Symphony No. 3, and with violinist Hilary Hahn,
Dvorák’s Violin Concerto. Aug. 20 (2:30 PM, Shed)
The BSO presents an all-Brahms program, with pianist
Peter Serkin. Aug. 20 (8:30 PM, Shed): Our ’70s Show,
with Keith Lockhart, the Boston Pops Esplanade
Orchestra and Rockapella. Aug. 23 (8:30 PM, Ozawa
Hall): Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Emanuel Ax
present an all-Beethoven program. Aug. 25 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the BSO and pianist
Imogen Cooper in works by Bernstein, Beethoven and
Falla. Aug. 26 (8:30 PM, Shed): The BSO, with pianist
Emanuel Ax, will perform works by Beethoven and Bruckner.
Aug. 27 (2:30 PM, Shed): The BSO closes the season
with pianist Yefim Bronfman an all-Beethoven program.
Chamber Music Festival
Performing Arts Center, Main and Church streets, Windham,
734-3868. Performances are at 8 PM.
15: James Buswell (violin), Meng-Chieh Liu
(piano) and the Windham Festival Chamber Orchestra
will perform works by Britten, Sibelius, Manno and Mendelssohn.
July 29: Violinists Alejandro Mendoza and Si-Nae
Shim. Aug. 19: Mezzo-soprano Margaret Lattimore,
pianist John Churchwell and the Windham Festival
Chamber Ensemble in music by Schubert, Saint-Saëns,
Mozart, Brahms, Chausson and Mahler. Sept. 2: Pianists Vladimir
Pleshakov and Elena Winther, violinist Magdalena
Golczewski and cellist Ashley Bathgate will perform
music by Hummel, Haydn, Mann, Rachmaninoff and Johann Strauss.
Hudson Ave., Albany, 465-9916. Performances at 8:30 PM.
23-24: Cabaret . . . and All That Jazz!
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845.
9: Limón Dance Company. July 29: Same Spirit,
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.
Wei Dance Arts at Jacob’s Pillow
Shawn Theatre—June 21-25: CND2. June 28-July 2: Limón
Dance Company. July 5-9: Suzanne Farrell Ballet.
July 12-16: Tania Pérez-Salas. July 19-23: Tero
Saarinen Company. July 26-30: Ballet Flamenco Eva
Yerbabuena. Aug. 2-6: the Trey McIntyre Project.
Aug. 9-13: Shen Wei Dance Arts. Aug. 16-20: Pacific
Northwest Ballet. Aug. 22-27: Mark Morris Dance Group.
Doris Duke Studio Theatre—June 28-July 2: ASzURe &
Artists. July 5-9: Emanuel Gat Dance. July 12-16:
Robert Moses’ Kin. July 19-23: Nrityagram Dance
Ensemble. July 26-30: Danish Dance Theatre. Aug.
2-6: Armitage Gone! Dance. Aug. 9-13: MoveOpolis!
Aug. 16-20: Choreftes. Aug. 24-27: Rubberbanddance
New York City Ballet
Performing Arts Center, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 587-3330.
New York City Ballet is in residence July 5-23. Performances
are at 7:30 PM Tuesday-Saturday, with 2 PM matinees on Thursdays
6-8 (7:30 PM): Swan Lake. July 8 (1:30 PM):
Swan Lake. July 11 (7:30 PM): All-Balanchine
program, with Concerto Barocco, Symphony
in C, Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Movements
for Piano and Orchestra, Duo Concertant.
July 12 (7:30 PM): Fearful Symmetries, N.Y.
Jazz Export: Opus Jazz, Western Symphony.
July 13 (1:30 PM): Concerto Barocco, Symphony
in C, N.Y. Jazz Export: Opus Jazz.
July 13 (7:30 PM): Fearful Symmetries, Monumentum
pro Gesualdo, Movements for Piano and Orchestra,
Duo Concertant, Western Symphony.
July 14 (7:30 PM): Friandises, In the
Night, Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux, Wheeldon
Ballet. July 15 (1:30 PM): Fearful Symmetries,
N.Y. Jazz Export: Opus Jazz, Western
Symphony. July 15 (7:30 PM): Concerto Barocco,
Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Movements for
Piano and Orchestra, Duo Concertant,
Wheeldon Ballet. July 18 (7:30 PM): Ratmansky
Ballet, The Cage, Andantino,
Romeo and Juliet, The Firebird.
July 19 (7:30 PM): Divertimento No. 15, Songs
of the Auvergne, Vienna Walzes. July
20 (1:30 PM): Divertimento No. 15, Songs
of the Auvergne, Vienna Walzes. July
20 (7:30 PM): Friandises, In the Night,
Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux, Wheeldon Ballet.
July 21 (7:30 PM): Symphony in C, Songs
of the Auvergne, Vienna Walzes. July
22 (1:30 PM): Ratmansky Ballet, The
Cage, Andantino, Romeo and Juliet,
9 Maple Avenue
Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs, 583-CLUB, www.9mapleavenue.com.
Terry Gordon Quartet. 6/10: Jazz Factor. 6/16:
Tom Olsen Quintet. 6/17: Keith Pray Group.
6/23: Jon Le Roy Trio. 6/24: Out Of The Box
featuring ShaRon. 6/30: Mark Capon Quartet.
Adirondack Pub and Brewery
Canada St., Lake George, 668-0002.
Raging Grassmen. 6/9: Tequila Mockingbirds.
6/10: Tom Glade. 6/16: Dave Owens. 6/17: Phil
Henry. 6/23: Nancy Walker and Lani Richards.
6/24: Jeff & Becky Walton. 6/30: TattleTales.
7/1: Jeff & Becky Walton. 7/2: LB Walker.
7/7: Mark Tolstrup. 7/8: Mikki Bakken, Brian
Gibney. 7/14: Rich Ortiz. 7/15: Chuck Kelsey.
7/21: Rosanne Raneri. 7/22: Mike Grutka. 7/28:
TattleTales. 7/29: Tom Glade. 8/3: LB Walker.
8/4: Rich Ortiz. 8/5: Rosanne Raneri. 8/10:
LB Walker. 8/11: Mark Tolstrup. 8/12:
Raging Grassmen. 8/17: LB Walker. 8/18: Rich
Ortiz. 8/19: Jeff & Becky Walton.
and Putnam streets, Saratoga Springs, 583-6060, www.baileyscafe.com.
Rich Ortiz. 6/10: King’s English. 6/16: Rick
Bolton and the Dwyer Sisters. 6/17: Jezzie Tree.
6/23: Dr. Looby’s Electric Circus. 6/24: Rich
Ortiz. 6/30: Tequila Mockingbird. 7/1: Folding
Sky Quartet. 7/2: Vivid Duo. 7/7: Rich Ortiz.
7/8: Dr. Looby’s Electric Circus. 7/14: Rick Bolton
and the Dwyer Sisters. 7/15: Pangaea. 7/21: Dr.
Looby’s Electric Circus. 7/22: Rich Ortiz. 7/27:
Lyl Harper. 7/28: Jezzie Tree. 7/29: Headbomb.
Phila St., Saratoga Springs, 583-0222, www.caffelena.com.
Susan Trump. 6/11: Denise McDonald. 6/16:
Cindy Kallet, Emma’s Revolution. 6/17:
Dave’s True Story. 6/18: Active Transport.
6/23: Hayseed. 6/24: Cliff Eberhardt. 6/25:
Paddy Keenan. 6/30: Goran Ivanovic Group.
7/1: Linn Brown with Joel Brown and Dave
Maswick. 7/2: Lucy Kaplansky. 7/7: Happy Balky
and the Good Living. 7/8: Fairport Convention
Acoustic Trio. 7/9: Kevin Welch, Kieran
Kane & Fats Kaplin. 7/14: Work O’ the Weavers.
