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Is Rockport trying to steal you away from Fiesta?

Generally speaking, I’m not a conspiracy theorist.  But now that we know the N.S.A. is reading our emails and listening to our phone calls, I’ve begun to look at things with a slightly more suspicious eye.

So when I go to the gimmesound live music listings for Cape Ann tomorrow and notice that the first 2 shows are both in Rockport — and both Free, it’s got me wondering, “Just what’s going on here?”  They’ve got David Coffin at Shalin Liu at 1o am.  And they’re not really pushing that show either.  It’s buried on a page featuring a number of community concerts and events.  To look at it you’d think Rockport Music was giving back to the community — being a good citizen.

Brad ByrdBut then I see the Rockport Farmer’s Market has local rock star Brad Byrd performing at 11:30.  Now what’s that all about?  What’s an award-winning indie rock star like Brad Byrd doing at a farmer’s market?  You’re probably gonna say it’s because he’s from Rockport and he likes to give back to the community.  But wait.  Don’t you see a pattern here?  Do see what I’m seeing?

Under the guise of appearing like good citizens, the “good people” of Rockport are really up to no good.  They’re trying to steal the crowds away from Fiesta.  They want you in Rockport early and think they’re gonna keep you all day so you can see Bob Allison on the Grand Piano at the Emerson at 6pm — also free .  Don’t be fooled.  It’s Fiesta.  You live in Gloucester.  Know what I mean?

World’s best chamber music, Broadway & homegrown musicals, top singer/songwriters, rock, jazz, soul TONIGHT

Where else on Earth can you get this much musical variety on one small island?  Plus it’s Fiesta.  If you can’t have fun on Cape Ann this weekend, it’s time to move to New York City and start cheering for the Yankees!

LIVE MUSIC Thursday, June 27, 2013

Honky Tonk Women of Gloucester 6:00 pm HONKY TONK WOMEN OF GLOUCESTER
Get Tickets @ schoonerardelle.com
Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-290-7168

  7:00 pm  CLAY VENTRE
Singer Songwriter Shuffle w/ Peter Mercier
2 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-879-4622

FREE SHOW
T Max 7:00 pm Listen to T Max T MAX
Singer Songwriter Shuffle w/ Toni Ann Enes, Rick Gadbois, Kathy Comeau & Anthony Beaulieu
2 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-879-4622

FREE SHOW
  8:00 pm  GREASY POLE THE MUSICAL
8 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA 01930
Jon Goodhue 8:00 pm Listen to Jon Goodhue JON GOODHUE
with special guest
14 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA
FREE SHOW
  8:00 pm  BOSTON SYMPHONY CHAMBER PLAYERS
Consisting of the BSO’s principal players, BSChP is one of the world’s best chamber ensembles
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

Spring Awakening 8:00 pm SPRING AWAKENING show tunes rock
267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4433

  8:00 pm  JACK LO PICCOLO
Youth Block Party ~ till 11:30pm
St. Peter Park, Gloucester, MA 01930
FREE SHOW
  8:30 pm  BRIAN FINES
open mic
11 Rogers St., Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 282-7399

FREE SHOW
  8:30 pm  DAVE SAG’S BLUES PARTY
w/ A-Train Orchestra
40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA

Phone: 978-283-9732

FREE SHOW
  9:00 pm  EAST COAST SOUL
Cover $5 – proceeds benefiting the JJ Nicastro Foundation
27-29 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-283-6342

FREE SHOW
Groove Therapy 9:00 pm Listen to Groove Therapy GROOVE THERAPY
65 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-6565

FREE SHOW
DJ Vito 9:00 pm DJ VITO
“SHAKE IT THURSDAYS” 3rd Annual Fiesta Launch Party
25 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-0223

FREE SHOW
  9:30 pm  FIVE POINT BRASS GANG
285 Cabot St, Beverly, MA 01915

Phone: 978-921-2233

FREE SHOW

Sat, May 4th: You want to see the guy who turned down offers from major labels to do his music his own way!

And he’s got a heart.  Check this out from the Old Sloop website:
Garnet Rogers and Old Sloop Coffeehouse encourage attendees to bring non-perishable food items to this concert to be donated toThe Cape Ann Open Door Food Pantry. Donors will receive a free drink as a thank-you.

