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Celebrate the Arts in Falmouth at Arts Alive! June 16 to 18: The Entertainers

Celebrate the Arts in Falmouth at Arts Alive! June 16 to 18: The Entertainers

Arts Alive offers an amazing array of talented performers, from aspiring students of all ages to accomplished professional performers. You’ll find music of all genres: jazz, rock’n’roll, blues, bluegrass, Americana, folk, country, Celtic, classical, old-time fiddle, New Age, alternative rock, light opera, choral, a cappella, singer/songwriter, and more. There will be classical and contemporary ballet, … Continue reading

Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra offers Musicale!

Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra offers Musicale!

The Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra will offer a special performance for the whole family this weekend—-a pair of concerts featuring light classical, jazz, and popular music performed by variety of chamber music ensembles. The Musicale! is the first in an annual series designed to appeal to a wide audience and to showcase the individual players … Continue reading

John Murelle Celebrates Duke Ellington

John Murelle Celebrates Duke Ellington

November 11, 2011 John Murelle to perform at West Falmouth Library Baritone John Murelle will sing songs of Duke Ellington at the West Falmouth Library on Sunday, November 13, at 3 PM. He will be accompanied by pianist William Merrill, and Mick Carlon, author of the upcoming book “Riding on Duke’s Train,” will give a … Continue reading

Jazz Stroll Offers Music, Community

Jazz Stroll Offers Music, Community

October 3, 2011 The Flip Side performs at Puritan of Cape Cod, as an overflow crowd listens outside the shop. It was a beautiful evening in Falmouth, a perfect evening for strolling up and down Main Street, browsing in the shops, enjoying a meal at a restaurant, chatting with friends. What made it even more … Continue reading

Mwalim on Music

April 8, 2010 I spoke with Mwalim (Morgan James Peters) of Mashpee on March 28 outside the Nimrod Restaurant in Falmouth, where he performed as part of a fundraiser for the Masonic Temple’s Angel Fund. (The fund supports children in need. Mwalim is a presiding member of a Prince Hall Freemason lodge.) Mwalim describes himself … Continue reading

JazzFest Falmouth

JazzFest Falmouth

October 17, 2008 JazzFest Falmouth, Falmouth’s first jazz festival, was a resounding success, and a very fun time. I was there for almost the full ten hours, watching and listening, and sampling food from various vendors. I also walked around, talked to people, bought some earrings from one of the jewelry vendors, and talked to … Continue reading

A Cornucopia of Celebrated Cellists

October 3, 2008 The last couple of weeks have yielded a bounty of virtuosic cello performances: four concerts featuring five cellists, each outstanding in its own way, each offering a unique interpretation of the instrument, providing not only musical enjoyment for the audiences, but a glimpse into the many and varied ways that the versatile … Continue reading