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Summer Arts calendar of events

Summer Arts calendar of events

A calendar of arts events in the Capital Region for Summer 2013.


Ale House. Troy. 272-9740.

July 9: The Black Lilies

Bayou Cafe, Albany. 462-9033,

May 30. Great White Caps, and the Last Conspirators

May 31: Stone Revival Band, and the High Peaks Band

June 1: Filming Ohio

June 4: Ryan Cabrera, Jason Castro, Deleasa

June 14: Atlas Genius

Bayou Cafe, Glenville. 384-1568,

May 31: The Headroom Band

June 7: Hairband Riot

Aug. 31: Sean & the Trench Town Oddities

Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. 845-679-4406,

May 26: Woodstock Day School Soundout Benefit Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration with Donald Fagen, Graham Parker, Amy Helm, Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, Jay Collins, Don Byron, Jerry Marotta, Tracy Bonham, A.C. Newman, Connor Kennedy, Tim Moore, Doug Yoel, Marco Benevento, Jane Scarpantoni, Dave Driewitz, Jim Weider, Doug Yoel, and Peter Dougan & the WDS and more

May 30: BOMBMOB, Songs of Solomon, and more

May 31: Lindsey Webster & the Gigantic Ass Band

June 1: James Hunter Six, and Jesse Dee

June 3, 10, 17 & 24: Duke McVinnie Band

June 7: Chris Stamey, Jane Scarpantoni, Lydia Kavanaugh and more

June 8: Danny Kalb Trio

June 14: Foster McGinty

June 15: Jon Herington Band

June 19: Et Tu Bruce

June 20: Katrin Roush

June 21: Ian McLagan

June 22: Donna the Buffalo

June 26: Os Mutantes

June 27: The Gabe Butterfield Band featuring Kal David

June 28: Richard Thompson

July 12: Dave Mason

July 19: Ciarlante/Katz/Sharrard

July 20: Ben Sollee solo

July 25 & 26: Andrew Bird, and Tift Merritt

Aug. 3: Beth Orton

Aug. 30: Albert Lee

Belleayre Music Festival, Belleayre Mountain Ski Area, Highmount. 845-254-5600,

July 6: Dwight Yoakam

July 13: Manhattan Transfer

July 20: Doobie Brothers

Aug. 17: Ben Vereen

Aug. 31: The Music of Pink Floyd. The Belleayre Festival Orchestra; Randy Jackson, vocalist

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel. 866-781-2922.

June 15: Celtic Woman

June 20: Hot Tuna, and Jill Sobule

June 22: Joan Baez, and Indigo Girls

June 29: Heart, and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience

July 2: Dave Matthews Band, and Fitz & the Tantrums

July 12: Big Time Rush, and Victoria Justice

July 19: Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons

July 20: Natalie Merchant & the Hudson Valley Philharmonic

July 25: Eagles

July 26: Tim McGraw, Brantley Gilbert, and Love & Theft

July 27: Bad Company, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Black Stone Cherry

Aug. 8: George Thorogood & the Destroyers, and Buddy Guy

Aug. 11: Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin, and Jana Kramer

Aug. 15: Cheech & Chong, War, and Tower of Power

Aug. 16: Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile, and Aoife O’Donovan

Aug. 17: Zac Brown Band, and Levy Lowery

Aug. 20: John Mayer, and Phillip Phillips

Aug. 23: Luke Bryan, Thompson Square, and Florida Georgia Line

Aug. 31: Maureen McGovern “The Long and Winding Road”

Bogie’s, Albany. 482-4393,

May 26: Skeletonwitch

June 1: Like a Storm

June 8: Dustin Mele Benefit

June 10: Blacksmith, Axe, and Fiakra

June 12: Black Flag, and Good for You

June 13: Agnostic Front

June 15: Kylesa

June 17: Biohazard

June 18: Polkadot Cadaver

June 22: Murder Junkies

June 23 and 29: Headbang to the Highway

June 24: The Sharrows

June 27: Bottles N Beats

July 5: Full Blown Chaos, Concrete, Built for Battle, Assault on the Living, Telltale Heart, Adhara, and Malicious Tendencies

July 6: Josh Whaley

July 10: Along Came a Spider

July 13: VOD

July 23: The Draft

July 24: Perpetrator

July 25: Downtown Brown

Aug. 14: Restless Streets

Aug. 17: Sheer Terror

Aug. 30: Green Jello

Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown. 607-544-1800,

May 26: Old Crow Medicine Show

July 25: Grace Potter & the Nocturnals

July 26: The Black Crowes, and the London Soul

Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. 583-0022,

May 29: Stone Thoreaus

May 31: David Greenberger & A Strong Dog

June 1: Molly Durnin

June 4: The Steel Wheels

June 9: Brittany Haas, Jordan Tice & Paul Kowert

June 12: Fred Eaglesmith & the Traveling Steam Show

June 14: George Cole & Eurocana

June 15: Cantrip

June 16: Special Creek Bluegrass Band

June 19: James Frederick, and Zachary “Sonny” Edwards

June 21: Tim & Myles Thompson

June 22: Session Americana

June 23: Washington County Line

June 28: Spurs USA

June 29: Everest Rising

June 30: Chris Smither

July 4: Eastbound Jesus

July 7: Joseph Bruchac & Darryl Tonemah

July 10: Alexis Haluska

July 12: Nancy Walker

July 13: Martha Gallagher

July 19: The Bluebillies

July 20: Lucy Kaplansky

July 26: Bill Staines

July 27: Banjo Masters in the Round

July 28: Tom Akstens & Neil Rossi

Aug. 2: Jes Hudak

Aug. 3: Mary Fahl

Aug. 9: Jamcrackers

Aug. 10: Spero Plays Nyro

Aug. 13: String of Pearls

Aug. 17 & 24: Saturday Night Sampler

Aug. 23: Caravan of Thieves

Aug. 30: Ray Murray & the Bomb Squad

Calvin Theatre, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-1444,

June 21: Jim James, and the Rocky Roberts Band

Aug. 2: Buddy Guy, and Quinn Sullivan

Aug. 16: Todd Rundgren

Club Helsinki, Hudson. 828-4800,

May 26: Judy Kuhn

May 31: Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds

June 2: Diamond Street Dames

June 7: Over the Rhine

June 8: JP Harris & the Tough Choices, and Joe Fletcher

June 9: Faith Prince

June 12: Aoife O’Donovan

June 14: Grupo Fantasma

June 19: Leo Kottke

June 22: Suzanne Vega

June 23: The Handsome Family, and Sean Rowe

July 3: Ben Taylor

July 6: Lake Street Dive

July 13: Chris Smither, and Milton

Aug. 10: Chuck Prophet

Aug. 21: Nick Lowe

The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-997-4444,

May 31: Yarn

June 1: Sherri James Buxton with the Bob Shepherd Trio featuring Charles Neville and Paul Green

June 13: Matt Cusson

June 15: Audra McDonald

Colony Café, Woodstock. 845-679-8639,

May 26: Paul Kelly

May 31: Clouds

June 1: Hemingway’s Cat

June 7: Gridline Base Band

June 15: Comfy Chair

June 16: Jonathan Richman

Doubleday Field, Cooperstown. 607-547-2270,

July 14: Furthur featuring Phil Lesh & Bob Weir

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845,

June 11: Son Volt

June 21: Hot Tuna, and Jill Sobule

July 5: Lyle Lovett & His Acoustic Group

July 24: Pentatonix

July 26: Leon Russell, and Jonathan Edwards

Aug. 6: Justin Hayward

Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. 798-0202,


Iron Horse, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-8686,

May 26: The Deadly Nightshade, and Kristen Ford

May 29: Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, and the Hillbenders

May 31: Della Mae, and Dietrich Strause

June 1: Woodford Way, and Mike Sweet

June 2: Gary Louris (Jayhawks), and Amy Cook

June 5: Ryan Cabrera, Jason Castro, Deleasa; and My Silent Bravery

June 6: Aoife O’Donovan

June 7: David Ford

June 8: Over the Rhine

June 12: Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience

June 13: Mother Falcon

June 14: Paint, and Mammal Dap

June 15: Buffy Sainte-Marie

June 15: Ivan & Alyosha

June 17: ZZ Ward

June 19: Billy Cox presents the Band of Gypsies Experience

June 20: Kopecky Family Band, and blondfire

June 21: Andy McKee, and Guitaro5000

June 22: The Gaslight Tinkers

June 22: 7 Below (Phish tribute)

June 23: Todd Park Mohr (Big Head Todd & the Monsters)

June 24: Amadou & Mariam

June 26: Chic Gamine

June 28: Burlesque-A Pades

June 25: Night Beds, and Jenny O

June 29: Colorway (F. Alex Johnson, Dave Hayes & JJ O’Connell), and Dave Houghton

July 2: Susan Werner (Hayseed Project)

July 5: Vieux Farka Toure

July 6: James Montgomery Band

July 7: The Black Lillies, and the Rogues

July 12: Leon Russell

July 13: Mark Mulcahy (Miracle Legion)