Sounds like my kinda guy!  Get tickets here.

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Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore Concert Friday 5/3 at Shalin Liu

The Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore is very excited about the
opportunity to perform their spring concert  “Music Shall Live”  at 7:00 PM
on Friday, May 3rd at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport.

CNS Youth Choir Rockport Concert 4-27-2012 4-09-34 PMThis 50 member choir  of youth ages 10 through high school come from 16
communities across the North Shore.

The program is comprised of songs that are an invitation to sing and
include music from the Renaissance period to folk songs.  The title of the
concert “Music Shall Live” comes from an early German round about music, a
song that the choir will perform.

The choir is directed by Sonja Dahlgren Pryor and accompanied by Dr. Frank
Corbin.

Tickets: $18
Available on line at: www.rcmf.org
By calling 978.546.7391 M-F, 10 AM – 4 PM
By visiting the box office M-F, 10 AM – 4 PM
35 Main Street, Rockport MA, 01966
This concert is made possible by grants from The Essex Cultural Council, The
Gloucester Cultural Council and The Rockport Cultural Council

Cape Ann Youth who are Choir Members:
From Rockport: Benjamin Adams,  Emily Dailey, Sarah Palmer,  Sophie
Palmer,  Katrina Tuck
From Gloucester:   Johanna Couture-Pocaro,  Olivia Francis,  Mariah
Murphy-Thornley,  Shannon Murphy-Thornley, Isabella Piscitello,  Charlotte
Salmon,  Kayla Saltonstall,  Rachel Wolfe
From Manchester:  Nellie Boling,  Madeleine Potter, Tori Potter,  Izzi
Schmidt,  Santana Tosi

The Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore is an outstanding group of 50
talented young local musicians. They come together to learn the discipline
and joy of shared music–and many go on to study music in college. The
children come from communities all over the North Shore–from Rockport to
Newburyport and Marblehead–and represent the diversity of the area with
children from public and private schools and several who are home schooled.

The Choir’s repertoire includes work by Faure, Brahms, Handel, Mozart,
Britten, and Bernstein. They regularly sing with the Chorus North Shore,
matching the discipline of the 125-voice adult chorus.

The Honors Youth Choir is a fully funded program allowing students aged ten
through high school the opportunity to learn and perform choral masterworks
and present extraordinary concerts. The singers are selected by audition and
must attend scheduled rehearsals and concerts. Chorus North Shore artistic
director, Sonja Dahlgren Pryor and executive director Mary Sepich bring
their experience as lifelong educators and musicians to the planning and
development of this special group.

Defy Terror This Weekend

As I pointed out in this post, non-violent defiance is the best weapon against tyranny.  This weekend we all have a chance to defy the terrorists by going out as planned.  If you haven’t yet made plans, there’s even more going on than we knew about when we posted yesterday.  Tonight alone, you’ve got a choice of 10 shows starting at 6pm.  See the full live music schedule here.  Plus it’s Earth Day Weekend with over 20 Cape Ann events planned and nicely mapped out for you by our boy Joey here.

Whether it’s music, movies, eco-scavenger-hunting, shredding, clean-up, planting … whatever … don’t be shy — defy!  Let Music & Mother Nature cleanse your soul.

Even Yankee fans are showing us love by singing our tune …

The season is on!

36 performers on Cape Ann this weekend — remember, by my definition, the weekend starts on Thursdays.  Tonight we’ve got the Singer/Songwriter Shuffle starting at 7, featuring some of the area’s best, including Inge Berge, whose new children’s album (see this post for more info) was featured in today’s Gloucester Times (see article here).

After the shuffle, you can catch award winning Indie Rocker, Bray Byrd at Dog Bar starting at 9.  Music starts at 7pm tomorrow, 10:30 AM on Saturday and 11:30 AM on Sunday, so plenty of opportunities to get the kids out to listen.  See the full schedule here.

To get you in the weekend mood, here’s a video Brad shot at Minglewood about a year ago of one of my favorite songs from his award-winning album Mental Photograph.

More Brad Byrd videos here.

Sinatra in Rockport?

