The Monticello High School Music Honor Society hosts Monti-Idol singing competition in the Monticello High School Arnold Packer Hughs Auditorium, 7:30pm. Students perform their favorite pop songs. Tickets are $3 and proceeds help support the Monticello Performing Arts Booster Club.
Old Time Fiddler's Annual Spring Performance at the Unity Grange Hall, 554 Galilee Rd., 8pm. Cost: $8, tickets at the door. Door prizes. Refreshments for Purchase. Benefits: Unity Grange.
The Suitcase Junket at Harmony Presents, 8pm. Throat-singing, slide-guitar playing one-man-band on a pile of homemade junkdrums, Matt Lorenz is the Suitcase Junket. No loops or special effects, just one guy making a racket with homemade foot-drums, a beater guitar, a pile of songs and a mouth.
Registration is now open for First Steps in Music Class for Toddlers/Preschoolers and their parent/caregiver. 8-week sessions offered at Hurleyville Maker's Lab and Highland Yoga & Dance. Tuition is $99, $79 for siblings. Hurleyville classes start May 7 and Highland Yoga & Dance classes start June 29.
Soprano Julie Ziavras will present Broadway show tunes and other fun music, accompanied by pianist/composer Steve Margoshes (compoer of FAME, The Musical) at Thrall Library, 11-19 Depot St. They are joined by composer Ada Margoshes and singer/songwriter Ken DeAngelis. Free and open to the public.
Addi & Jacq at Harmony Presents, 8pm. Recently crowned the “best emerging band in NYC" as winners of the 2015 NPR-WNYC Battle of the Boroughs, Addi & Jacq (armed with nothing more than vocals and a harp) have created a diverse and compelling body of music.
Alexis P. Suter & the Ministers of Sound at Harmony Presents, 8pm. Blues Music Award nominee Alexis P Suter is a powerhouse bass/baritone vocalist. The Ministers of Sound deliver Gospel, Blues, and time-honored American music.
Grand Ole' Ditch at Harmony Presents, 8pm. Grand Ole' Ditch is all about having some new fun with that old Appalachian sound. They began as a home-brewed bluegrass band out of the mountain town of Cumberland MD, deriving their name from an important piece of Western Maryland history: the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.
Tusten Theatre “Musical Progressions” Spring Concert Series presents musical duo LuxRd., at 8pm. World premiere of its theatrical song cycle “Welcome to My Haus.” The band is collaborating with local artists to create a multi-media journey through musical idioms, experiences, and eras, toward a jubilant, uplifting conclusion. 845/252-7576.
The Tusten Theatre “Musical Progressions” Spring Concert Series presents Annie and the Hedonists, 8pm. The Schenectady-based band plays acoustic blues, vintage jazz, and roots Americana. Tickets $20 advance, $25 door. Doors open at 7:30pm. Wine bar is available before the performance. 845/252-7576.