Beauty at the Center for Photography at Woodstock
Columbia St., 161 Washington Ave., Albany, 462-4775.
June 30: Stencil, Tint, Print, works by Chris
Stain, Robert Gullie and Laura Glazer. July 10-Aug. 18:
Works by Michael P. Farrell and Joseph Putrock. Aug. 28-Oct.
6: Weaving Meaning, works by Arlene Baker
and Ralph Caparulo.
Institute of History & Art
Washington Ave., Albany, 463-4478.
Aug. 12: Playing with Clay: Frank Giorgini’s Udu Drums,
Tile Murals and More. Through Dec. 31: Full
Steam Ahead: Robert Fulton and the Age of Steamboats.
June 16-Sept. 2: Parallel Passages: Lynn Davis at
the Sites of Frederic E. Church. June 16-Aug. 26:
Luminosity: The Paintings of Stephen Hannock.
International Airport Gallery
Sept. 30: 2007 Mohawk Hudson Regional Juried Exhibition.
Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on-Hudson,
July 7: Feelings, works by Martin Creed.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-4539.
June 24: The void that holds pebbles and stars in
their place, minipaintings by Lucio Pozzi.
Center for the Arts
Gypsy Lane, Vermont Route 9, Bennington, Vt., (802)
June 17: Portals to Our Past: The Covered Bridge in
Art and History, joint exhibition with the Bennington
Main Street, Bennington, Vt., (802) 447-1571.
June 23: Obsessed, works by Nancy E. Winters.
Through June 30: June Arts Festival, featuring works
by Jan Lourie. June 23-Aug.19: Rockwell
Kent to Norman Rockwell: The Arlington Artistic Community.
Aug. 5-Oct. 31: Masters of Impressionism.
South St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 443-7171.
Oct. 7: East Meets West. July 1-Sept. 3: KidStuff:
Great Toys from Our Childhood.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-1915.
12-Aug. 12: Works by Stevan Jennis, Jessica Houston, Jenny
Nelson and Allyson Levy. Aug. 16-Sept. 16: Works by Mark
Beard, Tom Hoadley and Tjibbe Hoogheimstra.
for Photography at Woodstock
Tinker St., Woodstock, (845) 679-9957.
9-Aug. 18: Photography Now 2007. June 9-Aug.
18: Rough Beauty, photographs by Dave Anderson.
Glen St., Glens Falls, 793-2826.
Sept. 16: Outside the House: From the Front Porch
to the Back Yard.
South St., Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-9545.
24-Sept.16: The Unknown Monet: Pastels and Drawings.
Through Sept. 3: Dutch Dialogues. Through
July 8: In Search of Lost Time: Ruins in Photography.
Broadway, Troy, 272-6811.
June 27: Flowers & Mountains, works by
Christopher Murray. June 29-July 27: Egg Tempera Paintings
by Jon Gernon. July 29-Aug. 28: Works by Robert Moylan.
County Council on the Arts
Warren St., Hudson. 671-6213.
9-Aug. 4: Collaborations.
Greene Community College
Route 23, Hudson, 828-4181.
Aug. 22: Student art show.
West Bay Road, Amherst, Mass., (413) 658-1100.
Sept. 2: The Art of Eric Carle: Eric Carle Picture
Writer. Through Dec. 9: Birds of a Feather:
The Art of Eric Carle and Leo Lionni.
Road, Route 80, Cooperstown, (888) 547-1499.
Oct. 31: Ice Cream: Our Cool Obsession.
Road, Route 80, Cooperstown, (607) 547-1400.
Sept. 4: Treasures from the Frederic Remington Art
Museum. Through Dec. 30: America’s Ancient
Past: Art of the Mounds and Canyon People. Through
Dec. 30: Myth & Reality: The Art of the Great
Plains. Through Dec. 30: Folk Art on Fire.
Through Dec. 30: Panoramas of Pride: Nineteenth-Century
Bird’s-Eye Views of the Empire State. Through Dec.
30: American Portraiture as Document and Expression.
Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock, (845) 679-0027.
June 18: Ordinary Magic, works by Keith Carter.
June 22-July 23: Metaphysical Ground, works
by Vincent Serbin. 6/22-7/23. July 27-Sept. 3: Painted photographs
by Brigitte Carnochan.
Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-0818.
June 23: Works by Laura Van Rosk and Joanne Axford. June
28-July 28: NYC Ballet photography by Paul Kolnik. Aug.
2-Sept. 1: Horse of a Different Color, works
by Audrey Romano.
County Council on the Arts Catskill Gallery
Main St., Catskill, 943-3400.
June 16: About Face—6 Artists Not Afraid of U-Turns.
Through June 16: Fallen Angels, works by Philip
Chan. June 23-Aug.4: Pet Show, a group exhibition.
June 23-Aug. 4: works by Molly Pomerance. Aug. 11-Sept.
29. On the Road, a group exhibition. Aug.
11-Sept. 29: works by Johanne Renbeck.
County Council on the Arts Mountaintop Gallery
Street, Windham, 943-3400.
16-July 29: Journeys in Clay 2007. July 29-Sept.
22: Seen the Glory, works inspired by the
Civil War, slavery, and 19th-century life.
Warren St., Hudson, 822-1438.
16-July 14: Paradox and Conformity, works
by Richard Deon.
Warren St., Glens Falls, 792-1761.
Sept. 16: Luminist Horizons: The Art and Collection
of James A. Suydam. Through Sept. 23: Drawn
from Life and Legend: European Works on Paper from the Permanent
Caverns Road, Howes Cave, 296-8949.
Oct. 14: Cultural Contrasts: Contemporary Iroquois
Tinker St., Woodstock, (845) 679-2079.
June 24: Americans Who Tell the Truth, paintings
by Robert Shetterly.
George Arts Project
Gallery, Canada and Lower Amherst streets, Lake George Village,
June 16: Glazed Over, works by Elizabeth Emery.
July 7-Aug. 10: Works by Clayton Merrill.
Gallery, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls, 798-1144.
21-July 28.Organic Expressions, summer exhibition
features Christine French, Alice Wand, Gary E. Larsen, and
Main St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-0471.
14-July 8: Flora. July 12-Aug. 12: Ex
Marshall St., North Adams, Mass., (413) 664-4481.
fall: Made at MASS MoCA. Through October:
works by Erik van Lieshout. Through spring 2008: Spencer
Finch: What Time Is It on the Sun? Through
spring 2008: The Believers. Opening
June 15: Pavilion, long-term installation
by Dré Wapenaar. Opening June 15: long-term installation
by Fransje Killaars.
Museum of Dance
South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-2225.
Oct. 2008: On Broadway.
Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
Union Ave., Saratoga Springs, 584-0400.
22, 2007-Jan. 31, 2008: The Voss Family, Artists of
American Sporting Life. July 22, 2007-Jan. 31, 2008:
California Images: The Racing Photography of William
Mochon. July 22, 2007-Jan. 31, 2008: The Racing
Art Collection of Charles H. Thieriot Collection.
York State Museum
State Plaza, Albany, 474-5877.
Aug. 19: Alex Katz: Selections from the Whitney Museum
of American Art. Through Sept. 3: Best of SUNY Student
Art Exhibition. Through Dec. 31: Look-Alikes: The
Amazing World of Joan Steiner.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-5090.
9-July 21: Altered States, works by Michal
Bachi and Cynthia Greig.
Norman Rockwell Museum
Mass., (413) 298-4100.
9-Oct. 27: American Beauty: Al Parker and the Age
of Glamour, 1940-1960.
N. Main St., Salem, 854-3406.
July 19: The Year of the Horse: The Barn.
July 22-Sept. 4: The Year of the Horse:
Colleges, 140 New Scotland Ave., Albany, 292-1778.
June 29: works by Jean Dahlgren, Melanie Printup Hope, Willie
Marlowe, and Linda Morrell.
Center of the Capital District
River St., Troy, 273-0100.
8-July 15: 12 Ways to View a Figure.
County Historical Society
Second St., Troy, 272-7232.
Through June 30: One Hundred Years of a Day in the Park,
chronicling the centennial of Prospect Park.
Terrace Heights, Schenectady. 382-7890.
23-Aug. 26: Vale Park: Science in the Park.
Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, 580-5849.
June 24: Then & Now, works by seven Skidmore
alumni. June 8-Aug. 8: outdoor sculpture works by Pat Musick.
July 5-Sept. 23: Regis Brodie: A Retrospective.
College Museum of Art
College, Northampton, Mass., (413) 585-3587.
June 17: Earthworks on Paper. Through July
8: Abandoned Beauty: A Photographic Excursion Through
19th-Century Egypt. Through Aug. 24. Aesthetics
of the Sacred: The Buddhist Art of Tibet. Through
Sept. 29. Framework III: Restoring the Boundaries.
June 15-Sept. 9: Medea and Her Sisters: Leonard Baskin’s
Images of Women. June 29-Sept. 30: Ansel Adams.
Aug. 31-Dec. 2: The Dream of Italy.
203, Spencertown, 392-3693.
June 24: On Your Mark: Contemporary Drawing.
Teaching Museum and Gallery
College, 815 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-8080.
June 17: Martin Kersels: Heavyweight Champion.
Through Aug. 12: Alumni Invitational 2. July 14-Dec. 29:
West African Masquerade, photographs by Phyllis
Gallery, Nott Memorial, Schenectady, 388-6714.
June 17: 1 x Fourteen, senior exhibition.
at Albany, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany, 442-4035.
12-Sept. 30: Works by Judith Linhares and James Siena.
Lark St., Albany, 426-3501.
June 30: Send. Through June 30: People’s Choice.
July 6-31: Black & White. Aug. 3-30:
Gallery, Hubbard Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, 677-2765.
16-July 4: Paintings by Carolyn Kibbe. July 7-25: Paintings
by Geri MacDonald. July 28-Aug. 15: Paintings by Ruth Hamilton.
