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CONCERTS IN THE ARBORETUM
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.
Hebert Arboretum at Springside Park, 874 North St., hosts concerts on Tuesday nights throughout July. Bring a blanket. The concerts are free but donations are appreciated. The schedule is as follows: July 10, Wintergreen; July 17, Eagles Concert Band; July 24, Eagles Big Band Swing Music.

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CONCERTS AT THE CLARK
Williamstown, 6 p.m.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets, picnic meals, and dancing shoes for the Clark Art Institute’s free summer concert series, featuring three bands performing on Tuesdays in July. The series kicks off with East Coast Soul on July 10, followed by Kimber Ludiker and Friends on July 17 and Across the Pond on July 24. All concerts are held outdoors on the lawn and are suitable for all ages. In the event of rain, concerts will be held in the auditorium, located in the Manton Research Center.

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SUMMER SING
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.
The Berkshire Concert Choir, directed by Paula Nuss, accompanied by Memrie Kelly, will host its first summer sing at the Berkshire Music School on Wendell Avenue. All singers and ages welcome to sing with choir. Music is provided and admission is freee. Donations of non-perishable food for local pantries are requested.
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CONCERT AT THE LAKE PRESENTS QUINCY
North Adams, 6:30 p.m.
Each summer from June through August the City of North Adams hosts a free weekly concert series, sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union,  at Windsor Lake (intersection of Kemp and Bradley Streets). These concerts combine great music with the beautiful natural backdrop of Windsor Lake. Pack a picnic, bring a chair or blanket, and let the sweet sounds of music and water carry you away on a warm summer night. Concessions are available at the lake, but people are welcome to bring their own food. Parking is free during concerts, and swimming, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing are allowed at the lake. All cancellations will be called by 3PM on the day of the concert. For more details follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/natourism/, call 413-664-6180, or email tourism@northadams-ma.gov
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CONCERTS IN THE PARK
Lenox, 6:30 p.m.
Free concerts are held in Lilac Park on Main Street through Aug. 29. In the event of rain, the show is moved to Town Hall. The schedule is as follows: July 11, Tupper and Sweet; July 18, The Last Minute Jazz Ensemble; July 25, Lade Di and the Dukes; Aug. 1, Sister City Jazz Ambassadors; Aug. 8, Misty Blue; Aug. 15, Moonshine Holler; Aug. 22, The Eagles Big Band; and Aug. 29, HBH Band with Wanda Houston.
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SHIRE CITY SESSIONS CONCERT SERIES
Pittsfield, 5 p.m.
The Shire City Sessions, a free, all ages concert series featuring original music in the heart of downtown Pittsfield, features Drew Angus.
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AMERICAN SONGBOOK SERIES
Great Barrington, 7 p.m.
Harvey Granat, singer and a historian of The American Songbook, will perform a four-part series at Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road. Billed as an homage to the Golden Age of Broadway, the four performances will pay tribute to a specific composer or lyricist who contributed to Broadway's most fertile period. Each program will feature live performance of their great songs along with Granat's stories about the songs, the shows and films from which they came. July 19 celebrates Rodgers and Hammerstein; July 26 is devoted to Stephen Sondheim; Aug. 2 will feature Frank Loesser's work; and the last date on Aug. 9 honors Jerry Herman. The cost per performance is $16 for members and $20 for guests. For more information, call 413-528-2810, ext. 10.
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RORY BLOCK'S GOSPEL & BLUES FEST WEEKEND: RORY BLOCK
New York, 8 p.m.
Experience the power of Rory’s authentic, deeply felt and skillfully wrought performance in an intimate setting. $25general /$20 members/$10 students EVENT: http://ps21chatham.org/event/rory-blocks-gospel-blues-fest-weekend-rory-block/ TICKETS: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3391807
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RORY BLOCK'S GOSPEL & BLUES FEST WEEKEND: DIUNNA GREENLEAF & BLUE MERCY
New York, 8 p.m.
Diunna Greenleaf, a native Texan steeped in gospel music, embodies the tradition of powerful women blues artists. $25 general /$20 members/$10 students EVENT: http://ps21chatham.org/event/rory-blocks-gospel-blues-fest-weekend-diunna-greenleaf-blue-mercy/ TICKETS: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3391819
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SHAKER BARN MUSIC: DOUBLE HITTER
Hancock, 8 p.m.
