Beekman Street Art Gallery
Beekman St., Saratoga Springs, 542-6688.
7/3: Spatial: Abstract Ceramic Sculpture by Harvey
Madison Ave., Albany, 427-3910.
5-28: Elizabeth Dubben: In the Middle of the World.
Columbia St., Albany, 462-4775.
July 3: Works on Paper: Gabe Brown, Ingrid Ludt, Yvonne
Institute of History & Art
Washington Ave., Albany, 463-4478.
Jan. 3, 2010: Hudson River Panorama: 400 Years of
History, Art and Culture. July 3-Aug. 23: Different
at Every Turn: Contemporary Painters of the Hudson River.
Aug. 5: Then & Now: Contemporary Artists Revisit
Warren St., Hudson, 828-4539.
6-July 12: Christopher Quirk: Works.
Center for the Arts
Gypsy Lane, Vermont Route 9, Bennington, Vt., (802) 442-7158.
6-Aug.23: Spirits of the Serengeti.
South St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 443-7171.
10-Nov. 1: Color and Form: The Language of Abstract
Art. June 13-Nov. 1: Frogs: A Chorus of Colors.
Charlton St., Ballston Spa, 885-4000.
Sept. 4: A Few Lines to Let You Know: Letters of the
Warren St., Hudson, 828-1915.
June 21: Spring Group Exhibit. Through June 21: Tattoos
Museum of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845)
27-Dec. 20: Rachel Harrison: Consider the Lobster.
Now 2009 at the Center for Photography at Woodstock.
for Photography at Woodstock
Tinker St., Woodstock, (845) 679-9957.
13-July 26: Character Recognition. June 13-July
26: Photography Now 2009.
Glen St., Glens Falls, 793-2826.
Oct. 18: All Cordially Invited: Entertainment in the
Museum of Science & Technology
Jordan Road, Troy, 235-2120.
Living Indoor Hudson River; Operation
W.I.L.D.; Weather Front; Go
Power!; Molecularium Animated Dome Show.
South St., Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-9545.
June 21: Second Empire Paris: History and Modernity.
June 7-Sept. 7: Dove/O’Keefe: Circles of Influence.
Broadway, Troy, 272-6811.
June 24: Ailian Price: Lotus Blossoms.
Gallery, 4400 Route 23, Hudson, 828-4181.
Aug. 28: Student Art Show.
Davis Fine Art
Warren St., Hudson, 822-1890.
June 22: Perceptive Portraits.
Center for the Arts, 1002 Madison Ave., Albany, 485-3902.
5-Sept. 15: Karene Faul Alumni Exhibition.
Road, Route 80, Cooperstown, (888) 547-1499.
Oct. 31: Wild Times! A New York Animal Road Trip.
Road, Route 80, Cooperstown, (607) 547-1400.
July 5: Our Stories Made Visible: Two Mohawk Women
Artists. Through Aug. 2: American Photography:
Recent Acquisitions. Through Dec. 31: Bits
of Home. Through Dec. 31: New Additions/New
Perspectives: American Indian Art. Through Dec.
31: America’s Rome: Artists in the Eternal City.
Lehman Loeb Art Center
College, Poughkeepsie, (845) 437-7404.
July 26: Catching Light: European and American Watercolors
From the Permanent Collection.
Fulton St., Troy, 274-8464.
June 18: Print Club of Albany Show.
Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock, (845) 679-0027.
June 30: Laurence Demaison: AUTOPORTRAITS.
Warren St., Glens Falls, 792-1761.
June 21: Old Master Prints From the Sparling Family
Collection. July 12-Oct. 18: Degas & Music.
Caverns Road, Howes Cave, 296-8949.
Dec. 31: Native Americans in the Performing Arts:
From Ballet to Rock and Roll.
1/2 Warren St., Hudson, 828-5907.
June 21: Rosanna Bruno: Paintings.
George Arts Project
Gallery, Canada and Lower Amherst streets, Lake George Village,
June 12: Kathryn Greenwood: Personal Effects.
July 11-Aug. 14: Zoo Logic (Animals in Art).
Aug. 25-Sept. 10: Raising the Fleet: An Art/Science
Broadway, Troy, 274-9377.
June 20: The Essential George Hoffman.
Marshall St., North Adams, Mass., (413) 664-4481.
Sept. 7 (Kidspace): Matt Bua: Cribs. Through
Oct. 31: The Nanjing Particles. Through Jan.
2010: Long Time Gone. Through Feb. 28: These
Days: Elegies for Modern Times. Through Spring 2010:
Guy Ben-Ner: Thursday the 12th. Through Spring
2010: This Is Killing Me. Through Nov. 2033:
Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective.
Museum of Dance
S. Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-2225.
On Broadway: The Evolution of Dance on the Broadway
Stage; Kenn Duncan; Ballet Russes;
The C.V. Whitney Hall of Fame.
Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
Union Ave., Saratoga Springs, 584-0400.
Sept. 2009: Ride On!
York State Military Museum
Lake Ave., Saratoga Springs, 581-5100.
Fiery Trial and Sacrifice: New York and the First
World War; World War II: United for Victory;
Background for Freedom: New York and the Revolutionary
York State Museum
State Plaza, Albany, 474-5877.
July 5: Rockwell Kent: This Is My Own. Through
Aug. 16: Mapping the Birds of New York State: The
Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State.
Opens July 3: 1609.
Warren St., Hudson, 828-5090.
July 3: Joan Banach: Monuments of Ur.
Mass., (413) 298-4100.
9-Oct. 25: The Fantastical Faces of Peter Rockwell:
A Sculptor’s Retrospective.
International Arts Center
Sculpture Park, 59 Letter S Road, Ghent, 392-4747.
13-Sept. 2009: 2009 Summer Annual Exhibition.
College of Albany, 140 New Scotland Ave., Albany, 292-1778.
July 24: Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition. Aug. 31-Oct.
23: Lina Puerta: Natura.
Studios Fine Art Gallery
Broad St., Schuylerville, 369-3280.
June 27: Spring Opening: Group Show.
Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs,
Nov. 7: Mid-Century Marvels: The Dennis Dammerman
Collection. Ongoing: NYSSCA Hall of Fame;
Racing in New York.
County Arts Council
Center Gallery, 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-4132.
6-July 25: The Space Between: John Yost & Barbara
County Historical Society
Washington Ave., Schenectady, 372-0263.
Oct. 1: A Most Beautiful Land.
College, Saratoga Springs, 580-5849.
June 20: Plugged. July 7-Oct. 4: Nathalie
203, Spencertown, 392-3693.
June 28: Woodland Chic: Artists Go Into the Woods.
Teaching Museum and Gallery
College, 815 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-8080.
June 14: Me Us Them: Works by Oliver Herring.
Through July 12: Elevator Music 14: Lucky Dragons.
Through Aug. 30: Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History.
Through Aug. 30: Eduardo Paolozzi: General Dynamic
F.U.N. June 6-April 25: Amazement Park: Stan,
Sara and Johannes VanDerBeek.
River St., Troy, 833-0504.
June 23: Photographs by Linda Kindlon; Ceramics
by Ruth McKinney Burket; Mixed Media by Amanda Messineo.
Slater Destroyer Escort Historical Museum
at the foot of Madison Avenue, Albany, 431-1943.
Nov. 2009: Vintage World War II-era destroyer escort;
tours Wednesday through Sunday, 10 AM-4 PM.
Gallery, Hubbard Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, 677-2765.
5-30: Ceramics by Regina Wickham.
N. Main St., Albany, 453-6600.
July 10: Uncommon Perspectives: Paintings and Needlepoint
by Lorraine Chesin and Photographs by Susan Gill.
College, Olin Hall, Annandale-on-Hudson; The Daniel Arts
Center at Simon’s Rock College/Bard, Great Barrington, Mass.;
Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., (800) 875-7156,
26 (8 PM, Bard); June 27 (6 PM, Simon’s Rock); June 28 (3
PM, Clark): Celebrating Haydn and Bach. July 3 (8 PM, Bard);
July 4 (6 PM, Simon’s Rock): John Gay’s The Beggar’s
Opera, and Selected Handel Arias. July 10 (8 PM, Bard);
July 11 (6 PM, Simon’s Rock); July 12 (3 PM, Clark): Baroque
Favorites. July 17 (8 PM, Bard); July 18 (6 PM, Simon’s
Rock); July 19 (3 PM, Clark): Music in the Time of Goya.
