Connecting our Community Through the Arts

Gallery 50 Music Performance Schedule

EVERY FRIDAY is “Wine Down Friday” with live music, light refreshments, and wine in Gallery 50 and 42 West Arts Co-op “Second Saturday Meet the Artist” Events will be held on the second Saturday of every month in Gallery 50, highlighting a featured artist and a reception.  Most other Saturdays will feature artists in the galleries demonstrating their craft.   —————————————————————————————————————–

Gallery 50 Music Performance Schedule*

NOTE – This is a listing of music events planned for Gallery 50 only — other events and artist demonstrations are added closer to the dates, and many activities are scheduled at the other galleries and performance locations in Waynesboro, PA

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Friday, May 16, 5 – 8 pm – The duo of Tim Gotwald (flutes) and Dan Dropkin (guitar) will perform jazz standards.  Tim is one of the most highly sought after flutists in the area, equally at home performing jazz or classical music.  He recently retired after many years as band director at Chambersburg Area Senior High School.

Tim Gotwald and Dan Dropkin

Tim Gotwald and Dan Dropkin

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Friday, May 23, 5 – 8 pm – Pat McNamee (clarinet and saxophone) and Erin Regan (vocals and piano) will be playing standards.  Pat is the former WASHS Band Director and befokre that at the :Scotland School for Veterans Children.  Both Pat and Erin teach for the Cumberland Valley School of Music.

Patrick McNamee and Erin  Regan

Patrick McNamee and Erin Regan

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Friday, May 30, 5 – 8 pm – “The Quincy Duo” – Dusty Rhodes (clarinet, tenor sax, and vocals) and Robert Nelson (clarinet and guitar) will perform music of the 20′s, 30′s and 40′s

Quincy Duo

Quincy Duo

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Friday, June 6, 5 – 8 pm – Mitch Morrill (vocals and guitar – Blues and Classic Rock – Gallery 50.  Mitch is one of the most highly respected blues and rock musicians in the area.  He is probably best known for his work fronting the band Dem Guise, but has performed with a wide variety of groups of all sizes, including his highly regarded duo with violinist Scott Matlock, and the stripped down Mojo Guise.  A dynamic performer with a voice which captures the emotional spirit of every song he sings, you will not want to miss this evening with Mitch!

Mitch Morrill

Mitch Morrill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday, June 13, 5 – 8 pm – Shanna Rae is a Singer/Musician/Songwriter from Pleasant Hall,PA.  She writes all original music and lyrics in mixed styles,depending on what the song is wrote about, but includes Country/Pop/Folk/Blues.  Each songs brings it’s own personal message,healing,wisdom, and inspiration!  She has done many events throughout the surrounding areas.

Shanna Rae

Shanna Rae

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Friday, June 20, 5 – 8 PM – Tim Franklin and Cynthia Marie Singer-songwriter/pianist Cynthia Marie and singer-songwriter/guitarist Tim Franklin first met in Seattle through their bands Golden Tree Story andPillow Army. Coming from backgrounds in classical & rock music, they share a love for orchestral harmonies, strings, and improvisation. They enjoy creating both expansive and intimate settings for songs, and note chamber folk/pop contemporaries Joanna Newsom, and San Fermin among their favorite artists. Performing both their solo work, as well as new collaborations, there will be three sets; each starting on the hour. The show is free and all ages. Come enjoy the last day of spring with music and art in downtown Waynesboro!

Tim Franklin and Cynthia Marie

Tim Franklin and Cynthia Marie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim Franklin

Tim Franklin

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Performers and events are subject to change   Map - 4 Galleries Destination ARTS! was conceived in May 2013 as a community revitalization project based on the arts, with the ultimate goal of turning Waynesboro, PA, into an arts destination.  The initial project took seven large, vacant commercial buildings on Main Street and converted them into curated art galleries, while also filling an additional eight storefront windows with art.  The project was successfully launched on July 19, 2013 and ended 15 weeks later on October 27, having displayed over 1,600 pieces of art from more than 120 artists, including local artists and some of the most highly respected artists in the Mid-Atlantic states.  Sales exceeded $25,000.  Entirely organized by volunteers, the project brought together artists, community members, and businesses, with over 200 volunteers participating.   All of the seven galleries are now rented. After our successful 15 week programs, we closed for one week and then reopened.  Currently, four galleries continue to operate downtown.  Open four days per week, the galleries have live music every Friday night, artist demonstrations and events every Saturday afternoon, and other special events (when available) on Thursdays and Sundays.  Check the schedule below for information and the AAGW website for more details.  As we approach summer 2014, more activities and new arts projects will be added.  Our hope is that this will lead to an increase in vibrancy and a permanent transformation of our community into an arts and culture destination. Please join us to celebrate Destination ARTS! All Events are FREE unless otherwise noted.  Location addresses on map above. For more information visit http://www.artsalliancegw.org or email artsalliancegw@gmail.com

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