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Three Waterbury Music Peformances This Week

Monday, August 15th, 2011

You can enjoy a free music performance in Waterbury this Wednesday, August 17 and also have a choice of two music performances Thursday, August 18.

2011 Music on the Porch Concert Series
Wednesday Evenings, 6:00 to 7:30

Green Mountain Coffee Music on the Porch 2011
Green Mountain Coffee Visitor Center and Cafe

Located at the Train Station behind Rusty Parker Park, Main Street, Waterbury

August 17
Rich Don on the Hill Jazz Trio
Songs and swing from the great American songbook

Moose Meadow Lodge, 607 Crossett Hill, Waterbury, VT
Thursday, August 18, 2011, 6:00- 8:00 pm
House Concert Featuring
The Elysian Ensemble:
Samuel Magill, cello
Lucian Rinando, flute
Gerd Nowaczyk, piano
Critically acclaimed by Strings magazine as “masters of their instruments”, the ELYSIAN ENSEMBLE are winners of an Artists International Award in 1996, when they made their New York debut at Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall. Elysian is delighted to participate in this fund raising event with a flute, cello, and piano trio. The program will include classical and jazz works inspired by nature, by composers Claude Debussy, Louise Farrenc, Katherine Hoover and Joe Utterback. Limited space. Includes dinner reception.

Contact Eleva Chamber Players at 802-244-8354 for more information and to RSVP. Requested donations of $25-$250 benefit Eleva’s educational programs.

June 16 – August 18, 2011, 6:00 pm
Rusty Parker Park, Main Street

Free! Held each Thursday after the Farmers’ Market, the Waterbury Rotary concerts vary from swing, bluegrass, and folk to jazz and rock ‘n roll oldies.

Rain or shine. The rain site is Thatcher Brook Primary School on Stowe Street.

AUGUST 18: Jazzismo

Entertainment and Fun in Waterbury VT Tonight

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

The Waterbury Farmers Market is currently underway and ends around 7:00 pm this evening. Rick and the Ramblers will be ramblin’ and playin’ too at the Rotary Concerts in the Park Series at the same location: Rusty Parker Park, Main Street, Waterbury VT.