Music Festival: Wagner and His World
College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900. The two-weekend
festival is presented at various venues on the Bard campus,
as part of the summer-long Bard Summerscape festival.
14-16: The Fruits of Ambition. Concerts in the Sosnoff
Theater and Olin Hall will celebrate the music of Richard
Wagner and his contemporaries. Aug. 21-23: Engineering
the Triumph of Wagnerism. Artists will include the American
Symphony Orchestra, Bard Festival Chorale, Bard
Festival Chamber Players, pianist Pei-Yao Wang,
Borromeo String Quartet, and many more.
City Hall, Albany. Enjoy the bells from the parks near City
Hall. All concerts at 1 PM. 434-8036. Many programs will
include Dutch music in honor of the Hudson River Quadricentennial.
7: Charles Semowich. June 14: Amy Heebner.
June 21: George Matthew, Jr. June 28: Wesley Arai.
July 4: Gerald Martindale. July 5: Gordon Slater.
July 12: Anne Kroeze. July 19: Elena Sadina,
Sergei Gratchev. July 26: David Maker.
Valley Chamber Music Circle
Hall, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900.
Performances begin at 8 PM.
13: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio. June 20: Trio
con Brio Copenhagen. June 27: Emerson String Quartet.
Busch Opera Theatre, Cooperstown, (607) 547-2255 or glimmerglass.org.
Evening and matinee performances. Visit Web site for times
and complete schedule.
18-Aug. 25: Verdi’s La Traviata. July 19-Aug. 23:
Rossini’s La Cenerentola. July 25-Aug. 24: Menotti’s
The Consul. Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23: Purcell’s Dido
George Opera at Saratoga
Little Theater, Saratoga Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga
Springs, 584-6018 or lakegeorgeopera.org.
2 (7:30 PM); July 5 (2 PM); July 8 (2 PM); July 10 (7:30
PM); July 12 (2 PM): Puccini’s Madame Butterfly.
July 3 (7:30 PM); July 7 (2 PM); July 9 (2 PM); July 11
(7:30 PM): Donizetti’s Don Pasquale. July 11 (1 PM):
Eleanor Roosevelt, workshop performance.
Sembrich Concert Series
Sembrich Opera Museum, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing.
Other venues as noted.
13 (2 PM) Young Performers Showcase. June 20 (7:30 PM):
Schubertiade with Lake George Opera Apprentices.
July 1 (1:30 PM): Silver Bay Ensemble. July 4 (5
PM, Rogers Park): Atlantic Crossing. July 11 (7:30
PM): Classical accordianist Lidia Kaminska. July
17 (10 AM, Bolton Central High School): Seagle Colony
children’s opera Carmenella. July 18 (7:30 PM): Pianist
Christopher Johnson, Franz Liszt: A Spiritual Journey.
Aug. 1 (7:30 PM): Wargo-Steveskey Flute-Guitar Duo.
Aug. 5 (1:30 PM): Violinist Philip Kates. Aug. 9
(7 PM, St. James Church, Lake George): Players from the
Philadelphia Orchestra and Hyperion; Mendelssohn’s Octet.
Aug. 12 (7:30 PM): Bel Canto Singers. Aug. 15 (7:30
PM, The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls): Luzerne Chamber
Players. Aug. 22 (7:30 PM, The Hyde Collection): Soprano
Phoebe Fennell, tenor Eric Fennell, pianist
Michael Fennelly; From the Paris Opera: Arias &
Duets. Sept. 5 (7:30 PM): Pianist Eric Trudel; Rachmaninoff
Concert Hall, 120 Maverick Road (off Route 375), Woodstock,
(845) 679-8217 or maverickconcerts.org.
4 (6 PM): Tokyo String Quartet. July 5 (4 PM): Shanghai
Quartet. July 11 (8 PM): The Paul Winter Consort.
July 12 (4 PM): Juilliard String Quartet. July 19
(4 PM) Violinist Timothy Fain. July 26 (4 PM): Janaki
String Trio. Aug. 1 (11 AM): Young People’s Concert
with Elizabeth Mitchell and Family. Aug. 2 (4 PM):
Trio Solist. Aug. 8 (6 PM): Violinist Maria Bachmann,
pianist Andrew Armstrong, cellist Wendy Sutter.
Aug. 9 (4 PM): Cellist Katinka Kleijn. Aug. 15 (11
AM): Young People’s Concert with Antares. Aug. 15
(6 PM): Antares. Aug. 16 (4 PM): Amernet String
Quartet with James Tocco, piano. Aug. 22 (11
AM): Young People’s Concert with piano prodigy Alice
Burla. Aug. 22 (6 PM): Soprano Nancy Allen Lundy,
pianist Stephen Gosling. Aug. 23 (4 PM): Enso
String Quartet. Aug. 29 (6 PM): Cellist Zuill Bailey,
pianist Robert Koenig. Aug. 30 (4 PM) American
String Quartet. Sept. 5 (6 PM): Maverick Chember
Players. Aug. 6 (4 PM): Daedalus Quartet.
Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, 677-2495 or hubbardhall.org.
7 (7 PM): Cello Seminar Concert. July 11 (8 PM): Music Made
Visual, works by Schubert, Haydn, Pârt. July 26 (3 PM):
French Feminine, works by Bonis, Dvorák, Franck. Aug. 8
(8 PM): Eloquent Antic Romantic, works by Mendelssohn, Bach,
Françaix. Aug. 16 (3 PM): Bloch . . . To the Future, works
by Bloch, Haydn, and a world premiere by Yu-Hui Chang.
Performing Arts Center
Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 587-3330. SPAC
is the summer residence of the Philadelphia Orchestra and
Saratoga Chamber Music Festival.
Steinbacher with the Philadelphia Orchestra at SPAC
stage. Orchestral performances take place at 8 PM unless
noted. Most concerts feature conductor Charles Dutoit.
5: Pianist Yefim Bronfman, narrator Alec Baldwin;
Copland’s Lincoln Portrait, Brahms, Musorgsky/Ravel.
Aug. 6: Pianist André Watts; Tchaokovsky, Berlioz,
Grieg. Aug. 7: Pops night with conductor Jeff Tyzik;
Magical Movie Music. Aug. 8: Violinist Joshua Bell;
Ravel, Mendelssohn, Dvorák. Aug. 12: Cellist Yo-Yo Ma;
Ranjbaran, Ravel, Schumann, Lalo. Aug. 13: Pianist Emanuel
Ax; Mozart, Beethoven, Shostakovich. Aug. 14: Pops night
with conductor Erich Kunzel; music from High School
Musical, West Side Story and more. Aug. 15: Violinist
Gil Shaham; Bizet, Charbrier, Debussy, Sarasate,
Massenet, Saint-Saëns, Offenbach. Aug 19: Pianist Jean-Yves
Thibaudet; Ravel, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Ravel. Aug. 20:
Marvin Hamlisch conducts a pops program; Berlin,
Joplin, Rodgers, Kern. Aug. 21: Violinist Arabella Steinbacher;
all-Tchaokovsky program. Aug. 22: Pianist Kirill Gerstein;
Rossini, Rachmaninoff, Grieg, Falla, Ravel
Chamber Music Festival
Little Theater. Featuring members of the Philadelphia Orchestra,
with guests as noted. The music director is Chantal Juillet.
4 (8 PM): Pianist Yefim Bronfman; Brahms, Tchaikowski,
Dvorák, Mozart. Aug. 9 (2:15 PM): Pianist André Watts;
Rossini, Ravel, Godfried, Schubert. Aug. 10 (8 PM): Violinist
Jean-Frederic Neuburger; Mozart, Satie, Debussy,
Chausson. Aug. 16 (2:15 PM): Pianist Richard Kyung-ki
Joo and violinist Aleksey Igudesman; A Little
Nightmare Music. Aug. 18 (8 PM): Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet;
Beethoven, Prokofiev, Poulenc, Mendelssohn.. Aug. 23 (2:15
PM): Violinist Arabella Steinbacher; Stravinsky,
Mass., (413) 637-5165 or 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, in the Koussevitzky Music
Shed, Ozawa Hall and Tanglewood Theatre.
