The Crackers will host an acoustic-style open mic night at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. The board fills up quickly, so come early to sign-up. 570/253-2020.
Two-time Grammy nominated vocalist Maureen McGovern at the Wildflower Music Festival, an outdoor festival located on the grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, 6pm. All general admission seats $29, bring your own chair and picnic. 570/253-5500.
Puttin’ On Some Harmony Bob and Nancy Montgomery, repertoire that ranges from the traditional to the contemporary at Phillipsport Community Center. Yankee Rose Terry Seeley, Steve Massardo and Terri Massardo intertwine their vocals on a mix of popular rock, folk and blues, as well as originals. $2 donation at the door. Refreshments available.
The Shandelee Music Festival in Livingston Manor will present Anna Han, the first-prize winner of The Stecher and Horowitz Foundation's 2012 New York International Piano Competition, 3pm. The solo piano concert features the music of Bach and Siloti, Beethoven, Chopin, Dorman and Scriabin. $10-25. Dessert to follow. 845/439-3277.
The 21st anniversary season of the Shandelee Music Festival continues with "An Evening of Chamber Music" featuring cellists David Requiro and Meta Weiss, and pianist Cullan Bryant, performing music of Vivaldi, Paganini, Shostakovich, Menotti and others. Followed by a specialty dessert reception. 7pm. email@example.com.
21st anniversary season of the Shandelee Music Festival continues at 7pm with "The Young Artists of Shandelee," pianists Helen Shen and Claudia Hu. Music by Scarlatti, Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin, Mozart and Schumann will be performed. Specialty dessert reception follows. $25 adults, $10 students 17 and under. 845/439-3277.
Performance at the Phillipsport Community Center, 657 Red Hill Rd., 6pm. Sherman Lee Dillon, the pride of Meadville, MS; “Ragtime” Jack Radcliffe, piano wizard and president of Wepecket; Don Barry, of Franklin, MA, and newly signed Wepecket; recording artist Debbie Palmarini, of Liberty, NY, one of our own local musicians.
New York City singer/songwriter Karen Hudson brings her brand of folk and country rock music to The Old North Branch Inn, 7-10pm. Americana for those who like to mix their Rolling Stones with their Patsy Cline. Light snacks and wine and beer available. 845/482-5925.
Gala Grand Finale / Crossings Remembered – Works That Cross Between Nostalgia, Illusion & Memory, 7pm talk, 8pm concert, reception follows; Adams Barn. Music of Ravel, Ran, Waggoner & Mendelssohn. Admission $30; free for students 18 & under. 845/887-5803.
MusicTalks! / Finding Common Ground: Music, Dance and Improv at the North Branch Inn, 7:30pm. Part of Weekend of Chamber Music summer festival Crossings. Caroline Stinson, cello, Andrew Waggoner, violin and dancers from On Common Ground. Admission $20, free for students 18 & under. 845/887-5803.