Aug. 24-Sept. 12: Paintings by Stu Eichel.
N. Main St., Albany, 453-6600.
June 29: People and Places of Mexico, works
by Audrey Grendahl Kuhn.
College Museum of Art
Mass., (413) 597-2429.
July 8: The Moon is Broken: Photography from Poetry,
Poetry from Photography. July 8-Nov. 11: Making
It New: The Art and Style of Sara & Gerald Murphy.
composer-in-residence Krzysztof Penderecki
College, Olin Hall, Annandale-on-Hudson; The Daniel Arts
Center at Simon’s Rock College, Great Barrington, Mass.;
Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., (800) 875-7156.
29 (8 PM, Bard); June 30 (5 PM, Daniel Arts Center); July
1 (3 PM, Clark): 35th Anniversary Concert. July 6 (8 PM,
Bard); July 7 (5 PM, Daniel Arts Center): 18th-Century Italian
Virtuoso Music for Violin and Guitar. July 13 (8 PM, Bard);
July 14 (5 PM, Daniel Arts Center); July 15 (3 PM, Clark):
Bach at the Court of Frederick the Great. July 20 (8 PM,
Bard); July 21 (5 PM, Daniel Arts Center): Wit and Wisdom
of the French Baroque. July 27 (8 PM, Bard); July 28 (5
PM, Daniel Arts Center); July 29 (3 PM, Clark): Mostly Monteverdi.
Aug. 3 (8 PM, Bard); Aug. 4 (5 PM, Daniel Arts Center):
The Passion of Purcell.
Music Festival: Elgar and His World
College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900. The two-weekend
festival is presented at various venues on the Bard campus.
10 (8 PM, Sosnoff Theater): Daedalus Quartet, Bard
Festival Chorale, members of the American Symphony
Orchestra. Aug. 11 (1:30 PM, Olin Hall): Bard Festival
Chorale and Chamber Players, Daedalus Quartet,
pianist Simone Dinnerstein. Aug. 11 (5 PM, Olin Hall):
Performance with commentary by Kenneth Hamilton.
Aug. 11 (Sosnoff Theater, 8 PM): American Symphony Orchestra,
pianist Piers Lane. Aug. 12 (1:30 PM, Olin Hall):
Claremont Trio, pianist Melvin Chen, Bard
Festival Chamber Players, tenor William Ferguson,
baritone Weston Hurt. Aug 12 (5:30 PM, Olin Hall):
Laura Ahlbeck, oboe; Randolph Bowman, flute;
members of the American Symphony Orchestra. Aug.
17 (8 PM, Sosnoff Theater): Jupiter String Quartet,
mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke, pianist Jeremy Denk,
tenor William Ferguson, pianist Piers Lane.
Aug. 18 (10 AM, Olin Hall): performance with commentary
by Derek Scott. Aug. 18 (1:30 PM, Olin Hall): Bard
Festival String Quartet, Claremont Trio. Aug.
18 (8 PM, Sosnoff Theater): American Symphony Orchestra.
Aug. 19 (1:30 PM, Olin Hall): Bard Festival Chorale,
soprano Carolyn Betty, cellist Sophi Shao,
Bard Festival String Quartet. Aug. 19 (5:30 PM, Olin
Hall): Bard Festival Chorale, soprano Carolyn
Betty, tenor Vinson Cole, American Symphony
Valley Chamber Music Circle
Hall, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900.
Performances begin at 8 PM.
16: Claremont Trio. June 23: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson
Busch Opera Theatre, Cooperstown, (607) 547-2255 or www.glimmerglass.org.
Evening and matinee performances. Call for times and complete
7-Aug. 26: Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld.
July 8-Aug. 28: Gluck’s Orphée et Eurydice. July
21-Aug. 27: Glass’ Orphée. July 28-Aug. 25: Monteverdi’s
L’Orfeo. Aug. 5, 19: Haydn’s L’Anima del Filosofo.
Little Theatre, Saratoga Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga
Springs, 584-6018 or www.lakegeorgeopera.org.
27, July 2 (2 PM); June 30, July 7 (7:30 PM): Puccini’s
La Bohème. June 28 (7:30 PM); July 1, 3 (2 PM): Kirke’s
Tartuffe. July 6 (7:30 PM); July 8 (2 PM): Offenbach’s
La Vie Parisienne.
Winds at Maverick Concert Hall
Concert Hall, Maverick Road (off Route 375), Rosendale,
(845) 679-8217 or www.maverickconcerts.org.
24 (3 PM): Imani Winds. June 30 (6 PM): Pedja
Muzijevic and Joel Fan, piano duo. July 1 (3
PM): Calder Quartet. July 7 (6 PM): Julia Bentley,
mezzo-soprano and Babette Hierholzer, piano. July
8 (3 PM): Daedalus Quartet with pianist Fredric
Chiu. July 15 (3 PM): Ying Quartet, with pianist
Elinor Freer. July 21 (8 PM) Jason Vieaux,
guitar. July 22 (3 PM): Pacifica Quartet. July 28
(6 PM): Nancy Allen Lundy, soprano and Pedja Muzijevic,
piano. July 29 (3 PM): Ursala Oppens, piano. Aug.
4 (6 PM): Tokyo String Quartet. Aug. 5 (3 PM): Saint
Lawrence String Quartet. Aug. 11 (6 PM): Livia Sohn,
violin and Natalie Zhu, piano. Aug. 12 (3 PM): Shanghai
Quartet. Aug. 19 (3 PM): Trio Solisti. Aug. 25
(6 PM): Rossetti String Quartet. Amernet String
Quartet, with pianist James Tocco. Sept. 1: Maverick
Chamber Players with soprano Patrice Michaels.
at the Lake Concerts
Sembrich Opera Museum, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing.
Other venues as noted. Concerts from July 24-29 are part
of the Janacek Festival. 644-9839 or www.operamuseum.org.
16 (3 PM): Young Performer’s Showcase. June 27 (1:30 PM):
Singers from the Seagle Music Colony. July 11 (1:30
PM): Silver Bay Ensemble. July 17 (7:30 PM, Hyde
Collection Art Museum, Glens Falls): Duo Scarbo.
July 25 (7:30 PM): Pianist Diana Fanning and cellist
Dieuwke Davydov. July 26 (7:30 PM, Hyde Collection
Art Museum, Glens Falls): William Ferguson, tenor;
Mary Ann McCormack, mezzo-soprano; Stephen Philcox,
piano. July 27 (7:30 PM): Lake George Theater Lab
and Zemlinsky Quartet present the U.S. premiere of
Friel’s Performances. July 28 (7:30 PM): Zemlinsky
Quartet, Luzerne Chamber Players. July 29 (2
PM): Reprise of Performances. Aug. 1 (1:30 PM, Bolton
Central School, Bolton Landing) Alex Lombard, piano.
Aug. 4 (10 AM): Children’s opera The Goose Girl performed
by Seagle Colony Artists. Aug. 10 (7:30 PM): Regimental
Balladeers and mezzo-soprano Gisella Case. Aug.
17 (7:30 PM): Bel Canto Singers. Sept. 1 (7:30 PM):
Christopher Johnson, piano.
Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, 677-2495 or www.hubbardhall.org.
14 (8 PM): Works by Ives, Ron, Harbison and Shostakovich
performed by Judith Eissenberg (violin) Rhonda
Rider (cello) and Judith Gordon (piano). July
22 (3 PM): Katie Lansdale (violin), Matthias Naegele
(cello) and Florence Millet (piano) will perform
works by Schumann, Brahms and Mendelssohn. Aug. 4 (8 PM):
A program of vocal works by Barber, Foster, Cowell and Adams
performed by an ensemble featuring mezzo-soprano Mary
Nessinger. Aug. 12 (3 PM): Krista River (mezzo-soprano),
Judith Gordon (piano), Adam Kuenzel (flute)
and Dorothea Wolff (cello) will perform works by
Mozart, Debussy, Reinecke, Villa-Lobos and Ravel.
Choral Festival 2007
Baptist Church, 43 Washington St., Saratoga Springs, (518)
791-0185. Performance at 7 PM.
19: Rutter’s Gloria; Finzi’s Lo, the Full, Final
Sacrifice; Purcell’s Funeral Music for Queen Mary;
and Vaughn Williams’ a capella Shakespeare Songs.
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 PM unless noted. Unless otherwise
noted, all concerts feature conductor Charles Dutoit.
1: Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and guest vocal
soloists will be featured on Beethoven’s Overture to Coriolan
and the Symphony No. 9. Aug. 2: Erich Kunzel
will conduct a program of popular selections from Broadway
musicals. Aug. 3: Cellist Gautier Capuçon and violinist
Renaud Capuçon will be featured on Brahms’ Double
Concerto, plus works by Prokofiev and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Aug. 4: works by Weber, Stravinsky and Ravel. Pianist Emanuel
Ax will be featured on Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.
22. Aug. 8: Cellist Yo-Yo Ma will be featured
on cello concertos by Shostakovich and Saint-Saëns, plus
works by Sibelius and Debussy. Aug. 9: Itzhak Perlman
will be featured on Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5,
plus works by Repighi and Elgar. Aug. 10: An evening of
Latin- and Spanish-influenced music, with featured guest
Daniel Binelli (bandoneón). Works by Piazzolla, Charbrier,
Rimsky-Korsakov and Ravel. Aug. 11 (2 PM): Luis Biava
conducts a fun, family-oriented program of works by Glinka,
Beethoven, Khachaturian, Bach, Dukas, Saint-Saëns and more.
Aug. 15: Joshua Bell (violin) will be featured on
Barber’s Violin Concerto, plus works by Tchaikovsky
and Rossini. Aug. 16: The Tchaikovsky Spectacular, with
guests Kirill Gerstein (piano) and Steven Isserlis
(cello). Aug. 17: Composer-in-residence Krzysztof Penderecki
will conduct his Symphony No. 2. Charles Dutoit will
conduct Grieg’s Piano Concerto, featuring André
Watts, and Beethoven’s Overture to Fidelio. Aug.
