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Pops by the Sea is Sunday!

Pops by the Sea is Sunday!

Fans of Cape Cod native Lily Mae Harrington won’t be seeing her on “Glee” this fall (she was eliminated from “The Glee Project” competition a couple of hours ago), but local fans can hear her sing the national anthem on Sunday, August 12, 5 to 7 PM, with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra on the … Continue reading

Pops by the Sea: No Strings!

Pops by the Sea: No Strings!

August 12, 2011 Jason Danieley and Kelli O’Hara Even at 1:30 PM or so, when we arrived in Hyannis on Sunday for the 26th Annual TD Bank Pops by the Sea concert, it was hard to find a place to park. We got the last quasi-legal space in one of the parking lots behind Main … Continue reading

CCSO Wows with Today’s Broadway

CCSO Wows with Today’s Broadway

February 18, 2011 Sarah Uriarte Berry, Edward Watts, and Rosena Hill bring all the exuberance ofBroadway to Cape Cod. (Photo by Jerome Karter, executive director of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra.) Broadway came to Cape Cod last weekend in the form of three superb soloists, sopranos Rosena Hill and Sarah Uriarte Berry, and tenor Edward … Continue reading

Pops by the Sea

Pops by the Sea

August 3, 2010 Sunday’s TD Bank 25th Anniversary Pops by the Sea concert, presented by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, was a spectacular, star-studded event, with special guests Rachael Ray, Chris Cooper, and Idina Menzel, as well as local talent: the Colum Cille Pipes and  Drums of Sandwich who began the evening performances with … Continue reading

The Beatles Come to Cape Cod

October 24, 2008 Classical Mystery Tour The Beatles came to the Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center in Hyannis last Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon, in the form of the Classical Mystery Tour, a Beatles tribute band that specializes in performing with local symphony orchestras. The concert was the first in this season’s series of … Continue reading

Henry Winkler and the Pops

Henry Winkler and the Pops

July 28, 2008 Henry Winkler, fondly known as “Fonzie” from “Happy Days,” at least among a certain age group, is a warm and wonderful person, as those the many who have encountered him on his recent trip to the Cape, can attest. He visited Sandwich High School last Friday to promote his Hank Zipzer book … Continue reading