Bonded by an uncommon blend of instruments and vocals, Charles Yang (violin), Nick Kendall (violin), and Ranaan Meyer (double bass), have found a unique voice of expression. To experience Time For Three live is to hear the various eras, styles, and traditions of Western music fold in on themselves and emerge anew. The Portland Chamber Music Festival is thrilled to present Time For Three in their solo Portland debut performance.
Remember is a brief elegy to the composer Eleanor Alberga’s mother, into which she poignantly weaves a Jamaican folk song. Samuel Barber’s Dover Beach, a marvel of lyricism and masterful craftsmanship, uses rich imagery to take on the emotional weight and nuance of a world at war. Schubert’s lighthearted Fantasie, an exception to the darkness that haunts many of the late works written in his all-too-short life, showcases his divine melodic gifts with sparkling, stunning virtuosity. The epic season finale is Robert Schumann’s piano quintet, noted for its exuberant character (his wife Clara, the virtuoso pianist for whom it was written, declared it “splendid, full of vigor and freshness”) and expansive, triumphant musicality.
Help raise money for Maine’s Children’s Cancer Program!
September 10th at Island Dog Brewing from 12-5pm
$1.00 of all pours and $10.00 event glasses will benefit the MCCP
Raffle packages include:
- SeaDog Tickets and Autographed Chris Sales Baseball
- Swag and Visa Gift Card
- Art work by Jim Gasco Photography
- And more!
Raffle tickets will be $5.00 each or 3 for $10.00
T.O.P. Dog Food Truck will be on location during the event!
This event is sponsored by:
- Island Dog Brewing
- Capozza Floor Covering Center
- Old Port Specialty Tile Co.
- RF Tile Inc
Three aging baby boomers (who could swear they are still in their 40’s!) tackle the topics of love, loss, sex, aging parents and medical marijuana munchies in this heartfelt new comedy. After flirting at a funeral, Abigail and Angus wake up the next morning under the same blanket. When a neighbor suddenly knocks on the door, all bets are off for a peaceful retirement. This humorous comic-drama honestly explores what it feels like to begin a new chapter in life and proves that growing older doesn’t mean the end of living and learning. In fact, sometimes we save the best part for last.
Sept 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25 – 2022
Sat Sept 24 – 3pm & 7:30 pm
Tickets: $25 Adult / $22 Group (10+) / $20 Student (19+ with ID) / $10 Youth (4-18)
Hearing Assistance and handicapped seating are available upon request.
Celebrate the harvest and the beginning of fall foliage season with artists & craft vendors, a farmers’ market, an apple pie contest, live music, pony rides, kids’ activities, and much more on the town common of Bethel, Maine’s most beautiful mountain village. Make a full weekend of it with lots of other events and attractions around the area.
View the full schedule of the day’s events at https://www.bethelharvestfest.com/schedule.html
Talking Food in Maine: Intimate Conversations, Season 3, is a free series of one-on-one conversations between host Cherie Scott, founder of Mumbai to MAINE, and notable culinary pioneers who have made a substantial contribution to the culinary arts in the state of Maine.
On Thursday, September 29, 2022 host Cherie Scott, @mumbai2maine welcomes guest Rob Dumas, UMaine’s Food Science Innovation Coordinator.
7-8:30pm at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta
This is a FREE event thanks to sponsors:
King Eiders Pub
*Don’t miss out on 2023 Talking Food In Maine Interviews!*
- Christian Hayes – January 19th
The Garrison and Dandelion Catering Co.
- Mary Allen Lindemann – February 16th
Coffee By Design, Co-founder
- Barton Seaver – March 3oth
Sustainable Seafood Expert, Educator and Author