|7:30 p.m.||Gypsy Rondo. . .Let your imagination be captured!|
|First Baptist Church.
|Authentic Hungarian dinner with artist & Friends, Colgate Inn, to
follow (additional fee: dinner/concert package available).
|Friday, June 16|
|3-5 p.m.||String, piano, and clarinet master classes with MusicFest artist. Auditors and participants|
|welcome; call 315-228-7645 for registration information. First
Baptist Church, Hamilton Whole
Foods, Barge Canal Coffee Company.
|8 p.m.||Dance Americas!. . .Tap, clap, and snap with dance-inspired works from New York to Patagonia.|
|Festival Tent Merrill House Lawn, Colgate.|
|Reception and wine tasting (additional fee) following the concert.|
|Saturday, June 17|
|Village Day||Eat, shop, and be merry with a day-long blend of music and activities in Hamilton's charming,|
All Village Day concerts are free of charge.
|8 a.m. -||Hamilton Farmers Market. Hamilton Village Green|
|9 a.m.||J.S. Bach, Dance, and the Violin with Bruce Berg, Barge Canal Coffee Co., Lebanon Street*|
|11 a.m. -||The Upstate New York Special III* Childrens music and regional performers. Hamilton Village Green.|
|11 a.m -||Chicken Barbecue (there will be an afternoon break)|
|Visit local attractions, run on the fitness trail, go antiquing in
Bouckville, tee of at Seven Oaks, or make time for a siesta.
|"Vignette" performances by the Chenango Players. Follow
the roving musicians to various Hamilton loactions.
|11:30 a.m.||Summer SSweets Contest: desserts by local restaurants. You be the judge!|
|2 p.m.||Historic string instrument lecture/demonstration with NY State Troubador Robic Schade.|
|Barge Canal Coffee Company.
|3 p.m.||Masterclass Showcase: Budding Talent. First Baptist Church*|
|5:30 - p.m.||Saturday Sundaes, catered by Mr. Ed's, and festival artists CD signing. Hamilton Village Green.|
|6 p.m.||Juan Pablo Torres, trombone, and his Afro-Cuban Jam.*|
|Experience Cuban jazz and popular music with the world-famous
"Trombone Man" and his
combo on the Village Green.
|8 p.m.||Play: Let My People Go. Hugh Humphreys presents the story of the antislavery movement|
|in Madison County, including
the Great Cazenovia Fugitive Slave Law Convention of 1850.
Spirited abolitionists songs by The Master's Touch Chorale. Spirituals by Max Smith.
Hamilton Central School Stage.
|Sunday, June 18|
|Attend a local church service, enjoy bagels and the newspaper at the
Barge, have early breakfast
at Mr. Ed's or brunch at the Inn, tee off at Seven Oaks.
|2 p.m.||Best Loved Chamber Music of the Millennium. . .without a doubt, the greatest all-time hits of the|
|genre. Schubert's "Trout" and Brahms' Clarinet Quintet. St.
Mary's Roman Catholic Church, corner
of Wylie St. and Route 12B.
|Reception and Bull Thistle Awards following the concert.|
|* =||Free concert. (For schedule or location changes, call 315-228-7645
prior to the festival, or visit
Festival Headquarters on the Village Green June 14-18).
Tickets to individual concerts will be available beginning May 15; $10.00 adults, $8.00
& Seniors; 6 & under free. Festival packages at a reduced rate are available, as are mail-order ticets.
Call 315-228-7645 for details. Thank you.
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