Friday, January 14th at 12:15pm
Dr. Nicholas Kilkenny and Mr. Michael Larkin first met when they were working
on their undergraduate degrees in music at SUNY Buffalo State College, where they were always in search of “that next band.” Project Locksley originally formed as a four piece rock and country band featuring former Buffalo State drummer Matthew Salzer and Michael’s wife Danielle on bass. Often appearing now as the acoustic duo of Dr. Kilkenny and Mr. Larkin, Project Locksley shares their favorite rock and Irish tunes in unique pubs and brewhouses throughout Syracuse, Rochester, and the Finger Lakes. We welcome them to the lunchtime concert series!
"Stories and Songs"
Friday, April 8th at 12:15pm
Join us for the musical talents of Emily Kilkenny and Emily Virgil as they guide us through a lunchtime concert of
"stories and songs".
Friday, February 18th at 12:15pm
Pennsylvania native Starletta Noll-Long studied Music Performance in voice at Susquehanna University and Binghamton University. Starletta joins us on the lunchtime concert series as a young artist with Finger Lakes Opera where she has performed scenes including Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore and La Contessa in Le Nozze di Figaro in addition to being cast as the narrator in the children's opera Jack and the Beanstalk. She also sang in FLO's 2019 productions of La Bohème. She currently resides as a choir section leader and soloist at United Presbyterian Church of Binghamton in Binghamton, NY.
Adam Surasky and Drew Bellavia
Friday, May 13th at 12:15pm
Join us for an acoustic extravaganza featuring the fabulous Drew Bellavia on vocals, piano, and sax and staff member Adam Surasky on guitar. The duo has decades of musical experience between the two of them, and have performed together for a few years now. They’re a favorite on our lunchtime concert series, not only for their musical chops, but also for their theatrical shenanigans. This concert will leave you singing and laughing, no doubt.
Friday, March 11th at 12:15pm
ROCeltic is a performance company based in Rochester, NY. ROCeltic celebrates Irish heritage – past, present and future – through music and dance. Progressive with a traditional foundation, “ROCeltic” strives to break down genre barriers.