26 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Emerson String Quartet; Ives,
Dvorák, Barber. June 28 (2:30 PM, Ozawa Hall): Juilliard
String Quartet; Haydn. June 29 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Tanglewood
Music Center Orchestra; Sibelius. July 2 (8 PM, Ozawa
Hall): Pianist Stephen Kovacevich; Bach, Schumann,
Beethoven. July 3 (8:30 PM, Shed): Boston Symphony Orchestra,
pianist Yefim Bronfman; Tchaikovsky. July 5 (2:30
PM, Shed): BSO, violinist Christian Tetzlaff;
Stravinsky, Brahms. July 5 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Violinist
Christian Tetzlaff; Beethoven sonatas. July 7 (8
PM, Ozawa Hall): Violinist Christian Tetzlaff; Beethoven
sonatas. July 9 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Violinist Christian
Tetzlaff; Beethoven sonatas. July 10 (8:30 PM, Shed):
BSO, pianist Emanuel Ax; Nielsen, Beethoven,
Brahms. July 11 (8:30 PM, Shed): Tanglewood Music Center
Orchestra, soprano Hei-Kyung Hong; Wagner’s Die
Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Act III. July 12 (2:30 PM,
Shed): BSO, violinist Joshua Bell; Beethoven,
Bruch, Dvorák. July 14 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Le Concert
des Nations; Lully, Biber, Corelli, Handel, Scarlatti,
Boccherini. July 15 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Le Concert des
Nations, narrator F. Murray Abraham; Johnson,
Locke, Purcell. July 17 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, pianist
Leon Fleisher; Mozart, Mahler. July 18 (8:30 PM,
Shed): Boston Pops, John Williams; Film Night
at Tanglewood. July 19 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO; Mozart.
July 20 (8 PM, Ozawa Hall): Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra;
Strauss, Schoenberg, Ives, Milhaud. July 22 (8 PM, Ozawa
Hall): Baritone Thomas Hampton; Ives, Griffes, Carpenter,
Barber. July 24 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, violist Steven
Ansell; Berlioz, Musorgsky. July 25 (2:30 PM, Shed):
BSO, baritone Matthias Goerne, Tanglewood
Festival Chorus; Brahms’ German Requiem. July
26 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO, pianist Orli Shaham,
baritone Thomas Hampson; Harris, Thomson, Barber,
Bernstein. July 26-27, 29 (7:30 PM, Theatre): Tanglewood
Music Center Fellows and Orchestra; Mozart’s Don
Giovanni. July 28 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, James
Levine, Keith Lockhart, John Williams,
Leonard Slatkin; Tanglewood on Parade. July 30 (8
PM, Ozawa Hall): Flautists Sir James Galway, Lady
Jeanne Galway. July 31 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO,
violinist Vadim Repin; Beethoven Debussy, Ravel.
Aug. 1 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, Sir James Galway;
Debussy, Copland, Mozart. Aug.2 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO,
pianist Leif Ove Andsnes; Beethoven, Rachmaninoff.
Aug. 3 (8 PM, Shed): Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
and Vocal Fellows, pianist Peter Serkin; Stravinsky.
Aug. 7 (8:30 PM, Shed): Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart,
Chris Botti. Aug. 8 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO,
Tanglewood Festival Chorus; Prokofiev, Orff. Aug.
9 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO, cellist Yo-Yo Ma;
Perle, Shostakovich, Fauré, Bizet. Aug. 12 (8 PM, Ozawa
Hall): Boston Symphony Chamber Players, pianist André
Previn; Villa-Lobos, Previn, Brahms. Aug. 14 (8:30 PM,
Shed): BSO, pianist Yefim Bronfman; Rachmaninoff,
Shostakovich. Aug. 15 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, pianist
Jean-Yves Thibaudet; Beethoven, Liszt, Ravel. Aug.
16 (2:30 PM, Shed): Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra,
pianist Garrick Ohlsson; Brahms. Aug. 19-20 (8 PM,
Shed): BSO, Michael Tilson Thomas, guest singers;
an evening of Yiddish theater music. Aug. 21 (8:30 PM, Shed):
BSO, pianist David Fray; Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven.
Aug. 22 (8:30 PM, Shed): BSO, violinist Gil Shaham;
Mendelssohn. Aug. 23 (2:30 PM, Shed): BSO, Tanglewood
Festival Chorus; Ives, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.
Pond Concert Series
Tannery, Mount Lebanon Shaker Village and Darrow School,
Route 20, New Lebanon, (888) 820-9441. Concerts are at 8
13: Misha and Cipa Dichter, duo pianos; works
by Dvorák, Schubert, Shostakovich, Beethoven, Liszt. July
4: Brentano String Quartet; works by Monteverdi,
Haydn, Beethoven. Aug. 1: Alon Goldstein, piano;
works by Bach, Beethoven, Dorman, Brahms, Ginastera. Aug.
22: Madalyn and Cicely Parnas, violin and
cello, Christian Steiner, piano; works by Beethoven,
Chamber Music Festival
Performing Arts Center, 5379 Main St., Windham, 734-3868.
Performances are at 8 PM.
19: Windham Festival Chamber Orchestra. Aug. 15:
Borromeo String Quartet.
Center for the Performing Arts, Route 9G, Annadale-on-Hudson,
SummerScape: July 9-12: Lucinda Childs’ Dance,
a collaboration with Philip Glass and Sol LeWitt.
Harris Puremovement at Jacob's Pillow.
Pillow Dance Festival
Route 20 (eight miles east of Lee), Becket, Mass., (413)
Shawn Theatre: June 20: Season Opening Gala. June
24-28: Belén Maya and Rocío Molina, Mujeres.
July 1-5: Ballet Maribor, Radio and Juliet.
July 8-12: Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. July 15-19:
Groupe Emile Dubois. July 22-26: Merce Cunningham
Dance Company. July 29-Aug. 2: Les Grands Ballets
Canadiens de Montréal. Aug. 5-9: Rennie Harris Puremovement.
Aug. 12-16: Doug Varone and Dancers. Aug. 19-23:
Pacific Northwest Ballet. Aug. 26-30: Ballet Hispanico.
Aug. 23: A Jazz Happening.
Duke Theatre: July 1-5: LAFA & Artists. July
8-12: Gallim Dance. July 15-19: David Rousséve/REALITY.
July 22-26, July 29-Aug. 2: Jason Samuels Smith and A.C.G.I.
Aug. 5-9: Jacinta Vlach/Liberation Dance Theater.
Aug. 12-16: Rubberbandance Group. Aug. 19-23: Kidd
Pivot. Aug. 26-30: Doug Elkins and Friends’ Fräulein
York City Ballet
Performing Arts Center, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 587-3330.
New York City Ballet is in residence July 7-18. Performances
are at 8 PM Tuesday-Saturday, with 2 PM matinees on Thursdays
7 (8 PM): Mercurial Manoeuvres, Romeo and Juliet pas
de deux, Symphony in Three Movements, Theme and Variations.
July 8 (8 PM): Concerto Barocco, the Cage, Other
Dances, Firebird. July 9 (2 PM): Mercurial Manoeuvres,
Romeo and Juliet pas de deux, Symphony in Three Movements,
Theme and Variations. July 9 (8 PM): Concerto
Barocco, the Cage, Papillons, Theme and Variations.
July 10 (8 PM): Donzinetti Variations, the Cage, Other
Dances, Firebird. July 11 (2 PM): Donzinetti
Variations, Romeo and Juliet pas de deux, Papillons, Symphony
in Three Movements. July 11 (8 PM): Stars
and Stripes, Hallelujah Junction, Tarantella, Slaughter
on Tenth Avenue. July 14 (8 PM): Swan Lake, New Millepied
Ballet, the Four Temperaments. July 15 (8 PM):
Coppélia. July 16 (2 PM): Scotch Symphony,
Hallelujah Junction, A Simple Symphony, the Four Temperaments.
July 16 (8 PM): Swan Lake, New Millepied Ballet,
the Four Temperaments. July 17 (8 PM): Coppélia.
July 18 (2 PM): Coppélia. July 18 (8 PM):
Scotch Symphony, A Simple Symphony, Other Dances, Symphony
in Three Movements.
Performing Arts Center
9, Saratoga Springs, 584-9330.