Doors open 7pm/Show 8pm Wilco talents John Stirratt and Pat Sansone have been playing together in their spare time as the indie rock band The Autumn Defense ever since the idea struck them 18 years ago at the end of Wilco’s Mermaid Avenue sessions with Billy Bragg. Stirratt (formerly Uncle Tupelo) and Sansone combine classic pop and rock sounds from ‘60s and ‘70s with silk-soft country-folk. “In short: warming, gorgeous, delightful,” wrote Rolling Stone. Fans love Maloney’s eclectic, rapturous indie-rock sound and a voice that’s “utterly gorgeous and visceral,” says The New York Times. She uses it to tell down-to-earth tales with lyrics that “cut to the chase” (Huffington Post) and hypnotic vocals that have been compared to Joni Mitchel and Aimee Mann. Maloney’s sound will “knock-you-to-your-knees,” according to Glide Magazine – come see how. TICKETS: Advance $25/$22.50 members; Day of $30/$27 members Sponsored by Blue Q, Interprint, and No Depression  
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CONCERT SERIES
Lanesborough, 4 p.m.
St. Luke's Church in Lanesborough is sponsoring a concert series this summer at the Old Stone Church. The series is dedicated to Jean 'Gae" Elfenbein, a prominent personality in the Berkshires. There is no admission charge. Attendees can bring a non-perishable food item for the Veterans Pantry, and a free will offering can be made. The schedule is as follows: July 22, Edwin Lawrence-Johnson Organ; Aug. 5, Paul Green/Klezmer Ensemble; Aug. 19, Wintergreen (traditional folk trio) and Sept. 9, Vesper Orchestra (with Ben Kohn & Marisa Massery).
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RORY BLOCK'S GOSPEL & BLUES FEST WEEKEND
New York, 2 p.m.
The band and uplifting, powerful singers perform a full concert of traditional African American Gospel music. $25 general /$20 members/$10 students EVENT: http://ps21chatham.org/event/rory-blocks-gospel-blues-fest-weekend-strait-way-ministries-gospel-choir/ TICKETS:https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3391823
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CONCERTS IN THE ARBORETUM
Pittsfield, 7 p.m.
Hebert Arboretum at Springside Park, 874 North St., hosts concerts on Tuesday nights throughout July. Bring a blanket. The concerts are free but donations are appreciated. The schedule is as follows: July 10, Wintergreen; July 17, Eagles Concert Band; July 24, Eagles Big Band Swing Music.

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CONCERTS AT THE CLARK
Williamstown, 6 p.m.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets, picnic meals, and dancing shoes for the Clark Art Institute’s free summer concert series, featuring three bands performing on Tuesdays in July. The series kicks off with East Coast Soul on July 10, followed by Kimber Ludiker and Friends on July 17 and Across the Pond on July 24. All concerts are held outdoors on the lawn and are suitable for all ages. In the event of rain, concerts will be held in the auditorium, located in the Manton Research Center.

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CONCERTS IN THE PARK
Lenox, 6:30 p.m.
Free concerts are held in Lilac Park on Main Street through Aug. 29. In the event of rain, the show is moved to Town Hall. The schedule is as follows: July 11, Tupper and Sweet; July 18, The Last Minute Jazz Ensemble; July 25, Lade Di and the Dukes; Aug. 1, Sister City Jazz Ambassadors; Aug. 8, Misty Blue; Aug. 15, Moonshine Holler; Aug. 22, The Eagles Big Band; and Aug. 29, HBH Band with Wanda Houston.
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CONCERT AT THE LAKE PRESENTS BANG ON A CAN
North Adams, 7 p.m.
* NOTICE: This concert starts later than 6:30PM Each summer from June through August the City of North Adams hosts a free weekly concert series, sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union,  at Windsor Lake (intersection of Kemp and Bradley Streets). These concerts combine great music with the beautiful natural backdrop of Windsor Lake. Pack a picnic, bring a chair or blanket, and let the sweet sounds of music and water carry you away on a warm summer night. Concessions are available at the lake, but people are welcome to bring their own food. Parking is free during concerts, and swimming, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing are allowed at the lake. All cancellations will be called by 3PM on the day of the concert. For more details follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/natourism/, call 413-664-6180, or email tourism@northadams-ma.gov
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‘CURTIS ON TOUR'
Great Barrington, 7 p.m.
“Curtis on Tour” returns to New England for its inaugural performance in the intimate Saint James Place sanctuary Wednesday, July 25, 7:00pm. The performance features an extraordinary classic string program performed by distinguished Curtis Institute President Roberto Diaz and Curtis students, who are about to emerge onto the world stage. This performance honors the generous support from the Jane and Jack Fitzpatrick Trust in the restoration of the 1857 church into Saint James Place. In its first season, the classical music presented in SJPs’ restored sanctuary space has been compared to the original sound for which the music was written. For tickets, visit the website. A pre-performance lecture will be held at 6 p.m.
