Adirondack A&E e-News # 94


Depot Theatre’s “Putting It Together” by Tim Rowland

Stephen Sondheim was, by acclaim, the best composer/lyricist of the latter half of the 20th century, his name up on the marquee of Broadway titans along with Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. Sondheim died last fall at the age of 91, and in tribute, the Depot Theatre in Westport opens its 2022 summer season with PUTTING IT TOGETHER, a musical revue that cleverly spins a story out of songs plucked from a cross section of Sondheim’s copious canon.

Read the full review HERE.

“Meadowmount in Concert” on The Violin Channel

Wednesday, July 6, at 7 pm to livestream

From The Violin Channel:

VC LIVE | We’re coming to you from Whallonsburg, New York, for the first concert in the Meadowmount School of Music’s “Meadowmount in Concert” series

Every Wednesday night from July 6 to August 10, The Violin Channel will feature an outstanding student showcase LIVE from the famed school |

Tonight’s concert features performances by Meadowmount students Joey Lau, Kento Hong, Yeeun Kang, Enrique Rodrigues, Sydney Lee, and the Galvin Cello Quartet | This program features music by Paganini, Kreisler, Tchaikovsky, Ysaÿe, and more.

The Violin Channel’s Facebook page for streaming is HERE.

For those who would like to attend this event, or any of Meadowmount’s 30-plus concerts this summer, find out more HERE.


July 6, 7:30 pm

Hailed as a “rising star” by NPR’s Weekend Edition and “impossibly talented” by Fretboard Journal, Nora Brown will perform in the haymow at Sugar House Creamery . Nora’s third full-length album, ‘Long Time To Be Gone’ will be out 8/26 via Jalopy Records.

You can listen and watch her NPR Tiny Desk Concert HERE.

And read the full press release on her new album’s release HERE.

Suggested donation: $20.

Sugar House Creamery, 18 Sugar House Way, Upper Jay

BluSeed Studios offers weekend of arts and entertainment

BluSeed Studios, the multi-disciplinary arts center at 24 Cedar Street in Saranac Lake, ispleased to be hosting two events this coming weekend!

Saturday July 9, Hiroya Tsukamtoto will be gracing the BluStage with his acoustic guitar concert.

Hiroya is a one-of-a-kind composer, guitarist and singer-songwriter from Kyoto, Japan. Hiroya has released three solo albums (“Solo”, “Heartland” and “Places”). Hiroya has been leading concerts internationally including several appearances at Blue Note (NYC), United Nations and Japanese National Television (NHK). In 2018, Hiroya won 2nd place in International Finger Style Guitar Championship.

More information is HERE.

Sunday July 10, Eric Adsit and Nate Jeffery present a joint gallery exhibit, “Shared Perspective” opening Sunday July 10th, 5-7 pm in our Downstairs Gallery. Light refreshments will be served.

Shared Perspective brings together different mediums inspired by the same views. Featuring the photography of Eric Adsit and the hand pulled screen prints from original ink paintings in black and white of Nate Jeffery, the gallery demonstrates that we all have our own ways of experiencing and appreciating the Adirondacks, but there might be more in common than we often realize.

Exhibit is open Monday 2-5 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday 2-6 pm until August 28.

More information HERE.

BluSeed Studios, 24 Cedar Street, Saranac Lake

Fort Ticonderoga Announces Special Exhibition of Painting by Renowned Historical Artist Don Troiani

The painting Ticonderoga 1758 can be viewed on July 8th as part of the Battle of Carillon Commemoration.

Fort Ticonderoga announces a special exhibition of a new painting by internationally renowned historical artist, Don Troiani, depicting the fury of the 1758 Battle of Carillon. This painting is on special display as part of the July 8th Battle of Carillon Commemoration at Fort Ticonderoga.

Don Troiani’s arresting canvas depicts the striking heroism of the officers and men of the 42nd (Highland) Regiment of the British Army as they attacked the French lines on the Heights of Carillon on the afternoon of July 8, 1758.

n addition to viewing the painting, Fort Ticonderoga brings the battle to life on July 8th as visitors stand on the very ground where the epic Battle of Carillon took place in 1758. Join the fifes and drums to lay wreaths and remember those who fell in this cataclysmic battle. Feel the power of the site and reflect on a singular French victory, and one of Britain’s costliest defeats, where nearly 2,000 British and American soldiers were killed or wounded.

The Don Troiani painting Ticonderoga 1758 can be viewed through October 30, 2022 in the Mars Education Center at Fort Ticonderoga.

Visit HERE for more information.

Ti Arts Downtown Gallery

The Bookstore Plus Second Sunday Storytime

Sunday, June 10, 2022, 4 pm

We have missed all the children in our store and we are so excited to welcome them back in person once again! All children (especially children at heart) are welcome!

Our theme for July is Trees!

We will read “Wangari’s Trees of Peace” by Jeanette Winter and “Be a Tree!” by Maria Gianferrari. Our craft will be a leaf rubbing!

The Bookstore Plus, 2491 Main Street, Lake Placid

Monkey Trial

Film Showing – Thursday, July 7, 7 pm

MONKEY TRIAL follows one of the most famous legal battles of the 20th century, the trial of John Scopes for violating a Tennessee law forbidding the teaching of evolution in public schools. But the account presented here sheds new light on this well-known event, rewriting popular history and biography in the process. Monkey Trial is a film that pits scientific discovery against religious fervor.

It’s about a moment in history when two men (Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan) faced each other across a courtroom, each trembling with rage, each attacking the faith of the other. Directed and produced by Christine Lesiak and Co-Producer and Director, Anne Mumgaard for American Experience, PBS, 2002, 90 mins.

Admission is free. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Covid-19 vaccination is strongly recommended and masks are encouraged. Masks will be available. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Adirondack History Museum, 7590 Court Street, Elizabethtown

Similar Posts