11: Paul Taylor Dance Company. July 20-21:
Mark Morris Dance Group.
9 Maple Avenue
Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs, 583-CLUB, 9mapleavenue.com.
Jon LeRoy Quartet. 6/13: Stage Left with ShaRon.
6/19: Dave Fisk Quartet. 6/20: Joe Barna Group.
6/26: Jill Hughes. 6/27: Benoit-Savage-Borrello
Tinker St., Woodstock, myspace.com/alchemyofwoodstock.
the Bowmans. 6/13: Jill Stevenson. 6/19: Ramblin
Jug Stompers. 6/20: Happy Traum. 6/21: Naked.
6/26: Machan Taylor. 6/27: Stoney Clove Lane.
7/10: the Kennedys. 7/11: Uncle Monk. 7/17:
Joy Askew, Sarah Finn. 7/18: Amy and Leslie.
7/31: Olivia Maxwell with Richard Lloyd. 8/8: Tracy
Bonham. 8/14: Swati. 8/16: Earthound.
8/28: Erin Hobson. 8/30: the Parkington Sisters.
Tinker St., Woodstock, (845) 679-4406, bearsvilletheater.com.
Culture featuring Kenyatta Hill, Corey Harris.
6/13: Junior Brown, Jack Grace Band. 6/18:
Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk. 6/21: Stick Men—Tony
Levin, Pat Mastelotto and Michael Bernier,
3. 6/27: Julian Lage. 7/2: Conor Oberst
and the Mystic Valley Band. 7/5: Fountains of Wayne,
Mike Viola. 7/22: Mick Taylor Band.
7/23: Average White Band. 7/25: Buckwheat Zydeco.
7/31: Tom Rush. 8/8: Woodstock Reggae Festival with
Taj Weeks and Adowa.
Phila St., Saratoga Springs, 583-0222, caffelena.com.
Rick Rourke and Lost Wages. 6/13: Session Americana.
6/14. Travis Gray. 6/16: Luka Bloom. 6/19:
Guy Davis. 6/20: Siobhan Quinn, Michael Bowers
and Ben Murray. 6/24: David Fey. 6/26: Frank
Vignola Trio. 6/27: Aoife Clancy. 6/28: Matthew
Loiacono and Ben Davis. 7/3: Leigh Gibson and Tony
Watt. 7/5: Acoustic Strawbs. 7/10: Boreal
Tordu. 7/11: Jesse and Joseph Bruchac with John Kirk.
7/12: Katie Haverly and Scientific Maps. 7/17: Eric
Taylor. 7/18: Angel Band. 7/19: Mike and Ruthy.
7/20: Julia Ilowiecki. 7/25: Roy Hurd with Frank
Orsini and Meadow Merry. 7/26: Seamus Kennedy.
7/29: Alash Ensemble. 7/31: Jeanne O’Connor and
Friends. 8/1: Graham Parker. 8/8: Richard
Shindell. 8/2: the Fipsydz. 8/7: Jamcrackers.
8/8: Richard Shindell. 8/9: Rowan Brothers.
8/12: Brittany Shoup. 8/14: Bill Staines.
8/15: Laura Vecchione Trio. 8/16: Chris Smither.
8/21: Sonny and Perley. 8/23: Paul Strausman Fundraiser
(3 PM). 8/23: Al Stewart. 8/28: the Callen Sisters.
8/29: Aztec Two-Step. 8/30: the Honeycutters.
King St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK, iheg.com.
Indigo Girls, Matt Nathanson. 6/19: Gary
Burton Quartet Revisited. 6/26: Madeleine Peyroux.
7/10: JOHN TESH. 7/31: Billy Bragg. 8/2: the
Main St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-6308, clubhelsinkiweb.com.
Eilen Jewell. 6/20: Hot Club of Cowtown.
South St., Pittsfield, Mass., 413-997-4444.
Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone. 7/12: the
Temptations. 7/20: Jeff Daniels. 7/22: Dark
Star Orchestra. 7/24: Gary Puckett. 8/1: Tom
Chapin and the Chapin Family.
State Plaza, Albany, 473-1845, theegg.org.
Boz Scaggs. 7/10: the Church, Adam Franklin.
7/25: Dr. John and the Lower 911, Al Kooper and
the Funky Family. 7/26: the Old Crow Medicine Show.
8/2: Billy Bragg. 8/15: the Robert Cray Band,
Les McCann/Javin Jackson Quintet.
Van Deusenville Road, Great Barrington, Mass., 413-528-1955.
Children’s Peace Project Benefit Concert. 6/13: Meg Hutchinson.
6/20: Mustard’s Retreat. 6/26: JoAnne Redding.
6/27: David Roth. 7/3-5: Arlo Guthrie’s Annual
Summer Revival. 7/10: Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem.
7/11: John McCutcheon. 7/17-18: Tom Rush.
7/24: Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion. 7/31: Work
O’ the Weavers. 8/1: Naomi Sommers. 8/8: Gandalf
Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams 8/14-15:
the Highwaymen. 8/21: Bill Staines. 8/22:
Work O’ the Weavers. 8/28: John Mock. 8/29:
Vance Gilbert. 9/4: Mac Talla Mor.
Putnam St., Saratoga Springs, 261-1766.
the Ginger Brothers. 6/12: the Remainders.
6/13: Mrozek and the Dirty Girls. 6/18: Jezzy
Tree. 6/19: Green. 6/20: Headbomb. 6/25:
the Ginger Brothers. 6/26: the Remainders.
6/27: the Brat Pack. 7/2: Jezzy Tree. 7/3:
Robanic. 7/4: Headbomb. 7/9: the Ginger
Brothers. 7/10: the Remainders. 7/11: Gravity.
7/16: the Ginger Brothers. 7/17: Mrozek and the
Dirty Girls. 7/18: Green. 7/23: the Ginger
Brothers. 7/24: the Remainders. 7/25: the Brat
Pack. 7/29: Gravity. 7/30: the Ginger Brothers.
7/31: Pariah. 8/1: Jocamo. 8/5: Robanic.
8/6: the Ginger Brothers. 8/7: the Remainders.
8/8: Headbomb. 8/12: Robanic. 8/13: the Ginger
Brothers. 8/14: the Remainders. 8/15: Gravity.
8/19: Robanic. 8/20: the Ginger Brothers.
8/21: Pariah. 8/22: Green. 8/26: Robanic.
8/27: the Ginger Brothers. 8/28: Gravity.
8/29: Jocamo. 9/2: Robanic. 9/3: the Ginger
Brothers. 9/4: the Remainders. 9/5: Jezzy
Horse Music Hall
Center St., Northampton, Mass., (413) 584-0610, iheg.com.
Dennis Brennan, Cliff Eberhardt, Mark Erelli,
Tracy Grammer, Jim Henry. 6/12: Lori McKenna.
6/12: Telekinesis, An Horse. 6/18: Freedy
Johnston, Rebecca Pronsky. 6/19: Alejandro
Escovedo. 6/19: Hendersin. 6/20: Winterpills.
6/20: Girl in a Coma, Miss Derringer. 6/21:
California Guitar Trio. 6/23: the Cowboy Junkies,
Lee Harvey Osmond. 6/24: the Slip, Phantogram.
6/27: Robbie Fulks. 6/28: Evolution Trio.
7/10: Albert Cummings. 7/11: Willie Nile.
7/11: Bowerbirds, Megafaun. 7/12: Heather
Masse. 7/14: Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. 7/16: Michael
Burks. 7/17: Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters.
7/18: Jimmy Tingle. 7/21: Grupo Fantasma.
7/22: Deer Tick, Dawes. 7/23: Chris Hillman
with Herb Pedersen. 7/24: Hal Ketchum. 7/24:
Cold Duck Complex. 7/25: Johnny A. 7/25: Frightened
Rabbit. 7/26: Lunch Money. 7/26: Christine
Lavin, Don White. 7/30: Paul Oscher. 7/31:
Lovell Sisters Band. 8/1: Rust Never Sleeps
(Neil Young tribute). 8/6: the Duhks, Hoots and
Hellmouth. 8/14: Saffire—the Uppity Blues Women.
8/21: Debbie Davies Band. 8/23: Justin Roberts
and the Not Ready for Nap Time Trio. 8/27: Richie
Furay Band. 9/6: Tab Benoit.