July 13: The Mutherload

July 14: Blues Broads: Tracy Nelson, Angela Strehli, Annie Sampson & Dorothy Morrison

July 18: Mamadou Kelly and the Ali Farka Toure All-Stars, Tartit, and Inharhan

July 20: Samantha Crain, and Bombadil

July 21: Matt Schofield

July 23: Dick Dale

July 25: Sarah Jarosz

July 27: Albert Cummings

July 29: Beth Orton

July 31: Lianne La Havas

Aug. 2: The THE BAND Band

Aug. 3: Debbie Davies Band

Aug. 4: The London Souls

Aug. 6: Chuck Prophet & the Mission Express, and Joe Fletcher

Aug. 9: Holly Williams

Aug. 17: C.J. Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band

Aug. 18: Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars

Aug. 20: Nick Lowe, and Kim Richey

Aug. 23: Carolyn Wonderland, and Shelley King

Aug. 24: Pousette-Dart Band

Aug. 30: EMEFE, and Mammal Dap

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0100,

July 2: Pink Martini

July 20: The Fab Faux

July 21: Natalie Merchant with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic

July 27: Manhattan Transfer

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 413-662-2111,

June 21-23: Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival. Wilco; Yo La Tengo; the Dream Syndicate; Sean Rowe; Os Mutantes; Neko Case; Nels Cline & Julian Lage; Low; Lucius; “Border Music” (Marc Ribot & David Hidalgo); Mark Mulcahy; Medeski, Martin & Wood; Mikael Jorgensen; Greg O’Keefe & Oliver Chapoy; Reggie Watts; Sam Amidon; Story Pirates; Al Madrigal; Foxygen; Jen Kirkman; John Hodgman; the Autumn Defense; the Blisters; the Relatives; White Denim; and On Fillmore

July 6: Bettye LaVette

July 20: Gabriel Kahane

Aug. 31: A Tribe Called Red

Mountain Park, Holyoke, Mass. 413-586-8686,

June 21: Chicago

July 27: Yes

Aug. 16: Dropkick Murphys and Swingin’ Utters

Palace Theatre, Albany. 465-4663,

June 20: 25th Anniversary Concert to Benefit Park Playhouse

July 19: Alice Cooper

Pearl Street Night Club, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-8686,

June 8: Ariel Pink, Purple Pilgrims, and Kirin J. Callinan

June 12: Son Volt, and Colonel Ford

June 15: Jonathan Richman & Tommy Larkins

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204,


PS21, Chatham. 392-6121,

June 9: Banjo Roots & Branches

June 22: Zal Idrissa Sissokho & Buntalo (African kora music)

June 23: Chandler Travis Philharmonic

June 29: Tony Trischka Territory

Aug. 25: The Buzzards

Putnam Den, Saratoga Springs. 584-8066,

May 26: Restless Streets

May 30: The Reverberators

May 31: Anders Osborne

June 1: Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds

June 21: Chandler Travis Philharmonic

June 22: Assembly of Dust

June 29: Eastbound Jesus, and Cabinet

July 11: Bow Thayer & the Perfect Train Wreck

Red Square, Albany. 465-0444,

June 1: Club d’Elf with Marco Benevento

June 7: Tamerlane, Safeword, Kardia, and Above the Flood

June 15: Timbre Coup, and Assortment of Crayons

June 21: George Porter Jr. & Runnin’ Pardners, and the McLovins

June 27: Toubab Krewe, and Oobleck

June 28: Chic Gamine, and Olivia Quillio

The Sanctuary for Independent Media, Troy. 272-2390.

June 15: “Juneteenth” featuring M.A.K.U. Sound System, Taina Asili y Bande Rebelde and more

Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. 584-9330,

May 26: Dave Matthews Band, and Galactic

May 29: The Gaither Vocal Band

June 2: Brad Paisley, Chris Young, and Lee Brice

June 16: Rascal Flatts, and The Band Perry

June 23: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and The Wallflowers

June 25: Rush

June 26: Matchbox Twenty, the Goo Goo Dolls, and Kate Earl

July 5-7: Phish

July 20: Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival: Rob Zombie, Mastodon, Five Finger Death Punch, and Amon Amarth

July 21: AmericanaramA Festival of Music: Bob Dylan, Wilco, My Morning Jacket, and Ryan Bingham

July 27: O.A.R.

Aug. 3: Lil Wayne, T.I., and Future

Aug. 11: Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, and Thomas Rhett

Aug. 13: Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival: Jane’s Addiction, Alice in Chains, Coheed & Cambria, Circa Survive, Middle Class Rut, Danko Jones, the Chuck Shaffer Picture Show, Walking Papers, and New Politics

Aug. 25: Luke Bryan, Thompson Square, and Florida Georgia Line

Aug. 28: Allman Brothers Band, and Steve Winwood

Aug. 30: John Mayer, and Phillip Phillips

Aug. 31: Zac Brown Band, and Dugas

Tanglewood, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-5180,

June 21: Melissa Etheridge, and Eric Hutchinson

June 22: Boston Pops Orchestra Performs A Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration featuring Warren Haynes

June 23: Joan Baez, and Indigo Girls

July 4: Jackson Browne, and Sara Watkins

July 7: Vince Gill with the Boston Pops Orchestra

July 23: Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five, Guster, and Boothby Graffoe

July 29: Steve Miller Band

Aug. 19: Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, and Josh Ritter

Times Union Center, Albany. 487-2000,

June 13: Andrea Bocelli

June 19: Fleetwood Mac

Aug. 1: New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men

Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park. 371-0012,

May 26: Gorilla Battle of the Bands Finals: After Earth, Nice Try Kid, Hillcrest, Mental Trigger, Like Lions, Second Switch, the Shadows We Leave Behind, Igniting Innocence, Invasive Species, Happy Birthday Dr. Jim!, the Broken Bottles, and First Born Suns

June 1: All That Remains, the Final Sleep, Declension, and Here Is My Obituary

June 6: Metric, and Synthetica

June 13: Dropkick Murphys

June 19: Streetlight Manifesto, Rodeo Ruby Love, and Empty Orchestra

June 21: Social Distortion, Cheap Time, and Dave Hause

June 22: Joey Bada$$, the Underachievers, AMJ, Dao Jones, Eli McFly and DJ Playground

June 29: Airborne Toxic Event, and Leagues

July 3: Jimmy Eat World

July 20: Mac Miller, Chance the Rapper, Vince Staples, and Internet

July 21: Every Time I Die, Chelsea Grin, Veil of Maya, Terror, Capture the Crown, Iwrestledabearonce, For All Those Sleeping, Dayshell, Struc/tures, Ice Nine Kills, At Arms, and Ghost Ship

July 31: The Gaslight Anthem

Aug. 9: Halestorm, and Highly Suspect

Aug. 10: Dillinger Escape Plan, Animals As Leaders, Periphery, Norma Jean, Cattle Decapitation, the Ocean, Revocation, Aeon, Rings of Saturn, Thy Art is Murder, March to Victory, Hollow Is They Heart

Valentine’s, Albany. 432-6572,

May 31: The Mysteios, Houston Now Controlling, and Off the Record

June 1: Dr. Magnum, and Yoma

June 4: Nitty Gritty Slam (Readings)

June 5: The Deadbeats

June 6: Sea Wolf, and Savoir Adore

June 8: Days of Hate, Brazilian Power Violence, and Born Rotten

June 11: The Midnight Society, Siren, and RTL

June 12: The Deadbeats

June 13: Stellar Young, Nightmares for a Week, and Fort Street

June 14: Apollow’s Creed, Skeletons in the Piano, and Purifier

June 15: Why?, and Sara Jaffe

June 18: Nitty Gritty Slam (Readings)

June 19: The Deadbeats

June 21: Message from Vega, and Acoustic Trauma

June 22: Concrete Cross, Aggressive Response, and more

June 26: Paradox, Neutron Rats, and Bad Friends

June 26: The Deadbeats

June 28: Last Call, Gunther Weezil, Vessels, and Changing Tides. Benefit for the King family

June 28: The Elements, and Oobleck

July 9: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and Bloodshot Bill

July 12: Matt & the Bad Ideas, Slaughter House Chorus, and Nightmare River Band

July 13: Punx for Pits, Two Fisted Law, Losers Circle, the Damaged, New Red Scare and Pointblank

July 22: OBN IIIS, and EX-CULT

Aug. 10: Javier & Los Dishdogs, Tester, and Charmboy

The Linda, WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio, Albany. 465-5233 ext. 4,

May 29: Paul Kelly

June 1: Willie Nile

June 2: Ne’Imah Jewish Community Chorus 21st Annual Concert

June 8: Charlie Mars

June 15: Stephen Kellogg, and Seth Glier

June 18: Bill Payne & Gabe Ford

June 21: Alexis P. Suter Band

Vapor, Saratoga Springs. 581-5772,

May 31: The Audiostars

June 7: Voyage (Journey tribute)

Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 512-5203,

June 7: Ben Vereen

Washington Avenue Armory, Albany. 512-5203,

May 30: Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, and Jay Rock

May 31: Konshens, and Serani


Alive at Five, Albany. 434-2032,

June 6: The Fabulous Thunderbirds, and Super 400

June 13: JT Tayor, and the Ill Funk Ensemble

June 20: The Refrigerators, and Molly Durbin

June 27: George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, and Funk Evolution

July 11: Satisfaction (Rolling Stones tribute), and the Chris Dukes Band

July 18: Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, and Wild Adriatic

July 25: The Tom Healey Band, and Blues Sanctuary

Aug. 1: The Original Wailers, and MIRK

Aug. 8: Skeeter Creek, and Whiskey City

At the Plaza, Albany. 474-2418,

June 26: The Zombies

more TBA

Canal Square, Cohoes.

