The Down East Singers have been midcoast Maine’s most acclaimed community chorus for thirty years. For the Christmas season they present Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil.
This acclaimed Irish ensemble celebrates a traditional Irish Christmas with An Nollaig in Eirinn. The Celtic players of fiddle, flutes, button accordion, and percussion have won major awards from the BBC and Irish music magazines.
Portland’s municipal organist Ray Cornils presents a varied program of holiday classics, featuring the Kotzschmar Festival Brass, the Choral Art Camerata, and the ever-popular Parish Ringers handbell choir.
Don’t miss this popular Portland holiday tradition featuring the Choral Art Society singers, the Portland Brass Quintet, and organist Dan Moore.
From the land of the Cornhuskers, these Gen-X rockers incorporate a variety of musical styles including hip hop, alternative rock, punk, reggae, metal, and funk.
Russia’s most prestigious all-boy choir is almost as well known as Fabergé’s eggs. The Moscow Boys Choir blends divine soprano voices with the rich resonance of bass, tenor, and baritone. The choir showcases beloved Christmas classics like Handel’s “Messiah,” “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” “Silver Bells,” and “Silent Night.”
Starts: Jan 2 2010 - 7:30pm
Ends: Jan 2 2010 - 9:30pm
Portland, ME 04101
The CAS Camerata, the Choral Art Society’s select a cappella group, performs the Epiphany Celebration concert with an instrumental ensemble including organist Dan Moore. The program includes a Bach Cantata in addition to seasonal a cappella songs.
Portland, ME 04101
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriters from New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. perform. Peter Bradley Adam's most recent album Traces debuted at #1 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter chart; Rosi Golan's music has been featured on such hit shows as One Tree Hill, Private Practice, and Brothers & Sisters; and Luke Brindley's self-titled record was called “one of the best roots-rock records of the year” by the Washington Post.
Belfast, ME 04915
Sam Bartlett is author, artist, and madman inventor of "Stuntology: Absurd pranks and pointless techniques to amuse yourself, amaze your friends, and annoy everyone else." He will be onhand at Aarhus Gallery for a rare presentation of stunts, with musical entertainment by Notorious. Bartlett has been creating, documenting, and drawing stunts for more than twentyyears while touring the country as a musician, and he started the Stuntology phenomenon as a self-produced zine that have become collectors items with absurdists around the world.
Starts: Oct 24 2009 - 7:00pm
Ends: Oct 24 2009 - 9:00pm
York Village, ME 03909
Award-winning songwriter Curt Bessette presents a program of World War II stories with his original songs. The songs are about Pearl Harbor; the war in Europe; veterans returning home with emotional as well as physical wounds; life on the home front; and the historical facts surrounding these songs and stories.