Linda—WAMC Performing Arts Studio
Central Ave., Albany, 465-5233 ext. 4, wamcarts.org.
Guggenheim Grotto. 6/13: Uncle Rock (noon).
6/20: Arthur Danzy CD release. 6/26: CRUMBS Night
Out with Eric Margan and the Red Lions.
Marshall St., North Adams, Mass., (413) 662-2111, massmoca.org.
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo. 6/26: Roomful of Teeth.
6/27: Blonde Redhead. 7/11: Aimee Mann. 7/18:
Babe the Blue Ox. 7/25: Bang on a Can plays
Steve Reich. 8/1: Bang on a Can Marathon. 8/8: Julia
Greenberg sings Dory Previn.
Country Commons, Route 146, Clifton Park, 371-0012, northernlightslive.com.
Danielle Carente Band. 6/12: Naughty By Nature,
Biz Markie. 6/14: Bayside, I Am the Avalanche,
Caleb Lionheart, California. 6/16: Halestorm,
the Veer Union, Burn Halo, Since October.
6/27: Dyken Pond Wildlife Benefit with Mike Campese,
Nocturum, Untaymed, Coyle. 7/2: Attic
of Love, Deadlift. 7/7: the Wallflowers.
7/11: Kenny Wayne Shepherd. 7/13: Escape the Fate,
A Skylite Drive, Medina Lake. 7/16: Reel
Big Fish, the English Beat, Supervillains.
7/17: Summer Slaughter Tour with Necrophagist, Ensiferum,
Darkest Hour, more. 7/21: Kevin Costner and Modern
West. 7/22: Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong,
Fireworks, the Swellers, Grave Maker.
7/24: Queensryche. 7/28: the Acacia Strain,
Evergreen Terrace, Cruel Hand, Unholy,
Ashes of Atrocity CD release, the Viking CD
release. 8/3: Sugar Ray, Fastball. 8/7: 10
for $10 Hardcore Festival with Poison the Well, more.
8/22: Emery, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster,
Closure in Moscow, Ivory Line, Kiros,
Restless Street. 8/28: the Empire Shall Fall,
Deadlift, A Breath of Mercury.
Clinton Ave., Albany, 465-4663.
John Legend, Vaughn Anthony. 7/21: Maxwell.
8/4: Progressive Nation Tour with Dream Theater,
Zappa Plays Zappa, Pain of Salvation, Beardfish.
Lake Ave., Saratoga Springs, 583-1916, partingglasspub.com.
Big Medicine. 6/13: Frank Wakefield 75th Birthday
Show. 6/19-20: the McKrells. 6/26: Forthlin Road.
6/27: Saint James Gate.
Pearl St., Northampton, Mass., (800) THE-TICK, iheg.com.
New York Dolls, Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears.
6/28: Halestorm, Burn Halo, the Veer Union,
Since October. 7/14: Yeasayer, Ponytail.
8/2: Gang Gang Dance. 8/6: St. Vincent.
Park, Northampton, Mass., iheg.com.
Tom Jones. 6/24: Gordon Lightfoot. 7/28: Joan
Baez. 8/23: B.B. King.
Lauper at Proctors.
State St., Schenectady, 346-6204, proctors.org.
Cyndi Lauper, Rosie O’Donnell.
Broadway, Albany, 432-8584, redsquarealbany.com.
Union Boots, Paper and Sand, Black Mountain
Symphony. 6/13: Sub Bombin release party with Pluto,
DJ Midas, Pandha Pirhana, Mr. Blackout,
more. 6/14: Finding Fiction, Sea of Trees.
6/18: the Big Takeover, the Alchemystics,
Skadee. 6/19: Jerkwater Ruckus, Sugarproof.
River St., Troy, 274-0553, revolutionhall.com.
Super 400. 6/26: the Foy Brothers. 6/27: Alive!
6/28: Yonder Mountain String Band. 7/10: U-Melt,
McLovins. 7/11: Evolution (Journey tribute),
Bedspins. 8/21: 40 Oz. to Freedom.
Keith at SPAC.
Performing Arts Center
Spa State Park, Route 9, Saratoga Springs, 476-1000, spac.org.
Dave Matthews Band, the Hold Steady. 6/16:
New Kids on the Block. 6/23: 311, Ziggy
Marley. 7/3: Poison, Def Leppard, Cheap
Trick. 7/4: REO Speedwagon, Styx, .38
Special. 7/12: Channel 103.1 Big Day Out with the Offspring,
Sum 41, Staind, Chevelle, Shinedown,
Halestorm. 7/22: Nickelback, Hinder,
Papa Roach, Saving Abel. 7/24: Jackson
Browne. 7/28: Crosby Stills and Nash. 8/8: O.A.R.
8/11: Creed. 8/16: Phish. 8/26: the Moody
Blues. 8/27: Blink 182, Weezer, Taking
Back Sunday, Chester French. 9/1: Crue Fest II
with Motley Crue, Godsmack, Drowning Pool,
Theory of A Deadman, Charm City Devils. 9/3:
Toby Keith, Trace Adkins.
North Church St., Schenectady, 346-3400, stockadeinn.com.
Steve Lambert Duo. 6/12: Lee Shaw Trio. 6/18:
Jody Shayne Duo. 6/19: Keith Pray Duo. 6/25:
Theresa Broadwell. 6/26: Al Haugen Duo.
Mass., (413) 637-1600, tanglewood.org.
Diana Krall. 7/21: Tony Bennett. 8/7: Chris
Botti. 8/28-30: James Taylor. 9/4-6: Tanglewood
Jazz Festival with Paquito D’Rivera, John Pizzarelli,
Regina Carter, Nnenna Freelon, more.
S. Pearl St., Albany, 487-2000, timesunioncenter-albany.com.
Lee Greenwood. 7/10: Terrific Teen Tour. 7/25: Green
Day, the Bravery. 7/27: Billy Joel, Elton
John. 8/2: AC/DC. 8/10: Daniel O’Donnell.
8/19: American Idols Live.
New Scotland Ave., Albany, 432-6572, valentinesalbany.com.
Maps and Atlases, Fang Island, So Many
Dynamos. 6/13: Ashley Pond CD release. 6/13:
Rob Jonas CD release. 6/18: Winterpills. 6/19:
Skeleton Key. 6/22: A Static Lullaby, Vanna,
Asking Alexander, Motionless in White, Tides
of Man. 7/12: My Favorite Highway, the
Cab, Rocket to the Moon, the Summer Set,
Eyealaska. 8/8: Jeffree Star, Artist vs
Poet, Let’s Get It, Watchout! There’s Ghosts.
Gaming and Raceway, 342 Jefferson St., Saratoga Springs,
the Refrigerators. 6/19: New York Players.
6/26: Electric City Horns. 7/3: the Big Smoothies.
7/9: Loose Cannon. 7/16: Abba Gold.
7/30: Classic Rock Tribute Celebration. 8/6: Beginnings.
Homegrown Music Festival
Shepard Park, Lake George, 928-0170
Capital Zen, Joe Mama Band, Flakjacket,
Three Dimensional Figures, the Distractions,
the Loyalty, Burning Man, Sauce, Center
Of Detention, Cassandra Bacon, Strange Days,
the Novelty, the Bark Eaters.
Lookout Country Club, Mariaville, campbisco.net.
the Disco Biscuits, Nas and Damien “Jr. Gong”
Marley, STS9, Chromeo, the Orb,
Special Disco Version, Dr. Dog, K’Naan,
Ridge Folk Festival
County Road 7D, off Route 22, Hillsdale, (866) 325-2744,
Amy Speace, Dan Navarro, Ellis Paul,
Girlyman, Janis Ian, Kathy Mattea,
Mecca Bodega, Pamela Means, Ryan Montbleau
Band, Susan Werner, Tracy Grammer, Kathryn
Wedderburn, more, more.
Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga
Springs, 587-3300 (SPAC) or 476-1000 (Ticketmaster), spac.org.
Freihofer’s Jazz Festival with Patti LaBelle, SMV,
George Benson, Bettye Lavette, the Dave
Brubeck Quartet, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Gary
Burton Quartet with Pat Metheny, more.
Fox Bluegrass Festival
Farm, Oak Hill, (888) 946-8495, greyfoxbluegrass.com.