Freedom Park, Scotia.


Guilderland Performing Arts Center, Tawasentha Park, Guilderland. 456-3150,

June 14: Nervosity Concert (H.S. battle of the bands)

June 27, July 18, and Aug. 8: Guilderland Town Band

July 11: Imagining Lennon & McCartney (Beatles tribute)

July 25: Skeeter Creek

Aug. 6: National Night Out

Aug. 15: The Standard Clams

Aug. 22: Hair of the Dog

Music Haven Stage, Central Park, Schenectady.

July 7: Vieux Farka Toure

July 14: Lorraine Klaasen & African Connexion

July 28: Maria Muldaur & the Campbell Brothers

Aug. 4: Dona Oxford Band

Aug. 11: Alex Torres & his Latin Orchestra

(More TBA)

Upbeat on the Roof, Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-8080,

June 7: Tequila Mockingbirds

June 14: Swing Noire

June 21: Rick Rourke & Lost Wages

June 28: The McKrells with Brian Melick

July 5: Railbird

July 19: Stellar Young

July 26: Annie & the Hedonists

Aug. 2: Markellis, Haskell, Maul

Aug. 16: Johnny Rabb & the Tichy Boys

Aug. 23: Nancy Walker Trio featuring Tim Wechgalaer

Aug. 30: Lyle & Phil Divinsky


-- May 26 GottaGetGon, Ballston Spa. Dave Gunning; Sally Spring & Ted Lyons; Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, Holdstock & Bieri and more. 882-6809.

-- June 6-9. Mountain Jam, Hunter. Gov’t Mule, Phil Lesh & Friends, Primus, Widespread Panic, Big Gigantic, The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers, Dispatch, Rubblebucket, The Gaslight Anthem, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Jackie Greene, Kung Fu, Conspirator, Gary Clark Jr., Alo, The 4onthefloor, Deer Tick, Soulive with the Shady Horns, The London Souls, Filligar, White Denim, Amy Helm, The Lone Bellow, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, Holy Ghost!, Todd Wolfe Band, Futurebirds, the Revivalists, Jay Collins & the Kings County Band, David Wax Museum, Swear and Shake, Spencer, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Bill Evans’ Soulgrass, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, Alecia Chakour Band, Silent Bujak, Simo, the Christine Spero Group and more. Hunter Mountain. 628-4423 or 512-7469.

-- June 8. Art on Lark, Lark Street, Albany. Ramblin Jug Stompers, Secondhand Roses, Party Boat, Bridgette Guerrette, Marleigh Roohan & The North and South Dakotas, Holly & Evan, Bear Grass, Hand Habits, Sandy McKnight, Zan Strumfield, and The Dependents. 434-3861.,

June 8-9. Rhythm on the Ridge, Rotterdam. Flood Road (host band), Three Quarters North, Hilltown Ramblers, Nikki Talley & Jason Sharp, Ramblin Jug Stompers, Stoddard Hollow String Band, Rebecca Angel Band, Dan Johnson & the Expert Sidemen, Kevin Wayne, Mark Baptiste, Uncle Bootsy & Friends, Snook Sisters, Holly & Evan, Cavanaugh & Kavanaugh, 2Late, Keeners, Matthew Durfee, Tom Keller, Hill Hollow Band, Everest Rising, Big Creek, and Lazy Suns.

-- June 13-15: Taste of Country Music Festival, Hunter. Willie Nelson & Family, Trace Adkins, Lady Antebellum, Parmalee, Montgomery Gentry, Billy Currington, LoCash Cowboys, Justin Moore, Hunter Hayes, Craig Campbell, Joe Nichols, Blackberry Smoke, Gloriana, Rachel Farley, Dustin Lynch and more. 628-4423.

-- June 15-16: Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Festival, Croton-on-Hudson. Pete Seeger & Lorre Wyatt, Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Son Volt, Mavis Staples, Hot Tuna (acoustic, with Steve Kimock on one of two sets), Kris Kristofferson, Judy Collins, David Bromberg Quintet, Keller Williams & the Travelin’ McCoury’s, Patterson Hood, Antibalas, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jason Isbell, Joanna Shenandoah, Red Baraat, Toshi Reagon & Big Lovely, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Nicole Atkins, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, Dan Zanes, the Klezmatics, David Broza, Vieux Farka Toure, Floodwood (featuring moe. members), Delhi 2 Dublin, Guy Davis Band, Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience, The Lone Bellow, David Amram, Tom Chapin, Tift Merritt, The Last Bison, Stephen Kellogg, Jay Ungar & Molly Mason, Mike & Ruthy, Giant Robot Dance, Josh White Jr., Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew, Jill Sobule, Martha Redbone Roots Project, Stephane Wrembel, La Excelencia, Elizabeth Mitchell, the Vanaver Caravan, Arm-of-the-Sea Theater, Rude Mechanical Orchestra, the Rivertown Kids, Mustard’s Retreat, Magpie, Bash the Trash, The Storycrafters, The Healing Force, Margo Thunderbird, Pippa White, April Armstrong, Jackson Gillman, Children at the Well, Roger the Jester, Power of Song, Walkabout Clearwater Chorus, Linda Richards, Dog on Fleas, Rick Nestler, Donna Nestler, Dan Einbender, Marva P. Clark, Paul Kaplan, Hudson Valley Sally, Mel & Vinnie, Sol Weber & Friends, the Dirty Stay Out Skifflers, Todd Crowley, Hope Machine, Paul Richmond, Zebediah Galipeau, Alyssa Morar, Joel Harris, Nate Marshall, Thom Wall, Tony Duncan, Bindlestick Bill, Ted Warmbrand, Evy Mayer and more.

-- June 28-30: Old Songs Festival, Altamont. Beppe Gambetta; Claire Lynch; Chris Norman & David Greenberg; Footworks; Hanneke Cassel; Gordon Bok; Sally Rogers, Claudia Schmidt & Howie Bursen; Archie Fisher; Scott Alarik; Sheesham & Lotus; Seamus Begley & Oisin Mac Diarmada; Genticorum; Magpie; Joe Jencks; The New Boys of Old New York; Heather Wood, Julia Friend & Ken Schatz; Lea Gilmore; Molly Andrews; Clayfoot Strutters; Matt Ministeri; Groovemama; John Roberts; Maggie Boyle & Paul Downes; Sara Grey & Kieron Means; George Wilson; The Johnson Girls; Roger the Jester; the Fourth Wall; Corachree; Jake Thomas; Bill Spence; Kapriol’!:; Paul Friedman & Judy Kruskal; Toby Stover; Peter & Mary Alice Amidon; Beth Molaro, and more. 765-2815.

-- July 4: Price Chopper’s Fabulous Fourth and Fireworks, Albany

July 7. Kids Day. Albany.

-- July 11-13: Camp Bisco Festival 11, Rotterdam. The Disco Biscuits, Bassnectar, Passion Pit, STS9, Animal Collective, Umphrey’s McGee, Flux Pavilion, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Lotus, Wolfgang Gartner, Boys Noize, Squarepusher, Tommy Trash, Madeon, Dillon Francis, Baauer, Toro y Moi and many more.

-- July 18-21: Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Oak Hill. Dry Branch Fire Squad (host band); Del McCoury Band; Jerry Douglas Band; Tim O’Brien, Bryan Sutton, Noam Pikelny, Casey Driessen & Mike Bub; The Gibson Brothers; The Infamous Stringdusters; Carolina Chocolate Drops; Keller Williams & the Travelin’ McCourys; The Devil Makes Three; The Duhks; The SteelDrivers; Chris Thile & Michael Daves; Deadly Gentlemen; Della Mae; Lonesome River Band; the Special Consensus; James King Band; I Draw Slow; Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole; Nora Jane Struthers & the Party Line; Milk Drive; New Country Rehab; the Kickin Grass Band; Betse Ellis; 23 String Band; Anne Pete Sibley; Six Deadly Venoms; Berklee Roots Road Show; Laney Jones Band; Bill Keith, John Kirk & Trish Miller and more. 239-4280.

-- July 20: Irish Dance Festival, Albany.

-- Aug. 2-4, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Hillsdale. The Grand Slambovians; Dar Willliams; Clayfoot Strutters; George Marshall & Wild Asparagus; Patti O & the Hip Hooligans; the Andrew & Noah Band; Vance Gilbert; Susan Werner; Ellis Paul; Red Molly; the Stray Birds; Nerissa & Katryna Nields; The Storycrafters and more. 866-325-2744.