7/15: Roy Hurd with Frank Orsini and Meadow Merry.
7/16: Jupiter Circle. 7/21: Gibson Brothers.
7/23: Mudfunk. 8/4: Modern Man, Red Molly.
8/5: Jack Williams, Mark Elliott. 8/6: Laura
Wetzler. 8/11: Peggy Lynn, Dan Duggan and
Dan Berggren. 8/12: Danny Kelb. 8/13: Sonny
& Perley. 8/18: Bill Staines. 8/19:
Tom Winslow. 8/20: Jonathan Whitton. 8/25:
Rosanne Raneri. 8/26: Hilltown Ramblers. 8/27:
Ed Pettersen & Scoot Kempner.
King St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK, www.iheg.com.
Jamie Cullum, Sonya Kitchell. 7/1: Keb’Mo’,
Main St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-6308, www.clubhelsinkiweb.com.
Sarah Borges. 6/10: Taj Weekes and Adowa.
6/17: Steve Forbert. 6/23: Bobby Sweet. 6/24:
Tarbox Ramblers. 6/25: Elana James and the
Continental Two. 7/2: Robbie Fulks.
7/6: the Ryan Montbleau Band. 7/14: Hiromi.
7/28-29: Jane Bunnett and the Spirits of Havana.
8/4: the Crown City Rockers. 8/5: David Jacobs
Strain. 8/6: Chris Scruggs.
The Daily Grind
3rd St., Troy, 272-8658, www.daily grindtroy.com.
Carnival Parade. 6/30: Rosanne Raneri Group.
McMaster at the Egg
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845.
Keb’Mo’. 8/12: Dion. 8/13: Natalie MacMaster.
Iron Horse Music Hall
Center St., Northampton, Mass., (413) 584-0610, www.iheg.com.
Raul Midon, Seth Glier (7 PM); the Spinto
Band, Lovely Feathers (10 PM). 6/9: Kris Delmhorst,
Meg Hutchinson (7 PM); Fashion People, Stand
Up Get Down (10 PM). 6/10: Odetta (7 PM); the
Spam All-Stars (10 PM). 6/11: Tony Levin Band,
the Kin. 6/12: James McMurtry, Ray Mason
Band. 6/13: Tommy Emmanuel, Pam Rose.
6/14: Fairport Convention. 6/15: Over the Rhine,
Hem. 6/16: James Hunter Band (7, 9:30 PM). 6/17:
Michelle Shocked (7 PM); Del Castillo (10
PM). 6/18: the Bad Plus, the Aztec Furies.
6/19: the Gourds. 6/21: Marah, Adam and Dave’s
Bloodline. 6/22: Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser with
Mark Erelli, the Amity Front, Dan May, Appalachian
Still. 6/23: RobinElla, DeVotchKa, Norfolk
& Western. 6/24: Kaki King (7 PM); Strays
Don’t Sleep, Peter Bradley Adams (10 PM). 6/25: BeauSoleil
with Michael Doucet. 6/27: the English Beat.
6/28: Michele Dominguez Greene. 6/29: Glen Phillips,
Jonathan Kingham. 6/30: the Hunger Mountain Boys,
the everybodyfields (7 PM); the Young Republic,
Elisha Yaffe (10 PM). 7/1: Marshall Crenshaw,
Brian O’Connor. 7/2: Alexi Murdoch. 7/7-8:
Johnny A. 7/9: Joe Bonamassa. 7/11:
the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. 7/12: Big Sandy &
His Fly-Rite Boys. 7/14: Dan Penn, the Hacienda
Brothers. 7/15: the Blasters. 7/18: Cherish
the Ladies. 7/22: the Radiators, Etienne de
Rocher. 7/23: Sara Gazarek. 7/24: the Bittersweets,
Chris O’Brien. 7/26: Chatham County Line.
7/27: Nicolai Dunger, Dennis Crommett.
7/28: Mary Gauthier (7 PM); Fear Nuttin’ Band
(10 PM). 8/1: Kim Richey. 8/2: Hit and Run Bluegrass.
8/3: Melanie. 8/4: the Duhks. 8/12: Jane
Monheit. 8/13: Grant Lee Philips. 8/14: Kevin
Mahogany. 8/16: Tab Benoit, David Jacobs-Strain.
8/23: Blues Harp Blowout. 8/24: Raul Malo,
Alice Peacock. 8/25: PF Sloan.
Lark St., Albany, 436-7008, www.justinsonlark.com.
Every Thursday, Adrian Cohen Trio; every Sunday night,
Brian Patneaude Quartet; every Wednesday,
Sensemaya. 6/8: Nick Mancini Collective.
6/9: Erica Lindsay Trio. 6/10: Al Gallodoro
& Friends. 6/11: jazz brunch with George Muscatello.
6/14: the Mystery Piano Trio. 6/16: Lee Shaw Trio.
6/18: jazz brunch with Maria Zemantauski. 6/21: the
Mystery Piano Trio. 6/23: Michael Louis Smith.
6/24: Coupe & Her Groovemobile. 6/25: jazz brunch
with Lee Shaw, Brian Patneaude Quintet. 6/28:
the Mystery Piano Trio. 6/30: Lee Russo.
Madison Ave., Albany, 463-9779, www.larktavern.com.
Every Thursday, New Sound Addicts; every Wednesday,
open mic with John Brodeur and MotherJudge.
The second Monday of every month, Nicole Peyrafitte’s
Experimental Cabaret; the third Monday of every month, Ramblin’
Jug Stompers; the third Tuesday of every month, PCM
All-Stars featuring Shyste and DJ Gyro.
6/9: the Knuckleheads. 6/10: Pitch Control Music
presents Left Handed Boy, Dezmatic, Rick
Whispers. 6/16: the Lustre Kings. 6/17: Deluxe.
6/22-24: the Lipstick Lovelies. 6/30-7/1: School
Bus Yellow. 7/8: the Day Jobs. 7/14: Blue
Hand Luke. 7/15: Deluxe. 7/22: Skadee.
7/28: Scotty Mac, Decadent Royals.
7/29: the Foy Brothers. 8/5: Wreckloose.
8/12: the Kamikaze Hearts. 8/19: Deluxe. 8/24-26:
the Lipstick Lovelies.
MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Mass., (413) 662-2111, www.massmoca.org.
the Deedle Deedle Dees. 6/24: Haale. 7/1:
Mission of Burma. 7/15: M Shanghai String Band.
7/12-29: Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival. 7/22: Bang
on a Can All-Stars. 7/29: Bang on a Can Marathon with
Meredith Monk. 8/4: Bill Frisell. 8/5: Morley.
8/26: the Holmes Brothers.
Bice at Northern Lights
Country Commons, Route 146, Clifton Park, 371-0012, www.northernlightslive.com.
Believer, British Steele. 6/11: Greg Raposo
of Dreamstreet. 6/15: Lifehouse, Rocco DeLuca.
6/16: 12 Summers Old, I’ll Be Romeo, the Feels,
A Step From the Fall, End of Sorrows. 6/17:
Emerson Drive, Jeff Allan, Skeeter Creek.
6/19: Bo Bice. 6/22: Aly & AJ, Jonas
Brothers. 6/24: Live >From the 518 hosted by DJ Biz
with Kayos, Debo Jones, Shyste, Hollyw00G,
J. Green, the Fleet, Dwerdz, CDubb,
DA, Sincere. 6/27: Gin Blossoms, Ten
Year Vamp. 6/29: Mantella, Uplift, Method
of Productive Means, Subsidian. 7/2: JoJo
Romero, Nightshift. 7/6: Haliday, the
Inner JD, Gone Ashley, the Renowned Army.