Michael Dutra

Swing back in time with songs like “My Way,” “Summer Wind,” and ”Strangers in The Night” with one of the finest Frank Sinatra impressionists in the country, Michael Dutra. Dutra has performed his tribute to ‘Ol Blue Eyes around the world since 2002, taking the stage more than 300 nights per year and stunning audiences with his dead-on renditions of Sinatra classics.

Ok, so you know summer is coming Captain Carlo’s is open.  Great lineup of music this weekend at over 15 different venues from a little bit of  country to rock-n-roll.  See full lineup here.

Cool stuff reminders and a rising star video

Amid the flood of info that washes over us every day, it’s often refreshing to get a reminder of some cool stuff we might have missed.  Here goes:

  • Espressos has jumped into the live music scene.  Check out their lineup.
  • Live music starts at 6 tonight and 11:30 am tomorrow (see schedule here).  Plenty of good shows you can take your kids to all over Cape Ann.
  • Seasonal wine and beer licenses kick in on Monday (April Fools Day — seems fitting somehow).  So The Cave, which is usually closed Mondays is having a wine tasting 4-6pm (more about that here).
  • You can help support Cressy Beach Restoration at the CPA meeting on Tuesday (4/2) 6pm at City Hall First Floor Council Conference Room (more on that here).

Here’s a very good music video by rising star Brendan James.  You can see him at Crowell Chapel tonight with guests Brian Jarvis, Charlee Bianchini & Dave Brown.  Tickets & details here.

TICKET UPDATE: Big Band Sold Out, Few left for Chelsea Berry, David Maxwell, Brendan James, Henri Smith & Charles Neville, Livingston Taylor

The season is heating up and you just can’t wait until the last minute to get tickets any more.  Here’s the scoop.

Cape Ann Big Band’s Friday concert @ Shalin Liu is already sold out, but you can still get tickets to see Blues piano man David Maxwell next Saturday and also Livingston Taylor on 4/13.

There are also a few tickets left for two excellent Crowell Chapel shows this week: Chelsea Berry and Dawn Mitchele tomorrow (WED) and Brendan James with Brian Jarvis, Charlee Bianchini & David Brown on Saturday.

Tickets and a limited number VIP Packages are still available for Henri Smith featuring Charles Neville – next Saturday’s benefit for the fourth Y Teens Rebuild New Orleans trip.

Check the complete live music schedule for all live music on Cape Ann.

First Spring weekend and over 2 dozen live shows on Cape Ann ~ Clickity Clack!

You know the season is upon us when there are 26 live shows over the weekend and most of the summer-only venues aren’t even open yet.  (If you’re a summer business, stop what ever you’re doing, take Paul & RD’s advice and let him know when you open: see here).

And just in case you’ve missed my incessant plugs for taking kids to live music, here we go again … shows start as early as 7pm tonight and tomorrow.  Then on Sunday it’s 8 different start-times in 8 1/2 hours:  11am, 2pm, 3, 5, 5:30, 6, 7 and 7:30.  See the complete weekend live music schedule here.

One of this weekend’s shows features Noise publisher/editor T Max, who’s got a new CD out soon.  And on that CD, is a new song Clickity Clack, which was inspired by a spontaneous burst of creativity from over a year ago, when we filmed his walk through Gloucester’s music scene (see the video series here).  Now he’s turned it into a clever romantic tragedy with an edge (see lyrics and chords here).

Here’s the original spontaneous creative burst from February 2012

Here’s the new version a year later performed by T Max with Bird Mancini

Free Chamber Music Concert at Shalin Liu on Saturday

NYSOfirehousechamberconcert_0053Some of the best young musicians in the state will perform for FREE as part of the Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras (NMYO) Honors Chamber Ensemble Concert this Saturday, 3/23 at Shalin Liu.

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to hear top young artists perform Chamber music in a venue acoustically tuned to that kind of music.  Plus you can expose your kids to the music you love!

Check out the press release from Laura Heinrichs below the video.

NMYO’s Honors Concert
Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 7:00pm
Shalin Liu Performance Center,
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA

Free Admission

DANVERS, MA – 20 March 2013 – The Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras will be presenting their Honors Chamber Ensemble Concert on Saturday, March 23rd, 7:00pm, at the Shalin Liu Performance Center, 37 Main Street, Rockport, MA.

