Wellsboro, PA-This Thursday-Sunday, courtesy of the Endless Mountain Music Festival and the Dean Center for Performing Arts, includes free and paid musical performances.
The original blues / Play an Americana song. She sings fan favorite songs from four CDs and previews a new song from her upcoming fifth album, recorded at home during a pandemic. His new music is full of blues, warm ballads and unknown pains.
At 6:15 p.m. on Friday, July 30, Take2 with Steve Gee Mack on acoustic guitar and vocals and Bo Brubin on mandolin and vocals will perform a standard and original American mix on the outdoor stage on the Central Avenue side of Dean Center. Do. Performing Arts at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. This free performance is part of the Dean Center Outdoor Summer Concert Series. Weather permitting, the concert will be moved to the Coolridge Theater in Dean Center.
Take2’s performance includes songs from the new CD “Branching Out”, with Ziemac on “Memphis” and “Nashville Kats” and Rubin singing on “Someone Stealing My Gal” and sprinkled with harmony. I am.
For 57 years Rubin and Ziemac have been playing music, but they are usually not together. They played together in the early 1960s when Rubin was 12 and Zymac 16 and grew up as a neighbor in Levittown, PA. Then they took different paths.
In 1980 Rubins moved to Charleston Township and opened Whitney Billgrass. Ziemak and his brother Joe bought real estate next to each other in 1983 and both moved to Charleston Township in 1984. On occasion, Rubin and Ziemac performed together working with different bands. and for specific musical projects.
When he formed Take2 in 2014 and started performing as a duo, things changed and he played songs from Stephen Foster to the Beatles to Linda Ronstadt’s “Blue Bayou”.
Also on Friday, Maestro Stephen Gunzenhauser and the Endless Mountain Music Festival Orchestra will conclude the 2021 season with a performance at the Steadman Theater at Mansfield University and an additional performance on Saturday. The orchestra will also perform a free pop concert on Sunday at Wellsboro Johnston Airport.
Friday evening at 7 p.m., the festival orchestra will perform the opera by French composer Edouard Lalo in three acts on the mythical city of Issu. “Landscape under the Sign of the Universe” by Mexican composer Arturo Marquez is about Latin rhythms, colorful orchestrations and astrological constellations that creatively use good melodies. Rachmaninoff’s “Piano Concerto No. 3” features pianist Wael Farouk.
Hailed as a “respectable and magnificent pianist” in the New York Concert Review, Dr. Farouk has a wide range of careers in performance. Performed on five continents, including Whitehall in St. Petersburg, Schumann’s home in Leipzig and the Weil Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, New York, her first solo performance in 2013 has been described as “absolutely wonderful”.
Saturday evening at 7 pm, the festival orchestra will perform Rossini’s “The Italian in the Overture of Algiers”. Navarro’s “Rose in Flames” by singer Alyssa Rose and harpist Melanie Mashner. Violinist “Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor” and violinist Sirena Fan. And Dvorak’s “Symphony No. 5 in F major”.
The 15th season ends at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday August 1. A festival orchestra will host a free pop concert to commemorate Robert N. Dunham at the Wellsboro Johnston Airport at 112 Runway Road near Wellsboro. Includes a selection of popular TV shows on Broadway musicals, Hollywood movies and airport hangars. Among them are “Downton Monastery Suite”, “Motown Magic”, “The Godfather: Portrait of Symphony”, “New Fire Conga” by Marquez, “Stars and Striped Eternity” by Sousa and “1812” by Tchaikovsky. Opening “and so on.
The August 1 concert will take place in the rain. Participants must bring their own chair.
Young people under the age of 20 have free access to concerts at all Endless Mountain music festivals. To purchase tickets for the Friday and Saturday night concerts, anyone can call the Endless Mountain Music Festival Box Office (570) 787-7800 or visit: www.endlessmountain.net. Tickets will also be sold at the door on July 30 and 31. .
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