-- Aug. 3: AAFD Family Day, Albany.

-- Aug. 14: Food Festival, Albany.


Belleayre Music Festival, Belleayre Mountain Ski Center, Highmount. 845-254-5600,

Aug. 1: Sammy Figueroa and His Latin Jazz Explosion

Aug. 2: The Pedrito Martinez Group, featuring Ariacne Trujillo

Aug. 3: Paquito D’Rivera and the Dizzy Gillespie Big Band

Aug. 9: Bill Charlap Trio

Aug. 10: Kenny Barron’s All-Star Quintet

Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. 583-0022,

July 6: Frank Vignola and Vinny Raniolo

Club Helsinki, Hudson. 828-4800,

July 21: Karl Berger and the Omi Improvisers Orchestra

Cooperstown Chamber Music Festival, 877-666-7421,

Aug. 11: Otesaga Resort Hotel. Hilary Kole

Freihofer’s Jazz Festival, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. 584-9330,

June 29, Amphitheater: David Sanborn and Bob James; McCoy Tyner Quartet with John Scofield; Gregory Porter; Big Sam’s Funky Nation; The Cookers; Rudresh Mahanthappa’s Gamak

June 29, Gazebo: Gary Smulyan Quartet; Carmen Souza; Ben Williams & Sound Effect; Gilad Hekselman Trio; Rudresh Mahanthappa’s Gamak

June 30, Amphitheatre: Tony Bennett; Buddy Guy; Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Ladysmith Black Mambazo; Kevin Eubanks; Donny McCaslin Group

June 30, Gazebo: Chris Bergson Band; Donny McCaslin Group; Ingrid Jensen Band; Brianna Thomas

Guilderland Performing Arts Center, Tawasentha Park, Guilderland. 456-3150,

Aug. 1: Skip Parsons Dixieland Band

Iron Horse, Northampton. 413-586-8686,

June 27: Eli Catlin & Alex Snydman Duo

June 29: The Bad Plus

Hudson Valley Jazz Fest,

Aug. 8: Jeff Ciampa, Mark Egan, Terry Silverlight, David Mann at the Village Green, Warwick

Aug. 9: Fred Hersch at The Falcon, Marlboro; Chris Persad Group, at The Dautaj, Warwick; Bill Pernice Group, at The Wildfire Grill, Montgomery

Aug. 10: Dave Liebman, Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center, Sugar Loaf

Aug. 11: Mike Jackson Trio, Jazz Brunch at The Iron Forge, Warwick

Jazz in the Valley

Aug. 18: Waryas Park, Poughkeepsie

(845) 384-6350,

Trumpeter Maurice Brown, saxophonists Gary Bartz, Jimmy Heath and Javon Jackson and organist Mike Torsone.

Jazz on Jay, Jay Street Mall, Schenectady

June 6: Colleen Pratt and Friends

June 13: Jazz4U

June 20: The Charlie Smith Blues Band

June 27: The Giroux Brothers

July 11: Skip Parsons’ Clarinet Marmalade

July 18: Music by McIntosh

July 25: The Peter Van Keuren Trio

Aug. 1: The Shiri Zorn Quartet

Aug. 8: The Terry Gordon Quintet

Aug. 15: Paul Mastriani Quartet

Aug. 22: Michael Benedict and Bopitude

Aug. 29: We B3

Sept. 5: The Chronicles

The Linda, WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio, Albany. 465-5233 ext. 4,

June 14: Michael-Louis Smith

Proctors Summer Jazz Institute, Schenectady. 382-3884,

Aug. 16: Final student performance with special guest trombonist Ray Anderson

PS21, Chatham. 392-6121,

July 28: Berkshire Bop Society

Skidmore Jazz Institute, Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-5321,

June 6: Tiempo Libre featuring Alfredo Rodriguez

June 25: Ravi Coltrane Quartet

June 27 and July 4: Skidmore Faculty Sextet

July 2: Trombonist Vincent Gardner Quintet

June 28 and July 5: Student concerts

Stockade Inn, Schenectady. 346-3400,

June 9: We B3 Plus Lee presented by Swingtime Jazz Society. Reservations at 584-3548

Tanglewood, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-5180,

June 28: Terence Blanchard Group

Aug. 4: Esperanza Spalding

Aug. 25: Monty Alexander Trio

Van Dyck, Schenectady. 348-7999,

June 21: Bruce Barth/Steve Nelson Quartet

Upbeat on the Roof, Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-8080,

July 12: Brian Patneaude Quartet

Aug. 9: Jeanne O’Connor & the New Standard


Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake. 352-7715,

Through June 1: Members’ show, mixed media

June 7-July 13: “Meet Miss Hannah,” mixed media by Hannah Lightbody; “Book Arts: Tactile and Visible Stories,” Hai Ri Han; “Trova de Amor,” paintings by Miguel Alfaro; “The Privileged Series,” illustrations by Anthony Dortch. Reception: 5:30-7 p.m. July 13

July 19-Aug. 17: “Untitled,” mixed media by Ricardo Onascimento; “Midlife Mermaids,” stuffed paintings by Jane Zweibel; “Underwaterlilies,” digital photos by William Scully. Reception: 5:30-7 p.m. Aug. 17.

Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. 352-7311,

Through Oct. 14: “Great Wilderness, Great Expectations; Masterworks from the Adirondack Museum Collection”; “Traveling with Stoddard;” “Common Thread: 150 Years of Adirondack Quilts and Comforters”; and “Let’s Eat!: Adirondack Food Traditions.”

Albany Center Gallery, Albany. 462-4775,

Through June 29: “The Study,” MammalSoap, Emily Dorr, Neener and Patrick Picou Harrington, explores natural world from comfort of home environment.

July 16-Aug. 17: “Whimsicality,” group show, more than 20 artists, guest curator Alana Akacki

Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany. 463-4478,

Through June 16: “The Legacy of Currier & Ives: Shaping the American Spirit”

June 29-Aug. 18: “Multiple Focus: Contemporary Photography from the Albany Institute Collection”

Through Aug. 18: “The Making of the Hudson River School: More Than the Eye Beholds”

Through Sept. 1: “Sixty Years and Still Collecting: Norman S. Rice”

Albany International Airport Gallery, Colonie. 242-2241,

Through Sept. 8: “Some Assembly Required,” group show

The Annex:

Through Sept. 30: “Robert Gullie: Where Boundaries Fade”

Arkell Museum at Canajoharie, Canajoharie. 673-2314,

Through July 20: “Pure Photography: Pictorial and Modern Photographs from the Syracuse University Art Collection”

July 28-Oct. 20: “An American in Venice: James McNeill Whistler and his Legacy”

Through Sept. 15: “From Giverny to the Brooklyn Bridge: American Impressionist Painting from the Arkell Collections”

Arts Center Gallery, Saratoga Arts, Saratoga Springs. 584-4132,

June 1-July 27: “Mind and Matter,” Jane Dell and Liz Parsons. Reception: 6-8 p.m. June 1, artists’ talk: 5:30 p.m. June 1

Aug. 3-Sept. 28: “Saratoga 150: Then, Now and Beyond” Reception: 6-8 p.m. Aug.3

Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy. 273-0552,

Through June 2: Questar New Visions Art Show, Faculty-Student Gallery

Through June 16: Fence Salon, main gallery reception, 5-9 p.m. May 29

June 28-July 28: Fence Select" and "Associations." Reception: 5-9 p.m. June 28

Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, Vt. 802-442-7158,

Through Dec. 22: “Small Works”

June 8-Aug. 25: “Impressions of New England”

June 15-Aug. 25: “Art of the Animal Kingdom XVIII”

June 22-July 21: “Overlap”

July 27-Sept. 22: “Laumeister Fine Art Competition”

Aug. 31-Nov. 3: “Society of Animal Artists”

Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-443-7171,

Through June 2: “Ansel Adams: Masterworks” and “Nature Magnified: Photographs by Andreas Feininger.”

June 15-Oct. 26: “Paperworks: The Art and Science of an Extraordinary Material”

Through March 15, 2015: “Objectivity: A Look Into the Permanent Collection”

Chapel + Cultural Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy. 274-7793,

Through June 28: Spring 2013 Exhibition of the Artists of the Roarke Center

Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls. 793-2826,

Through June 30: “Around Warren County,” photographs that Seneca Ray Stoddard took while traveling around Warren County in the 1870s and 1880s.

July 2-Sept. 29: “At the Lake,” Seneca Ray Stoddard photos of Victorians at leisure on the shores of Lake George.

