Lunch Time Concert Series 

Red Tie Variety Show

February 14, 2020

On Valentine’s Day 2020 join Dr. Ted as he delivers this Love Letter to Juggling! It’s something you can do alone or with a group, and it’s a whole lot of fun! Through his antics he explores his love of juggling history, the FAQ’s people ask jugglers, and what makes it so interesting. Manipulating balls, champagne bottles, wine glasses, candle sticks, as well as the entire audience is all part of the fun. A show for the entire family! 

BYE BYE BIRDIE

March 13, 2020

Join us for a sneak peek of the Cobblestone Players production of Bye Bye Birdie.  Sure to ROCK your lunchtime!

The Greatest Showman In Concert

April 10, 2020

Join us for a sneak peek of the Cobblestone Players concert of the Greatest Showman, featuring select members of the company.

Emily Hutchinson

May 08, 2020

Emily Hutchinson is an active performer and teacher in the Rochester area. Holding a B.S. in Music Performance from Roberts Wesleyan College, she enjoys teaching at the Roberts Community Music School and Dori’s Music Studio, performing with the RWC Community Orchestra, and collaborating with musicians in the Rochester area and throughout the Northeast. This  concert will feature a program of French nocturnes and fantasies for flute and piano.

Val Fowler

June 05, 2020

Val Fowler began playing guitar 51 years, ago, the summer before his second year of college. He considers himself fortunate that all of his guitar-playing friends were finger--style players,  and that people like Paul Simon,  James Taylor,  John Sebastian,  Jorma Kaukonen, and Steven Stills were becoming popular.  What a musical feast! 

 

In 1998, Val began providing benefit concerts for agencies and churches who are attempting to do good for vulnerable people. In that 21 years,  he has raised  $49,000 dollars of generosity for such work. This concert is dedicated to Cobblestone Arts Center and the Staff. Val's stepson Brendan participates in Cobblestone. For 9 years, Val provided social music and concerts for The School of the Holy Childhood. 

 

In 2015 Val retired after 40 years as a Presbyterian minister,  having served 5 churches. He is beginning his third year as President of the Golden Link Folk Singing Society, and is serving for the second year as Artistic Director of the annual Turtle Hill Folk Festival,  held every year on the weekend after Labor Day, at the Rotary Sunshine Camp in Rush,  N.Y.

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