The Dylan Perrillo Orchestra, Saturday June 9
On Saturday evening June 9th the Dylan Perrillo Orchestra brings his eleven-piece Orchestra, a collection of musical friends out of Albany, New York, to Bridge Street.
The group performs music ranging from 19th century operetta to dance hits of the 1920s-1950s to modern original compositions making their live performances enjoyable for people of all sonic interests. Since their formation in 2013, DPO has performed around the northeast for concerts, outdoor festivals, private parties and swing dances, opened for Jay Leno at Proctor’s in Schenectady, and played at Caffe Lena, Albany’s Tulip Festival, SUNY Potsdam, UConn, Saranac Lake’s Party on the Patio, and many other fine places.
Be sure to wear your dancing shoes that night, since the carpeted area between the front row and the stage will be available to patrons who feel the urge to cut a rug.
Hearts Content Ensemble, Sunday June 10
Sunday June 10th, the Hearts Content Ensemble Caitlin Ippolit (flute), Jonathan Byron-Woodin (cello), Lory Frankel (oboe), Thomas Konow (violin), Ed Coughtry (clarinet and flute), and David Woodin (violin and viola), all members of the Catskill Chamber Orchestra returns for their fourth engagement here at Bridge Street with an intimate and wide-ranging program of chamber classics. This is a magnificently gifted and enthusiastic ensemble of local musicians whose recitals are invariably a delight.