Through Sept. 1: “Parchments, Papers & Prints: 200 Years of History from the Warren County Archives”

Chesterwood, Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-3579,

June 22-Oct. 13: Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood

Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown. 607-547-9777,

Through May 29: Cooperstown Central School Art Exhibit

Through May 31: “Essential Art: Regional Juried Art Show” and “Sandra Dovberg”

June 7-26: Leatherstocking Brush & Palette Club Show. Reception: 5-7 p.m. June 7

June 7-July 5: Allison Hill-Edgar and “Postcards from Cooperstown.” Reception: 5-7 p.m. June 7

July 12-Aug. 16: 78th Annual National Exhibition. Reception: 5-7 p.m. July 12

Aug. 23-Sept. 20: Robert Glisson and “Made in New York: The Art of Wood.” Reception: 5-7 p.m. Aug. 23

Aug. 31-Sept. 1: Fine Arts on the Lawn

Courthouse Gallery, Lake George Arts Project, Lake George. 668-2616,

Through June 7: Melanie Kozol

July 13-Aug. 16: Martin Myers

Dietel Gallery, Emma Willard, Troy. 883-1815,

Through May 26: Senior Art Show

June 7-9: Arts & Achievements Exhibition

Esther Massry Art Gallery, Massry Center for the Arts, The College of Saint Rose, Albany. 337-4871,

June 7-Sept. 6: “Design @Work,” alumni exhibit. Receptions: 5-7 p.m. June 7 and Sept. 6.

Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1420,

Through June 2: “American Masters: Thomas Cole to Grandma Moses”

June 29-Sept. 29: “The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision”

Through July 21: “Native Roots: The 9th Contemporary Iroquois Biennial”

Aug. 10-Dec. 29: “Plain and Fancy: Native American Splint Baskets”

Through Sept. 2: “The Wyeths: A Family Legacy”

Through Dec. 29: “Contemporary Landscapes by Susan Jones Kenyon”; “Forging Perfection: Masterworks from the Farmers Museum Blacksmith Shop”;

The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. 792-1761,

Through May 26: The Juried Show: 22nd Annual Regional Juried High School Art Exhibition

June 15-Sept. 15: “Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George” and “A Family Album: Alfred Stieglitz and Lake George”

Iroquois Indian Museum, Howe Caverns. 296-8949,

Through Nov. 30: “Indian Ink: Iroquois and the Art of Tattoos”

The Laffer Gallery, Schuylerville. 695-3181,

Through June 23: “Adventures in Space,” artist Regis Brodie

Lapham Gallery, Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, Glens Falls. 798-1144,

Through June 28: Members show

July 12-Aug. 9: Sigmund Abels. Reception: 5-7 p.m. July 12

Aug. 23-Sept. 20: “Story Untold,” Valerie Patterson, Suzanne Reed, Nicole M. Santiago. Reception: 5-7 p.m. Aug. 23

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 413-662-2111,

May 26-Dec. 2013: “Love to Love You”

May 26-April 7, 2014: Guillaume Leblon, Jason Middlebrook, Joseph Montgomery

June 21-Oct. 31: “Marko Remec: Totally Totem”

Through Oct. 27: “Xu Bing: Phoenix,” large-scale installation in Building No. 5

Through Jan. 20, 2014: “Life’s Work: Tom Phillips and Johnny Carrera” and “Mark Dion: The Octagon Room”


Through May 28: “Curiousity,” 10 artists create unusual artworks

June 15-Sept. 1: “Freedom Just Another Word For...,” Roger Shimomura, Ang Tsherin Sherpa, Ran Hwang and Gonkar Gyatso

National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Springs. 584-4515,

Through Nov. 24: “A Riotous Work,” centennial celebration of “The Rites of Spring”; “Homage to Dance,” artist Andrew DeVries”; “Tails and Terpsichore,” animals and dance; and “En Pointe,” ballet shoes

New York State Museum, Albany. 474-5877,

June 15-Sept. 15: “Best of SUNY 2013,” juried exhibit of work by college students

Through Sept. 22: “I Shall Think of You Often: The Civil War Story of Doctor and Mary Tarbell” and “An Irrepressible Conflict: The Empire State in the Civil War.”

Through Dec. 31: “Russel Wright: The Nature of Design,” objects, photographs and sketches by industrial designer

Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-4100,

Through May 27: “About Face: Norman Rockwell’s Portraits” and “Norman Rockwell’s ’Willie Was Different’”

Through June 30: “R.O. Blechman: The Inquiring Line”

June 8-Oct. 27: “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Creation of a Classic”

July 13-Oct. 14: “Norman Rockwell: Happily Ever After”

July 13-Oct. 20: “Maya and Beyond: The Art of Jarvis Rockwell”

Oakroom Artists, Schenectady First Unitarian Society, Schenectady. 399-4049,

Through May 31: Constance Dodge and Beverley Mastrianni

Schick Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-5049,

July 18-Aug. 2: 2013 Skidmore Summer Art Faculty Exhibition. Reception: 5-6:30 p.m. July 25

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., 413-488-2303,

June 9-Sept. 8: “Winslow Homer: Making Art, Making History”

June 9-Sept. 8: “George Inness: Gifts from Frank and Katherine Martucci”

Through Sept. 8: “Kidspace@The Clark: Lions and Tigers and Museums, Oh My!,” Stonehill Center

Through Jan. 1, 2014: “Clark Remix”

Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-8080,

Through July 28: “Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent”

June 1-Oct. 20: “Caffe Lena: Inside America’s Folk Music Coffeehouse”

June 8-Aug. 11: “TRANSFORMer”

June 8-Sept. 29: “The First 15: Photography from the Meredith S. Moody Residency at Yaddo”

Aug. 17-Dec. 29: Hildur Asgeirsdottir Jonsson

Union College, Nott Memorial, Schenectady. 388-6000,

Mandeville Gallery:

Through June 2: “A Grand View: Joseph Ramee’s Drawings for Union College,” 40 drawings and watercolors commissioned in 1813 for expansion of Union College.

Wickoff Student Gallery:

Through June 13: “LGBTQ at Union”

University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany. 442-4035,

June 27-Sept. 14: “William Lamson: Recent Work” and “Michelle Segre: Recent Work”

Upstate Artists Guild, Albany. 694-3090,

June 7-28: “Don’t Fence Me In,” salon show

July 5-26: “Midsummer’s Night Dream,” summer theme

Aug. 2-30: Members show

Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass. 413-597-2429,

Through June 2: “11 Reasons to Become an Investment Banker,” senior art majors

Through June 9: “Painting Below the Lines,” “Picture: Literature,” “A Collection of History,” “Art Re: Art,” “Reflections on a Museum,” “Don’t Fence U.S. In: Crossing Boundaries in American Art.”

Through June 30: “Labeltalk 2013: India”

July 20-Dec. 1: “Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980”

Aug. 17-Dec. 1: “72 Degrees: LA Art from the Collection”

Through Aug. 18: “Teaching with Art: The Persian Image”

Wilson Museum, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester, Vt. 802-362-1405

Through July 14: “Our Fragile Home,” Pat Musik and Jerry Carr


Eba Theatre, Albany. 465-9916,

June 7-9: Maude Baum and Company Dance Theatre, The Egg, Albany. 473-1845,

July 21: Ajkun Ballet Theatre in “Les Miserables”

Aug. 10: Ajkun Ballet Theatre in “La Bayadere”

Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. 845-758-7900,

July 6-7: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and SITI Company in “A Rite”

Jacob’s Pillow, Becket, Mass. 413-243-9919,

Ted Shawn Theatre:

June 15: Gala with Wendy Whelan and Dance Theatre of Harlem

June 19-23: Dance Theatre of Harlem

June 26-30: Compagnie Kafig

July 3-7: Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet

July 10-14: Companhia Urbana de Danca

July 17-21: Ballet BC

July 24-28: L-E-V

July 31-Aug. 4: 3e etage: Soloists of the Paris Opera Ballet

Aug. 7-11: O Vertigo Danse

Aug. 14-18: Wendy Whelan/Restless Creature

Aug. 21-25: Martha Graham Dance Company

Doris Duke Theatre:

June 26-30: LEO

July 3-7: Shantala Shivalingappa

July 10-14: Brian Brooks Moving Company

July 17-21: Tere O’Connor in “Cover Boy”

July 24-28: Dorrance Dance

July 31-Aug. 4: BODYTRAFFIC

Aug. 7-11: Jessica Lang Dance

Aug. 14-18: La Otra Orilla

Aug. 21-25: in “Pavement”

Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, Tivoli. 845-757-5106,

June 8: Jennifer Muller/The Works

June 9: Project 44

June 15-16: Dances Patrelle in “Gilbert & Sullivan: The Ballet”

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0100,

May 26: Paul Taylor Dance Company

Myers Dance Center, Saratoga Springs. 374-0376 or

June 9: Northeast Ballet in “Saratoga’s 2 and 4-Legged Thoroughbreds”

PS21, Chatham. 392-6121,

Aug. 2-3: Monica Bill Barnes

Aug. 16-17: Pearson-Widrig Dance-Theater

Aug. 18: Dance OMI

Aug. 23-24: Rubberbanddance Group

Aug. 30-31: Parsons Dance

Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. 584-9330,

New York City Ballet, July 9 to 13:

July 9: George Balanchine’s “Garland Dance” from “The Sleeping Beauty,” “Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux,” Peter Martins’ “Barber Violin Concerto,” Justin Peck’s “Year of the Rabbit” and Balanchine’s “Theme and Variations”