18: Jean-Yves Thibaudet will be featured on Chopin’s
Piano Concerto No. 2. Also works by Berlioz (Symphonie
Fantastique) and Stravinsky (Circus Polka).
Chamber Music Festival
members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, with guests as noted.
The music director is Chantal Juillet. The composer-in-residence
is Bright Sheng.
31 (8 PM): the Claremont Trio will perform works
by Beethoven, Schoenfield and Brahms. Aug. 5 (2:15 PM):
Emanuel Ax (piano), Gautier Capuçon (cello),
Renaud Capuçon and Chantal Juillet (violins)
will be featured in an all-Brahms program. Aug. 7 (8 PM):
a tribute to Schubert and Stravinsky featuring one chamber
work by each. Aug. 11 (8 PM): Program to be announced. Aug.
12 (2:15 PM): Tokyo String Quartet will perform works
by Beethoven, Auerbach and Schumann. Aug. 14 (8 PM): Kirill
Gerstein (piano), Steven Isserlis (cello), Chantal
Juillet (violin) will be featured on works by Penderecki,
Schumann and Beethoven. Aug. 19 (2:15 PM): Kirill Gerstein
and Jean-Yves Thibaudet (pianos), Chantal Juillet
(violin) will be featured on works by Penderecki and Rachmaninov.
Mass., (413) 637-5165 or www.tanglewood.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. Concerts are performed at
Ozawa Hall unless otherwise noted.
1 (2:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Emerson String Quartet will
present an all-Beethoven program. July 5 (8:30 PM, Ozawa
Hall): Juilliard String Quartet will present an all-Bartók
program. July 6 (8:30 PM, Shed): James Levine will
conduct the Boston Symphony Orchestra in works
by Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky. July 7 (8:30 PM, Shed):
Cellist Lynn Harrell will be featured soloist with
the Boston Symphony Orchestra. July 8 (2:30 PM, Shed):
André Previn will conduct the BSO in works
by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev. July 10 (8:30
PM, Shed): Keith Lockhart conducts the Boston
Pops and Tanglewood Music Center Vocal Fellows
in a concert presentation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel.
July 12 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Hespèrion XXI, directed
by Jordi Savall. July 13 (8:30 PM, Shed): André
Previn conducts the BSO in works by Mozart, Haydn
and Ravel, with guest cellist Daniel Müller-Schott.
July 14 (8:30 PM, Shed): James Levine conducts the
BSO and vocalists in Mahler’s Symphony No. 3.
July 15 (2:30 PM, Shed): The BSO will perform works
by Strauss, Mahler, Delius and Sibelius. July 17 (8:30 PM,
Ozawa Hall): Boston Symphony Chamber Players will
perform works by Schumann, Barber and Mahler. July 20 (8:30
PM, Shed): Mark Elder conducts the BSO in
an all-Beethoven program. July 21 (8:30 PM, Shed): Hans
Graf conducts the BSO in an all-Beethoven program.
July 22 (2:30 PM, Shed): Jens Georg Bachmann conducts
the BSO, with guest pianist Leon Fleisher,
in an all-Beethoven program. July 25 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall):
Netherlands Bach Society will perform Bach’s Mass
in B-minor. July 26 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Netherlands
Bach Society will perform a program of Bach’s secular
cantatas. July 27 (8:30 PM, Shed): Kurt Masur will
conduct the BSO in a program of Prokofiev and Beethoven,
with guest violinist Joshua Bell. July 28 (7:30 PM,
Shed): James Levine will conduct the Tanglewood
Music Center Orchestra in Verdi’s Don Carlo.
July 29 (2:30 PM, Shed): Kurt Masur will conduct
the BSO in an all-Mozart program. Aug. 3 (8:30 PM,
Shed): James Levine will conduct the BSO in
works by Beethoven, Mozart, Harbison and Ravel. Aug. 4 (8:30
PM, Shed): Edo De Waart will conduct the BSO,
with guest Yo-Yo Ma, in an all-Dvorák program. Aug.
8 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard
will perform works by Schumann, Bach, Carter and Benjamin.
Aug. 10 (8:30 PM, Shed): James Levine will conduct
the BSO and pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard
in works by Ives, Carter, Ravel and Bartók. Aug. 11 (8:30
PM, Shed): Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos will conduct
the BSO, with guest Itzhak Perlman, in works
by Schumann, Bruch and Stravinsky. Aug. 12 (2:30 PM, Shed):
Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos will conduct the BSO,
with guest Emanuel Ax, in works by Mozart and Haydn.
Aug. 15 (8:30 PM, Shed): Tanglewood on Parade with the BSO,
Boston Pops, TMC Orchestra and conductors
James Levine, John Williams, Keith Lockhart
and Rafael Frübeck de Burgos performing Brahms, Tchaikovsky
and more. Aug. 16 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Baritone José
Van Dam in recital with pianist Craig Rutenberg,
performing songs by Fauré, Duparc, Debussy and Poulenc.
Aug. 17 (8:30 PM, Shed): James Levine conducts the
BSO in works by Bartók and Brahms. Aug. 18 (8:30
PM, Shed): James Levine conducts the BSO,
with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and guest singers,
in Berlioz’ La Damnation of Faust. Aug. 19 (2:30
PM, Shed): Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos will conduct
the TMC Orchestra, with guest singers and the Tanglewood
Festival Chorus in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.
Aug. 21 (8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Orchestra of the Eighteenth
Century will present an all-Schubert program. Aug. 22
(8:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century
will perform works by Rameau and Beethoven. Aug. 25 (8:30
PM, Shed): John Williams will conduct the Boston
Pops Esplanade Orchestra for Film Night at Tanglewood.
Aug. 26 (8:30 PM, Shed): Keith Lockhart will conduct
the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra in an all-Gershwin
Chamber Music Festival
Performing Arts Center, Main and Church streets, Windham,
734-3868. Performances are at 8 PM.
23: Trio Solisti. July 14: Windham Festival Chamber
Orchestra. Aug. 11: Ethel.
9G, Annadale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7948.
7-9, 14-16: Dance Across Borders. July 5-8: Bard
SummerScape 2007. July 6-8, 12, 14-15: Susan Marshall
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845.
8: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Aug. 11:
Ajkun Ballet Theatre: Romeo and Juliet.
Miller Company at Jacob’s Pillow
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 20-24: Nina Ananiashvili and the State
Ballet of Georgia. June 27-July 1: Coleman Lemieux
& Compagnie. July 4-8: Nederlands Dans Theater
II. July 11-15: Dancers of the Royal Danish Ballet.
July 18-22: Paul Taylor Dance Company. July 25-29:
Mimulus. Aug. 1-5: Ballet du Grand Théâtre de
Genève. Aug. 7-11: Mark Morris Dance Group. Aug.
15-19: Henri Oguike Dance Company. Aug. 19: A
Jazz Happening. Aug. 22-26: Hubbard Street Dance
Duke Studio Theatre—June 28-July 1: Aurélia Thierée.
July 5-8: Club Guy & Roni. July 12-15: Big
Dance Theater. July 19-22: Chunky Move. July
26-29: Bad Boys of Dance. Aug. 2-5: Reggie Wilson/Fist
& Heel Performance Group. Aug. 9-12: nathantrice/RITUALS.
Aug. 16-29: Bridgman/Packer Dance. Aug. 20-22, 24-25:
Invisible Wings. Aug. 23-26: Bebe Miller Company.
York City Ballet
Performing Arts Center, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 587-3330.
New York City Ballet is in residence July 3-21. Performances
are at 8 PM Tuesday-Saturday, with 2 PM matinees on Thursdays
3 (8 PM): Square Dance, Agon,
Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2. July 4 (8 PM):
Raymonda Variations, Apollo,
Stars and Stripes. July 5 (2 PM): Square Dance,
Apollo, Stars and Stripes. July 6
(8 PM): Romeo and Juliet. July 7 (2 PM): Romeo
and Juliet. July 7 (8 PM): Tschaikovsky Piano
Concerto No. 2, Agon, Stars
and Stripes. July 10 (8 PM): Romeo and Juliet.
July 11 (8 PM): Romeo and Juliet. July 12
(2 PM): Circus Polka, Raymonda Variations,
Wheeldon Ballet, The Four Temperaments.
July 12 (8 PM): Serenade, Dybbuk,
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2. July 13
(8 PM): Apollo, Dances at a Gathering,
Symphony in Three Movements. July 14 (2 PM):
Circus Polka, Serenade, Agon,
Symphony in Three Movements. July 14 (8 PM):
Carousel, Middle Duet, Tarantella,
Aurora’s Wedding. July 17 (8 PM): Wheeldon
Ballet, Dybbuk, Symphony in
Three Movements. July 18 (8 PM): Jewels.
July 19 (2 PM): Jewels. July 19 (8 PM): Serenade,
Circus Polka, Jeu de Cartes,
Aurora’s Wedding. July 20 (8 PM): Wheeldon
Ballet, Dances at a Gathering, The
Four Temperaments. July 21 (2 PM): Circus
Polka, Jeu de Cartes, The Four
Temperaments, Aurora’s Wedding. July
21 (8 PM): Jewels.
State St., Schenectady, 346-6204.
8: Myers Annual Dance Concert. June 9: Merritt
Dance Center’s Annual Dance. June 15: Ferrara Dance
Studio. June 16: Orlando School of Dance.
212 and 375, Woodstock, (845) 679-4101.
28: Heidi Latsky Dance. Aug. 25: Snappy Dance
Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs, 583-CLUB, 9mapleavenue.com.
JazzX. 6/9: Jazz Factor. 7/15: John Blood
Band. 6/16: Joe Barna Group. 6/22: John
LeRoy Trio. 6/23: Tremonte Benoit Band. 6/29:
Tim Olson Quartet. 6/30: Jonathan Lorentz
Quartet. 7/6: Mark Capon Quartet. 7/7: Colaberayshen
with ShaRon. 7/13: Mulligan Stew. 7/14: Mike
Wicks Group. 7/20: Michael Benedict Jazz Vibes.
