2017 Orsini Park Summer Concert Series

2017 Summer Concert Series

All concerts will be held at 7 p.m. at the gazebo in Orsini Park. In the event of inclement weather, concerts will be held at Bozenkill Park.
Free-will donations will be accepted to defray concert expenses.

July 11: Moonshine Holler

Moonshine Holler performs lively traditional American roots music and dance featuring spine-tingling vocal harmonies and spirited renditions of Appalachian blues, breakdowns and ballads.

July 18: Three Quarter North 

Three Quarter North is a five-piece band of “old boys making grown up noise.” The band found a mutual love of bluegrass, folk and roots music and they let each style weave together as one pattern in their songs

July 25: Marty Wendell & His Band

Musically weaned on an old Philco radio, singer-songwriter Marty Wendell grew up whetting an appetite for rockabilly, folk, country and pop to blues and gospel. With Marty Wendell you get the real deal.

August 1: Tommy Verrigni Trio

An area favorite, this incredibly versatile group performs standards, smooth jazz, pop, rock and R & B.


August 8: Art D’echo Trio

The Art D’echo Trio is a jazz piano trio enjoyed by listeners of all ages displaying musicianship exciting to both life-long jazz fans and audience members unfamiliar with the genre. Whether playing sophisticated, hard-swinging classic jazz arrangements or grooving on a Latin jazz tune, the interplay between three master musicians defines the group

August 15: Rusticator 

Rusticator is an acoustic band with an Americana spirit. The four piece group consists of acoustic guitar, fiddle, bass, and stripped-down percussion, creating an energetic blend of original songs and sing-along covers. Inspired by the alt country sound of bands like Wilco and The Avett Brothers. Rusticator’s influences stretch far beyond the outlaw country genre. Expect to be charmed by thought-provoking and toe-tapping originals; plus covers from your favorites including The Beatles and The Grateful Dead.


Thanks to the Village of Altamont for partial funding of this concert series.

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