July 10: Balanchine’s “Serenade,” “Garland Dance” from “The Sleeping Beauty,” Christopher Wheeldon’s “After the Rain Pas de Deux,” “Year of the Rabbit” and “Theme and Variations”

July 11, matinee: Martins’ “Hallelujah Junction,” “Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux,” “Barber Violin Concerto” and Balanchine’s “Stravinsky Violin Concerto”

July 11, evening: “Serenade,” “Stravinsky Violin Concerto” and “Theme and Variations”

July 12: “Hallelujah Junction,” “After the Rain Pas de Deux” and Jerome Robbins’ Dances at a Gathering”

July 13, matinee: “Year of the Rabbit,” “Garland Dance” from “The Sleeping Beauty,” “Barber Violin Concerto” and “Stravinsky Violin Concerto”

July 13, evening: Gala, with Martins’ “Bal de Couture,” Wheeldon’s “This Bitter Earth,” Balanchine’s “Rubies” from “Jewels” and Robbins’ “West Side Story Suite”

National Ballet of Canada, July 16 to 18:

July 16: James Kudelka’s “The Four Seasons” and Crystal Pite’s “Emergence”

July 17-18: Peter Wright’s “Giselle”

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, July 24-25:

July 24: Jorma Elo’s “Overglow,” Jiri Kylian’s “Return to a Strange Land” and Norbert De La Cruz’s “Square None”

July 25, Matinee: “Square None,” Kylian’s “Stamping Ground” and “Overglow”

July 25, Evening: Alejandro Cerrudo’s “Last,” “Stamping Ground” and Trey McIntyre’s “Like a Samba”

Aug. 1: Momix in “Botanica”

Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-8010,

June 9: Skidmore Dancers in Wilson Chapel

Tanglewood, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-5180,

July 31-Aug. 1: Mark Morris Dance Group and TCM Opera

Universal Preservation Hall, Saratoga Springs. 584-2627,

June 8: RG Dance Projects


Adirondack Theatre Festival, Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. 874-0800,

June 26-July 6: “Heart-Breaker”

July 11-20: “Filming O’Keefe”

July 18-20: “2nd Act Cabaret”

July 25-Aug. 3: “Avenue Q”

July 28-29: “The Bailey’s Crossroads Opportunity School”

Aug. 9-10: “Faraway Nearest One”

Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-236-8888,

Main Stage:

June 12-July 13: “On the Town”

July 18-Aug. 3: “The Chosen”

Aug. 8-25: “Much Ado About Nothing”

St. Germain Stage:

Through June 8: “Bashir Lazhar”

June 13-July 6: “Muckrakers”

July 19-Aug. 10: “Southern Comfort”

Aug. 15-Sept. 29: “Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah”

Belleayre Music Festival, Belleayre Mountain Ski Center, Highmount. 845-254-5600,

Aug. 23: Harrison Greenbaum (comedy)

Aug. 24: Rita Rudner (comedy)

Berkshire Theatre Group: Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-997-4444; Fitzpatrick Main Stage and Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-5576,

Colonial Theatre:

June 6: Jim Breuer (comedy)

July 6-20: “Oklahoma!”

Aug. 8-18: “Peter Pan” (children’s production)

Fitzpatrick Main Stage:

June 29-July 13: “The Lion in Winter”

July 25-Aug. 10: “Same Time Next Year”

Aug. 24-31: “Anna Christie”

Unicorn Theatre:

July 13-27: “Extremities”

Aug. 3-24: “The Cat and the Canary”

Calvin Theatre, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-1444,

June 20: Seth Meyers (comedy)

Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany. 445-7469,

July 9-Aug. 4: “The Sparkley Clean Funeral Singers”

Classic Theater Guild, Schenectady (at Proctors). 346-6204,

May 31-June 9: “Doubt”

C-R Productions at Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes. 237-5858,

June 6-16: “My One and Only”

Aug. 15-25: “Sugar”

Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. 874-0800.

June 26-Aug. 10: Adirondack Theatre Festival (see schedule above, in separate listing)

Aug. 16-18: “Shrek the Musical”

Aug. 19: “Songs for a New World”

Aug. 24: Upright Citizen’s Brigade Touring Company (comedy)

Curtain Call Theatre, Latham. 877-7529,

July 12-Aug. 3: “Love, Loss, and What I Wore”

Dorset Theatre Festival, Dorset, Vt. 802-867-2223,

June 19-July 7: “The Scene”

July 11-20: “The Whipping Man”

July 25-Aug. 10: “Barefoot in the Park”

Aug. 15-31: “Clybourne Park”

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845,

June 28: Tracy Morgan (comedy)

Fort Salem Theater, Salem. 854-9200,

June 21-23: “Man of La Mancha”

July 5-15: “I Do! I Do!”

Aug. 2-11: “Winning the Lottery”

Guilderland Performing Arts Center, Tawasentha Park, Guilderland. 456-3150

July 27 & 28: “Guns Along the Mohawk”

Glove Theatre, Gloversville. 773-8255,

June 7-9: “Blithe Spirit”

July 19-27: “Shrek The Musical”

Helderberg Theatre Festival, Indian Ladder Farms, Altamont. 765-2956,

July 20-28 and Aug. 3: “Julius Caesar” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

Lake George Dinner Theatre, Holiday Inn, Lake George. 306-4404,

July 11-Oct. 12: “Moonlight and Magnolias”

Mac-Haydn Theatre Company, Chatham. 392-9292,

Through June 2: “The Fantasticks”

June 6-16: “9 to 5: The Musical”

June 20-30: “La Cage Aux Folles”

July 4-21: “Singin’ in the Rain”

July 25-Aug. 4: “Les Miserables”

Aug. 8-18: “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”

Aug. 22-Sept. 1: “Gypsy”

Sept 6-15: “All Shook Up”

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0100,

July 28: “Menopause The Musical”

Oldcastle Theatre, Bennington, Vt. 802-447-0564,

Through June 2: “A Strange Disappearance of Bees”

June 21-30: “Other People’s Money”

July 11-21: “Northern Boulevard”

Aug. 9-25: “The Fox on the Fairway”

Palace Theatre, Albany. 465-3334,

May 31, June 7: “The Price is Right” (live TV)

June 2: Kevin James (comedy)

Park Playhouse, Albany. 434-0776,

June 4-6: “A Year with Frog and Toad”

July 5-28: “Monty Python’s Spamalot”

Aug. 6-18: “Shrek the Musical”

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204,

June 4-9: “Billy Elliot the Musical”

July 9-14: “Anything Goes”

Aug. 7-24: “Cirkopolis,” by Cirque Eloize

Saratoga Shakespeare Company, Congress Park, Saratoga Springs. 209-5514,

July 16-28: “The Merry Wives of Windsor”

Shakespeare & Company, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-1199,

Tina Packer Playhouse:

June 22-Sept. 1: “Love’s Labour Lost”

July 5-21: “Richard II”

July 26-Aug. 25: “Mother Courage and Her Children”

Elayne P. Bernstein Theater:

Through Aug. 18: “Master Class”

June 13-Sept. 1: “Heroes”

July 18-Aug 3: “None but the Lonely Heart: The Strange Story of Tchaikovsky and Madame von Meck”

Aug. 8-Sept. 15: “The Beauty Queen of Leenane”

Stageworks/Hudson, Hudson. 822-9667,

June 12-23: “Play by Play”

July 10-28: “Looped”

Aug. 14-Sept. 1: “Stockholm”

Steamer No. 10, Albany. 438-5503,

June 7-8: “Mermaid of Edam”

The Theater Barn, New Lebanon. 794-8989,

June 28-July 7: “Don’t Dress for Dinner”

July 11-21: “Agatha Christie’s The Unexpected Guest”

July 25-Aug. 4: “The Taffetas”

Aug. 8-18: “They’re Playing Our Song”

Aug. 22-Sept. 1: “Young Frankenstein”

The Wharton Salon, The Mount, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-8961,

Aug. 14-15: “Two By Wharton”

Williamstown Theater Festival, Williamstown, Mass. 413-597-3400,

Main Stage:

June 26-July 14: “Animal Crackers”

July 17-27: “Pygmalion”

Aug. 1-18: “The Bridges of Madison County”

Nikos Stage:

June 26-July 7: “American Hero”

July 10-21: “Hapgood”

July 24-Aug. 3: “Johnny Baseball”

Aug. 7-18: “Blood Play”


Albany Pro Musica. 438-6548,

June 7: “Pops Goes the Chorus!” Shaker Meeting House, Heritage Lane, Albany

June 8: See June 7.