Ricky Scaggs and Kentucky Thunder, the Gibson
Brothers, Crooked Still, Del McCoury Band,
Songs Festival of Traditional Music & Dance
Fairgrounds, Route 146, Altamont, 765-2815, oldsongs.org.
Réveillons, Red Hen, Bua, Lost and
Found, Jimmy and Ada McCown, more.
on the Ridge
Ski Ridge, 2725 Mariaville Road, Schenectady, 381-4700,
Ramblin Jug Stompers, Three Quarter North,
Emerald Dawn, Cavanaugh & Kavanaugh, Tom
Keller, Hill Hollow Band, more.
Street, Troy, 270-4554.
Cracker, Mike Doughty, Rob Dickinson,
the Alternate Routes, more.
Fairgrounds, Route 146, Altamont, wgna.com.
Montgomery Gentry, Jason Michael Carroll,
Heidi Newfield, the Lost Trailers, Sarah
at Five Concert Series
Riverfront Park Corning Preserve, Albany, 434-2032, albanyevents.org.
the Platters, the Cornell Gunter Coasters,
Wylder. 6/18: the Marshall Tucker Band, Jefferson
Thomas. 6/25: Grace Potter and the Nocturnals,
Deni Bonet. 7/2: the Village People,
the Refrigerators. 7/9: Black 47, Kevin
McKrell and the Hard Road Ceilidh Band. 7/16: Alex
Torres and His Latin Orchestra, Sensemaya. 7/23:
Hotel California, Aloud. 7/30: Tower of
Power, Out of Control Rhythm and Blues Band.
8/6: the Neville Brothers, Mingo Fishtrap.
8/13: the Original Wailers, Bearin’ Peace.
Park (next to Jumpin’ Jacks), Scotia, 370-0662.
Rick Rourke and Lost Wages. 6/20: Break of Reality.
6/21: Traveling People. 6/24: Captain Squeeze
and the Zydeco Moshers. 6/26: Hole Shot. 6/27:
Gauge 57, Filming Ohio. 7/1: Alan Payette
Band. 7/2: Scotia-Glenville Community Band. 7/8:
Scotia-Glenville Pipe Band. 7/11: Brian Patneaude
Quintet. 7/15: the Audiostars. 7/18: Johnny
Rabb and the Jailhouse Rockers. 7/19: Solid Smoke.
7/22: Joey Thomas Band. 7/23: Scotia-Glenville
Community Band. 7/25: Ernie Williams. 7/26: Maria
Zemantauski and Alegria. 7/29: Hair of the Dog.
8/1: Sensemaya. 8/2: Happy Balky and the Good
Livin’. 8/8: Tommy V and the Works. 8/9: Loose
Cannon. 8/12: the Refrigerators. 8/15: Storm
Front. 8/16: Wister Quartet. 8/19: Doc Springs.
Circle, State Street, Schenectady, 382-3884 ext. 14, albanyjazz.com.
Al Haugen. 6/18: Yuko Kishimoto. 6/25: Dino
Cimino. 7/2: Linda Brown. 7/9: Patti Melita
and Hip Houligans. 7/16: Keith Pray Group. 7/23:
Azzaam Hameed with Annette Harris and Ron Mayfield.
7/30: Troika. 8/6: Paul Mastrianni. 8/13:
Terry Gordon Quartet. 8/20: Tim Coakley. 8/27:
Park Concert Series
St. and 2nd Ave., Troy 270-4493.
Blue Hand Luke. 7/18: Little Elvis. 7/25:
Storm Front. 8/1: Mike and the Monsters. 8/8:
Loose Cannon. 8/15: Al Bruno. 8/22: Johnny
Rabb and the Jailhouse Rockers.
Sounds of Salem
Main Street, Salem, 854-9296.
Rachel Cuite Trio. 6/27: Rich Wirsing. 7/4:
Bluegrassic Park. 7/11: Johnny Hancock. 7/18:
Al and Kathy Bain. 7/25: Dirty Old Strings.
8/1: Matt McCabe. 8/8: Woodchuck’s Revenge.
8/15: Ramblin Jug Stompers. 8/22: Zuela. 8/29:
Moe Harrington/White Chapel Band.
Union St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 236-8888. Call for performance
Stage: June 17- July 11: Carousel. July
16-Aug. 1: Sleuth. Aug. 6-29: A Streetcar
Stage II: June 10-28: Freud’s Last Session.July
8-28: Underneath the Lintel. Aug. 13-29: I’ll
Street, Stockbridge, Mass., (413)298-5576. Call for performance
Stage: June 18-27: Broadway by the Year June
30-July 18: The Einstein Project. July 21-Aug.
8: The Prisoner of Second Avenue. Aug. 11-29:
Ghosts. Sept. 4-13: Peter Pan.
Theatre: Through July 4: Faith Healer. July
7- Aug. 15: Candide. Aug. 18-Sept. 6: Sick.
Street, Chester, Mass., (413) 354-7771. Call for performance
1-12: Dov and Ali. July 15-26: Love
Song. July 29-Aug. 9: Railroad Bill.
Kemble St., Lenox, Mass., (413) 637-1199. Call for performance
Theatre: June 26-Aut.28: Hamlet. July 3-Sept
6 : Othello. July 25-Setp. 5: Twelfth
Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre: Through June 14: The
Actors Rehearse the Story of Charlotte Salomon. June
11-Aug 2: Pinter’s Mirror. June 17-July 3: Golda’s
Balcony. July 10-Sept. 5: Measure for Measure.
July 30-Aug 16: The Devil’s Advocate. Augh
7-Sept 6: The Dreamer Examines His Pillow.
Aug. 21-Sept. 4: White People.
Rose Footprint Theatre: Through June 7: Romeo &
Juliet. June 20-Aug. 29: Toad of Toad Hall.
Events: July 4: The Declaration of Independence.
’62 Center, 1000 Main St., Route 2, Williamstown, Mass.
Tickets: (413) 597-3400. 24-hour info line: (413) 597-3399.
Call for performance times.
Stage: July 1-12: Children. July 15-26: True
West. July 29-Aug 9: The Torch-Bearers. Aut
12-23: Quatermaine’s Terms.
Nikos Stage: July 8-19: Knickerbocker. July
22-Aug. 2: What Is the Cause of Thunder?.
Aug. 5-16: Caroline in Jersey.
R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls, 798-7479. Call for performance
24-July 3: Ordinary Day.. July
7-11: Goat Show. July 8-11: I Will Make
You Orphans. July 16-25: Leaving Iowa. July
19-20: Brush the Summer.
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 892-2241. Call for performance
17-25: Hamlet: What Dreams May Come. July
24-Aug. 1: Much Ado About Nothing. July 31-Aug.
1: The Story Project.
Two, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, (845) 758-7900.
Call for performance times.
15-Aug. 2: The Oresteia trilogy presented
in rotating schedule.
N. Pearl St., Albany, 462-4531. Call for performance times.
5-28: Shear Madness.
Old Loudon Road, Latham, 877-7529. Call for performance
12- July 18: Perfect Wedding. July
31-Aug. 22: The Vows of Penelope Corelli.
Ladder Farms, 342 Altamont Road, Altamont, 765-2956. Call
for performance times.
30- Aug 9: Charlotte’s Web, King Lear, Fifth Annual
203, Chatham, 392-9292. Call for performance times.
28-June 7: High Society. June 11-21: Joseph
and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. June 25-July
5: Hello Dolly. July 9-26: Beauty and
the Beast. July 30-Aug. 9: Sweet Charity.
Aug. 13-23: Crazy for You. Aug. 27-Sept. 6:
Meet Me in St. Louis. MHT II: Sept. 11-20: Footloose
Park Amphitheater, Albany, 434-0776. Call for performance
Stage: July 14-Aug. 23: High School Musical. Park
Playhouse II: Aug. 4-Aug. 16: Seussical Jr.
Cross St., Hudson, 822-9667. Call for performance times.
25-July 12: Forbidden Broadway. July 22-Aug.
9: Car Talk. Aug. 26-Sept. 13: Nowhere
on the Border.
20, New Lebanon, 794-8989. Performances 8 PM Thu-Fri; 5,
8:30 PM Sat; 2 PM Sun.