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AMERICAN SONGBOOK SERIES
Great Barrington, 7 p.m.
Harvey Granat, singer and a historian of The American Songbook, will perform a four-part series at Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road. Billed as an homage to the Golden Age of Broadway, the four performances will pay tribute to a specific composer or lyricist who contributed to Broadway's most fertile period. Each program will feature live performance of their great songs along with Granat's stories about the songs, the shows and films from which they came. July 19 celebrates Rodgers and Hammerstein; July 26 is devoted to Stephen Sondheim; Aug. 2 will feature Frank Loesser's work; and the last date on Aug. 9 honors Jerry Herman. The cost per performance is $16 for members and $20 for guests. For more information, call 413-528-2810, ext. 10.
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IGUDESMAN AND JOO
New York, 8 p.m.
This Russian violinist and British-Korean pianist combine comedy, classical music, and pop culture. Inspired by Victor Borge and Dudley Moore. $40 general/$35 members/$10 students EVENT: http://ps21chatham.org/event/igudesman-and-joo/ TICKETS: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3392187 PS21: OPEN-AIR THEATER, 2980 Route 66, Chatham, NY 12037
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CONCERTS IN THE PARK
Lenox, 6:30 p.m.
Free concerts are held in Lilac Park on Main Street through Aug. 29. In the event of rain, the show is moved to Town Hall. The schedule is as follows: July 11, Tupper and Sweet; July 18, The Last Minute Jazz Ensemble; July 25, Lade Di and the Dukes; Aug. 1, Sister City Jazz Ambassadors; Aug. 8, Misty Blue; Aug. 15, Moonshine Holler; Aug. 22, The Eagles Big Band; and Aug. 29, HBH Band with Wanda Houston.
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EAGLES COMMUNTY BAND
North Adams, 6:30 p.m.
Each summer from June through August the City of North Adams hosts a free weekly concert series, sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union,  at Windsor Lake (intersection of Kemp and Bradley Streets). These concerts combine great music with the beautiful natural backdrop of Windsor Lake. Pack a picnic, bring a chair or blanket, and let the sweet sounds of music and water carry you away on a warm summer night. Concessions are available at the lake, but people are welcome to bring their own food. Parking is free during concerts, and swimming, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing are allowed at the lake. All cancellations will be called by 3PM on the day of the concert. For more details follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/natourism/, call 413-664-6180, or email tourism@northadams-ma.gov
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AMERICAN SONGBOOK SERIES
Great Barrington, 7 p.m.
Harvey Granat, singer and a historian of The American Songbook, will perform a four-part series at Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road. Billed as an homage to the Golden Age of Broadway, the four performances will pay tribute to a specific composer or lyricist who contributed to Broadway's most fertile period. Each program will feature live performance of their great songs along with Granat's stories about the songs, the shows and films from which they came. July 19 celebrates Rodgers and Hammerstein; July 26 is devoted to Stephen Sondheim; Aug. 2 will feature Frank Loesser's work; and the last date on Aug. 9 honors Jerry Herman. The cost per performance is $16 for members and $20 for guests. For more information, call 413-528-2810, ext. 10.
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BLONDIE WITH AND THE KIDS
North Adams, 7 p.m.
Blondie came howling out of the downtown scene to storm mainstream radio and nascent MTV at the very moment that punk and new wave launched a hostile takeover of popular music. The band’s major hits — Call Me, One Way or Another, Heart of Glass, and Rapture — remain timeless. Debbie Harry endures as a force to be reckoned with — prowling the stage and belting out fan favorites with the same ferocious energy that made Blondie’s CBGB shows a thing of legend. The band’s most recent album, Pollinator, was named one of Rolling Stone’s 20 Best Pop Albums of 2017 and stands alongside any in its celebrated career, fielding inspiration from the band’s action-packed, cross-pollinating past. Join us mid-field, mid-summer.   Northampton- natives And The Kids open the evening, channeling existential crises into pop euphoria. With this sleight of hand, the quartet manages to conjure chunky indie rock, blissful new wave, chamber folk, jarring avant-garde, and brawny classic rock.  MASS MoCA, 1040 MASS MoCA WAY, North Adams, MA 01247  413.662.2111
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WANDA SINGS SARAH!
Williamstown, 7:30 p.m.
