Monday, July 9, 2018

Concert Celebrating the Works of Leonard Bernstein

“A Centennial Tribute to Leonard Bernstein” on July 22 at 8 PM shines starlight on this celebrated American composer in a review of Bernstein’s best-loved works. 

A Centennial Tribute to Leonard Bernstein on July 22 at 8 PM shines  starlight on this celebrated American composer in a review of Bernstein's best-loved works. Pianists Beverly and Andrew Soll and vocalists Tiffany Baxter, Angela Jajko, and Mark Morgan cover the far reaches of Bernstein's brilliant, eclectic career on this 100th anniversary of his birth. A reception follows.

Annisquam Village Church
820 Washington Street
(corner of Leonard and Washington Streets, 3 miles from Annisquam River Bridge)
Gloucester 01930
Handicap accessible. 
Settled as the Third Parish of Cape Ann, the historic Annisquam Village Church offers ideal acoustics in an intimate, New England setting.

General admission: $20 at the door or in advance with Brown Paper Tickets:
Students $15. at the door

Wednesday, July 4, 2018


JULY 16, 1 - 3 PM
6 Manuel F Lewis St, Gloucester, MA 01930

Al Robinson, known to many in Annisquam for his Dixieland band, The Clambake Five, had another group that he founded and played in until his recent induction into "the heavenly band."  On Monday, July 16, 1 - 3 PM, dancers, music lovers, and friends can hear Al's Good Ol' Salty Jazz Band performing in tribute to their founder, Mr. Trombone, himself.
Under Al’s leadership, the Good Ol’ Salty Jazz Band established a tradition of playing at the Rose Baker Senior Center the 1st three Mondays of every month, 1 - 3 PM (except for holidays when the Rose Baker Center is closed).  Seniors from all over the North Shore come for the listening and dancing pleasure of a Monday afternoon with the Good Ol’ Salty.  Even missing Al’s trombone, the music swings, and lifts the spirits.

Check the schedule at Gloucester Council on Aging website, and join in the fun. All ages are welcome.