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Sun, Jun 16, 2024 7:30pm

Dayna Kurtz

Over the past decade, the New Jersey born, now dividing time between New Orleans and the mountains of Vermont, vocalist/writer/musician/producer has been bestowed with many awards and praises, including being named the Female Songwriter of the Year by the National Academy of Songwriters.

Jun 14Jun 15, 2024 7:30pm

A Spell for Living

“A Spell for Living” is a community invitation to connect and dwell in the magic of ephemerality and the nurturance of rest. Part interactive ritual, part performance, part invitation for fellowship, “A Spell for Living” combines live choral music, poetry, and guided prompts that invite the audience to participate and reflect. The Spell will conjure both the pandemic’s lessons that we vowed not to forget and a sacred space of joy and connection. The ritual will conclude with refreshments on the patio.

Sun, Jun 9, 2024 7:30pm

Pinc Louds

“Claudi is a colorful and original amalgam of her loves and influences: She digs ’20s jazz, Gene Austin, and, “obviously, Billie Holiday. A lot of harmony groups, doo-wop, and punk.… I listen to so much stuff.” Put that together in the body of a gender-bending Latinx artist obsessed with children’s books and possessed of unfettered, unrestrained creativity and you get Pinc Louds.” The Village Voice

Sat, Nov 11, 2023 7:30pm

Cindy Foster

Comedian Cindy Foster has been making people laugh across the world performing her live stand-up show. Her acclaimed video shorts on social media have a whopping 65 million views representing the strength of her popularity that stretches beyond her beloved LBGTQ + community. Her charm and wit will open your minds and hearts and will leave you in stitches!

Fri, Jul 14, 2023 7:30pm

Duo Nouveau

Guitarists and composers Colin Isotti and Andrew Szmauz combine their classical, flamenco, and jazz skills to adapt a variety of music from around the world. Both students of Cuban-American maestro José Manuel Lezcano, they bring melodies and danceable grooves from Brazil, Spain, and Cuba to the stage.

Sun, Jun 25, 2023 7:30pm

Dayna Kurtz

Listening to Dayna’s voice was like a drug.  It wasn’t just her tone or her range or her power, which,  if I knew anything about vocal technique, I could praise at length.  No, it was something emotional.  Her voice sounded like desperation hurled into the world with exquisite control.” Steve Almond, from the essay, “Dayna Kurtz sings the World a Lullabye” in Rock and Roll Will Save Your Life

Sat, May 13, 2023 7:30pm

Charlie Apicella: Blues Alive

This two-hour program frames Gertrude Pritchett—a.k.a. Ma Rainey—as a  trail-blazing American composer, band leader, entrepreneur, and social trend  setter.

We shine a light on the woman as a powerful jazz musician, mentor, and  collaborator to several musicians who in turn became innovators in their own  careers; Louis Armstrong, pianist Thomas Dorsey, guitarist Tampa Red, and  saxophonist Coleman Hawkins.

Sat, Apr 29, 2023 7:30pm


Awarded the OPUS prize for “Discovery of the Year 2017-2018”, among many other accolades since their first album release in 2017, this trio is quickly winning over the hearts of listeners worldwide, young and old alike. É.T.É are Élisabeth (fiddle, step-dancing, vocals), Thierry (bouzouki, podorythmie, vocals), and Élisabeth (cello, vocals). The word été in French means summer–a fitting tribute to how their original, lively take on Québec traditional music is infused with a new vitality.

With lovely vocal harmonies, deep groove, and rich instrumentation, É.T.É are an explosive trio on stage, transforming the nostalgia of a kitchen party into an unforgettable show experience that celebrates the joie de vivre of Québecois culture.

Sat, Apr 22, 2023 7:30pm

Emily Braden Quartet

Emily Braden is the winner of New York City’s ‘Best of the Best’ Jazzmobile Vocal Competition and two-time cultural ambassador with the US Embassy’s Arts Envoy Program. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Braden is a Harlem-based vocalist, songwriter and lyricist who effortlessly blends jazz, soul and pop to win the hearts of audiences around the world. NYC performances include Birdland Jazz Club, Blue Note Jazz Club (Groove Series), The 55 Bar and Minton’s Playhouse.

Sat, Oct 23, 2021 7:00pm

Julia Scotti

Since 1980, Julia has been honing her craft in clubs and theaters throughout the United States and Canada, performing for the first 20 years as Rick Scotti, and now, after a ten-year hiatus, as Julia Scotti for the second 20. Her second act has been the very definition of Corposo.

Sat, Sep 11, 2021 7:00pm

CANCELLED: Coral Moons

Coral Moons is a 4 piece indie-soul band from Boston, MA. Their music has roots in blues, jazz, soul, funk and 60’s rock bringing their stories to life. Their songs reflect everyday anxiety and pains while also admiring its beauty. With strong lead female vocals, their inspiration pulls from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Lake Street Dive, Allen Stone and The Allman Brothers.

