Ellsworth – With Vivian Hyde on the keys, Kate Hall kicks off Woodlawn’s first Sunday Sounds concert series with a summery ode to 20th century American classical and contemporary music
Ellsworth – With Vivian Hyde on the keys, Kate Hall kicks off Woodlawn’s first Sunday Sounds concert series with a summery ode to 20th century American classical and contemporary music stretching from the great Aaron Copeland to the genius of Stephen Sondheim. Steamy Buddha will be providing something special.
Starting Sunday, June 26 at 10:30 am, the series of five concerts is sponsored by the Camden National Bank with each concert is supported by a local café providing a treat and coffee. All attendees are also encouraged to bring their own picnic brunch and a lawn chair! Parking is limited all summer so carpool if you can or walk!
With a degree in vocal performance, Kate is a seasoned veteran of the stage. Local credits include, The Grand: Mary Poppins; Midcoast Actors Studio: Arms and the Man; Bagaduce Theater: All My Sons, Shakespeare Moliere and All that Jazz; Camden Opera House: The Night Kitchen, Mozart in Maine; Some Theater Company: Sweeney Todd; New Surry Theater: most recently You’re a good Man Charlie Brown. When not performing, Kate can be found working on fiber art projects, gardening, and baking in the wee small hours of the morning as the in-house pastry chef at The Blue Hill Coop. She lives with her husband Jon, a goofy chocolate lab, and two wily cats in Ellsworth, Maine.
Other performers and dates include: July 17, Bobbi Lane with Precipice Cafe; July 31, Stephen Bowman & Phill Kell with Morton’s Moo; Aug 7, Shore Road Music with Downeast Specialty Bakery, and Aug 14, Gus La Casse with Flexit Café.