Albany Symphony Orchestra. 465-4755,

May 30: EMPAC. American Music Festival Reading Session. Petuch, Balch, Gardiner

May 31: EMPAC. Dogs of Desire. Harberg, Paterson

June 1: EMPAC. Orion Weiss, piano. Torke, Ince, Hearne (world premiere), Rouse

Aston Magna Festival, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, 845-758-7887, and Simon’s Rock College, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-3595,

June 14: Art of the Chalumeau (early clarinet). Bard

June 15: See June 14. Simon’s

June 21: Bach Violin Sonatas. Bard

June 22: See June 21. Simon’s

June 28: Bach, Marais works. Bard

June 29: See June 28. Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington

July 5: Monteverdi, Wert Madrigals. Bard

July 6: See July 4. Simon’s

July 12: Thomas Jefferson’s music library. Bard

July 13: See July 12. Simon’s

Bard Summerscape and Music Festival, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. 845-758-7887,

July 26, 28, 31, Aug. 2, 4: Sergey Taneyev “Oresteia”

Aug. 10: Stravinsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Liadov, Steinberg. American Symphony Orchestra. Leon Botstein, conductor

Aug. 11: Stravinsky “Mavra” (concert version)

Aug. 17: Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Eisler. American Symphony Orchestra

Aug. 18: Stravinsky “Persephone” and “Oedipus Rex” (concert version)

Belleayre Music Festival, Belleayre Mountain Ski Center, Highmount. 800-254-5600,

July 27: Bizet’s “Carmen” by the Belleayre Festival Opera

Berkshire Bach Society, South Egremont, Mass. 413-528-9277,

June 15: Joseph Silverstein, violin; Kenneth Cooper, fortepiano. Bach, Haydn, Mozart

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel. 866-781-2922,

July 24: Allen Yueh

July 28: Claudia Hu, Helen Shen, and Doris Lee

Boston Early Music, Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0100,

Handel “Almira”: June 21, 22, 23

Capital Region Wind Ensemble. 381-1231,

June 9: “Barn Dance”: Charles Eves, Morton Gould, Kennan, Bennett. Allyson Keyser, trumpet.

Close Encounters With Music, Ozawa Hall, Tanglewood, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-5180,

June 8: “Nordic Lights.” Grieg, Brahms, Ibsen. Yehuda Hanani, cello; Adam Neiman, piano; Ara Gregorian, violin; Mischa Bouvier, baritone

Clifton Common Stage, Clifton Park. 371-6667,

June 30: Clifton Park Community Chorus

July 19-21, 25-28: Willson/Lacey “The Music Man”:

Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. 371-8622,

June 1: Music Company Orchestra

July 1: Nancy Walko, harp

July 8: Emily Hale, violin

July 22: Neal Herr, guitar

Cooperstown Chamber Music Festival, Cooperstown. 877-666-7421,

July 7: Otesaga Resort Hotel. Linda Chesis, flute; Pedja Muzijevic, piano; Zohar Schondorf, French horn; Adrian Morejon, bassoon; Marianne Gythfeldt, clarinet; James Roe, oboe

July 9-11: Various locations. Amateur musicians.

Aug. 1: Flute Fest. Otesaga Resort Hotel

Aug. 4: Otesaga Resort Hotel. Rebel Baroque Ensemble

Aug. 7: Farmers’ Museum. Amphion String Quartet; Linda Chesis, flute; Mingzhe Wang, clarinet.

Aug. 14: Farmers’ Museum. Walden Chamber Players. Bach, Schedl, Mozart, David, Beethoven

Aug. 21: Farmers’ Museum. East Coast Chamber Orchestra. Mozart, Ludwig, Greenstein, Ravel, Satie, Gesualdo

Edinburg Classical Concert Series, Batchellerville Presbyterian Church, Edinburg. 863-8047,

July 16: Luzerne Music Center young musicians

Aug. 20: Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin; Toby Blumenthal, piano.

Empire State Youth Orchestra. 382-7581,

June 2: Zankel Music Center. Suppé, Ranjbaran, Tann, Mahler

Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra, Glens Falls. 793-1348,

July 4: Crandall Park, Glens Falls. Fireworks

Glimmerglass Opera, Cooperstown. 607-547-2255,

Wagner “The Flying Dutchman”: July 6, 12, 14, 18, 27, 30, Aug. 4, 10, 12, 16, 20, 24

Lerner & Loewe “Camelot”: July 13, 19, 22, 27, 28, Aug. 1, 3, 5, 11, 13, 15, 17, 23 (two)

Verdi & Romani “King for a Day”: July 21, 26, Aug. 2, 6, 8, 10, 17, 19, 24

Lang “The Little Match Girl Passion” and Pergolesi “Stabat Mater”: July 20, 23, 25, 29, Aug. 3, 9, 18, 22

Aug. 2: Bass Eric Owens with Young Artists

Aug. 9: Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Aug. 11: Christine Goerke sings Wagner

Aug. 18: Baritone Nathan Gunn and pianist Julie Gunn in European romantic repertory

Aug. 23: Young Artists perform arias from various operas

Aug. 3, 10, 17, 18: ShowTalks. Performances and discussions.

Hubbard Hall, Cambridge. 677-2495,;

June 2: Cello seminar concert. Rhonda Rider, David Russell, cellos; Judith Gordon, piano

June 9: Viola Seminar concert.

July 6: Music from Salem. Britten, Bridge, Mozart, Purcell. Sharon Roffman, violin; Lila Brown, viola; Rhonda Rider, cello; Judith Gordon, piano

July 7: Music from Salem. Sembrich Museum, Bolton Landing. See July 6.

July 14: Music from Salem. Dohnànyi, Martinu, Schumann, Webern

Aug. 3: Music from Salem. Chausson, Clarke, Schubert. Marc Ryser, Alissa Leiser, pianos; Lydia Forbes, violin; Lila Brown, viola; Scott Kluksdahl, cello

Aug. 4: Music from Salem. Park McCullough House, North Bennington, Vt. See Aug. 3

Aug. 11: Music from Salem. Arensky, Brahms, Penderecki.

Hubbard Hall Opera Theater. 677-2495,

June 8: Skidmore College Filene Recital Hall. Bass Paul Houghtaling in “Bach to Rock”

June 9: Skidmore College. Soprano Julia Chalfin in “Birth of a Diva”

Rossini “Barber of Seville”: Aug. 16, 17, 22, 24, 25

Gilbert & Sullivan “Trial by Jury”: Aug. 17, 18, 23, 24

Hudson Valley Chamber Music Circle, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. 845-339-7907,

June 8: Daedalus Quartet. Haydn, Tower, Dvorák

June 22: Miami String Quartet. Beethoven, Shostakovich, Mendelssohn

June 29: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio. Beethoven, Previn, Brahms. Steven Tanenbom, violin.

Iron Horse, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-8686,

June 21-23: Boston Early Music Festival in Handel’s “Almira”

June 29: Aston Magna Festival

Lake George Music Festival, Lake George. 791-5089,

Aug. 16: Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lake George. Philip and Keiko Ying, violins

Aug. 17: St. James Episcopal Church, Lake George. See Aug. 16.

Aug. 18: Caldwell Presbyterian Church, Lake George

Aug. 19: St. James Episcopal Church. Music of David Ludwig

Aug. 20: Caldwell Presbyterian Church

Aug. 21: Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Brendan Faegre (world premiere)

Aug. 22: Shepard Park, Lake George. Roger Kalia, conductor; Gabriel Cabezas, cello. Beethoven, Shostakovich; fireworks

Luzerne Chamber Music Festival, Lake Luzerne. 696-2771,

June 30: Time for Three. BBQ.

July 8: Arturo Delmoni, Elizabeth Pitcairn, violins; Cynthia Tobey, piano. Mozart, Kreisler, Heifetz, Dvorák

July 15: Toby Blumenthal, piano; Luzerne Chamber Players. Fauré, Menotti, Mozart

July 22: Luzerne Chamber Players; Elizabeth Pitcairn and others. Tchaikovsky, Broadway favorites.

July 28: Triple Play with Chris Brubeck. Summer Gala.

Aug. 5: Darrin Milling, bass trombone; Luzerne Woodwind Quintet; Luzerne Chamber Players. Ewald, Schmidt, Schubert

Aug. 9: Richard Danielpour and the Luzerne Chamber Players

Aug. 12: Miró Quartet. Beethoven

Aug. 19: Fabulous Philadelphians with clarinet Ricardo Morales. Mozart, Janácek, Brahms

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0100,

June 21-23: See Boston Early Music.

