Annette-Barbara Vogel and Ron Greidanus, Rachmaninoff’s Sonata on Violin and Piano, Concert Salon of 157 Main Street, Tuesday, July 29 at 8 pm

annetteIn its sixth summer,  three musical soirees are being offered at the concert salon of 157 Main Street in Old Downtown Georgetown. Each evening is complete with wonderful music followed by light summer receptions, a great way to spend  your warm summer Tuesday evenings.

The programme for the concerts this summer varies dramatically, including piano solos and duo works for voice/violin  and piano. Concert No. 1 on July 29th will feature German violinist Annette-Barbara Vogel in a rare arrangement of Rachmaninoff’s Sonata, originally written for cello and piano. Rachmaninoff specialist Ron Greidanus will weave his way through the intricate piano textures for which this mighty Russian is known.
Tickets are $30 and are on sale at Foodstuffs in Old Downtown Georgetown 89 Main Street South. All concerts will begin at 8 pm.

4PLAY, Top 40, The McGibbon Hotel, Friday, July 25 9:30 pm

Formed in 2010, 4Play have steadily built themselves a following all over Southern Ontario through hard work and an abundance of passion. At its core, 4Play is a blistering mass of driving riffs, energetic drums, technically diverse bass lines and captivating vocals, perfect for large venues with the amazing ability to be intense and musical at a lower volume for smaller venues. Covering everything from Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Wonder, to Foo Fighters and Sublime, 4Play is bound to give you a taste of what you’re craving!

Brown Ale, East Coast Folk, The Copper Kettle, Saturday, July 26 2-4 pm

Brown AleWith Les Smith from Newfoundland and Glenn McFarlane from New Brunswick, it’s obvious where this pair gets their love of Celtic and East Coast folk music. Les, now living in Mississauga, plays a multitude of instruments, including bass, tin whistle, Irish flute, concertina, accordion, bodhran, mandolin, banjolin, percussion, and is the primary vocalist, while Glenn, who lives in Brampton, plays guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, harmonica, accordion, percussion, and also sings. They deliver a high-energy versatile show filled with songs from both sides of the Atlantic, lively jigs and reels, tender ballads (often a cappella!), and recitations. Their material varies considerably from steadfastly traditional to very eclectic. They have been playing together since 1992!

Halton Hills Internet Radio, www.D-Moos.com, Check It Out!

dmoosnewDID YOU KNOW:

D-Moos, Halton Hills’ own Internet Radio station www.D-Moos.com, has secured 30,000 high quality recordings previously spun by CHUM AM. They have filtered them down to 20,000 suitable for airplay, ranked them, and created a computer program to cycle through them based on that ranking.

The result is a truly eclectic mix of Classic Hits from the 50’s to today. With the station’s high “bitrate” and recently upgraded technology, they sound excellent. The songs are accessible worldwide, broadcast right from “The Grand Old Lady” (The McGibbon Hotel) and presented by a roster of professional Disc Jockeys purely for the love of music.

Click here to listen now: http://yp.shoutcast.com/sbin/tunein-station.pls?id=218341

And for the Live Music lover, check out ‘The Musicman’ James Rogers. He features Canadian artists, some Live, and broadcasts weeknights 9 pm till Midnight from the Orangeville Studio.