Sam Miltich Presents "The Improvised Life: Exploring Intersections of Mental Health and Creativity Through Jazz"
Sam Miltich presents The Improvised Life: Exploring Intersections of Mental Health and Creativity Through Jazz.a program highlighting cultural contributions of artists with mental illness and inspiring hope through Sam's own story and compositions. Featuring Chris Bates (bass), Dave Karr (sax) and Nathan Norman (drums).
Sprig of That presents their self-titled EP. Featuring original music by each of the band members and covers of several Appalachian favorites Photo credit: Alison Bents
In this half-hour comedy webisode, four friends struggle to find the perfect gift.
Hot Spot Music's resident banjo instructor, Helen Forsythe, hosts a lightly facilitated bluegrass and old time jam (all instruments welcome, but banjos guaranteed)
Marimba Nova is a trio made up of Jenny Klukken on marimba, Robert Everest on vocals and guitar, and Michael Bissonette on drums. With its unique instrumentation, this ensemble extends the boundaries of Brazilian music by embracing new sounds from the marimba. In fact, “Marimba Nova” translates in Portuguese to “New Marimba”. $15 at the door.
(Photo credit: Shelly Peters Photography)
A one-act play directed by Russ Paladin. See an all-female cast present Chekov's only ghost story!
Our October First Friday performance will feature local basssonist Thea Groth and her "double duo" of two bassoons and two french horns. You won't want to miss this unique combo! $10 at the door.
The dynamic duo of Mark Kreitzer (guitar) and Dan "Daddy Squeeze" Newton (accordion) light up the night with an energetic set straight from the patio of a picturesque French bistro. $10 at the door.
Tim Hollinger and Helen Forsythe bring a blend of old time, bluegrass, folk, and blues with their banjos, guitars, and voices.