7/21: Pete Sweeney Quartet. 7/27: New Regime.
7/28: Keith Pray’s Soul Jazz Revival. 8/3: Clarinet
Marmalade with Skip Parsons. 8/4: Lee Russo Trio.
8/10: John Blood Band. 8/11: Jonathan Lorentz
Group. 8/17: Jazz Factor. 8/18: Walter Donnaruma
Group. 8/24: Tim Olson Quartet. 8/25: Joe
Barna Group. 8/31: Tremonte Benoit Band.
Pub and Brewery
Canada St., Lake George, 668-0002, adkpub.com.
Raging Grassmen. 6/9: Tequila Mockingbirds.
6/10: Tom Glade. 6/16: Dave Owens. 6/17: Phil
Henry. 6/23: Nancy Walker & Lani Richards.
6/24: Jeff & Becky Walton. 6/30: Tattle Tales.
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. 7/15: Mike Grutka.
7/28: Tattle Tales. 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 and Becky Walton.
and Putnam streets, Saratoga Springs, 583-6060, baileyscafe.com.
Folding Sky. 6/9: Rich Ortiz. 6/15: Nate.
6/16: King’s English. 6/22: Tequila Mockingbirds.
6/23: Jezzie Tree. 6/29: Sean Rowe. 6/30:
Rick Bolton & the Dwyer Sisters. 7/6:
Vivid Duo. 7/7: Rich Ortiz. 7/13: Tequila
Mockingbirds. 7/14: Pangaea. 7/20: Rich Ortiz.
7/21: King’s English. 7/26: Rick Bolton &
the Dwyer Sisters. 7/27: Gravity. 7/28: Jezzie
Tree. 7/29: Nate.
Phila St., Saratoga Springs, 583-0222, caffelena.com.
Marc Black with Mike Esposito. 6/9: Al Gallodoro.
6/10: Rick Rourke & Lost Wages. 6/15:
Uncle Monk. 6/16: Rhett Tyler. 6/17: M
Shanghai String Band & the Lipbone
Orchestra. 6/22: Paddy Keenan. 6/23: Maria
Zemantauski, Brian Mellick. 6/24: Jason Spooner
Trio. 6/29: Tom Chapin. 6/30: Mark
Tolstrup 50th birthday and CD release party. 7/1: Gordon
Stone. 7/6: Cliff Eberhardt. 7/7: Modern Man.
7/8: Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion,
Bobby Sweet.7/13: Roy Hurd with Frank Orsini
& Meadow Merry. 7/14: Lucy Kaplansky,
Dwight & Nicole. 7/15: Bill Morrissey.
7/20: Gandalf Murphy & the Circus of Dreams.
7/21: Rowan Brothers. 7/27: Jo Henley. 7/28:
Boulder Acoustic Society. 7/29: Jonathan Whitton.
8/3: Guy Davis. 8/4: Susan Trump. 8/5: Eric
Taylor, Danny Schmidt. 8/10: Adirondack Night.
8/11: Highwaymen. 8/12: Sonny and Perley.
8/17: Bill Staines. 8/18: Kieran Kane. 8/19:
Sweet Cider. 8/24: Ramblin’ Jug Stompers.
8/25: Adesso. 8/26: Mop and Bucket Company.
8/31: Happy Balky and the Good Livin’.
King St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK, iheg.com.
Feist, Grizzly Bear. 6/24: Cesaria Evora,
Tcheka. 6/29: Richard Thompson Band, Anais
Mitchell. 7/15: Randy Newman. 7/19: Jonny
Lang, the Alternate Routes. 8/4: Crowded House,
Liam Finn. 8/10: Bruce Hornsby Trio with Christian
McBride and Jack DeJohnette.
Main St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-6308, clubhelsinkiweb.com.
Gloria Deluxe & Matty Charles &
the Valentines. 6/9: Sarah Borges and
the Broken Singles. 6/10: Kris Delmhorst & Danny
Barnes. 6/15: Hudost & Incendio. 6/22: the
Jeremy Wallace Trio. 7/1: Sarah Aroeste. 7/6-7:
the Holmes Brothers. 7/20: Spottiswoode &
His Enemies. 7/21: Tarbox Ramblers.
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845, theegg.org.
Cesaria Evora, Tcheka. 6/29: Levon Helm’s
Midnight Ramble. 7/1: Richard Thompson Band.
7/18: Buddy Guy.
Horse Music Hall
Center St., Northampton, Mass., (413) 584-0610, iheg.com.
Every Tuesday, Latin Night with DJ Joey Acevedo.
6/8: Northern Lights. 6/9: Chip Taylor &
the Train Wreck Revue, Jesse DeNatale.
6/14: Chris O’Brien, Brooke Brown-Saracino.
6/15: Forro in the Dark. 6/16: the Wood Brothers.
6/16: Electric Avenue: DJs. 6/17: Rooney, the Slow
Film, Broken Parachutes. 6/19: Moshav.
6/20: the Bill Frisell Trio with Tony Scherr
and Kenny Wollesen. 6/22: the Duhks. 6/24:
Best of the Beatles: the Pete Best Band.
6/29: Michelle Shocked. 6/30: the Kennedys,
Nancy Rockland-Miller. 7/6: CJ Chenier & the
Red Hot Louisiana Band. 4/8: Carrie Rodriguez.
7/10: Halle. 7/13: the Mammals, Johnny
Irion. 7/14: Dean & Britta. 7/14: Electric
Avenue: DJs. 7/17: Marty Stuart, Stoll Vaughan.
7/18: Colin Hay. 7/20: Lori McKenna Band (7
PM); Adam Smith (10 PM). 7/22: the Wilders.
7/23: Richie Furay Band, Chris Hillman
with Herb Pedersen. 7/25: James Hand. 7/27:
Albert Cummings Blues Band. 7/28: Dan Hicks &
His Hot Licks, Amy Loftus (7 PM); Audible
Mainframe, NBFB (10 PM). 7/29: RobinElla.
8/1: Cary Brothers, Vega 4. 8/2: Bud Shank,
Bill Mays. 8/3: Joe Ely. 8/4: Alejandro
Escovedo (7, 9 PM). 8/8: Cara Dillon, Matt
and Shannon Heaton. 8/9: the Brubeck Brothers
Quartet with Taylor Eigsti. 8/10: Uncle
Earl. 8/11: the Iguanas. 8/18: Electric Avenue:
DJ Cashman & Snack Attack. 8/29: Coyote
Run, Sarah Stockwell Arthen. 8/30: Los Straitjackets
with Big Sandy, Paul Cebar & the Milwaukeeans.
Lark St., Albany, 436-7008, justinsonlark.com.
Every Thursday, Adrian Cohen Trio; every Sunday night,
Brian Patneaude Quartet; every Monday, Nate Buccieri’s
piano bar; every Tuesday, Steve Lambert Group.
6/8: Vince Prudente Trio. 6/9: Lee Russo Quartet.
6/10: brunch with Lee Shaw. 6/13: the Russo Quartet.
6/15: George Muscatello Trio. 6/16: Lee Shaw Trio.
6/17: brunch with Maria Zemantauski. 6/20: Teri
Roiger Group. 6/22: Pete Sweeney Quartet. 6/23:
Sensemaya. 6/24: brunch with George Muscatello.
6/27: Upstate Hard Bop Quintet. 6/29: Azzaam Hameed
Trio. 6/30: Sonny and Perley.
Madison Ave., Albany, 463-9779, larktavern.com.
Every Thursday, Beatdown Collective; first Tuesday
of every month, Keith Pray’s Big Soul Ensemble, 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. 6/9: the Lipstick Lovelies.
6/15: Rocky Velvet. 6/16: Perfect Pitch. 6/17:
Eli “Paperboy” Reed and the True Loves. 7/6: Hector
on Stilts, Spouse. 7/7: Wreckloose. 7/13:
the Suggestions. 7/14: Skadee. 7/20: the Crayons.
7/21: the Day Jobs. 7/27: Sunset Aside. 7/28:
Five Alpha Beatdown’s CD-release party and retrospective.
8/3: the Heavy Pets. 8/10: Katie McKrell.
8/17: Charmboy. 8/18: School Bus Yellow. 8/23-25:
the Lipstick Lovelies.
MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Mass., (413) 662-2111, massmoca.org.
Zapp! String Quartet, DJ Micha Klein. 6/16:
Gustafer Yellowgold. 6/23: Mark Mulcahy. 7/6:
Electra and Film. 7/7: Ralph Stanley and the Clinch
Mountain Boys. 7/12-28: Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival.
7/14: Gutbucket: Johnny the Giant Killer. 7/21: Bang
on a Can All-Stars with Iva Bittova. 7/28: Bang on
a Can Marathon with Don Byron. 8/3: Bryan Vargas
& ¡Ya Esta!
Country Commons, Route 146, Clifton Park, 371-0012, northernlightslive.com.
Life Rocks Benefit with the Clay People, Kingscastle,
HiJinx, Sunday Girl, Atlas Dying, Coyle,
Camphora, Yellowdog, Drop Deuce. 6/16:
InTraction, Face Cast, Meth Army, Three
Word Murder, A Call to Arms, Hope’s Not
Lost. 6/17: Darfur Benefit with Westlife,
the Makeshift Dream, Macabre High Prom, Ben
Trovato, the Break of Dawn, Last Minute
Letter, Enigmatic Heart, the Unkempt Murder,
Our Chaotic, Marks of a Hero, Acceptance
Speech. 6/22: Burning Human. 6/27: Ted
Nugent. 6/29: Ten Year Vamp, Erin Harkes &
the Rebound. 7/7: Hawthorne Heights, From
First to Last, Second Hand Serenade, Brighten.