Think you know Wanda Houston? Think again. On August 3, 2018, jazz singer and former Broadway star Wanda Houston joins local attorney-turned- singer-songwriter Sarah Kohrs in presenting an evening of Sarah’s original music.at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington. With harmonies reminiscent of Stephen Sondheim, and lyrics reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, Sarah’s songs are full of subtlety, color, and surprise. And when Wanda unleashes her powerful voice and inimitable spirit onto these songs, the result is a fiery explosion that reveals previously unexplored aspects of both artists. Do not miss this one-time performance of Wanda Sings Sarah! Purchase tickets at www.mahaiwe.org/WandaSingsSarah .  A Tumo Kohrs Production.  The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, 14 Castle Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230 -- Box Office: 413-528-0100
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WANDA SINGS SARAH
Great Barrington, 7:30 p.m.
Great Barrington - Tumo Kohrs Productions Presents Wanda Sings Sarah! taking place at the Mahaiwe Theater on August 3, 2018 featuring Wanda Houston and Sarah Kohrs.   Tumo Kohrs Productions is proud to bring Wanda Sings Sarah! to the Mahaiwe Theater in a one-time only performance. This spirited evening will feature professional singer Wanda Houston and attorney-at-law Sarah Kohrs performing Sarah’s original songs. In this hard-hitting performance, the artists combine Wanda’s jazz edge with Sarah’s country flare to create playful, lively, and penetrating interpretations of Sarah’s original songs. With the Mahaiwe as their canvas, and their voices as their brushes, the two paint a unique world for each work, exploring the rich colors, lush textures, and emotional intensity inherent in the songs themselves. Do not miss this one-time performance of Wanda Sings Sarah! on August 3, 2018 at 7:30 pm. Purchase your tickets now at www.mahaiwe.org/WandaSingsSarah .    The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, 14 Castle Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230 -- Box Office: 413-528-0100
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CONCERT SERIES
Lanesborough, 4 p.m.
St. Luke's Church in Lanesborough is sponsoring a concert series this summer at the Old Stone Church. The series is dedicated to Jean 'Gae" Elfenbein, a prominent personality in the Berkshires. There is no admission charge. Attendees can bring a non-perishable food item for the Veterans Pantry, and a free will offering can be made. The schedule is as follows: Aug. 5, Paul Green/Klezmer Ensemble; Aug. 19, Wintergreen (traditional folk trio) and Sept. 9, Vesper Orchestra (with Ben Kohn & Marisa Massery).
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CONCERTS IN THE PARK
Lenox, 6:30 p.m.
Free concerts are held in Lilac Park on Main Street through Aug. 29. In the event of rain, the show is moved to Town Hall. The schedule is as follows: July 11, Tupper and Sweet; July 18, The Last Minute Jazz Ensemble; July 25, Lade Di and the Dukes; Aug. 1, Sister City Jazz Ambassadors; Aug. 8, Misty Blue; Aug. 15, Moonshine Holler; Aug. 22, The Eagles Big Band; and Aug. 29, HBH Band with Wanda Houston.
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CHESHIRE BLOCK PARTY
Cheshire, 6-8 p.m.
The Cheshire Community Association will host its fourth annual Summer Music Block Party at the Town Hall Center; park at St. Mary's Church. Music will be by Bobby Sweet; bring your lawn chair. There will be food and ice cream, a free raffle, clown for the kids and more.

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AMERICAN SONGBOOK SERIES
Great Barrington, 7 p.m.
Harvey Granat, singer and a historian of The American Songbook, will perform a four-part series at Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road. Billed as an homage to the Golden Age of Broadway, the four performances will pay tribute to a specific composer or lyricist who contributed to Broadway's most fertile period. Each program will feature live performance of their great songs along with Granat's stories about the songs, the shows and films from which they came. July 19 celebrates Rodgers and Hammerstein; July 26 is devoted to Stephen Sondheim; Aug. 2 will feature Frank Loesser's work; and the last date on Aug. 9 honors Jerry Herman. The cost per performance is $16 for members and $20 for guests. For more information, call 413-528-2810, ext. 10.
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CONCERTS IN THE PARK
Lenox, 6:30 p.m.
Free concerts are held in Lilac Park on Main Street through Aug. 29. In the event of rain, the show is moved to Town Hall. The schedule is as follows: July 11, Tupper and Sweet; July 18, The Last Minute Jazz Ensemble; July 25, Lade Di and the Dukes; Aug. 1, Sister City Jazz Ambassadors; Aug. 8, Misty Blue; Aug. 15, Moonshine Holler; Aug. 22, The Eagles Big Band; and Aug. 29, HBH Band with Wanda Houston.
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