7/7: Presence. 7/9: Ashlee Simpson, the Veronicas.
7/12: Yellowcard, Matchbook Romance, Rock
Kills Kid, Hedley. 7/14: Spottiswoode
& His Enemies. 7/19: Honeycreeper, Pinstripe
Melee, the Pinstripes, Eddie Always Wins,
Black Tie Operation. 7/21: Blue October, People
in Planes, Bril. 7/30: Candlebox. 8/12:
Last Call, Ramallah, Only Revenge,
Shoot to Kill, Embraced by Hate.
Pearl St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK, www.iheg.com.
Dungen, Witch, Nethers. 6/15: the Refugee
All-Stars of Sierra Leone. 6/16: Jacob Fred
Jazz Odyssey, Riding Shotgun. 6/17: Kill ’Em
All With Scuz, Nim, Metachromatic. 6/24:
Morningwood, Rock Kills Kid, the Lashes.
6/27: Blue Cheer. 6/29: Mr. Lif and Cage.
7/1: We Are Scientists, the Double, Au
Revoir Simone. 7/7: the Subdudes. 7/8: Madd Muzik
Presents. 7/14: the Coup. 7/15: Madd Muzik Presents.
7/19: Rasputina, the Bowmans. 7/20: Konono
No. 1. 7/21: Madd Muzik Presents. 7/22: Barefoot
Truth, J.E. Borgen. 7/29: Madd Muzik Presents.
8/1: Rocket from the Tombs.
S. Pearl St., Albany, 487-2000, www.pepsiarena.com.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. 7/10: Nickelback.
7/11: American Idols Live. 7/28: Dixie Chicks.
8/26: James Taylor. 9/1: Mariah Carey.
10/6: Blue Man Group. 10/21: Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Park, Northampton, Mass., www.iheg.com.
Ani DiFranco, Athens Boys Choir. 7/16: Wilco,
the M’s. 7/19: Umphrey’s McGee.
Broadway, Albany, 432-8584
Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. 6/9: Wreckloose.
6/15: Apollo Sunshine. 6/17: Red Red Wine.
6/23: Jsan & the Analogue Sons. 6/24: Hector
on Stilts, Guiltless Cult. 6/30: Broadcast
Live. 7/8: Okemah. 7/13: the Heavy Pets.
7/15: Slick Fitty. 7/19: Phix. 7/28: Brodcast
Live. 7/29: Jeffrey Gaines. 8/8: Herring,
Rogers & Sipe. 9/8: School Bus Yellow.
River St., Troy, 273-2337, www.revolutionhall.com.
Zox, the Loyalty, Hector on Stilts.
6/10: Mike Doughty’s Band. 6/21: Northeast Bass
Revolution featuring Michael Manring. 6/23: the
Clay People, Distant By Design, the Luxury
Flats. 7/28: Paranoid Social Club.
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 476-1000, www.spac.org.
Dave Matthews Band, ALO. 6/18: Nine Inch
Nails, Bauhaus, Peaches. 6/19: Bruce
Springsteen and the Seeger Sessions Band. 7/1: the New
Cars, Blondie. 7/2: Trey Anastasio, Mike
Gordon, Phil Lesh and Friends. 7/16: Celtic
Woman. 7/23: Chicago, Huey Lewis and the News.
7/30: the Black Crowes, Robert Randolph and the
Family Band, Drive-By Truckers. 8/6: John
Fogerty, Willie Nelson. 8/7: Counting Crows,
the Goo Goo Dolls. 8/8: O.A.R., Jack’s
Mannequin. 8/13: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers,
the Allman Brothers Band, the Derek Trucks Band.
8/17: Guster, Ray LaMontagne. 8/18: 311,
the Wailers, Pepper. 8/19: Crosby, Stills,
Nash and Young. 9/10: Brooks and Dunn, Jack
Ingram. 9/16: Def Leppard, Journey.
9, Latham, 783-1010, www.saratogawinners.com.
Spitshine, Blessed by Blood, One if by
Land, Three Word Murder, Midnight Drive.
6/10: the Unseen, the Ducky Boys, the Loved
Ones, the Designer Drugs. 6/11: Aura Point.
6/12: the Aquabats, Whole Wheat Bread, Aggrolites.
6/15: Damone, the Lashes, the Loyalty,
Aside the Hero. 6/16: Dying Reflection, Phalamx,
Hold it Down, Lexington. 6/17: Skinless,
Last Call, Held Under, Recon,
Israfel. 6/20: Stuck Mojo, Infernal
Machine, Enertia, the Shunned. 6/21:
Bayside, the Loved Ones, I Am the Avalanche,
the Sleeping. 7/18: Bowling for Soup, Punchline,
Army of Freshmen. 7/22: Cryptopsy, Held
Under, Organ Harvest, Son of Mourning.
8/2: Catch 22, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Big
D & the Kids’ Table, Suburban Legends,
South Pearl St., Albany, 426-9647.
Matt Mirable and friends. 6/9: Almost Awake
(5 PM); Rocky Velvet (9:30 PM). 6/10: Slick
Fitty. 6/14: Shanghai Cowboys and Me. 6/15:
Heavy Fog. 6/16: Gravity. 6/17: Braided
Souls. 6/21: Swing Docs. 6/22: Space Agency.
6/23: Joe Moaco Band. 6/24: Blake and the Family
Dog. 6/26: Bing Bamboo Room. 6/28: Total
The Stockade Inn
North Church St., Schenectady, 346-3400, www.stockadeinn.com.
Dave Payette Trio. 6/16: Anna Borges Group.
6/22: Jeff Siegel Trio. 6/23: Sensemaya Trio.
6/29: Leo Russo Trio. 6/30: Michael Louis Smith
Trio. 7/6: Tommy Verrigni Trio. 7/7: Jon LeRoy
Organ Trio. 7/13: Joe Barna Trio. 7/14: Lee
Shaw Trio. 7/20: Fred Young Trio. 7/21: Rich
Lamanna Trio. 7/27: Colleen Pratt & Friends.
7/28: Tim Collins Trio. 8/3: Tommy Verrigni Trio.
8/4: April Marie Trio. 8/10: Bobby Massaro Trio.
8/11: Lee Shaw Trio. 8/17: Sarah Pedinotti Trio.
8/18: Brian Patneaude Trio. 8/24: Jack Fragomeni
Trio. 8/25: Teresa Broadwell Trio. 8/31: Sonny
& Perley. 9/1: Leo Russo Trio.
Stockbridge Summer Music
Seven Hills Inn, 40 Plunkett St., Lenox, Mass., (413) 443-1138,
18, 25 and 8/1, 15, 29: New Orleans Jazz Artists with
the Bob Connors Sextet. 7/26: Your Ticket to Broadway.
8/2: music of Porgy and Bess. 8/8, 22: the Swing
Legacy with the Henry Francis Sextet. 8/9:
music of South Pacific.
Mass., (413) 637-1600, www.tanglewood.org.
LeAnn Rimes. 9/1-3: Tanglewood Jazz Festival, featuring
the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Marian McPartland,
Elvis Costello, Wynton Marsalis, Dr. John,
Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band, Dave Brubeck
Quartet and Symphonette.
Turning Stone Casino & Resort
(877) 833-SHOW, turning-stone.com.
Disco Dance Party featuring United Booty Foundation,
Letizia, Motif. 6/26: Beatlemania Now.
6/27: Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo. 7/7: Sugarland.
7/11: Jo Dee Messina. 7/17: Peter Frampton.
7/19: Johnny Mathis. 7/22: the Jimmy Cavallo Band.
7/24: Nashville Stars. 7/28: Wayne Newton.
8/1: Merle Haggard. 8/3: Clint Black.