“Our Honors Chamber Concert features NMYO’s top student musicians,” says Trudy Larson, NMYO’s string and chamber music director, “chosen because they demonstrate a high level of skill and musicianship.” This special concert will include music from some of the great masters of the chamber music genre such as Beethoven and Mozart in addition to more contemporary composers.

NMYO’s Honors Concert will feature around 30 musicians from all over northeast Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire playing in small chamber ensembles as well as selected soloists.

This concert is free and open to the public and appeals to all ages.  The evening’s musical selections will last approximately an hour and a reception will follow the performance.

This concert is sponsored, in part, by the Geoffrey H. Richon Company, with additional grants from the Gloucester and Rockport Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

For more information on NMYO and their performances and opportunities for young musicians, please visit the website or contact NMYO at info@nmyo.org or (978) 309-9833.

About Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras
The mission of the Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras (NMYO) is to provide young musicians with exceptional ensemble training and opportunities for growth through musical performance and community service. Led by Music Director Gerald J. Dolan Jr., with an accomplished team of music professionals, NMYO creates community connections and collaborations for its young players.  NMYO’s musicians come from over 40 towns and participate in one of eight ensembles offered by the program. The regular rehearsal and concert schedule is supplemented with master classes, enrichment days, chamber music coaching, community service outreach concerts to underserved populations, and a composer in residence program.

Larry Coryell Power Trio will knock your socks off on Friday

If you saw jazz guitar master Larry Coryell back in November 2010 when he played a benefit for seARTS, you already know what I’m talking about.  At the risk of dating myself (this is Peter, not Vickie) I was mesmerized when I saw him on tour with Gary Burton back in the late sixties/early 70s (I was in high school).

Larry Coryell is a master, plain and simple.  And you’ve got a chance to see him with his Power Trio (Larry Coryell on guitar, Larry Gray on bass & Paul Wertico on drums) this Friday at Shalin Liu (get tickets here). You might think of jazz guitar as beautiful, lyrical and highly improvisational, if a little on the quiet side.  Here’s a video of Larry’s Power Trio showing off Paul Wertico on drums — spectacular!  Anything but quiet.

Here’s what it says on the Rockport Music website:

Known as the pioneer guitarist merging jazz, rock, free-form improvisations, and Eastern influences, Larry Coryell brings his eclectic style back to the Shalin Liu Performance Center this March. Described by critic Whitney Balliett as “the most innovative and original guitarist since Charlie Christian,” Coryell’s career spans four decades, over 60 albums (dozens more as a sideman), and performances with some of music’s heavy-weights like Eric Clapton, John Scofield, Elvin Jones, and Chick Corea, to name a few. Also a consummate composer, he tells Rockport Music, “I write music because I can’t help it. I think perhaps I want to complement all the great compositions already out there…Wayne Shorter and Sonny Rollins come to mind, and of course, Monk!” Coryell’s personal philosophy of music has kept his playing fresh and exciting, and makes each of his personal appearances a special event.

“…Coryell played poetically, switching between unhurried, unmetered passages and a subtly swaying backbeat. Before long, however, the guitarist was throwing off fleet runs and venturing far afield harmonically, onceagain swept up in the exuberance of the moment.” Chicago Tribune

Gary Backstrom Band with Michael Thomas Doyle on Drums tonight @ Rhumb Line

There’s so much going on tonight (see schedule here) that even if you go out early and stay out late, you won’t be able to catch everything.  I guess you could call that good news for Cape Ann’s music scene.  More good news that Dan King is back in town playing with KBMG tonight at Dog Bar.

It’s also good news is that if you play your cards right, you can get to a lot of shows because they start at 6, 7, 8, 9 and the Gary Backstrom Band at 9:30 at the Rhumb Line.

Dancing to the Gary Backstrom Band would be a perfect way to end an excellent night of music.  Tonight Gary’s got Michael Thomas Doyle on drums.  Hopefully you’ve seen Doyle on guitar with Chelsea Berry (check out this video).  He’s just as good on drums.  See him in the Gary Backstrom Band video below at Harbor Loop last summer.

Oohh, I can’t wait for Harbor Loop concerts to start up again … I once asked Doyle which instrument he likes better.  He replied, “Do you have kids?”
“Yes.”
“Which one do you like best?”