19-28: Crossing Delancey. July 2-July 12:
Leading Ladies. July 16-26: Veronica’s
Room. July 30-Aug. 9: Zanna Don’t. Aug.
13-23: Romance Romance. Aug. 27-Sept. 6: Dirty
Vt., (802) 867-57777. Performances 8 PM Tue-Fri; 2 PM Wed;
4, 8:30 PM Sat; 3 PM Sun.
17-27: St. Nicholas. July 1-18: Merton
of the Movies. July 22-Aug. 8: The Hollow.
Aug 12-29: Marry Me a Little.
Center for the Arts, Route 9 and Gypsy Lane, Bennington,
Vt., (802) 447-0564. Call for performance times.
26-July 12: One Two Three. July 24-Aug. 9:
Almost, Maine. Aug. 28-Sept. 13: The
Beauty Queen of Leenane.
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.
June-September: Art Night Schenectady. Downtown Schenectady.
Third Friday of every month, 5-9 PM. Various performances,
special offers, exhibitions. artnightschenectady.com.
June-September: Catskill’s Second Saturday. Catskill.
Second Saturday of every month, 5-9 PM. Enjoy a leisurely
evening of arts and music. catskillny.org.
June-September: 1st Friday. Downtown Albany. First
Friday of every month, 5-9 PM. Various performances, exhibitions,
venues, restaurants and bars will take part. 1stfridayalbany.org.
June-September: First Friday. Downtown Ballston Spa.
First Friday of every month, 6-9 PM. Various performances,
special offers, exhibitions. 885-2772 or ballston.org/first-fridays.
June-September: Third Thursdays. Downtown Pittsfield,
Mass. Third Thursday of every month, 5-8 PM. Live music,
shopping, dining, art and more. (413) 499-9348 or pittsfield-ma.org.
June-September: 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,
with an “Official Unofficial” afterparty. Free. troynightout.com.
Through October: Woodstock Farm Festival. H. Houst
& Son Hardware parking lot, 4 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock.
A wide-range of locally grown produce, meats, and more,
plus music, seasonal activities, and community information.
June 5-7: Black and Latino Gay Pride Celebration. Albany.
A three-day celebration with film, dancing, vendors, and
June 6: Art on Lark. Lark Street, Albany. Noon-5
PM. Visit Lark Street and enjoy hundreds of artists’ displays,
Creative Chaos Zone, People’s Choice Art Show, and sidewalk
chalk competition. 434-3861 or larkstreet.org.
June 6: Annual Outdoor Flea Market. Aunt Katie’s
Attic, 7052 Route 5, Scotia. 9-4 PM. Live music, food, dancing,
and more. 887-3026 or auntkatiesattic.com.
June 11-14: Saratoga Arts Fest, Saratoga Springs. Celebration
of music, dance, visual art, film, theatre, and literary
art. More than 100 performances and exhibits. saratogaartsfest.org
June 12-14: The Violet Festival. Dolgeville. Art,
music, flower show, parade, fireworks and more. dolgeville.info.
June 13: Arts and Crafts Fair. Adirondack Lakes Center
for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake. 10-4 PM. 352-7715 or adirondackarts.org.
June 13: Flag Day Health Fair. 7th Street Park, Hudson.
11-3 PM. Featuring kids’ activities, crafts, games with
prizes, and health screenings for adults. 822-8820 ext.
June 13: Outkasts Car Show. 1000 Acres Ranch Resort,
Stony Creek. Street rods, antiques, muscle cars and motorcycles.
Rain date June 14. 1000acres.com.
June 13: Rhythm on the Ridge. Maple Ski Ridge, 2725
Mariaville Road, Schenectady. All-day music festival, featuring
regional musicians. 381-4700 or mapleskiridge.com
June 13-14: 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
arts and crafts, music and food, rain or shine. 615-0446
June 14: 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. cdglcc.org.
June 14: 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 Federal Street, and will
feature airborne jugglers, stilt-walkers performing an array
of feats on unicycles, and much more. 272-7396.
June 14: Local Food Festival. Indian Ladders Farms,
342 Altamont Road, Altamont. Featuring fabulous food grown
and produced in the area. 765-9109 or indianladderfarms.com.
June 13-14: Zonta Country Faire. CNA parking lot,
Glens Falls. Sat 10-5 PM; and Sun 10-4 PM. Homemade
crafts, kiddie corner, food booth and raffle. 743-1844.
June 13-14 and 20-21: Bavarian Summerfest. Riedlbauer’s
Resort, Round Top. This annual festival features Bavarian
bands, kiddie rides, food, beverage and craft vendors throughout.
622-9584 or riedlbauersresort.com.
June 14-28: SEEDS Festival. Earthdance, Pittsfield,
Mass. “Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance + Science,” film,
dance, lecture, and more. earthdance.net/seeds.
June 19: Celtic Fair. Jay Street Marketplace, Schenectady.
Dancers, kids’ activities, food vendors, and more. sayschenectady.org.
June 19-21: Juneteenth. Central Park, Schenectady:
Celebration to mark the end of slavery. 346-1262 or hamiltonhillartscenter.org.
June 20: Troy River Street Festival. Downtown Troy.
10 AM-6 PM. 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. 273-0552.
June 20: Strawberry Fest. Upper Union Street, Schenectady.
10-3 PM. Trolley rides, pony rides, drawing, music, food
and, of course, strawberries. schenectadycounty.com.
June 26-28: 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. oldsongs.org or 765-2815.
June 26-28: Lake George Summerfest. Shepard Park,
Lake George. 10 AM-6 PM. Festival includes arts and crafts
show as well as live musical entertainment each day. 668-2688.
June 27: Chicken and Ribs BBQ. Maple Ski Ridge, 2725
Mariaville Road, Schenectady. Noon-7 PM. 381-4700 or mapleskiridge.com
June 27-September: 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 yaddo.org/garden.
Jun 27-28: Grand Encampment of the French and Indian
War. Fort Ticonderoga. Reenactors depict French, Canadian,
British, Provincial, and Native American forces coming together
in this colorful recreation of the mid-18th-century struggle.
June 27-28: Round Lake Antique Festival. The Parks
and Greens of the Village, Round Lake. 9 AM-5 PM. Features
250 vendors. 899-4094.
July 3-5: 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 berkshiresartsfestival.com.
July 4: All-American Independence Day Festival. Norman
Rockwell Museum, Storckbridge, Mass. 11-3 PM. Featuring
games, music, food, classic cars, and a game of catch. (413)
298-4100 ext. 221 or nrm.org.
July 4: Wilmington Fourth of July Fireworks. Baker’s
Field, Wilmington, Vt. wilmingtonvermont.us or (802) 464-8591.
July 4: Fireworks over the lake. Lake George Village.
July 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.
July 4: Price Chopper Fabulous Fourth Festivities.
Empire State Plaza, Albany. 3-10 PM. Featuring live music,
food, crafts, entertainment and fireworks display. ogs.state.ny.us.
July 4: July 4 Celebration. Roger’s Memorial Park,
Bolton Landing. 7 PM. Fireworks, professional DJ, and more.
July 4: July 4 Celebration. Clifton Commons, Vischer
Ferry Road, Clifton Park. Arts and crafts, sporting events,
entertainment, displays and music. Fireworks in the evening.
July 4: July 4 Family Fest. Columbia County Fairgrounds,
Route 66, Chatham. Fireworks, music, free kids’ rides, magic,
hay maze, and more. 392-2121.
July 4: 4th of July Parade. Pittsfield, Mass. 10
AM. (413) 447-7763 or pittsfieldparade.com.
July 4: Waterford Steamboat Meet. Canal front, Waterford.
Fireworks and more. 9-9 PM. town.waterford.ny.us.
July 4-Aug 16: 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
July 12: GE Kids Day. Empire State Plaza, Albany.
noon-5 PM. ogs.state.ny.us.
July 15-19: New England Motel Antiques Market. Brimfield,
Mass. One of the largest antique shows in the Northeast.
July 10-12: SolarFest: The New England Renewable Energy
Festival. Forget-Me-Not Farm, McNamara Road, Tinmouth,
Vt. Featuring performers on two solar-powered stages, with
keynote speaker Amy Goodman, and a number of workshops on
sustainable living and renewable energy. (802) 235-2707
July 11: Art in the Park. Congress Park, Saratoga
Springs. 10 AM-6 PM. Art and entertainment will take place
at this outdoor visual-art show and sale. 584-4132.