Fri, Aug 27, 2021 7:00pm

Billy Wylder

From the front-lines at Standing Rock to the archaic streets of Jerusalem, the Sahel Desert to Carnegie Hall, music has been the source of strength for Billy Wylder. The band features Avi Salloway (Bombino/Hey Mama/Avi & Celia) joined by an inspired cast of singular artists who have performed across five continents including concerts at Coachella, Newport Folk Festival, New Orleans Jazz Fest, Montreal Jazz Fest, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center.

Sat, Aug 21, 2021 7:00pm

Charming Disaster

Charming Disaster was formed in 2012 by Ellia Bisker and Jeff Morris. Inspired by the gothic humor of Edward Gorey and Tim Burton, the noir storytelling of Raymond Chandler, the murder ballads of the Americana tradition, and the dramatic flair of the cabaret, they write songs that tell stories, using two voices to explore dark narratives and characters with a playfully macabre sensibility.

Fri, Aug 20, 2021 7:00pm

Charming Disaster

Charming Disaster was formed in 2012 by Ellia Bisker and Jeff Morris. Inspired by the gothic humor of Edward Gorey and Tim Burton, the noir storytelling of Raymond Chandler, the murder ballads of the Americana tradition, and the dramatic flair of the cabaret, they write songs that tell stories, using two voices to explore dark narratives and characters with a playfully macabre sensibility.

Sat, Aug 7, 2021 7:00pm


As the world starts to re-emerge and awaken, the summer of 2021 is boding to be a hot one and Habibi is ready to dance. After being coined by The New Yorker as having “the Colgate white glisten of sixties girl group pop combined with an uncensored edge” for their acclaimed debut album, Habibi broke boundaries by introducing Farsi-sung tunes on their EP ‘Cardamom Garden’ that “shed rigid definitions of what constitutes American music” (Pitchfork).

Fri, Jul 23, 2021 7:00pm

Jake Blount

Jake Blount is an award-winning banjoist, fiddler, singer and ethnomusicologist based in Providence, RI. A versatile performer, Blount interpolates blues, bluegrass and spirituals into the old-time string band tradition he belongs to. He foregrounds the experiences of queer people and people of color in his work.

Sat, Jul 3, 2021 7:00pm

It Was A Very Good Year

Old friends, Cady Huffman (Tony Award winning actress for The Producers) and Mary Ann McSweeney (award winning jazz bassist, who recently made her onstage Broadway debut in Girl From the North Country) are coming together to investigate music during a pandemic. Combining voice with bass, and whatever else strikes their fancy, the duo will pirouette from Peggy Lee to Jimi Hendrix, with a promise that nothing is off-limits!

May 29 5:00pm7:00pm

Patio Bar: Aimee Van Dyne

Our patio bar is returning this summer season! Join us Memorial Day weekend to celebrate our opening, and welcome SALA to the venue. SALA will be open for extended shopping hours in conjunction with our full bar. Bring your dinner, and a friend and enjoy the summer air by the Williams river.

Tue, Mar 9, 2021 7:00pm

I’M FINE by MMRHS Drama Department: Film Screening

A film by local young artists, presented as part of our ongoing Emerging Artist Series. Two and a half years in the making, this short film made by a local high school drama class is finally ready to be released to the public. I’M FINE interweaves three stories of high school relationships while acting as a showcase for the talent of young actors and as a directorial debut for hopeful young filmmakers.

Tue, Feb 9, 2021 7:00pm

Blue Vice by BODYSONNET: Film Screening

Presented as part of our ongoing Emerging Artist Series. Blue Vice is a new film created by BODYSONNET, with videography by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, and original sound by Dorothy Chan and Lucy Yao of Chromic.Duo. The work is centered on four characters and their intimate experiences with winter and solitude. One by one they delve into the depths of waiting and the ecstasy of confession. With its cinematic beauty the Berkshires provide potent grounds for this meditation on how we survive winter.

Fri, Sep 25, 2020 6:30pm

Don’t Touch The Art

Don’t Touch The Art is a reminder, a celebration, a moment, and a truth. This is a celebration of the body. A graduation of the body. A return to the body. And a meditation on the process and journey of healing from sexual trauma through a reclamation of mind, body, heart, and soul. It is a journey and a meditation through the mediums of painting, sound, movement, and video. The story is centered around black bodies, cis, trans, questioning, and non-binary.

Sat, Sep 5, 2020 7:30pm

Patio Productions: Sean Rowe

Over the course of his career, Sean Rowe has recorded five full – length albums and several EPs. His music has been used widely throughout film and television, with notable examples including NBC’s hit dramas The Blacklist and Parenthood. Rowe’s song “To Leave Something Behind” was one of two non – score tracks to be featured in Ben Affleck’s hit 2016 feature film, The Accountant.