Point taken!

Bach, Mozart, Hendrix, Prince & Elvis – all by one virtuoso guitarist on Sunday @ Shalin Liu

Benjamin Verdery does it all.  When Karen Herlitz from Rockport Music sent me the program for Sunday’s concert with Ben Verdery, I said, Really?  Bach & Hendrix in the same concert?  Mozart & Prince?  Elivs? Actually he’ll play Don’t Be Cruel
written by Otis Blackwell, who also wrote Elvis hits All Shook Up & Return to Sender, along with Great Balls of Fire & Breathless for Jerry Lee Lewis.  But it’s Fever, which he co-wrote with Eddie Cooley, that makes Otis Blackwell one of my favorite songwriters.  You can listen to Ella Fitzgerald sing Fever here (my favorite version for a lot of reasons) … But I digress …

How can anybody play such a diverse repertoire in a single concert without losing the audience in a swirl of confusion.  Well, just listen to this:

Now don’t you want to hear what he does with Bach, Mozart, Prince and Otis Blackwell?  Well you can on Sunday in one of the most acoustically perfect places on Earth.  Aren’t you glad you live nearby? There are still good seats left.  Get them here.

Just for fun, here’s Hendrix’s version of the song live in 1970.

Inspired?  Now check out this weekend’s spectacular live music schedule with 35 live shows on Cape Ann starting tonight.

Follow John Rockwell around town tonight

This could be a record: you can see a the same local artist in 3 different venues in one night.  So John Rockwell fans are in for a treat.  And if you’re not already a fan, you don’t know what you’re missing.  It’ll be a nice night, so take this perfect opportunity and go see him.

If you bought an Irish Sweepstakes ticket, you’ll see John singing Irish songs at Gloucester House tonight starting at 5pm.

Then you can bop on over to Alchemy and catch his set with Robert Erinn Brown at 7.

And off you go to Rhumb Line to see him (and Robert) as Fly Amero’s special guest just after 9pm.  If you’re not familiar with John’s full, smooth, robust voice (Vickie says it has sex appeal), check out the video of John with another of our favorite voices, Sarah Slifer, nicely shot by FOB Joanne Silva.

Going out tonight is a perfect way to gear up for a great weekend of music starting tomorrow and to prepare for Friday, when you’re just gonna have to choose from among Cape Ann’s best musicians all playing on the same night.  Check the Friday schedule here and start planning now.

So much music at Shalin Liu this summer, you’d think it was in New York City ~ plus a tip for parents & young music fans

Karen Herlitz of Rockport Music sent the following along with a gorgeous PDF (get it here) full of pictures and a complete schedule for this year’s Rockport Chamber Music Festival, the Summer at Rockport season and the Rockport Music Jazz Festival.  Subscription tickets go on sale March 27.  These concerts always sell out, so don’t delay.

Now, we also got a very nice booklet in the mail (see a PDF of it here), and under the heading DISCOUNTS, it says YOUTH: 18 and under are eligible for free tickets (limited number available).  So, check out the summer schedule and call Rockport Music 978.546.7391 to see if you can get some of those free tickets for your kids.  Live music is the best way to inspire your kids to appreciate the music you love!

Rockport Music

Announces the

32nd Season Rockport Chamber Music Festival

And

Summer at Rockport

2nd Annual Rockport Music Jazz Festival

And Folk, World, and Pop Music

Rockport Music is pleased to announce our 32nd Season of the Rockport Chamber Music Festival and 2nd Annual Rockport Music Jazz Festival that will be held in our stunning, seaside Shalin Liu Performance Center.

The 32nd Rockport Chamber Music Festival opens with pianists Peter Serkin and David Deveau with A Far Cry chamber orchestra on June 7th performing J.S. Bach’s Double Concertos for Two Keyboards and Strings.  Other Festival highlights include chamber ensembles Jupiter String QuartetVega String QuartetCalder Quartet, and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players, as well as violinist Anne Akiko Meyers and International Tchaikovsky Cello Competition gold medalist Sergey Antonov.  Highlights of the pianists performing this year include Joyce YangDubravka Tomšič, and Russell Sherman.