8/11: Heart. 8/12: Jamie O’Neal. 8/17: Joe
Bonamassa. 8/18: Bobby Vinton. 8/21: Montel
Williams. 8/22: Chris Isaak. 9/5: Mariah Carey.
9/12: Tony Pace. 9/15: Rick Springfield. 9/19:
Queensrÿche. 9/22: Lee Ann Womack.
9/28: Terri Clark.
New Scotland Ave., Albany, 432-6572, www.valentinesalbany.com.
Every Saturday, Abyss Gothic Dance (midnight); every Wednesday,
the Deadbeats. 6/8: Owee Owee Oymm,
Pony in the Pancake. 6/9: Two Cow Garage,
Grainbelt, the Old Sweethearts. 6/12: Your
Black Star, Pattern is Movement, the Wasted,
Gun Christmas. 6/13: Inverted, Ardent Flames,
Merlot. 6/15: Look Back and Laugh. 6/16: 5
Til Midnight, Spouse, the Day; downstairs:
Local Media Darlings, Starcode, Sucka Brown.
6/17: K Sonin’s Che Guevera T-Shirt, Struction.
6/19: Lymbyc System, Back Ted n Ted, the Hero
Cycle, Alaska. 6/20: the Slow Signal Fade,
Charles Leo. 6/21: the Reverse. 6/22: Leftover
Crack, Mouth Sewn Shut, the Isotopes,
Mischief Brew, Team Spider, the Menace
Society; downstairs: the Cooper Union. 6/23:
Brother T, Acoustic Trauma, Positive Mental
Trip, Idol Hands. 6/24: the Business,
Rat City Riot, New Society Of Anarchists,
Murderers Row, Blase Debris; downstairs:
Scientific Maps, the Mitchells, Albumen.
6/26: Elana James and the Continental Two. 6/27:
Mouth Sewn Shut, the Skrapt. 6/28: Minderaser,
Permanent Trip, Evixxion, Rising Up Rising
Down. 6/29: Kitty Little. 6/30: the Erotics,
Teenage Casket Co., Mongrel, Hounds of
Hell, VBains Of Jenna. 7/7: the Deadstring
Brothers. 7/8: Johnny Dowd. 7/13: Pearls and
Brass. 7/15: Peelander Z. 7/17: Richard Buckner.
7/25: Vetiver. 7/28: Chris Brokaw. 7/29: the
The Van Dyck Restaurant & Brewery
New Scotland Ave., Albany, 381-1111.
Every Tuesday, jazz jam hosted by the New York Jazz Trio.
6/9: the Sofa Kings. 6/14: Tunnels Fusion Jazz
Trio. 6/16: Jane’s Gang. 6/17: Hudson River
Delta. 6/23: John Davey Jazz Trio. 6/24: O2L
Fusion Jazz Quartet. 6/30 Paddy Kilrain Trio.
7/1: Red Otis. 7/2: Northeast Blues Society Jam hosted
by the Mark Tolstrup Trio. 7/8: Forman. 7/9:
Northeast Blues Society Jam featuring the Murali
Coryell Blues Band. 7/15: Groupo Los Santos.
7/16: Northeast Blues Society Jam featuring the Nighthawks.
7/21: Hypnotic Clambake. 7/22: Dominic
Fallacaro Jazz Trio. 7/28: Ten 27. 7/29: Wiley
Dobbs. 8/12: Jane’s Gang. 8/26: Dave Strumfeld.
WAMC Performing Arts Studio
Central Ave., Albany, 465-5233 ext. 4
Dan Bern. 6/16: Richard Julian, Valerie
DeLaCruz. 7/13: Lunafest. 7/14: Terry Adams-Steve
Ferguson Quartet. 7/29: Slaid Cleaves.
Camp Bisco V
Mountain Ski Resort and Lodge, Route 23A, Hunter, www.huntermtn.com,
the Disco Biscuits, The Roots, Thievery
Corporation, Brazilian Girls, The New Deal,
RJD2, Perpetual Groove, The Juan McLean,
Brothers Past, Lotus, Orchard Lounge,
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
Route 7D, off Route 22, Hillsdale, (860) 364-0366, www.falconridgefolk.com.
Buskin & Batteau, Cheryl Wheeler, Chris
& Meredith Thompson, Chris Pureka, Christine
Lavin, Crooked Still, Dan Bern, David
Messengill, Disappear Fear, Eddie From
Ohio, Eliza Gilkyson, Eric Schwartz,
Falcon Ridge House Band, Gandalf Murphy &
the Slambovian Circus of Dreams, Greg
Greenway, Hoopoe the Clowne, Jason Spooner
Trio, Jim’s Big Ego, John Gorka, Kym
Tuvim, Lowen & Navarro, Mia Dyson,
Modern Man, Nerissa & Katryna Nields,
Peter Rowan & Tony Rice Quartet, Shawn
Colvin, Susan Werner, Taxi Chain, the
Ivy Vine Players, the Storycrafters, Tracy
Grammer, Vikki True, Winterpills, Airdance,
Beth Molaro, Culver Griffin & Country
Spice, Eclectic Dance Orchestra, Geno Delafose
and French Rockin’ Boogie, George Marshall
with Wild Asparagus, Jim Christensen and
Madeline Ryan, Kathryn Wedderburn, Nightingale,
Patti O’Brien Melita, Paul Rosenberg, Ralph
Sweet, Reggie’s Red Hot Feetwarmers, Stillhouse
Rounders, the Clayfoot Strutters, the Walker
Freihofer’s Jazz Festival
Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga
Springs, 587-3300 (SPAC) or 476-1000 (Ticketmaster), www.spac.org.
Smokey Robinson; Herbie Hancock Quintet;
Jamie Cullum; Arturo Sandoval; Groovin’ for
Grover featuring Gerald Albright, Kirk Whalum,
Jeff Lorber; A New Orleans Trumpet Celebration featuring
Kermit Ruffins, James Andrews, Marlon Jordan,
Christian Scott; Tierney Sutton; Jeremy
Lyons & the Deltabilly Boys; Edmar Castaneda;
SKP and the Shaggy Rollers; Catherine Russell;
Marty Ehrlich Quartet; Etta James; Dave
Brubeck Quartet; Stanley Clarke-George Duke
Project; Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Susan
Tedeschi; James Carter Organ Trio; Robin Eubanks
EB3; John Stretch Trio; Christian Scott Quintet;
Kaki King; Sonya Kitchell.
Gathering of the Vibes
Lookout Country Club, Mariaville, (800) VIBE-TIX, www.gatheringofthevibes.com.
Bob Weir & Ratdog, Yonder Mountain String
Band, Burning Spear, Hot Tuna, Keller
Williams, Zero, Assembly of Dust, Deep
Banana Blackout, North Mississippi Allstars,
Strangefolk, the Zen Tricksters featuring
Donna Jean Godchaux, U-Melt, Scarecrow
Collection, Tea Life Green, Ryan Montbleau,
the Everyone Orchestra, Papa Mali, David
Gans, Juggling Suns, Chuch, Rafter
Bats, King for a Day.
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival
Farm, Ancramdale, (888) 946-8495, www.greyfoxbluegrass.com.
Dry Branch Fire Squad, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky
Thunder, Del McCoury Band, Steve Earle
& the Bluegrass Dukes, the Jerry Douglas Band,
Tim O’Brien & Cornbread Nation, Railroad
Earth, Larry Sparks, Austin Lounge Lizards,
Seldom Scene, Mountain Heart, Tim and Mollie
O’Brien, John Cowan, Darrell Scott and
Pat Flynn, the Grascals, Danny Paisley &
Southern Grass, King Wilkie, Uncle Earl,
Crooked Still, Abigail Washburn, the Lovell
Sisters, the Stringdusters, Red Stick
Ramblers, Chatham County Line, Hot Buttered
Rum Band, Cadillac Sky, Hit and Run Bluegrass
Band, Pete Warnick’s Bluegrass Jam Campers, L’il
Anne & Hot Cayenne, Girl Howdy, Magnolia,
Fiddlestyx, John Kirk & Trish Miller,
Jim Christensen, Michelle Kaminsky.