7/10: Shout It Loud 2007: Reel Big Fish, Less
Than Jake, Streetlight Manifesto, Against
All Authority. 7/13: Symphony X, Echos of
Eternity, the Final Sleep.
Pearl St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK, iheg.com.
Lee “Scratch” Perry, Dub Is a Weapon. 6/13:
Albert Hammond Jr., the Dead Trees. 6/19:
Toots and the Maytals, Fear Nuttin’ Band.
6/20: Saliva. 7/9: Cat Power & Dirty Delta
Blues. 7/12: Bowling for Soup, Melee,
Quietdrive, Army of Freshman. 7/28: Sinister
Urge: A Tribute to Rob Zombie and White Zombie.
7/31: Xavier Rudd, Serena Ryder. 8/9: Appetite
for Destruction: the Ultimate Tribute to Guns ’n’ Roses.
Park, Northampton, Mass., www.iheg.com.
Wilco, Low. 6/26: Bob Dylan & His Band.
6/27: Morrissey, Kristeen Young. 6/28: Mump
Camp: Guster, Ben Kweller, State Radio,
Trippin’ Balls. 8/11: Jim Gaffigan. 8/12:
Great Big Sea. 8/16: the Black Crowes. 8/18:
the Saw Doctors.
Broadway, Albany, 432-8584, redsquarealbany.com.
Okemah. 6/12: Vomlette. 6/14: the Brew,
Breadbox Band, Esther Maccomb. 6/15: Kingscastle.
6/16: Upon Arrival. 6/22: Banooba. 6/23: Sam
Kininger Band. 6/29: School Bus Yellow.
6/30: the Breakfast.
River St., Troy, 273-2337, www.revolutionhall.com.
Fab Forever: A Musical History Tour. 6/15: Sinister Urge:
A Tribute to Rob Zombie and White Zombie. 6/16: Rooney.
6/22: the Bouncing Souls, the Loved Ones,
Static Radio NJ.
Mayer at SPAC
Performing Arts Center
Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 476-1000, spac.org.
Rush. 7/8: Nickelback. 7/15: John Mayer,
Ben Folds, Brett Dennen. 7/24: Goo Goo
Dolls, Lifehouse. 7/25: Kenny Chesney,
Sugarland, Pat Green. 7/28: the Moody Blues.
7/30: EQX Fest with 311, Matisyahu, TV on the
Radio, the Nightwatchman, Perry Farrell’s
Satellite Party, Shiny Toy Guns, the Urgency,
Lughead, the Loyalty, Sunset Aside,
Maggie Mayday. 8/5: the Allman Brothers Band,
the North Mississippi All-Stars, JJ Grey
& Mofro. 8/14: Dave Matthews Band, Toots
and the Maytals. 8/25: Toby Keith, Miranda
Lambert, Flynnville Train.
North Church St., Schenectady, 346-3400, stockadeinn.com.
Tommy Verrigni Trio. 6/8: Lee Shaw Trio. 6/14:
Al Haugen Trio. 6/15: Colleen Pratt Trio.
6/21: Michael Louis Smith Duo. 6/22: Brian Patneaude
Trio. 6/28: Jody Shayne Duo. 6/29: Teresa
Seven Hills Inn, 40 Plunkett St., Lenox, Mass., (413) 443-1138,
17, 31 and 8/7, 21, 28: New Orleans Jazz Artists with the
Bob Connors Sextet. 7/9: A Touch of the Green with
Susan Miron and Berton Fine of the Boston
Symphony Orchestra. 7/11: Your Ticket to Broadway. 7/16:
A Night in Spain. 7/23: Opera Treasures. 7/30: Three Strings.
8/6: Boston Trio. 8/8: Opera/Operetta Favorites. 8/13: Golden
Sounds of Brass. 8/15: Berlin & Bernstein. 8/20: Piano
Trio. 8/27: Bach/Chopin.
Mass., (413) 637-1600, tanglewood.org.
the New Cars. 8/24: James Taylor. 8/31-9/2:
Tanglewood Jazz Festival, featuring the Poncho Sanchez
Latin Jazz Band, Marian McPartland, Kurt Elling,
at the Times Union Center
S. Pearl St., Albany, 487-2000, timesunioncenter-albany.com.
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr. 6/12: Celtic
Woman. 7/14: Tool. 7/28: Josh Groban.
7/31: Beyonce. 8/4: Alison Krauss & Union
Stone Casino & Resort
(877) 833-SHOW, turningstone.com.
Alan Jackson. 6/14: Orange County Chopper Band.
6/15: Hotel California (tribute to the Eagles). 6/22:
Pat Green. 6/26: Stevie Nicks. 6/27: the Beach
Boys. 6/28: Reba McEntire. 7/2: Peter Frampton.
7/6: Staind. 7/9: Gary Allen. 7/12: Jason
Michael Carroll. 7/17: Nick Lachey. 7/18: the
Wreckers. 7/19: Classic Rock Cares. 7/20: Garratt
Wilkin & Parrotheads (tribute to Jimmy Buffet).
7/21: Nashville Stars. 7/24: REO Speedwagon.
7/27: Bucky Covington. 7/27: Bucky Covington.
7/30: George Thorogood. 7/31: Pat Benatar
& Neil Giraldo. 8/1: Mary J. Blige. 8/2:
George Jones. 8/3: Josh Gracin. 8/9: Diamond
Rio. 8/13: Loverboy. 8/17: Big Bad Voodoo
New Scotland Ave., Albany, 432-6572, valentinesalbany.com.
Every Wednesday, the Deadbeats. 6/8: Tarbox
Ramblers, the Good Earth, 6/9: Despotic
Robot, I, Destroyer, Storms, Sin
Of Angel, Lolita Black, Acipenser. 6/10:
Jeremy James CD release, Almost Awake, the
Backdrop Bees. 6/11: Bomb the Music Industry!,
Public Access, Fatter Than Albert,
Razberi Sumthing, Chotto Grotto. 6/14: Lifecrisis,
Reptar, Suzy Wong and the Honkeys. 6/15: Americana
Night with Hick’ry Hawkins, Big Frank and
the Bargain Bingers. 6/16: Starkweather,
Most Precious Blood, the Final Sleep; downstairs:
Americana Night with Grainbelt, the Old Sweethearts,
Harvester. 6/18: Midland, Bishop, the
Static Age, Chaos Con Queso. 6/22: Eyes
To Space, Bearrorism, Shit Fucking Ass Demons.
6/23: Pearlene, Ashley Pond, Half Step
Down. 6/26: the Scarred, Final Notice,
KTP, Destruct, Vengeance 77. 6/28:
the Casualties, A Global Threat,
Time Again, Outta Commission; downstairs:
Jaws, 5 Alpha Beatdown, the Vultures.
6/29: Skyway, Kingscastle, the Firefighter
Font, Severe Severe. 6/30: Graystar, the
Real You, Tysen, Aficianado, the Heart
Foundation; downstairs: the Latest Craze. 7/14:
the Mooney Suzuki. 7/20: Catch 22. 7/21: the
Comas, Great Northern.
Performing Arts Studio
Central Ave., Albany, 465-5233 ext. 4, wamcarts.org.
the Mike Thornton Jazz Band. 6/13: Dancing on the
Air with Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. 6/20: United
States Military Academy Concert Band. 6/21: the Duhks.
6/23: Marcos Vinicius, William Simcoe.
6/30: Steve Frobert & the Soundbenders.
Lookout Country Club, Mariaville, campbisco.net.
the Disco Biscuits, Sound Tribe Sector 9,
Infected Mushroom, Hallucinogen in Dub,
Amon Tobin, the Juan Maclean, the Join,
Holy Fuck, Girl Talk, Zilla, Bassnectar,
Future Rock, King Britt, Daft Rock,
Psylab, Telepath, Hanging Brains, Eoto,
Ridge Folk Festival
Route 7D, off Route 22, Hillsdale, (860) 364-0366, falconridgefolk.com.
Annie Wenz, Arlo Guthrie, Dar Williams,
Dust Poets, Eddie From Ohio, Eilen Jewel,
Ellis, Falcon Ridge House Band, Gandalf
Murphy & the Slambovian Circus of Dreams,
Glengarry Boys, Hoopoe the Clowne,
Jason Spooner Trio, Jimmy LaFave, John
Gorka, Lowen & Vavarro, the Lovell Sisters,
Lucy Kaplansky, Mia Dyson, Marshall Crenshaw,
Mary Gauthier, Nerissa & Katryna Nields,
Pat Wictor, Red Molly, Richard Shindell,
the Rowan Brothers, Sam Lardner & Barcelona,
Stephen Kellogg & the Sixers, the Storycrafters,
the Strangelings, Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines,
Tracy Grammer, Beth Molaro, Beverwyck
String Band, Charivari, Clayfoot Strutters,
Culver Griffin & Country Spice, George
Marshall with Wild Asparagus, Jim and Madeline Christensen,
Jimmy Sturr & his Orchestra, Kathryn
Wedderburn, Patty O’Brien Melita, Paul Rosenberg,
Ralph Sweet, the Sevens, Tidal Wave.
Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga
Springs, 587-3300 (SPAC) or 476-1000 (Ticketmaster), spac.org.
George Benson, India.Arie, David Sanborn,
Tower of Power, Roy Haynes Quartet, Jean-Luc
Ponty, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Esperanza
Spalding, Somi, Anat Cohen Quartet, Al
Green, Norman Brown’s Summer Storm, Dennis
Mackrel, Ravi Coltrane Quartet, Carl Allen
& New Spirit, many more.
Fox Bluegrass Festival
Farm, Ancramdale, (888) 946-8495, greyfoxbluegrass.com.