July 11: Athens Street Festival. Riverfront Park
and Second Street, Athens. All-day festival at 10 AM-dark
(rain date July 12). Features live entertainment, an antique
car show, food, crafters, vendors, children’s rides and
games in the park. Topped off with fireworks at dusk. athensstreetfestival.com.
July 11-12: Craft Fair. Shaker Historic Site, near
Albany Airport, Albany. 10 AM-4 PM. Crafters, tours, exhibits,
demonstrations, and more. 456-7890.
July 12-18: Catskills Irish Arts Week. Sponsored
by the Michael J. Quill Irish Cultural & Sports Centre,
Route 145, East Durham. Traditional artists from all over
the United States and Ireland, includes dance and music.
634-2286, (800) 434-3378, east-durham.org.
July 14-19: Saratoga County Fair. Saratoga County
Fairgrounds, Ballston Spa. 9 AM-midnight. Music, food, rides,
midway, animals and cotton candy. saratogacountyfair.org
July 16-18. Camp Bisco VIII. Indian Lookout Country
Club, Mariaville. Featuring over a dozen musical acts and
plenty of non-musical activities. campbisco.net.
July 17-18: Green River Festival. Greenfield Community
College, Greenfield, Mass. Music, crafts, food, dancing,
and hot-air balloon rides. greenriverfestival.com.
July 18-19: Troy Pig Out. Downtown Troy. Sat 11-10
PM, Sun 11-3 PM. Featuring a barbeque competition, chef
demonstrations, and live music. visittroyny.com.
July 23-26: Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Dodds Farm,
44 County Route 7D, Hillsdale. Four stages of contemporary
folk, and a huge dance tent. falconridgefolk.com.
July 31-Aug 2: Southern Vermont Art and Craft Festival.
Hildene Meadows, Manchester, Vt. 10 AM-5 PM. Live entertainment,
beer and wine tent, and more. craftproducers.com.
Aug. 1: African-American Family Day. Empire State
Plaza, Albany. Noon-7 PM. This annual community celebration
and musical entertainment featuring the Chi-Lites with Shaun
H. Mykals. 473-0559.
Aug. 1: Rockin’ the Ridge. Maple Ski Ridge, 2725
Mariaville Road, Schenectady. Featuring regional and local
artists. To benefit the Alzheimer Association. 381-4700
Aug 2-21: Cooperstown Music Festival. Cooperstown.
Concerts featuring performances by world-class musicians.
cooperstownmusicfest.org or (877) 666-7421.
Aug. 7-8: Northeast Kingdom Music Festival. Chilly
Ranch, Albany, Vt. Camping, community, culture,
circus acts, poetry, performance, politics,
and eclectic improvisational music on two stages.
Aug. 8: Capital District Caribbean Carnival Festival.
Central Park, Schenectady. Multicultural carnival, parade
and festival. 346-7625 or carama.org.
Aug. 8-9: 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. 11-16: 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. 15-16: Age of Iron Weekend. Hancock Shaker Village,
routes 41 and 20, Pittsfield, Mass. Blacksmithing! hancockshakervillage.org
or (800) 834-9437.
Aug. 15-16: International Celtic Festival. Hunter
Mountain Ski Bowl, Hunter. Featuring plenty of bagpipers
and drummers. Festivities include live entertainment, bagpipe
competition, Celtic vendors and kids’ entertainment. 263-4223.
Aug. 15-16: 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 bouckvilleantiqueshows.com.
Aug. 15-16: 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.
Aug.15-16: Stockbridge Summer Arts and Crafts Show.
Berkshire Botanical Garden, Routes 102 and 183, Stockbridge,
Mass. More than 90 exhibitors featuring ceramics, wood,
jewelry, fine art, leather, furniture and fiber clothing.
Aug. 18-23: Lake George Family Festival. Shepard
Park, Lake George. This festival features crafts, entertainment,
games and food galore. 668-5771.
Aug. 25: Art in the Park. Congress Park, Saratoga
Springs. 10 AM-6 PM. Art and entertainment will take place
at this outdoor visual-art show and sale. 584-4132.
Aug. 27-Sept.7: New York State Fair. State Fair Grounds,
off I-690, Syracuse. Festival features agricultural exhibits,
a demolition derby, midway, crafts and live entertainment.
Aug. 29: 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.
339-9270 or albanylatinfest.com.
Sept 2-7. Columbia County Fair. Chatham. Crafts,
petting zoo, rides, games, food and many other attractions.
columbiafair.com or 758-1811.
Apartments, 53 Guy Park Ave., Amsterdam
9:30 AM-noon (opens July).
The Warehouse/Albany Flea
Learned St., Albany
10 AM-4PM (opens June).
Spa Farmers Market
Park, Ballston Spa
3-6 PM; Saturdays 9 AM-noon (opens mid-June).
Main and Washington streets, Cambridge
10 AM-2 PM.
Museum Parking Lot, 2 Erie Blvd., Canajoharie
10 AM-2 PM.
District Farmers Market
(Route 32) and Route 378, Menands
8 AM-1 PM; Sundays, noon-4 PM.
Avenue Farmers Market
lot of The Linda, Central Avenue and Quail Street, Albany
9 AM-1 PM.
Real Food Market Co-op, 15 Church St., Route 203, Chatham
4-7 PM (opens late June).
Park Farmers Market
George’s Church, Route 146 at Maxwell Drive, Clifton Park
2-5 PM (opens July).
Parking Lot, Remsen St., Cohoes
4-7 PM (opens mid June).
Area Neighborhood Farmers Market
James Church, 391 Delaware Ave., Albany
4-7 PM (opens late June).
United Methodist Church, 428 Kenwood Ave., Delmar.
Albany Farmers Market
11 AM-2 PM.
State Plaza Farmers Market
end, near Legislative Office Building, Albany
and Fridays, 10 AM-2 PM.
Edward Farmers Market
Bowl Parking Lot, Route 4, Fort Edward
10 AM-1 PM
Plain Farmers Market
Willett St., Fort Plain
and Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM (opens in July).
IGA Lot, Main Street, Greenwich
2-5:30 PM (opens early July).
Falls Farmers Market
Farms, 190 Lower Dix Ave., Hudson Falls
10 AM-1 PM (opens early July).
Granville Farmers Market
Store parking lot, off Route 22A, Granville
Lodge, 23 Cronin Road, Queensbury
Park, Route 22, Salem
10 AM-1 PM (opens early July).
Rock Park, High Rock Ave., Saratoga Springs
9 AM-1 PM; Wednesdays, 3 PM-6 PM.
front of City Hall, Jay Street, Schenectady
9 AM-2 PM.
City Hall, Jay Street, Schenectady
10 AM-2 PM.
Little Italy Farmers Market
Street (between Washington and Liberty streets), Troy
Waterfront Farmers Market
Park, 433 River Street, Troy
9 AM-1 PM.
Boulevard (Park) at Canal Street, Whitehall
2 PM-5 PM (opens early July).
All Stars Roller Derby
Avenue Armory, 195 Washington Ave., Albany, 694-7160.
12: Skyland Roller Derby.
of Troy Roller Derby
Park, Lavin Court and Park Boulevard, Troy, 269-2103.
6: Assault City Roller Derby
20: Eastern PA Crushbunnies
18: The Slaughter Daughters
15: Coal City Roller Derby
19: The Montreal Sexpos
Valley Cats New York-Penn League Baseball
L. Bruno Stadium, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy,
20: Oneonta Tigers
June 25-27: Lowell Spinners
28-30: Vermont Lake Monsters
4-6: Brooklyn Cyclones
July 10: Oneonta Tigers
July 12: Oneonta Tigers
July 14-16: State College Spikes
20-22: Aberdeen Ironbirds
July 27-28: Lowell Spinners
1: Oneonta Tigers
Aug. 3: Oneonta Tigers
4-6: Mahoning Valley Scrappers
Aug. 11-13: Hudson Valley Renegades
Aug. 21: Staten Island Yankees
22-23: Vermont Lake Monsters
28-29: Staten Island Yankees
30-31: Aberdeen Ironbirds
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