River Street Fest
Street, Troy, 270-4554.
World Party, Tally Hall, Nightmare of You,
As Fast As, Trumystic, Brittany, Ramblin’
Jug Stompers, Sean Rowe.
Old Songs Festival of Traditional Music & Dance
Fairgrounds, Route 146, Altamont, 765-2815, www.oldsongs.org
Peter and Mary Alice Amidon, Annie
& the Hedonists, Byrne & Barrett, Michael
Cooney, Finest Kind, Beppe Gambetta,
Paul Geremia, Greenfield Dance Band, Groovemama,
Kim & Reggie Harris, Joe Hickerson,
Ivy Vine Players, Alan Jabbour & Ken
Perlman, William Jackson &
Grainne Hambly, Enoch Kent, Llan de Cubel,
Jay Mankita, Matapat, Debby McClatchy,
Brian Peters, the Raisin Pickers, Roger
the Jester, Peggy Seeger, Shetland’s Heritage
Fiddlers, Jody Stecher & Kate Brislin,
Teada, Karen Tweed, Jane Voss and Hoyle
Osborne, Jeff Warner, the Wild Band of Snee,
Cris Williamson, Matthew Wojcik, the Zillionaires.
Alive at Five Concert Series
Riverfront Park Corning Preserve, Albany, 434-2032, www.albanyevents.org.
the Young Dubliners, Quagmyre. 6/15: Elvin
Bishop, CJ Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana
Band. 6/22: the Flutie Brothers Band, Raisinhead.
6/29: the Outlaws, the Rumdummies. 7/13: the
Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie. 7/20: John
Hiatt, the North Mississippi Allstars. 7/27:
Enter the Haggis, Celtic Cross. 8/3: Eddie
Money, Bluz House Rockers. 8/10: Tito Puente
Jr. Orchestra, the Latino AllStars.
At the Park Lunchtime Music Series
Eyck Courtyard on North Pearl Street, Albany, 465-2143 ext.
George Kilby Jr. 6/20: Rumdummies. 6/27: Sirsy.
7/11: Mud Bug Uprising. 7/18: Mudfunk. 7/27:
Sarah Pedinotti. 8/1: Good Earth Band. 8/8:
Basement Band. 8/15: Maurizio. 8/22: Sweet
Cider Music. 8/29: No Outlet. 9/5: the Decadent
Royals. 9/12: Wylder. 9/19: Annie and the
Hedonists. 9/26: Brian Kaplan Band.
Collar City Live
Park, Troy, 273-0834.
Jay Ungar & Molly Mason. 7/16: Bluz House
Rockers. 7/23: Mambo Kikongo. 7/30: Patti-O
and the Hip Hooligans. 8/6: the Greyhounds.
8/20: Sirsy. 8/27: Blues Fest.
Concerts at the Plaza
State Plaza, Albany, 473-0559.
Burners UK. 6/28: Latin Night with Xavier Cugat
Orchestra, Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra.
7/5: BluesFest featuring the Colossal Contenders Contest,
Rhett Tyler. 7/8: Chicago Blues Reunion,
Larry McCray, the Mighty Sam McClain, Diunna
Greenleaf, Matt Mirable & Alison Jacobs,
Reverend Raven and His Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys,
Mississippi Heat, Poppa Tas Cru, Joe
Price, Anne Rabson. 7/19: Golden Oldies Night
with Gary Puckett, the Box Tops. 7/26: Country
Rock Night with the Charlie Daniels Band, Danielle
Peck. 8/2: Classic Rock Night with Blue Oyster
Cult, Ten Years After. 8/5: Times Union African
American Family Day featuring Peabo Bryson, Empire State
Dr. King Ensemble, Nysa Shenay, Ernie Williams.
8/9: I Love New York Food Festival featuring Lou Gramm,
Fastball, Super 400, the Decadent Royals.
Freedom Park Concerts
Park (next to Jumpin’ Jacks), Scotia, 370-0662.
Hair of the Dog. 6/24: Hamilton Hill Steel Drum
Band. 6/28: the Burners U.K. 6/29: Glenville
Town Band. 6/30: Outta Hand Band. 7/1: Donnie
P and Polka Celebration. 7/5: Doc Spring’s Rehabilitated
Dixieland Jazz. 7/7: Air National Guard Band of the
Northeast. 7/8: Alex Torres and His Latin
Orchestra. 7/9: the Alan Payette Band. 7/12:
the McKrells. 7/13: Glenville Town Band. 7/15:
Cryin’ Out Loud. 7/19: the Lustre Kings. 7/26:
the Joey Thomas Big Band. 7/29: Monkey Gone
Mad. 8/2: Prolonged Exposure. 8/5: Blotto.
8/6: the Wister Quartet. 8/9: the Refrigerators.
8/12: Captain Squeeze & the Zydeco Moshers. 8/16:
Sweet Cider. 8/19: Ernie Williams. 8/23: the
Pipe Kings. 8/26: Fear of Flying. 8/27: the
Puppet People. 8/30: Maria Zemantauski and friends.
Guilderland Performing Arts Center
Park, Guilderland, 356-1980.
Tom Chapin. 6/22: Brian Patneaude Quartet.
6/29: Guilderland Town Band. 7/6: Skip Parsons’
Riverboat Jazz Band. 7/13: Annie & the Hedonists.
7/20: Guilderland Town Band. 7/27: No Outlet.
8/3: Burners U.K. 8/10: Guilderland Town Band.
8/17: Fear of Flying. 8/24: Hair of the Dog.
Jazz on Jay
Street, Schenectady, 382-3884 ext. 14, www.albanyjazz.com.
John Dworkin Quartet. 6/15: Jody Shayne Quartet.
6/22: Skip Parsons. 6/29: Tim Olsen Quintet.
7/6: Ten 27. 7/13: Music by Macintosh. 7/20:
Eric Walentovitch Quartet. 7/27: Sonny & Perley.
8/3: Terry Gordon Quintet. 8/10: Brian Patneaude
Quartet. 8/17: Tommy Verrigni Trio. 8/24: Jack
Fragomeni Trio. 8/31: Paul Mastriani Trio.
Barrington Stage Company
Union St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 236-8888, 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, 2 PM Friday-Sunday.
Stage—June 24-July 16 (Koussevitzky Arts Center, Berkshire
Community College, Pittsfield): The Human Comedy.
July 20-Aug. 5 (Duffin Theater, Lenox Memorial Middle
& High School, Lenox): Wonder of the World. Aug.
10-27 (Barrington Stage, Union Street, Pittsfield):
Ring Round the Moon.
Youth Theatre Production—July 19-Aug. 13 (First Church
of Christ, Scientist, Pittsfield): Fame.
Street, Stockbridge, Mass., (413) 298-5576. Call for performance
Stage—June 20-July 8: Amadeus. July 11-29:
Coastal Disturbances. Aug.1-12: The Night
of the Iguana. Aug. 15-Sept. 2: The Heidi
Unicorn Theatre—Through June 24: The Illusion.
June 28-July 22: Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone?
July 28-Aug 26: The Pilgrim Papers. Aug.29-Oct.
21: Via Dolorosa.
South Regional Community Center—Aug. 3-Aug. 27: Way
for Young Audiences (Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield)—June
28-July 22: James and the Giant Peach. Sept.
8-9: The Wizard of Oz.
