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27 July, 2018 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 35 SummerKeys concerts to feature faculty The Mary Potterton Memorial Concert Gilchrest, flute; Richard Mclntyre, piano; Series will host the first of its faculty John Newell, piano; Setsuko Otake, oboe; chamber concerts on Wednesday, August and Joachim Woitun, cello. Music selec- l, featuring Fran Berge, violin; Kathleen tions are by Kerr, Newell and Weill. Inter- Collisson, cello; Suzanne Gilchrest, flute; mission refreshments will be hosted by Richard McIntyre, organ; John Newell, pi- McFadden's Variety. ano; and Roberto Pace, piano. Pieces per- All concerts are free and take place up- formed include those by Bach, Brahms, stairs at 7:30 p.m. at the Congregational Debussy, Faure, Haydn and Mozart. Inter- Christian Church in Lubec. Piano tuning mission refreshments will be hosted by donations are gratefully accepted. For more Lubec Brewing Company. information on the concert series, as well as The second concert, on Wednesday, Au- the music, art, photography and cabaret gust 8, will feature Anna Maria Baeza, classes at SummerKeys, call 207-733-2316, clarinet; Greg Biss, piano; Kathleen Col- email or vis- lisson, cello; Ali Garrison, voice; Suzanne it . Jazz duo to play at Crow Town Gallery An afternoon of jazz with the Gregthe gallery is encouraged. Abate/Jon Wheatley Duo will be held Sun- Greg Abate tours year-round as an in- day, August 5, at 3 p.m. at Crow Town ternational jazz recording artist. His cred- Gallery in Lubec. its include lead alto saxophone for the Ray Seating is limited, so reserving tickets Charles Orchestra and tenor sax for the online at or at Artie Shaw Orchestra. Jon Wheatley is from Syracuse, N.Y pi to and now resides in Cambridge, Mass. He Russian anist is an associate professor at Berklee Col- perform in Machias lege of Music and recorded "Guitar on the Loose in London" and also has recorded The Machias Bay Chamber Concerts with his 50/50 Quintet and with many oth- (MBCC) board is proud to present a per- ers. formance by Russian concert pianist Ar- Tickets are $25 advance or $30 at the sentiy Kharitonov On Tuesday, July 3 l, at door. 7 p.m. at Centre Street Church in Machi- as. Kharitonov's performance repertoire ~ I L to consists of Bach and Siloti preludes, two ikJpera worKsnop Schubert compositions, a Rachmaninoff benefit from show variation, Respighi's "Valse Caressante and Notturno" and Mussorgsky's "Pic- The St. Andrews Arts Council will tures at an Exhibition." sponsor a benefit concert for the Opera Pianist and composer Kharitonov is a Workshop on Sunday, July 29, at 4 p.m. at prizewinner of national and international the Kingsbrae Garden under the big top in competitions and has been heard in solo St. Andrews. The concert, titled Mad recitals and with orchestras in Russia, Eu- About Broadway, will feature 18 of the rope, Asia and the U.S. finest young singers in Canada. Tickets In an effort to make concerts more ac- are $25 each and are available at Cock- cessible to local residents and families, bum's Comer Drug Store and Scotiabank MBCC will be accepting donations at the or by calling 506-529-4692. door instead of a set ticket price. There is For more information, contact the coun- a suggested donation of $15 per adult to cil at 506-529-4692, 207-454-3324, help defray costs. All students are encour- or aged to enter donation-free. . JOHN P. FOSTER ATTORNEY AT LAW Personal bijury Real Estate Family Law Probate 71 Water Street, Eastport Tel. 853-4611 Fax 853-4666 john@fosterlaw.org The Mary Potterton Memorial Concert Series SummerKeys presents free concerts ^~-v^c~,o~,~u~ o,~ all summer long in Lubec, Maine August 1 - Faculty Chamber Concert No. 1, Fran Berge, violin; Kathy Collisson, cello; Suzanne Gilchrest, flute; Richard Mclntyre, organ; John Newell, piano; Bruce Potterton, piano. Music by: Bach, Debussy, Faure, Haydn, Newell. Hosted by: Lubec Brewing Company. August 8 - Faculty Chamber Concert No. 2, Anna Mafia Baeza, clarinet; Gregory Biss, piano; Kathleen Collisson, cello; Suzanne Gilchrest, flute; Ali Garrison, voice; Richard McIntyre, piano; John Newell, piano; Setsuko Otake, oboe; Joachim Woitun, cello. Music by: Kerr, Newell, Weill. Hosted by: McFadden's Variety. August 15 - Andrea Maurer, flute, Richard McIntyre, piano. Music by: Arnold, Gade, Giovannini, Schoenfield. Hosted by: Family Fisheries and Take-Out, Campobello. * Tuesday, August 21 - Jazz Piano Stylings, Sebastien Ammann, piano. Hosted by: Water Street Tavern and Restaurant. August 22 - An Evening of Celtic Music, Haley Hewitt, Celtic harp. Hosted by: Sally Ann's Cafe and Market. August 29 - Peter Lewy, cello; Richard McIntyre, piano. Music by: Bach, Barber, Brahms, Lewy. Hosted by: Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant and Inn on the Wharf. SummerKeys concerts occur on Wednesday evenings (*unless otherwise noted) and are presented throughout the summer. All concerts take place upstairs in the Lubec Congrega- tional Christian Church and begin at 7:30 p.m. Local businesses provide intermission refreshments! Admission is free (piano tuning donations are always welcome). For more information about concerts and classes at SummerKeys, A Music Vacation, visit summerkeys.com, call 207-733-2316 or email sksmail@ summerkeys.com. ARTIST GEER MORTON, who has long split his time between Lubec and San Diego, recently donated one of his paintings to the Tides Institute & Museum of Art. Shown in the photo holding a large acrylic painting of Lubec, Town View #2, are Morton's wife, Pat Warner, and Hugh French, director of the Tides Institute. Morton also recently had an exhibit of his works at the ArtworksofMaine gallery in Lubec, in which over 40 of his paintings were sold over 10 days. Other paintings from the show can be seen at Woodwind Galler3.' in Machias. Classical guitarist to perform at EAC The Eastport Arts Center's concert se- premiere by John Cage arranged by Lar- ries continues at 7 p.m. on Friday, August get-Caplan for two guitars. A reception 10, with guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan, sponsored by Dastardly Dick's Wicked who will present a program titled Land- Good Coffee will follow the concert. scapes, Meditations and Dances. Featur- Larget-Caplan's recordings are available ing music from India, Japan, Russia, on Albany, Navona and Stone Records. He Europe and the United States, Larget-Ca- currently serves on the faculty at the Uni- plan will perform music by Bach. Mus- versity of Massachusetts Boston. sorgsky, Albl niz, Keigo Fujii, and Subsequent concerts in EAC's concert premiere new works by Alan Hovhaness. series are: August 24, Mira Gill, piano; Vineet Shende, Koji Nakano and Roger and August 31, annual Young Persons Eon. In addition, Larget-Caplan will be Concert. Concert series tickets are $10, ioined by local guitarist Tim Pence for a with attendees 17 and under admitted free. AN AFTERNOON OF 'AZZ WITH OREG ABATE & 5ON %(/HEATLEY Sunday, August 5, at 3 p.m. Crow Town Gallery South