Sam Bush, Nickel Creek, Sparrow Quartet,
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Peter
Rowan & Tony Rice Quartet, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver,
Claire Lynch Band, Mountain Heart,
the Duhks, Tony Trischka’s Double Banjo Spectacular,
the Waybacks, Kruger Brothers, Michael
Cleveland & Flamekeeper with Audie Blaylock,
Uncle Earl, the Greencards, the Infamous
Stringdusters, Danny Barnes, the Wilders,
Crooked Still, Pete and Joan Wernick,
Steep Canyon Rangers, Bluegrass Gospel
Project, Bearfoot Bluegrass, the James King
Band, Red Stick Ramblers, Biscuit Burners,
Dismembered Tennesseans, Corey “Lil Pops”
Ledet, John Kirk and Trish Miller, Fiddlestyx.
Street, Troy, 270-4554.
They Might Be Giants, Tally Hall, Stars
of Track & Field, Mint, Last November.
Songs Festival of Traditional Music & Dance
Fairgrounds, Route 146, Altamont, 765-2815, oldsongs.org
Magnolia Sisters, Magpie, Simple Gifts,
the Arrogant Worms, Bodega, Michael Cooney,
Herdman Hills Mangsen, Sara Grey & Kieron
Means, Crazy Quilt, Mamadou Diabate Ensemble,
Emma’s Revolution, Finest Kind, Groovemama,
Matthew Wojcik, Louise & Helene, Les
Girls Enoch Kent, Jeremy Kittel Acoustic Trio,
David Millstone, David Munnelly Band, Steve
Tilston, Peter & Mary Alice Amidon,
Paul Rishell & Annie Raines, Beth Molaro,
Roger the Jester, Brian McNeill, Danny
Spooner, Stillhouse Rounders, the Whippersnappers,
Jake Thomas, Pat Wictor & Cheryl Prashker,
Jon Bartlett & Rika Ruebsaat.
at Five Concert Series
Riverfront Park Corning Preserve, Albany, 434-2032, albanyevents.org.
Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals, the Happenings.
6/14: Ruben Studdard, Soul Session. 6/21:
ASIA, Hector on Stilts. 6/28: Jefferson
Starship, Quicksilver Messenger Service. 7/12:
Cherish the Ladies, Hair of the Dog. 7/19:
Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, Dr. K’s Motown Revue,
the Jill Hughes Band. 7/26: the Refrigerators,
Slick Fitty. 8/2: Beginnings, Mingo Fishtrap.
8/9: Los Lobos, Los Straitjackets. 8/16: Greenwich
Meantime and Rathkeltair, FLYNN 529.
the Park Lunchtime Music Series
Eyck Courtyard on North Pearl Street, Albany, 465-2143 ext.
17, downtown albany.org.
Sarah Pedinotti. 6/19: Feed the Animals. 6/26:
Keith Pray. 7/10: Sweet Cider. 7/17: the Reverberators.
7/26: Geo and the Komrades. 7/31: Savage Freedom.
8/7: Lost Wages. 8/14: Ten27. 8/21: Annie
and the Hedonists. 8/28: Raisinhead.
Park, Troy, 273-0834.
Georgie Wonders’ Big Band. 7/15: Nightingale.
7/22: Sonny & Perly. 8/5: Lustre Kings.
8/26: Blues Fest.
at the Plaza
State Plaza, Albany, 473-0559.
the Lustre Kings. 6/27: Blake Shelton and Carter’s
Chord, Johnny Rabb & the Jailhouse Rockers.
7/4: Price Chopper’s July 4th on the Plaza. 7/11: Koko
Taylor & Her Blues Machine and Blues Caravan
featuring Foley, Deborah Coleman and Roxanne Potvin,
Sean Costello, No Outlet. 7/21: the Lemonheads,
the Cliks, Hector on Stilts. 7/18: the Duke
Ellington Orchestra with Lavay Smith & Her Red
Hot Skillet Lickers and Doc Scanlon. 8/4: Times Union
African American Family Day with Russell Thomkins, Jr.
& the New Stylistics with Tramaine Hawkins, Sunshine
Anderson, Anthony David, Tropical Beats.
8/8: I Love New York Food Festival with Dickey Betts
& Great Southern, Shooter Jennings,
Matt Mirabile & Alison Jacobs, the Lustre
Kings. 8/22: the Saw Doctors, Glengarry
Bhoys, the Prodigals.
Park (next to Jumpin’ Jacks), Scotia, 370-0662.
Sirsy. 6/24: Colleen Pratt & Friends.
6/27: Grand Central Station. 6/28: Scotia-Glenville
Town Band. 6/29: Boys of Waterford. 7/7:
Alan Payette Band. 7/8: Doc Spring’s Rehabilitated
Dixieland Jazz Band. 7/11: the Refrigerators.
7/14: the Matt Mirabile Band with Alison Jacobs.
7/15: the Lustre Kings. 7/19: Scotia-Glenville
Town Band. 7/21: Alex Torres & His Latin Orchestra.
7/22: the Puppet People. 7/25: TS Ensemble.
7/28: Captain Squeeze and the Moshers. 8/11: Blotto.
Performing Arts Center
Park, Route 146, Guilderland, 456-8604.
Mecca Bodega. 6/21: Sarah Pedinotti. 7/12:
Work O’ the Weavers. 7/26: the Electric City
Chorus. 8/2: the Refrigerators. 8/16: Nobby
Head Project. 8/23: Joey Thomas Big Band.
Circle, State Street, Schenectady, 382-3884 ext. 14, albanyjazz.com.
Steve Lambert. 6/14: Tim Coakley. 6/21: Michael
Lewis Smith. 6/28: Michael Benedict. 7/5: Alan
Payette. 7/12: Mike Wicks. 7/19: Greg Henderson.
7/26: Keith Pray. 8/2: Brian Brundige. 8/9:
Paul Mastriani. 8/16: Sensemaya. 8/23:
Jeanne O’Connor. 8/30: Bill Leary.
Union St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 236-8888, unless otherwise
noted. Call for performance times.
Stage: June 13-July 14: West Side Story. July
19-Aug. 4: Black Comedy. Aug. 9-26: Uncle
Vanya. Stage II (First Congregational Church, Pittsfield):
July 18-Aug. 19: High School Musical.
Street, Stockbridge, Mass., (413) 298-5576. Call for performance
Stage—June 19-July 7: Love! Valour! Compassion!
July 10-28: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
July 31-Aug. 11: Morning’s at Seven. Aug.
14-Sept. 1: Mrs. Warren’s Profession. Unicorn
Theatre—Through June 30: The Glass Menagerie.
July 3-21: My Pal George. July 25-Aug. 18:
Two-Headed. Aug. 21-Oct. 20: Educating Rita.
Street, Chester, Mass., (413) 354-7771. Call for performance
5-15: The Bully Pulpit. July 18-29: The
Interview. Aug. 1-12: Mercy of a Storm.
Aug. 15-26: Grace.
Crossing at Shakespeare and Company
performances take place at 70 Kemble St., Lenox, Mass.,
(413) 637-1199. Call for performance times.
Theatre: Through Sept. 2: Rough Crossing.
June 8-Sept. 1: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
July 5-Sept. 2: Blue/Orange. July 27-Sept.
2: Antony and Cleopatra. Special Events: June
27-Sept. 1: Free Outdoor Bankside Festival. June 27-Sept.
Scapin. July 4: The Declaration of Independence. July 12-Aug.
16: The Bankside Humanities Series. Aug. 5-29: Shakespeare
and the Language that Shaped a World.
’62 Center, Williamstown, Mass. Ticket orders: (413) 597-3400;
24-hour information line: (413) 597-3399. Call for performance
Stage: July 4-15: The Front Page. July 18-29:
Blithe Spirit. Aug. 1-12: The Corn is
Green. Aug. 15-26: The Autumn Garden.
Center Stage: June 14-24: Herringbone. Aug.
7-18: The Physicists. Nikos Stage: June 27-July
8: Dissonance. July 11-22: Villa America.
July 25-Aug. 5: Party Come Here. Aug. 8-19:
Crimes of the Heart.
R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls, 798-7479. Call for performance
27-July 7: Behave Yourself. July 1-2: Tiny
Feats of Cowardice. July 9-14: 365 Days/365
Plays. July 9-14: 2.5 Minute Ride.
July 19-28: Tick . . . Tick . . . BOOM!
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 892-2241. Call for performance
13-27: Macbeth. July 20-28: The Imaginary
Two, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900.
Call for performance times.
12-22: Saint Joan.
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.
13-July 29. Menopause—The Musical.
L. Bruno Theater, Arts Center of the Capital Region, 265
River St., Troy, confettistage.com, Performances 8 PM Thursday-Saturday,
2 PM Sunday.
14-24: The Twilight of the Golds.
Old Loudon Road, Latham, 877-PLAY (7529). Call for performance
13-Aug. 19: The Sunshine Boys.
203, Chatham, 392-9292. Call for performance times.
7-17: Oklahoma! June 21-July 1: The
Pajama Game. July 5-15: Thoroughly Modern
Millie. July 19-Aug. 5: White Christmas.
Aug. 9-19: Singin’ in the Rain. Aug. 23-Sept.
2: The Music Man.
Park Amphitheater, Albany, 434-0776. Call for performance
Stage—July 10-Aug. 19: Grease. Second Stage—July
31-Aug. 12: Bye Bye Birdie.
Cross St., Hudson, 822-9667. Call for performance times.
June 10: Elliot, a Soldier’s Fugue. July 11-29:
A Wedding Story. Aug. 22-Sept. 9: 9
Parts of Desire.
20, New Lebanon, 794-8989. Performances 8 PM Thursday-Friday;
5 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 2 PM Sunday.
15-24: Breaking Legs. June 28-July 8: Tale
of the Allergist’s Wife. July 12-22: Boy Gets
Girl. July 26-Aug. 5: Johnny Guitar the Musical.
Aug. 9-19: Violet, A New Musical. Aug. 23-Sept.
2: Little Shop of Horrors.
212 and 375, Woodstock, (845) 679-4101. Call for performance
10: The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron? Aug.
11: Missoula Children’s Theatre’s The Wizard of Oz.