Miniature Theatre of Chester
Street, Chester, Mass., (413) 354-7771. Call for performance
5-16: Duet for One. July 19-30: Auntie
and Me. Aug. 2-13: Two Rooms. Aug.
16-27: Rounding Third.
performances take place at 70 Kemble St., Lenox, Mass.,
(413) 637-1199. Call for performance times.
April at Shakespeare &
Theatre—Through Sept. 2: Enchanted April.
July 1-Aug. 27: Hamlet. July 13-Sept.
2: The Merry Wives of Windsor. Aug.1-Sept.
2: Martha Mitchell Calling and No Background
Events: June 23-Sept. 2: Free Outdoor Bankside Festival:
June 23-Sept.2: Elizabethan Merriment for Everyone.
July 1-Sept. 2: Preludes (before most Founders’
performances). July 4: The Declaration of
Independence. June 23-Aug. 26: The
Servant of Two Masters. Aug. 6-30: Wild
and Whirling Words.
Williamstown Theatre Festival
Mass. Ticket orders: (413) 597-3400; 24-hour information
line: (413) 597-3399. Call for performance times.
Stage—July 5-July 16: Anything Goes. July
19-30: Sweet Bird of Youth. Aug. 2-13:
Romeo and Juliet. Aug. 16-27: Double Double.
Stage—July 12-23: Lucy and the Conquest. July
26-Aug. 6: A Nervous Smile. Aug. 9-20:
The Opposite of Sex.
Adirondack Theatre Festival
R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls, 798-7479. Call for performance
21-July 1: All is Not. July 5-11: Bomb-itty
of Errors. July 19-29: A Number. July
24-25: Bad Cat.
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 892-2241. Call for performance
Project: 2006: July 28-Aug. 6: Julius Caesar.
Aug. 4-13: Antigone.
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.
16-July 2: Always . . . Patsy Cline. July
21-Aug. 19: Five Course Love.
Old Loudon Road, Latham, 877-PLAY (7529). Performances 8
PM Wednesday-Saturday; 2 PM Sunday.
9-July 1: Tuesdays with Morrie. July 14-Aug.
25: Greater Tuna.
203, Chatham, 392-9292. Call for performance times.
8-18: South Pacific. June 22-July 2:
Fiddler on the Roof. July 6-16: Funny Girl.
July 20-Aug. 6: Cats. Aug. 10-20:
Guys and Dolls. Aug. 24-Sept. 3: Gigi.
Park Amphitheater, Albany, 434-0776. Performances 8 PM Thursday-Sunday.
Park Playhouse II performances 5:30 PM Thursday-Sunday.
11-Aug. 20: Beauty and the Beast. Aug. 1-13:
Springs Congress Park, Saratoga, 884-4947. Performances
18-30: The Tempest.
Cross St., Hudson, 822-9667. Call for performance times.
5-23: I Am My Own Wife. Aug. 23-Sept. 10:
20, New Lebanon, 794-8989. Performances 8 PM Thursday-Friday;
5 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 2 and 7 PM Sunday.
16-25: Caught in the Net. June 29-July 9:
The Graduate. July 13-23: Deathtrap. July
27-Aug. 6: Fascinatin’ Gershwin. Aug. 10-20:
The Spitfire Grill. Aug. 24-Sept. 3: Urinetown.
Dorset Theatre Festival
Vt., (802) 867-5777. Performances 8 PM Tuesday-Friday; 2PM
Wednesday; 8 PM; 4 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 3 PM Sunday.
15-24: Moonlight and Magnolias. June 29-July
15: A Murder is Announced. July 20-Aug. 5:
Tom Jones. Aug. 10-26: Peter Pan. Aug.
31-Sept. 10: The Glass Menagerie.
Center for the Arts, Route 9 and Gypsy Lane, Bennington,
Vt., (802) 447-0564. Call for performance times.
9-25: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? July
14-30: Dracula. Aug. 18-Sept. 3: Engaging
Fairs, Festivals & Special Events
June-September: 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. 382-7890.
June 10: Art on Lark. Lark Street, Albany. Visit
Lark Street and enjoy 75 artists’ displays, People’s Choice
Art Show and the Creative Chaos Arts area, noon-5. firstname.lastname@example.org
June 10: Catskill’s Second Saturday. Catskill. The
day of culture kicks off with the Greene County Council
on Arts’ 30th anniversary picnic, a leisurely afternoon
of arts and music. In the evening, there will be a series
of theme-related arts events. 943-0380.
June 10: KinderCrafter Fair on the grounds of the
James Vanderpoel House, Broad Street, Kinderhook. 10 AM-4
PM, rain or shine. Sponsored by the Kinderhook Business
and Professional Association. Crafts, music, food, fun for
June 10: Washington Park Lobster Festival. Washington
Park, Albany. A variety of food items and entertainment
will be available in addition to lobster and steak dinners
for purchase. Proceeds benefit Literacy Volunteers Mohawk/Hudson,
Albany Booster Club and Albany Rotary Foundation. www.albanyrotary.org
June 10-11: Annual Arts Festival. City Park, Glens
Falls. The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council hosts
this two-day arts festival, featuring 160 booths of arts
and crafts, music and food, rain or shine, 10 AM-5 PM both
days, www.LARAC.org or 798-1144.
June 10-11: The Violet Festival. Dolgeville. Art,
music, flower show, parade, fireworks and more.
June 10-11: Zonta Country Faire. Homemade crafts,
kiddie corner, food booth and raffle, Sat. 10-5; Sun 10-4.
June 11: Capital Pride Festival. Washington Park,
Albany. Parade starts at noon. Festival entertainment begins
at 1 PM. Local musicians, local food, kids activities, HIV
tests, and more. www.cdglcc.org.
June 11: Flag Day Parade. Troy. Airborne jugglers
and stilt walkers performing an array of feats on unicycles
and stilts while sculpting balloons, stepping offer at 1
June 11: Annual Spring Gala. A tented affair with
music, food and drink, silent auction, and garden games
at the historic Gardener’s House. Reservations required.
Noon-3 PM. (845) 889-8851 ext. 346
June 11-Aug. 16: Cooperstown Music Festival. Cooperstown.
Ten concerts over 10 weeks, featuring joyous performances
by world-class cellists, violinists and more. www.cooperstownmusicfest.org
or (877) 666-7421.
June 15: Strawberry Festival. Trinity United Methodist
Church, Albany. Homemade biscuits, real whipped cream, coffee
and, of course, strawberries, 5-7:30 PM. 463-1293.
June 17: Antiques Auction and First Columbians Champagne
Reception. James Vanderpoel House, Kinderhook. Live
auction followed by dinners in private homes. Hors d’oeuvres,
champagne, music, silent auction. Preview noon-5, auction
begins 5; admission fee. 758-9265
June 17: Outkasts Car Show. 1000 Acres Ranch Resort,
Stony Creek. Street rods, antiques, muscle cars and motorcycles.
June 17: Lumberjack Show. Veteran’s Memorial Park,
Bolton Landing. Olympics of the Forest Show, log rolling,
crosscut sawing and more. 644-3831.
June 17: Troy River Festival. Arts and music festival,
featuring music from World Party, Tally Hall and others.
Juried arts event to feature 50 artists, painters, potters,
metalsmithing. There will be food and magic, too. 10 AM-6
June 17: Visual and Performing Arts. Salamack’s,
Upper Union Street, Schenectady. Five locally based performance
acts to perform. 393-1130.
June 17-Sept. 4: 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. 584-0746 or www.yaddo.org/garden.
June 23-25: 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
June 24-25: 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. 622-9584.
June 24-25: Civil War Weekend. Prospect Park, Troy.
