The Great Songs on Sundays @ 5 live performance sequence returns this weekend for its 23rd season that will again be on line simply because of basic safety things to consider.
The eight-concert display will be out there at ptownmusic.com and a focused YouTube channel. Concerts, led by founder and audio director John Thomas, will debut at (of program) 5 p.m. Sundays as a result of Sept. 12, and then remain readily available immediately after the initially airing. Viewing is absolutely free, thanks to donations, according to organizers.
The live shows ended up filmed devoid of an viewers at the series’ regular house at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting Residence in Provincetown, which collection officers say is envisioned to resume in-human being Sunday companies and events in September.
The get started of the 2021 season: July 25, “Broadway: Curtain Up!” featuring the series’ “Broadway ensemble” undertaking songs from musicals through the a long time Aug. 1, “Craig Combs & Mates — Classical Icons: Mozart & Beethoven,” with pianist Combs, Thomas Collum on violin, Chris Nunn on viola and Leo Eguchi on cello Aug. 8, “Music with out Borders,” with Thomas on piano, Ken Subject on saxophone, Justin Torrellas on clarinet, Chanthouen Varon Collins on cello and Frederick Jodry on organ for a software that involves gospel, classical, John Williams and melodies from Bulgaria and Greece and Aug. 15, “Here’s to the Girls!,” a celebration of women of all ages in new music, such as Bette Midler, Rosemary Clooney, Judy Garland and Alanis Morissette, with the singing quartet of Trish LaRose, Brittany Rolfs, Mozelle and Pamela Murray.
The series’ second fifty percent: Aug. 22, “Baroque & Over and above: Bach, Mozart, Pärt & Stravinsky” with Jodry on piano and Kelly G. Jeppesen on violin Aug. 29: “Music without Borders II,” with Thomas on piano, Brian Calhoun on marimba, Eric Maul on flute and Roxanne Layton on recorder and vocals, performing Broadway, jazz and film themes Sept. 5, The Hyannis Seem male a cappella group and Sept. 12, “Broadway: Curtain Connect with!” that includes the ensemble yet again.
Cape’s Broadway schedule expands
Additional Broadway stars will show up on the Cape in August and September, with expanded lineups at the Artwork House and the Crown & Anchor resort, each in Provincetown, and at Cotuit Middle for the Arts.
Melissa Errico, who has starred on Broadway in “Anna Karenina,” “My Fair Lady” and “High Culture,” will premiere her new demonstrate, “Amour & Just after: Melissa Errico Sings The Music of Michel Legrand,” Aug. 4-5 at the Crown & Anchor, with Tedd Firth at the piano. Tickets and data: onlyatthecrown.com or 508-487-1430. She will bring the present Aug. 6 to the Cotuit middle. Tickets and information and facts: artsonthecape.org 508-428-0669.
Making creative director Mark Cortale made two additions to his Broadway @ the Art Home sequence lineup: 4-time Tony Award Nominee Judy Kuhn (“Fun Property,” “Les Misérables” and “Chess”) will look Aug. 2 with series host Seth Rudetsky, and Krysta Rodriguez (“Spring Awakening,” “The Addams Family”) will be part of Rudetsky for displays Sept. 24-25. Also new at the Art Dwelling will be Daniel Shevlin, cellist of the Effectively-Strung quartet, debuting a solo display “Versatile” on Sept. 18-19, with Lance Horne at the piano.
Other stars on the summer time Broadway lineup involve Kristin Chenoweth, Kelli O’Hara (in her Provincetown debut), Beth Leavel and Stephanie J. Block.
For all reveals at the Artwork Home and Town Corridor, Cortale just lately started off necessitating proof of vaccination for entry. Info and reservations: www.ptownarthouse.com or 800-838-3006.
Get hold of Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll at [email protected] Abide by on Twitter: @KathiSDCCT.