Up next and a Peak at Fall at Streamside
Up next to get us going for summer we have composer-pianist Rob Schwimmer. At his concert at Streamside Rob’s concert may contain his stunning originals, the Great American Songbook, jazz, Americana, and even Bernard Herrmann’s stunning Scene d’Amour from Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Classical, the avant-garde and the unclassifiable (with palate cleansing miniatures as a small bite of sonic ginger) may also be represented filtered through Schwimmer’s deeply personal, unique, and (sometimes) virtuosic vision of the sound world. The New York Times praises Rob for his “Virtuosity, magic, and humor” while Gramophone called his music, “…ravishing and dazzling.” He has worked with Simon and Garfunkel,Wayne Shorter, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Bobby McFerrin, Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, Esperanza Spalding, Gotye, Stevie Wonder, The Boston Pops, Trey Anastasio, Laurie Anderson, T-Bone Walker, The Klezmatics, The Roches, The Everly Brothers, Sammy Davis Jr. and many others.
And get ready for fall for three amazing shows with:
PHIL KEAGGY – Early Oct (TBD) – Guitarist, singer, songwriter. Dove award winner and one of the top fingerstyle guitarists
Al PETTEWAY and AMY WHITE – Oct 26-27 – an annual Streamside favorite. Grammy and Indie award winners known for their music featured on Ken Burns documentaries.
MELANIE – Nov 17 – Woodstock veteran and writer of many hits that are part of the songbook of the 60’s and 70’s.