Sat 9 AM-5 PM, Sun 9 AM-2:30 PM. Period skirmishes, camps,
dress, goods, and music. Free. 663-7645.
June 24-25: Round Lake Antique Show. The Parks and
Greens of the Village, Round Lake. Authors, martial arts
and dance demos, strolling magician and pipe organ, and
200 dealers. Free. 9 AM-5 PM.
June 24-25: Lake George Summerfest. Shepard Park,
Lake George. Festival includes arts and crafts show as well
as live musical entertainment each day. 668-2688.
June 25: Strawberry Festival. The Berry Patch, Route
22, Stephentown. To benefit the Stephentown Historical Society.
June 30: Independence Day Fireworks. Freedom Park,
Scotia, 9:15 PM. The Outta Hand Band performs at 8 PM.
June 30, July 1-2: Waterford Steamboat Meet. Canal
front, Waterford. 10 AM-10 PM. Antique steamboats and steam
engines, historic tugs, Coast Guard vessels, music and vendors
live entertainment. www.town.waterford.ny.us, 233-9123.
July 1-3: The Berkshires Art Festival. Ski Butternut,
Great Barrington, Mass. A wide range of world class art
exhibits and live entertainment. 10 AM-6 PM Fri-Sat; 10
AM-5:30 PM Sun. (800) 834-9437 or www.berkshiresartsfestival.com.
July 1-Aug 13: 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,
10-7, rain or shine. www.sterlingfestival.com.
July 2: Wilmington Fourth of July Fireworks. Baker’s
Field, Wilmington, Vt. www.wilmingtonvermont.us or (802)
July 4: Fireworks over the lake. Lake George Village.
July 4: Wardsboro Annual Parade and Street Fair.
Wardsboro, Vt. This old-fashioned celebration features bands,
floats, clowns, antique cars, crafts and refreshments. Begins
at 10 AM. (802) 896-6141.
July 4: Price Chopper Fabulous Fourth Festivities.
Empire State Plaza, Albany. Food, crafts, entertainment
and fireworks display. 2-10 PM.
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. 371-6667.
July 4: 4th of July Parade. Pittsfield, Mass. Your
Hometown America Parade begins at 10 AM.
July 4: An Old-Fashioned Family Fourth of July. Clermont
State Historic Site, 1 Clermont Ave. (Route 6), Germantown.
18th century music, children’s games and entertainment,
an encampment of Revolutionary War re-enactors, character
interpreters in the Livingston mansion and traditional picnic
fare. The evening will conclude with the Saugerties fireworks
display across the Hudson River from Clermont. 2-10 PM.
July 4: Strawberry Shortcake Festival. Shaker Museum,
Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham. Have strawberry shortcake
for breakfast 9 AM-noon. 794-9100.
July 8: Allstate Blues Fest. Plaza, Albany. Featuring
Chicago Clues Reunion. Noon-10 PM.
July 8: 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 9). 945-1551.
July 8-9: Mountain Culture Festival. Hunter Village
Square, Village of Hunter. Featuring fine crafts, quilt
show, music and food. www.catskillmtn.org or 263-4908 ext.
July 8-9: Masterworks Art & Design Fair. Hancock
Shaker Village, routes 41 and 20, Pittsfield, Mass. Original
shaker crafts, interesting array of food and music. 9:30
AM-5 PM. www.hancockshakervillage.org or (800) 834-9437.
July 8-9: Craft Fair, Shaker Historic Site, near
Albany Airport, Albany. Over 75 crafters, tours, exhibits,
demonstrations, kids’ tent. $4. 456-7890.
July 9: Mechanicville Family Day. Tallmadge Park,
Spring Street, Mechanicville. 8 AM-10 PM. Vendors, rides,
strolling clowns, fireworks. Free. 664-5794.
July 12-16: New England Motel Antiques Market. Brimfield,
Mass. One of the largest antique shows in the Northeast.
Opens 6 AM. (508) 347-2179.
July 15-16, 22-23: 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.
July 18-23: Saratoga County Fair. Saratoga County
Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. Music, food, rides, midway, animals
and cotton candy. 9 AM-midnight. www.saratoga countyfair.org
July 14-15: Green River Festival. Greenfield Community
College, Greenfield, Mass. Music, crafts, food, dancing,
and hot-air balloon rides. (413) 773-5463, www.greenriverfestival.com.
July 15: Corn Celebration. Iroquois Indian Museum,
Howes Cave. Multicultural music festival for all ages to
feature local musicians, Iroquois storytellers and crafts.
11 AM-6 PM. 296-8949.
July 15: Garden Festival. The Adirondack Museum,
Blue Mountain Lake. Garden tours, nature crafts, gardening
tips and techniques, a talk, and the sale of perennials,
garden ornaments, herbal products, and more. 352-7311.
July 15-16: SolarFest: Energy Education Through the Arts.
Forget-Me-Not Farm, McNamara Road, Tinmouth, Vt. Roughly
Featuring keynote speaker James Howard Kuntsler and performers
on two solar-powered stages and a number of workshops on
sustainable living and renewable energy. (603) 847-9049
July 15: Traditional Irish Music Festival. Michael
J. Quill Irish Cultural & Sports Centre, Route 145,
East Durham. Music festival held in the Catskill Mountain
village of East Durham. Traditional artists from all over
the United States and Ireland on multiple stages, includes
dance and music. 634-2286, (800) 434-FEST, www.eastdurham
July 16: 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 16: GE Kids Day. Empire State Plaza, Albany.
Little Bear, puppets, interactive Tae Kwon Do and dancing,
puppets, jugglers and singers. Noon-5 PM. 473-0559.
July 20-23: Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Dodds Farm,
44 CR 7D, Hillsdale. Four stages of contemporary folk, and
a huge dance tent. www.falconridgefolk.com.
July 21-23: Community Band Festival. Shepard Park,
Lake George. 11 AM-9 PM.
July 30: Summer Sun Festival. 1-3 PM. Landis Arboretum,
Lape Road, Esperance. Cook with sunshine, make sun prints,
play shadow tag, drink solar tea, and more. Register by
July 26. 875-6935, www.landisarboretum.org.
Aug. 4-5: Northeast Kingdom Music Festival, Chilly
Ranch, Albany, Vt. Camping, community, culture,
circus acts, poetry, performance, politics,
and, roots & rhythm oriented, eclectic improvisational
music on two stages. www.nekmf.com.
Aug. 4-6: Southern Vermont Art and Craft Festival.
Hildene Meadows, Manchester, Vt. 10 AM-5 PM. Free parking.
No pets. www.craftproducers.com.
Aug. 5: Times Union African-American Family Day.
Empire State Plaza, Albany. This annual community celebration
and musical entertainment featuring Peabo Bryson, Ernie
Williams, Nysa Shenay. Noon-6 PM. 473-0559.
Aug. 9: I Love New York Food Festival. Empire State
Plaza, Albany. Capitol Region’s finest wineries, local breweries
and restauranteurs offer a medley of tastes to please all.
Focusing on homegrown New York state food. Live entertainment.
11 AM-10 PM. 473-0559.
Aug. 12: Capital District Caribbean Carnival Festival.
Central Park, Schenectady. Multicultural carnival, parade
and festival, noon-8:30 PM. 346-7625, www.carama.org.
Aug. 12-13: 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. 263-4223.
Aug. 15-20: Altamont Fair. Altamont Fairgrounds,
Route 146, Altamont. Three-county fair, free grandstand,
three-ring circus, country music, exhibits, petting zoo,
midway, contests and events. 861-6671.
Aug. 15-20: Lake George Family Festival. Shepard
Park, Lake George. This festival features crafts, entertainment,
games and food galore. 668-5771.
