Matt Jenson's MIX UP MIX UP is a brand new project, spearheaded by Jenson who is a pianist, singer, arranger, song-writer, producer, activist and Associate Professor of piano at Berklee College of Music where he also teaches a smash hit class on Bob Marley. Lighting up the connection between roots reggae and soul-jazz, Mix Up Mix Up presents original compositions and creative re-workings of pop, jazz and reggae anthems by Bob Marley, Duke Ellington, Thelonius Monk, Marvin Gaye, George Gershwin and Bill Withers to name a few. He is joined by bassist Wes Wirth and drummer Glen Grant who masterfully deliver the deeply soothing and powerful reggae rhythm while Matt and his long time friend, Berklee colleague, and brilliant saxophonist/singer, Stan Strickland complete the Mix Up Mix Up sound with sophisticated yet soulful melodies and improvisation. This is indeed music for the mind, body and spirit that you can sit down and absorb or get up and dance to!
Join us for an intimate evening of solo instrumental guitar with Peter Ciluzzi. With a distinctive, timeless sound that is both familiar and unexpected, Peter Ciluzzi's music defies easy categorization and reflects a wide range of influences including jazz, rock, bluegrass, classical, and world music. Raised in Provincetown, Ciluzzi is mainly a self-taught musician, he has studied jazz and improvisation as well as classical composition and has released 2 albums of original solo guitar music on Candyrat Records - which represents more than 30 musicians from 10 countries and what is widely regarded as some of the finest guitar-based music from around the world. His performance videos have accumulated millions of views on Youtube and in the last year he had over 4 million plays on Spotify. A finalist in the 2007 Canadian Fingerstyle Guitar Competition, he has toured and performed throughout the US and shared the stage with fellow guitarists such as Antoine Dufour (Canada), Pino Forastiere (Italy), and Gareth Pearson (Wales).
Our summer tradition of screening great movies on our giant back wall continues! Tonight's feature: SURF NIGHT. A collage of awesome surf and skate shorts, clips, videos, and more...curated by local artists and filmmakers. Movies start at dusk. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, we'll provide a cash bar serving nibbles, sweet treats, non-alcoholic beverages, wine & beer. New this year: Trivia! Fun for the whole family!
Mac Gatch, a summer resident of Wellfleet since the 1960s, has recently published a history of his family Till the Break of Day: Philip Gatch and Some Descendants Through Three Centuries - from about 1720 in Maryland to 1960 in Ohio. His ancestors were among the first converts to Methodism, whose anti-slavery convictions brought them to move from Virginia to Milford, Ohio, in 1798. Mac (more formally Milton McC. Gatch), was Academic Dean and Provost at Union Theological Seminary in New York, and also served for many years a priest-in-charge of the seasonal Chapel of St. James the Fisherman in Wellfleet. He will talk about his book with a longtime friend—now one of his successors at the chapel—Tracey Lind, who in her off-Cape life is dean of the Episcopal Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland.
Prez Hall welcomes back our good friend Jimmy Tingle for his new show, Jimmy Tingle for President: The Funniest Campaign in History! As the upcoming 2016 Presidential election season unfolds against the backdrop of Donald Trump and the Republican candidates on the right and Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the left, Jimmy Tingle has constructed another hilarious, thought provoking and politically charged one-man show based on his 2016 run for the presidency. READ MORE HERE
Thurs. 9/23 & Fri. 9/24, 7:30pm, Sunday 9/25 3pm matinee, $15.00 BUY TICKETS HERE