Vt., (802) 867-5777. Performances 8 PM Tuesday-Friday; 2PM
Wednesday; 8 PM; 4 and 8:30 PM Saturday; 3 PM Sunday.
14-July 1: Theophilus North. July 5-15: Talley’s
Folly. July 19-Aug. 5: Dulcy. Aug.
Center for the Arts, Route 9 and Gypsy Lane, Bennington,
Vt., (802) 447-0564. Call for performance times.
8-24: Three Days of Rain. July 13-29: On
Golden Pond. Aug. 17- Sept. 2: The Fantasticks.
Fairs, 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. 382-7890.
Art Night Schenectady. Downtown Schenectady. Third
Friday of every month, 5-9 PM. Various performances, special
offers, exhibitions. www.artnightschenectady.com.
Catskill’s Second Saturday. Catskill. Second Saturday
of every month, 5-9 PM. Enjoy a leisurely evening of arts
and music. www.mainstreetcatskill.com.
1st Friday. Downtown Albany. First Friday of every
month, 5-9 PM. Various performances, exhibitions, venues,
restaurants and bars will take part. www.1stfridayalbany.org.
First Friday. Downtown Ballston Spa. First Friday
of every month, 6-9 PM. Various performances, special offers,
Third Thursdays. Downtown Pittsfield, Mass. Third
Thursday of every month, 5-8 PM. Live music, shopping, dining,
art and more. (413) 499-9348.
Troy Night Out. Downtown Troy. Last Friday of every
month, 5 -9 PM. A monthly offering of Troy’s galleries,
restaurants, retail shops and performance spaces. The Troy
Trolley will provide free transportation, making the rounds
to all of the night’s hot spots. 727-9311 or www.troynightout.com.
8-10: The Violet Festival. Dolgeville. Opening ceremony
Fri. 7 PM; festival events Sat. 10 AM-10 PM, with 10 PM
fireworks; and Sun. 10 AM-5 PM. Art, music, flower show,
parade, fireworks and more. www.dolgeville.info.
9: Art on Lark. Lark Street, Albany. Noon-5 PM. Visit
Lark Street and enjoy 75 artists’ displays, the People’s
Choice Art Show and the Creative Chaos arts area. 588-4401
9: Strawberry Fest. Upper Union Street, Schenectady.
11 AM-4 PM. Trolley rides, pony rides, drawing, music, food
and, of course, strawberries. www.schenectadycounty.com.
9: Washington Park Lobster Festival. Washington Park,
Albany. Noon-8 PM. A variety of food items and entertainment
will be available in addition to lobster and steak dinners
for purchase. Proceeds will benefit the Albany Booster Club
and the Albany Rotary Foundation. www.albanyrotary.org or
9-10: Annual Arts Festival. City Park, Glens Falls.
10 AM-5 PM both days. 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.
798-1144 or www.larac.org.
9-10: Zonta Country Faire. CNA parking lot, Glens
Falls. Sat. 10-5; and Sun 10-4. Homemade crafts,
kiddie corner, food booth and raffle. 743-1844.
10: Capital Pride Festival. Washington Park, Albany.
Noon-5 PM. Parade starts at noon, and the festival begins
at 1 PM. Local musicians, food, kids’ activities, HIV tests,
and more. www.cdglcc.org.
10: Flag Day Parade. Troy. Stepping off at 1 PM.
Beginning in South Troy at 4th and Main streets, the parade
runs along 4th, ending at 4th and Federal streets and will
feature airborne jugglers, stilt-walkers performing an array
of feats on unicycles, and much more. 272-7396.
16: Troy River Festival. Downtown Troy. 10
AM-5 PM (or later). Arts and music festival, featuring a
juried arts event, and the works of dozens of artists, painters,
potters, and more. There will be food and magic, too. 270-4401.
22-24: Outkasts Car Show. 1000 Acres Ranch Resort,
Stony Creek. Street rods, antiques, muscle cars and motorcycles.
696-7226 or www.1000acres.com.
22-24: Old Songs Festival of Traditional Music and Dance.
Altamont Fairgrounds, Altamont. Festival begins Fri 7 PM
(classes from 3-5 PM), continuing Sat-Sun. 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. www.oldsongs.org or
23-24: Round Lake Antique Festival. The Parks and
Greens of the Village, Round Lake. 9 AM-5 PM. Features 250
vendors. (315) 686-5789.
23-24: Lake George Summerfest. Shepard Park, Lake
George. Festival includes arts and crafts show as well as
live musical entertainment each day. 668-2688.
25-Sept. 3: 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.
29: Independence Day Fireworks. Freedom Park, Scotia,
8 PM. Boys of Wexford to perform. www.freedom parkscotia.org.
30: Waterford Steamboat Meet. Canal front, Waterford.
Noon-9 PM. www.town.waterford.ny.us.
30-Jul 1: Grand Encampment of the French and Indian War.
Fort Ticonderoga. 2 PM. Reenactors to depict French, Canadian,
British, Provincial, and Native American forces coming together
in this colorful recreation of the mid-18th-century struggle.
4: Wilmington Fourth of July Fireworks. Baker’s Field,
Wilmington, Vt. www.wilmingtonvermont.us or (802) 464-8591.
4: Fireworks over the lake. Lake George Village.
4: Wardsboro Annual Parade and Street Fair. Wardsboro,
Vt. 10 AM. Starting with a parade, this old-fashioned celebration
features music, floats, antique cars, crafts, refreshments
and an afternoon auction. (802) 896-6141.
4: Price Chopper Fabulous Fourth Festivities. Empire
State Plaza, Albany. 2-10 PM. Featuring live music by Joan
Osborne, food, crafts, entertainment and fireworks display.
4: July 4 Celebration. Roger’s Memorial Park, Bolton
Landing. 7-10 PM. Fireworks, professional DJ, and more.
4: July 4 Celebration. Clifton Commons, Vischer Ferry
Road, Clifton Park. Arts and crafts, sporting events, entertainment,
displays and music. Parade begins at noon. Fireworks in
the evening. 371-6667.
4: July 4 Family Fest. Columbia County Fairgrounds,
Route 66, Chatham. 3-11 PM. Fireworks, music, free kids’
rides, magic, hay maze, and more. 392-2121.
4: 4th of July Parade. Pittsfield, Mass. 10 AM. At
1.4 miles, it is one of the biggest July 4 parades in the
Northeast. (413) 447-7763 or www.pittsfieldparade.com.
4: An Old-Fashioned Family Fourth of July. Clermont
State Historic Site, 1 Clermont Ave. (Route 6), Germantown.
Noon-10 PM. 18th century music, children’s games and entertainment,
character interpreters in the Livingston mansion and traditional
picnic fare. 537-4240.
4: Strawberry Shortcake Festival. Shaker Museum,
Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham. 9 AM-noon. Have strawberry
shortcake for breakfast. 794-9100.
6-8: The Berkshires Art Festival. Ski Butternut,
Route 23, Great Barrington, Mass. 10 AM-6 PM Fri-Sat; 10
AM-5 PM Sun. A wide range of world-class art exhibits and
live entertainment. (800) 834-9437 or www.berkshiresartsfestival.com.
7-Aug 19: Sterling Renaissance Festival. Sterling.
10-7 PM Sat-Sun, rain or shine. 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
7-8: Mountain Culture Festival. Hunter Village Square,
Village of Hunter. Noon-8:30 PM Sat.; noon-6 PM Sun. Featuring
fine crafts, quilt show, music and food. www.catskillmtn.org
or 263 4908.
8: Art in the Park. Congress Park, Saratoga Springs.
10 AM-4 PM. Art and entertainment will take place at this
outdoor visual-art show and sale. 584-4132.
10-Aug. 20: Cooperstown Music Festival. Cooperstown.
Concerts featuring joyous performances by world-class cellists,
violinists and more. www.cooper stownmusicfest.org or (877)
11: Blues Night. Empire State Plaza, Albany. Featuring
Koko Taylor & Her Blues Machine, Blues Caravan featuring
Sue Foley, Deborah Coleman and Roxanne Potvin, Sean Costello,
and No Outlet. 5-10PM. www.ogs.state.ny.us.
11-15: New England Motel Antiques Market. Brimfield,
Mass. One of the largest antique shows in the Northeast.
14: Athens Street Festival. Riverfront Park and Second
Street, Athens. All-day festival at 10 AM-dark (rain date
July 15). Features live entertainment, an antique car show,
food, crafters, vendors, children’s rides and games in the
park. Topped off with fireworks at dusk. www.athensstreetfestival.com.
14-15: Craft Fair. Shaker Historic Site, near Albany
Airport, Albany. 10 AM-4 PM. Crafters, tours, exhibits,
demonstrations, and more. 456-7890.
14-15, 21-22: The Original German Alps Festival. Bavarian
Manor Country Inn & Restaurant, County Route 24, Mountain
Avenue, Purling/Cairo. 11 AM-11 PM Sat.; 11 AM-7 PM Sun.
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. 622-3385.
14: Corn Celebration. Iroquois Indian Museum, Howes
Cave. 10 AM-6 PM. Multicultural music festival for all ages
to feature local musicians, Iroquois storytellers and crafts.
14-15: SolarFest: The New England Renewable Energy Festival.
Forget-Me-Not Farm, McNamara Road, Tinmouth, Vt. Featuring
performers on two solar-powered stages and a number of workshops
on sustainable living and renewable energy. (802) 235-2707
15: GE Kids Day. Empire State Plaza, Albany. Noon-5
PM. Arthur’s Wonderful Kind of Storytime, puppets, dancing,
jugglers and more. 473-0559.
17-22: Saratoga County Fair. Saratoga County Fairgrounds,
Ballston Spa. 9 AM-midnight. Music, food, rides, midway,
animals and cotton candy. www.saratogacountyfair.org or
20-21: Green River Festival. Greenfield Community
College, Greenfield, Mass. Thurs. 6-8 PM pre-festival event
featuring Crooked Still and Ellen Jewell. Music, crafts,
food, dancing, and hot-air balloon rides. www.greenriverfestival.com.