Aug. 19-20: International Celtic Festival. Hunter
Mountain Ski Bowl, Hunter. Featuring Hair of the Dog and
plenty of bagpipers and drummers. Festivities include live
entertainment, bagpipe competition and more. Celtic vendors
and kids’ entertainment. 263-4223.
Aug. 19-20: Madison-Bouckville Antiques Show. Route
20 from Madison to Bouckville. More than 1,000 dealers are
expected for this annual antiques extravaganza, 9 AM-5 PM.
Rain or shine. www.bouckvilleantiqueshows.com or (315) 824-2462.
Aug. 19-20: Round Lake Arts & Crafts Festival.
The Historic Park Grounds of Round Lake, 10 AM-5 PM, free
Aug.19-20: Stockbridge Summer Arts and Crafts Show.
Berkshire Botanical Garden. Over 80 exhibitors featuring
ceramics, wood, jewelry, fine art, leather, furniture and
fiber clothing. 10-5 Sat and 10-4 Sun. (413) 298-5200.
Aug 22: 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. 24-Sept.4: New York State Fair. State Fair Grounds,
off I-690, Syracuse. Festival features agricultural exhibits,
a demolition derby, midway, crafts and live entertainment.
Aug. 25-26. Camp Bisco V. Hunter Mountain Ski Resort,
Hunter. Featuring two stages, 15 musical acts and plenty
of non-musical activities. www.campbiscov.com.
Aug. 26: Albany LatinFest. Washington Park Parade
Grounds, Albany. A celebration of the contributions of Hispanics
to the cultural arts, noon-8 PM. The best in Latin music,
Aug. 30-Sept 4. Columbia County Fair. Catham. Crafts,
pettable animals, rides, games, food and many other attractions.
www.columbiafair.com or 758-1811.
Amsterdam Farmers Market
Apartments, 53 Guy Park Ave., Amsterdam
9 AM-1 PM (opens mid-June)
Armory Center Farmers Market
Colvin Ave., Albany
10 AM-3 PM
Ballston Spa Farmers Market
Park, Ballston Spa
3-7 PM (opens mid-June)
Cambridge Farmers Market
Main and Washington Streets, Cambridge
10 AM-2 PM
Canajoharie Farmers Market
block east of West Main and Church streets, Canajoharie
1-5 PM (opens in July)
Capital District Regional Market (Wholesale)
(Route 32) and Route 378, Menands
6 AM-9 AM; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 5:30-8 AM
Chatham Mid-Week Farmers Market
Village Green, Chatham
4-7 PM (opens early July)
Clifton Park/Saratoga Farmers Market
George’s Church, Route 146 at Maxwell Drive, Clifton Park
2-5 PM; Sundays, 10 AM-1 PM
Country Music Festival Farmers Market
& Sons lot, Route 7, Cobleskill
10 AM-2 PM; Wednesdays, 3-5 PM (opens in July)
Delaware Area Neighborhood Farmers Market
James Church, 391 Delaware Ave., Albany
Downtown Albany Farmers Market
Building, State Street and Broadway, Albany
11 AM-2 PM
Empire State Plaza Farmers Market
end, near Legislative Office Building, Albany
and Fridays, 10 AM-2 PM
Federal Plaza Farmers Market
and North Pearl streets, Albany
11 AM-2 PM.
First United Methodist Church Farmers Market
Kenwood Ave., Delmar
Edward Farmers Market
Lanes Parking Lot, Route 4, Fort Edward
10 AM-1 PM
Fort Plain Farmers Market
Willett St., Fort Plain
and Saturdays, 9 AM-3 PM (opens in July)
Glens Falls Farmers Market
Street Pavilion, downtown Glens Falls
Gloversville Farmers Market
Trail Park, W. Fulton and Cayadutta Streets, Gloversville
8 AM-1 PM.
Greenwich Farmers Market
IGA Parking Lot, Main Street, Greenwich
2-5:30 PM (opens early July)
Highland Farmers Market
Village Field, Highland
3-7 PM (opens mid-June)
Hilltown Market Days
Barn, 588 Middle Road, Knox
9 AM-1 PM (opens late July)
Holy Cross Church Farmers Market
Street and Western Avenue, Albany
Hoosick Falls Farmers Market
Memorial Park, Hoosick Falls
2:30-6:30 PM (opens mid-June)
Hudson Farmers Market I
6th and Columbia streets, Hudson
9 AM-1 PM
Hudson Falls Farmers Market
Farms, 190 Lower Dix Ave., Hudson Falls
10 AM-1 PM
Johnstown Farmers Market
Johnstown Hotel, East Main Street, Johnstown
3-6 PM (opens mid-June)
Kinderhook Farmers Market
Square and Green, Kinderhook
8 AM-12:30 PM (opens mid-June)
Lake George Farmers Market
9 across from Gaslight Village, Lake George
10 AM-2 PM
Malta/Saratoga Farmers Market
Community Center, Route 9, Malta
11 AM-2 PM
Middle Granville Farmers Market
Store parking lot, Burgoyne Avenue, Middle Granville
2-5 PM (opens early July)
Queensbury Farmers Market
Lodge, Cronin Road, Queensbury
Rensselaerville Farmers Market
10 AM-1 PM (opens mid-June)
Salem Farmers Market
Town Park, Main Street, Salem
10 AM-1 PM (opens early July)
Saratoga Farmers Market
Rock Park, Saratoga Springs
9 AM-1 PM; Wednesdays, 3-6 PM
Saugerties Farmers Market
and Market Streets, Saugerties
9 AM-2 PM (opens early July)
Schenectady Farmers Market I
Hall, Franklin Street, Schenectady
9 AM-2 PM
Schenectady Farmers Market II
Luke’s Church, 1241 State St., Schenectady
10 AM-3 PM
South Glens Falls/Saratoga Farmers Market
Park, Spring Street, South Glens Falls
11 AM-2 PM
St. Thomas Church Farmers Market
Adams Place, Delmar
State Campus Farmers Market
Office Campus, Building 8A, Albany
10 AM-1:30 PM
Stuyvesant Plaza/McKownville Farmers Market
Plaza, Western Avenue, Guilderland
11 AM-5 PM (opens early July)
Troy Farmers Market
between 3rd and 4th Streets, Troy
10 AM-1:30 PM.
Troy-Rensselaer County Farmers Market
Michaels St. Williams Road, North Greenbush.
Troy Waterfront Farmers Market
Dock and Marina, River Street, Troy
9 AM-1 PM
Upper Union Street Farmers Market
lot between upper Union Street and Eastern Parkway, Schenectady
9 AM-1 PM
Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers Market
Mills Park, River Street, Warrensburg
Watervliet Farmers Market
Shores Park, Broadway and 23rd Street, Watervliet
2:30-5:30 PM (opens in July)
Whitehall Farmers Market
Boulevard (Park) at Canal Street, Whitehall
10 AM-1 PM (opens early July)
Arena, 51 S. Pearl St., Albany. Arena Football League. 487-2000.
10: Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers
17: Louisville Fire
8: Macon Knights
17: Manchester Wolves
Tri-City Valley Cats
L. Bruno Stadium, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy.
New York-Penn League baseball. 629-2287.
20,22: Oneonta Tigers
June 29, 30,1: Vermont Expos
July 2-4: Lowell Spinners
July 5,7: Oneonta Tigers
July 8-10: WPT
15-17: Batavia Muckdogs
July 25-27: Jamestown Jammers
July 31: Oneonta Tigers
1-3: Aberdeen IronBirds
Aug. 8-11: Staten Island Yankees
Aug. 17-19: Hudson Valley Renegades
Aug. 24-25: Lowell Spinners
Aug.26-27: Vermont Expos
28: Oneonta Tigers
30-31: Brooklyn Cyclones
1: Brooklyn Cyclones
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