Two exciting additions this year include early music productions–Gotham Early Music Scene presenting their highly acclaimed production of Play of Daniel and the Boston Early Music Festival presentation of works by Marc-Antoine Charpentier.  The Festival concludes on July 14th with the internationally acclaimed Canadian Brass.

The Rockport Music Jazz Festival and Summer at Rockport concerts are held in July and August and offer a variety of music from folk icon Judy Collins to ten-time Grammy® Award-winning super group Manhattan Transfer to three-time Grammy Award-winning jazz saxophonist Branford Marsalis performing with jazz pianist Joey Calderazzo.

March Continues with A Variety of Concerts at Rockport Music

Check out all the action at Shalin Liu Performance Center (sent by Karen Herlitz)

March Continues With A Variety of Concerts at Rockport Music

Rockport Music presents the highest quality of concerts and presentations year-round at the stunning, seaside Shalin Liu Performance Center.  This March provides a variety of musical opportunities for people to enjoy—from classical to jazz.

Classical Concerts

On Sunday, March 24, at 3 pm, Blue Heron performs under the direction of Scott Metcalfe.  Blue Heron – Boston’s top early-music vocal ensemble—presents Divine Songs, connections and exchanges between secular song and sacred music, featuring the music of Johannes Ockeghem.  Unknown to many, Ockeghem is one of the greatest composers of all time. His endlessly fascinating sacred music has been characterized as mystical; his songs—each one a gem of invention—can be funny, heart wrenching, or profound.  The program includes Ockeghem’s songs Ma maistresse, Fors seullement, and Presque transi; De plus en plus by Gilles Binchois; and movements from the masses by Ockeghem based on those songs.  The Boston Globe proclaims, “Sensually rich, yet balanced and incandescent.”   Tickets:  $28-$48

Jazz, Folk, Pop, and World Music

On Friday, March 22 at 8 pm, Larry Coryell, known as the pioneer guitarist merging jazz, rock, free-form improvisations, and Eastern influences will perform at the Shalin Liu Performance Center.  Larry Coryell brings his eclectic style described by critic Whitney Balliett as “the most innovative and original guitarist since Charlie Christian,” Coryell’s career spans four decades, over 60 albums (dozens more as a sideman), and performances with some of music’s heavy-weights like Eric Clapton, John Scofield, Elvin Jones, and Chick Corea, to name a few. Also a consummate composer, he tells Rockport Music, “I write music because I can’t help it. I think perhaps I want to complement all the great compositions already out there…Wayne Shorter and Sonny Rollins come to mind, and of course, Monk!”  Tickets: $19-$34

Back by popular demand, the 17-piece Cape Ann Big Band will delight audiences at the Shalin Liu Performance Center on Friday, March 29, at 8 pm, with jazz, swing, soul, and rock n’ roll that will make you want to dance.  Led by Carlos Menezes, the diverse 17-piece big band performs big band classics from a nostalgic era like “Mack the Knife,” “I’ve Got You Under my Skin,” and “Take the A Train.”  Tickets: $19-$34

HD Broadcasts

On Saturday, March 16, at 12 pm, the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD broadcast of Zandonai’s early 20th-century melodrama Francesca da Rimini returns to the Met for its first revival in more than 25 years, in Piero Faggioni’s production. Marco Armiliato conducts Eva-Maria Westbroek in the title role of a noblewoman who is tricked into marrying the brutal Gianciotto, sung by Mark Delavan, instead of her true love Paolo, sung by Marcello Giordani. Tickets: $20-$32

National Theatre of London presents People in a HD broadcast on Thursday, March 21, at 7 pm.

In this hilarious new play, celebrated playwright Alan Bennett (Madness of King George, The History of Boys) takes a stab at modern society by examining  the consequences of a self-serving government that turns a once-dignified nation into a “captive market,” with its people “rebranded as customers… available for easier exploitation.”   Through satirical social commentary, People offers up “classic Bennett comedy with a Downtown tinge” (Daily Express).  Tickets: $22 Adult, $15 Senior

For ticket information and details on these and other 2012-13 Season offerings, please visit our website at www.rockportmusic.org.  Tickets are also available through the Box Office at 978-546-7391 or visiting 35 Main Street, Rockport, MA.  The Box Office is open Monday-Friday, 10am-4 pm.

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