21: Traditional Irish Music Festival. Michael J.
Quill Irish Cultural & Sports Centre, Route 145, East
Durham. Noon-9 PM. 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.east durham.org.
21: 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.
26-29: Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Dodds Farm, 44
County Route 7D, Hillsdale. Four stages of contemporary
folk, and a huge dance tent. www.falcon ridgefolk.com.
29: Blueberry Festival. Route 22, Old Austerlitz.
9 AM-4 PM. Visitors will enjoy a blueberry pancake breakfast,
music, games, arts and crafts, and more. 392-0062.
3-4: Northeast Kingdom Music Festival. Chilly Ranch,
Albany, Vt. Camping, community, culture,
circus acts, poetry, performance, politics,
and eclectic improvisational music on two stages.
3-5: Campfire Sounds. Wave Farm, Route 23, Acra.
Two-day avant-folk festival on 30 acres. Enjoy views of
the Catskill Mountains with ponds, streams, fields, and
forests. Food/beverages sold. www.free103point9.org.
3-5: Southern Vermont Art and Craft Festival. Hildene
Meadows, Manchester, Vt. 10 AM-5 PM. Live entertainment,
beer and wine tent, and more. www.craftproducers.com.
4: Times Union African-American Family Day. Empire
State Plaza, Albany. Noon-7 PM. This annual community celebration
and musical entertainment featuring Featuring Russell Thomkins,
Jr. and the New Stylistics with Tramaine Hawkins, Anthony
David, and Tropical Beats. 473-0559.
8: I Love New York Food Festival. Empire State Plaza,
Albany. 11 AM-10 PM. Capitol Region’s finest wineries, local
breweries and restaurateurs offer a medley of tastes to
please all. Focusing on homegrown New York state food. Live
11: Capital District Caribbean Carnival Festival.
Central Park, Schenectady. Noon-8:30 PM. Multicultural carnival,
parade and festival. 346-7625 or www.carama.org.
11-12: 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.
12: Lakefront Art Show. Lakefront Walkway, Shepard
Park, Lake George. 10 AM-7 PM. Artists to sell and demonstrate
their artwork. www.lake georgearts.org.
12: Pittsfield Ethnic Fair. North Street, Pittsfield,
Mass. Noon-7 PM. International music, dance, food and craft.
14-19: 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.
14-19: Lake George Family Festival. Shepard Park,
Lake George. This festival features crafts, entertainment,
games and food galore. 668-5771.
16-18. Camp Bisco VI. Indian Lookout Country Club,
Mariaville. Featuring over a dozen musical acts, plenty
of non-musical activities, and for the first time in the
history of Camp Bisco, the Disco Biscuits will be playing
all 3 nights. www.campbisco.net.
18-19: International Celtic Festival. Hunter Mountain
Ski Bowl, Hunter. Featuring Black 47 and plenty of bagpipers
and drummers. Festivities include live entertainment, bagpipe
competition and more. Celtic vendors and kids’ entertainment.
18-19: Madison-Bouckville Antiques Show. Route 20,
Madison-Bouckville. 9 AM-5 PM. Rain or shine. More than
1,000 dealers are expected for this annual antiques extravaganza.
(315) 824-2462 or www.bouckvilleantiqueshows.com.
18-19: Round Lake Arts & Crafts Festival. The
Historic Park Grounds, Round Lake. Sat. 9 AM-5 PM; Sun.
10 AM-4:30 PM. This show will feature 200 skilled artists
and craftsmen, selling and demonstrating their unique products.
Stockbridge Summer Arts and Crafts Show. Berkshire
Botanical Garden, Routes 102 and 183, Stockbridge, Mass.
Sat. 10-5; Sun 10-4. Over 80 exhibitors featuring ceramics,
wood, jewelry, fine art, leather, furniture and fiber clothing.
21: Art in the Park. Congress Park, Saratoga Springs.
10 AM-4 PM. Art and entertainment will take place at this
outdoor visual-art show and sale. 584-4132.
22: Celtic Night. Empire State Plaza, Albany. 5-10
PM. Featuring Saw Doctors, Glengarry Bhoys, and The Prodigals.
23-Sept.3: New York State Fair. State Fair Grounds,
off I-690, Syracuse. Festival features agricultural exhibits,
a demolition derby, midway, crafts and live entertainment.
25: Albany LatinFest. Washington Park, Albany. 11
AM-6 PM. A celebration of the contributions of Hispanics
to the cultural arts. The best in Latin music, food, crafts.
29-Sept 3. Columbia County Fair. Catham. Crafts,
pettable animals, rides, games, food and many other attractions.
www.columbiafair.com or 758-1811.
Silver Fox Enterprises Farmers Market
Ferry and Learned streets, Albany
and Sundays, 9 AM-2 PM (opens in July)
Apartments, 53 Guy Park Ave., Amsterdam
9 AM-1 PM (opens mid-June)
Spa Farmers Market
Park, Ballston Spa
3-7 PM (opens mid-June)
Main and Washington Streets, Cambridge
10 AM-2 PM
block east of West Main and Church streets, Canajoharie
1-5 PM (opens in July)
District Regional Market (Wholesale)
(Route 32) and Route 378, Menands
6 AM-9 AM; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 5:30-8 AM
Real Food Market Co-op, 15 Church St., Route 203, Chatham
4-7 PM (opens late June)
Park/Saratoga Farmers Market
George’s Church, Route 146 at Maxwell Drive, Clifton Park
2-5 PM; Sundays, 10 AM-1 PM
Music Festival Farmers Market
& Sons lot, Route 7, Cobleskill
10 AM-2 PM; Wednesdays, 3-5 PM (opens in July)
Area Neighborhood Farmers Market
James Church, 391 Delaware Ave., Albany
4-7 PM (opens late June)
Albany Farmers Market
Plaza, State Street and Broadway, Albany
11 AM-2 PM
State Plaza Farmers Market
end, near Legislative Office Building, Albany
and Fridays, 10 AM-2 PM
Plaza Farmers Market
and North Pearl streets, Albany
11 AM-2 PM.
United Methodist Church Farmers Market
Kenwood Ave., Delmar
Edward Farmers Market
Lanes Parking Lot, Route 4, Fort Edward
10 AM-1 PM
Plain Farmers Market
Willett St., Fort Plain
and Saturdays, 9 AM-3 PM (opens in July)
Falls Farmers Market
Market Pavilion, South Street, Glens Falls
Trail Park, W. Fulton and Cayadutta Streets, Gloversville
8 AM-1 PM.
IGA Lot, Main Street, Greenwich
2-5:30 PM (opens early July)
Village Field, Highland
3-7 PM (opens mid-June)
Barn, 588 Middle Road, Knox
9 AM-1 PM (opens late July)
Cross Church Farmers Market
Street and Western Avenue, Albany
Falls Farmers Market
Memorial Park, Hoosick Falls
2:30-6:30 PM (opens mid-June)
6th and Columbia streets, Hudson
9 AM-1 PM
Falls Farmers Market
Farms, 190 Lower Dix Ave., Hudson Falls
10 AM-1 PM
Johnstown Hotel, East Main Street, Johnstown
3-6 PM (opens mid-June)
Square and Green, Kinderhook
8 AM-12:30 PM (opens mid-June)
Town Stockade Farmers Market
9 AM-2 PM
George Farmers Market
9 across from Gaslight Village, Lake George
10 AM-2 PM
Meager Community Center, Route 9, Malta
11 AM-2 PM
Granville Farmers Market
Store parking lot, off Route 22A, Granville
2-5 PM (opens early July)
Lodge, 23 Cronin Road, Queensbury
10 AM-1 PM (opens mid-June)
Park, Route 22, Salem
10 AM-1 PM (opens early July)
Rock Park, High Rock Avenue, Saratoga Springs
9 AM-1 PM; Wednesdays, 3-6 PM
Farmers Market I
Hall, corner of Franklin and Jay streets, Schenectady
9 AM-1 PM
Farmers Market II
Luke’s Church, 1241 State St., Schenectady
9 AM-1 PM
Glens Falls/Saratoga Farmers Market
Park, Spring Street, South Glens Falls
11 AM-2 PM
Thomas Church Farmers Market
Adams Place, Delmar
Campus Farmers Market
Office Campus, Building 8A, Albany
10 AM-1:30 PM
Plaza/McKownville Farmers Market
Plaza, Western Avenue, Guilderland
11 AM-5 PM (opens early July)
between 3rd and 4th Streets, Troy
10 AM-1:30 PM.
County Farmers Market
Michaels St. Williams Road, North Greenbush.
Waterfront Farmers Market
Dock and Marina, River Street, Troy
9 AM-1 PM
Union Street Farmers Market
lot between upper Union Street and Eastern Parkway, Schenectady
9 AM-1 PM
Riverfront Farmers Market
Mills Park, River Street, Warrensburg
Shores Park, Broadway and 23rd Street, Watervliet
2:30-5:30 PM (opens in July)
Boulevard (Park) at Canal Street, Whitehall
10 AM-1 PM (opens early July)
Holland Ave., opposite VA Hospital, Albany
10 AM-1:30 PM (opens in July)
Union Center, 51 S. Pearl St., Albany. Arena Football League.
24: Louisville Fire
8: South Georgia Wildcats
15: Green Bay Blizzard
L. Bruno Stadium, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy.
New York-Penn League baseball. 629-2287.
23: Oneonta Tigers
25-27: Lowell Spinners
28, 30: Oneonta Tigers
4-6: Vermont Lake Monsters
11-13: Brooklyn Cyclones
14-16: Mahoning Valley Scrappers
24-26: Auburn Doubleday
27-29: Staten Island Yankees
2-4: Hudson Valley Renegades
10-12: State College
20-21: Lowell Spinners
28-29: Vermont Lake Monsters
2,4: Oneonta Tigers
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