Monday, July 6, 2009

BayPath Summer Concert Series

Tomorrow night (July 7) is the first of a series of BayPath Summer Sunset Concerts.

Tuesdays at 6:30 pm Rain or Shine

Come enjoy the outdoors and gather with friends and family on the “Longmeadow Green” In case of rain, concerts will be held in the Community House. Bring some lawn chairs, your blanket and a picnic lunch and enjoy a wonderful array of soft, family oriented music. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Come and relax and enjoy the sounds of music during the summer.
Concerts are FREE!

Here is the schedule....

Premiere Brass Quintet Classical and Big Band - July 7
Sponsored by Berkshire Bank. Enjoy classical and light popular music as the history of brass musical instruments come alive through performance, lecture and show and tell. The concert reviews the history of brass instruments such as the trumpet, trombone, french horn and tuba with performance demonstrations on the following historic instruments: Keyed Bugle 1820, Ophicleide - 1835, rotary valve Eb cornets - 1860, Eb rotary valve tuba 1870, Two Valve Cornopean - 1850 , two valve french horn - 1830.

Chicago Push Polka - July 21
Sponsored by Hampden Bank. Under the direction of Lenny Gomulka, Chicago Push, since their inception, have continually received awards from various radio stations across the country, booster clubs, promoters within the field, and organizations such as the International Polka Association, United States Polka Association and the United Polka Association. Performances throughout the years have generated the granting of keys to many city's. Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push, noted for their unique arrangements and innovative musical techniques, have mentored many aspiring bands and musicians.

“A Ray of Elvis” A tribute to the King of Rock and Roll - August 4

Sponsored by PeoplesBank. Ray Guillemette Jr. is one of today's leading, premier, Elvis Tribute Artists. Let this 9-time, International 1st place Elvis Presley Impersonator rock your world with his striking look, outstanding vocal range and unabashed excitement. Ray delivers with the style and energy that was Elvis. Put on your blue suede shoes for a night of dancing to the songs Elvis made infamous of the 50’s-70’s.

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