Having had the privilege to serve on the Great Waters Music Festival program committee, I can now say with great pride that this wonderful group of people have put together an exciting package of musical concerts coming to the Wolfeboro area starting on July 6th.
Back by popular demand is Neil Berg’s 101 Years of Broadway on July 6th.
July 6th at Great Waters Music Festival 101 Years of Broadway with Neil Berg
If you saw Neil Berg during last season’s concert series you will know what I’m talking about. The biggest moments of 101 Years of Broadway will be brought to the New Kingwood Regional High School auditorium, and will feature shows like Fiddler on the Roof, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and so many more.
On July 13th, Great Waters Music Festival presents a free community concert, but you must get a ticket as there is limited seating, to the United States Coast Guard Dixieland Jazz Band. Once again Great Waters hosts one of our country’s finest armed forces ensembles in an evening of wonderful music.
The Great Waters Music Festival Chorus and Orchestra perform on August 4th. This concert will be directed by Christopher Shepard and will feature a professional orchestra supporting a chorus of exquisite voices. If you love choral music than you will not want to miss this musical event.
Andy Cooney comes to Great Waters Music Festival on August 10th.
August 10th features an evening with Andy Cooney, “Irish America’s Favorite Son”. With success throughout the country but more recently with a sold-out performance at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Andy Cooney will entertain and sing his way into your hearts whether you’re Irish or not.
The Masters of Motown bring their celebration of the Motor City to our town on August 17th. Both male and female groups backed by a live band will recreate the sounds of the groups we all remember fondly; The Supremes, Four Tops, Temptations and so many more. This is a show not to be missed.
Masters of Motown at Great Waters Music Festival on August 17th
Manhattan Transfer at Great Waters Music Festival on August 24th.
We end our concert season in the most exciting way with The Manhattan Transfer on August 24th. This Grammy Award winning group came to Wolfeboro and Great Waters six years ago and the concert was sold out. They will be backed by a fantastic band and will cover the musical genres of pop, jazz, Broadway and so much more.
Lastly it is such a treat to live in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, especially in the summer months, when dedicated individuals such as those of the Great Waters Music Festival work hard to bring quality music to share with those who love coming here and living here. If you would like more information on tickets, click HERE.
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