June 29: Dominique Labelle, soprano; Aston Magna baroque orchestra, Daniel Stepner, conductor. Bach, Marin Marais

Manchester Music Festival, Manchester, Vt. 802-362-1956,

July 11: Vassily Primakov, piano, with Joana Genova, Irene Fitzgerald-Cherry, violins; Ariel Rudiakov, viola; Ben Capps, cello. Chopin, Haydn, Rachmaninov

July 18: Julio Elizalde, piano; Joana Genova, violin; Amadi Azikiwe, Ariel Rudiakov, violas; Yehudi Hanani, cello. Beethoven, Weber, Schubert

July 25: Chamber music of Mozart to film composer Ennio Morricone

Aug. 1: Manchester Festival Orchestra. Ariel Rudiakov, conductor; Adam Neiman, piano. Borodin, Stravinsky, Rachmaninov

Aug. 8: English chamber music with Jennifer Bates, soprano. Clarke, Elgar, Britten, Purcell

Aug. 15: Chamber music with Rocco Anthony Jerry, bayan player. Dvoark, Monti, Piazzolla

Aug. 22: “Rising stars of the Metropolitan Opera.” Caren Levine, piano

Aug. 25: Pops concert with Audra McDonald, singer

Young artists series: July 8, 15, 22, 29, Aug. 5, 12

Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum, Bolton Landing. 644-2431,

June 8: Young Performers Showcase

June 15: Opera Saratoga

June 26: Seagle Colony preview

July 7: Music from Salem

July 17: A Tango evening

July 19: Seagle Colony children’s opera “Three Little Pigs”

July 27: Viktor Antipenko, tenor

Aug. 3: Christopher Johnson, piano; Hyperion String Quartet

Aug. 4: Christopher Johnson

Aug. 14: Brooklyn Art Song Society. Wagner, Wolf, Duparc

Aug. 24: Hyperion String Quartet

Aug. 31: Thomas Pandolfi, piano

Marlboro Music, Marlboro, Vt. 802-254-2394,

July 13-14; July 20-21; July 27-28; Aug. 2-4; Aug. 9-11

Music From Salem. See Hubbard Hall.

Musicians of Ma’alwyck. 377-3623,

June 6: Grace Lutheran Church, Hillside Ave., Niskayuna. Tanner “Kona Coffee Cantata”

June 7: First Reformed Church, Schenectady; with coffee tasting. See June 6

Ne’imah Jewish Community Chorus. 458-2517,

June 2: The Linda, 339 Central Ave., Albany. “Celebrating Sephardic Music”

Opera Saratoga, Spa Little Theatre, Saratoga Springs. 584-6018,

June 13: Opera Ball, Hall of Springs

Gilbert & Sullivan “H.M.S. Pinafore”: June 23, 25, 28, 30, July 1, 6

Donizetti “Lucia di Lammermoor”: June 27, 29, July 2, 5, 7

Philadelphia Orchestra, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. 584-9330,

Aug. 7: Sibelius, Dvorák. Gil Shaham, violin; Stéphane Denève, conductor

Aug. 8: Suppé, Copland, Danielpour (world premiere), Rossini. Keith Lockhart, conductor

Aug. 9: Bernstein Extravaganza. NYC Ballet dancers; Jamie Bernstein, narrator; Stéphane Denève, conductor

Aug. 10: Elgar, Frank, Debussy. Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Stéphane Denève, conductor

Aug. 14: Elton John’s music and pops. Steven Reineke, conductor

Aug. 15: Tovey, Higdon, Beethoven. Colin Currie, percussion; Bramwell Tovey, conductor

Aug. 16: Sibelius, Barber, Tchaikovsky. Sarah Chang, violin; Gianandrea Noseda, conductor

Aug. 17: Beethoven, Stravinsky. Jonathan Biss, piano; Gianandrea Noseda, conductor

Aug. 21: Fleck, Shostakovich, Falla, Rimsky-Korsakov. Bela Fleck, banjo; Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor

Aug. 22: Tchaikovsky. Johannes Moser, cello; Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor

Aug. 23: “Fantasia” film. Cristian Macelaru, conductor

Aug. 24: Tchaikovsky Spectacular. Daniil Trifonov, piano. Cristian Macelaru. Fireworks.

PS21, Chatham. 392-6121,

June 15: Eugene Drucker & Marija Stroke

Saratoga Chamber Music Festival, Spa Little Theatre, Saratoga Springs. 584-9330,

Aug. 4: Escher Quartet. Beethoven, Britten, Smetana

Aug. 6: Gil Shaham, Adele Anthony, violins; Ricardo Morales, clarinet. Brahms, Bartok, Milone, Wieniawski

Aug. 13: Wister Quartet, Davyd Booth, violin and piano, André-Michel Schub, piano. Shostakovich, Schubert, Borodin

Aug. 18: Alexei Kenney, violin; Molly Carr, viola; Andrew Janss, cello; Dominic Cheli, piano. Danielpour, Fauré

Aug. 20: Juliette Kang, violin; Thomas Kraines, cello; André-Michel Schub, piano. Mendelssohn, Beethoven

Saratoga Chamber Players. 584-1427,

June 9: Zankel Music Center. Jill Levy, Lucy Chapman, violins; Natalya Vrbsky, bassoon, Kathy Andrew, viola, Judith Serkin, cello. Garfield, Dvorak, Mozart, Brahms

Saratoga Choral Festival, Spa Little Theatre, Saratoga Springs. 792-0185,

July 28: Brubeck “Pange Lingua Variations”, “Canticles of Mary”

Seagle Music Colony, Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre, Schroon Lake. 532-7875,

June 22: “Old Friends and New”

Weill “Street Scene”: July 3, 5, 6, 7

Britten “Albert Herring”: July 17, 18, 19, 20

Tchaikovsky “Eugene Onegin”: July 31, Aug. 1, 2, 3

Dubin & Warren “42nd Street”: Aug. 14, 15, 16, 17

July 13: “Three Little Pigs” children’s opera. Schroon Boathouse

July 13: Patrice Munsel Gala

July 25, 26: Andrew Lloyd Webber revue. Schroon Lake Center School auditorium

Vespers concerts: July 28, Aug. 11, 15

Sept. 3-Oct. 1 touring children’s opera

Tanglewood, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Lenox, Mass. 413-637-1666,

July 5: All-Tchaikovsky. Joshua Bell, violin; Rafael Frühbeck de Bargos, conductor

July 6: Mahler. Rafael Frühbeck de Bargos, conductor; Festival chorus; PALS Children’s Chorus; Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo-soprano

July 7: Boston Pops. Vince Gill; Keith Lockhart, conductor

July 12: Wagner, Ravel, Rimsky-Korsakov. Leon Fleisher, piano; Kazushi Omo, conductor

July 13: Bernstein “West Side Story.” David Newman, conductor

July 14: Stravinsky, Haydn, Beethoven. Lynn Harrell, cello; Rafal Frühbeck de Bargos, conductor

July 19: Wagner, Liszt, Brahms. Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano; Vladimir Jarowski, conductor

July 20: Wagner “Die Walküre” Act 3. Lothar Koenigs, conductor; baritone Bryn Terfel

July 26: All-Mozart. Christine Schäfer, soprano; Christoph Eschenbach, conductor and piano

July 27: Verdi Requiem. Andris Nelsons, conductor; Festival Chorus.

July 28: Dvorák, Prokofiev. Garrick Ohlsson, piano; Christoph Eschenbach, conductor

Aug. 2: Strauss, Beethoven, Poulenc. Stéphane Denève, conductor; Leif Ove Andsnes, piano; Lucy Crowe, soprano

Aug. 3: Ravel, Beethoven. Charles Dutoit, conductor; Lang Lang piano

Aug. 4: Stravinsky, Dvorák. Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Charles Dutoit, conductor

Aug. 6: Tanglewood on Parade. Borodin, Gershwin, Bernstein, Tchaikovsky. Fireworks

Aug. 8–12: Festival of Contemporary Music. Carter, Stroppa, Lachenmann, Mason, Reich, Ligeti, Nancarrow, Benjamin

Aug. 9: Sibelius, Brahms. Gil Shaham, violin; Christoph von Dohnányi, conductor

Aug. 10: Carter, Beethoven, Brahms. Yefim Bronfman, piano; Christoph von Dohnányi, conductor

Aug. 11: All-Beethoven. Christian Zacharias, conductor and piano.

Aug. 16: Boston Pops. Michael Feinstein and friends. Keith Lockhart, conductor

Aug. 17: Mozart, Mahler. Bernard Haitink, conductor; Isabelle Faust, violin; Camilla Tilling, soprano

Aug. 18: Bernstein Memorial Concert. Mozart, Mahler. Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra. Emanuel Ax, piano; Christoph von Dohnányi, conductor

Aug. 23: Poulenc, Stravinsky, Beethoven. Peter Serkin, piano; Andris Poga, conductor

Aug. 24: John Williams’ Film Night. Boston Pops. Audra McDonald, soprano

Aug. 25: Beethoven. Bernard Haitink, conductor; Tanglewood Festival Chorus; Erin Wall, soprano

Sept. 1: Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra. Thomas Wilkins, conductor

Tannery Pond Concerts, New Lebanon. 888-820-9441,

June 8: Schubert, Puccini, Beethoven. Sebastian Bäverstam, cello; Yannick Rafalimanana, piano

June 22: Dohnányi, Bartok. Christian Steiner, piano; Soovin Kim, Jessica Lee, violins; Ed Arron, cello; Maurycy Banaszek, viola

July 27: Miró Quartet

Aug. 17: Chopin, Rachmaninoff. Vassily Primakov, Natalia Lavrova, pianos

Sept. 7: Parnas Piano Trio

Sept. 21: Brentano Quartet. Beethoven, Debussy, Mendelssohn

Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-5321,

May 29: The 5 Browns. Stravinsky “The Rite of Spring”

June 2: See Empire State Youth Orchestra

Aug. 11: Gala Harp Colony Festival concert

Aug. 13: Romantic Harp music

Aug. 17: Final Harp Festival concert

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