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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Local Folkies Unleashed!

Adapted from two COOP Concerts press releases:

Feeling cooped up after our long and frigid winter?  Step out of the cold and into some great music!  This Saturday, March 21st, at 7PM, a diverse bill of local roots musicians from the Franklin County COOP Concerts will heat up the Great Falls Discovery Center in Turners Falls.  Their All COOP'ed Up benefit concert program features old-timey and newfangled acoustic folk music, original songs, and sundry Americana.

Suds & Soliloquies Starts Friday

What do Dirty Dan Dinglethorpe and Hamlet have in common?  Find out when two comedies take the stage at Frontier Regional, courtesy of The Country Players Youth Theater.

2014 Wheeling for Healing Registration Now Open

Adapted from a Baystate Franklin Medical Center (BFMC) press release:

Do what you love to do while helping raise funds for Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s cancer programs and services.  Registration is now open for BFMC’s seventh annual Wheeling for Healing bike ride benefit that will take place on Sunday, August 24th, starting and ending at the White Eagle Polish Picnic Ground (249 Plain Road) in Greenfield.

Moonlight, Morning Star, & Miro Sprague at 1794 Meetinghouse

Adapted from a Moonlinght & Morning Star press release:

We are delighted to be performing in the 20th Annual North Quabbin Center for the Performing Arts Summer Series on Saturday, July 12th, at 7:30PM, and we are doubly delighted that our son, Miro Sprague, will be joining us on the piano.

Great Concerts, Great Opportunity

Adapted from a Music in Deefield (MID) press release:

Music In Deerfield has already announced that the Ariel Quartet will open the 2014-2015 season on Saturday evening, October 11th, at 8PM.  Now they'd like to remind you that early bird pricing for the season ends July 15th.

BFMC “Clinical Notes” Free Summer Concert

Adapted from a Baystate Franklin Medical Center (BFMC) press release:

Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s “Clinical Notes,” a hospital-based women’s a cappella chorus, will perform a free summer concert, "How Can We Keep from Singing?”, on Friday, June 20th, from 12:15PM to 1PM, in the hospital’s conference rooms A & B.

Music at Madison

Adapted from a Michael Orlen press release:

Next Friday, April 4th, from 6PM to 9PM, Madison on the Avenue (102 Avenue A in Turners Falls) will present the music of Bruce King, Caleb Wetherbee, and Orlen & Gabriel.  Admission is free and all are welcome!

The Jupiter String Quartet Rises To Musical Heights

Adapted from a Music in Deefield (MID) press release:

Who’s up for an evening of music-making at its finest, with one of America’s top classical ensembles performing three gripping masterworks of chamber music?  If that sounds like a good way to spend a late winter’s afternoon, please join Music In Deerfield and the Smith College Music Department as they present the Jupiter String Quartet performing music by Ludwig van Beethoven and Béla Bartók on Sunday afternoon, March 9, 2014, at Sweeney Concert Hall, Sage Hall, Smith College.

“A Far Cry” From Your Average Classical Concert

Adapted from a Music in Deefield (MID) press release:

Seventeen young people from Boston, bent on overturning the old order and fostering new forms of harmony, will occupy the stage of Smith College’s Sweeney Concert Hall on Friday, February 7, 2014 – for a concert of classical works drawn from three centuries of American music.

MID Presents a “One-of-a-Kind-Concert Artist”

Adapted from a Music in Deefield (MID) press release:

Pianophiles, thrill-seekers, connoisseurs, and music-lovers of any stripe, take note:  A “one-of-a-kind-concert artist” (Los Angeles Times), who “beyond his technical skills” is “probably one of the most complete musicians of his generation” (La Presse) will take to the stage of Sweeney Concert Hall at Smith College on Friday, January 24, 2014, when Music In Deerfield, now in its 35th year, joins with the Smith College Music Department to present pianist Marc-André Hamlin in a program of works by Franz Schubert, Nikolai Medtner, and Mr. Hamelin himself.