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Sunday, September 27, 2020
  • Inn Along the Way Online Fundraiser
    Inn Along the Way at Chapman Farm in Damaris- cotta will host a fund-raiser via Facebook Live on Saturday, October 3, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Performers will include musicians Kat Logan, Jenny Lou Drew, Jamie Peghiny ...
  • The Portland Symphony Orchestra will hold its first Digital Classical and Digital POPS! concerts as part of the symphony’s updated 2020–’21 season. Access is available for subscribers (PSO Passport) and by purchase of single ...
  • Penobscot Theatre Company in Bangor is seeking dogs to participate in its upcoming series of dog operas — “The Barker of Seville,” “Tosca the Ball” and “Dog Giovanni” — which will begin in March as part of its Digitus Theatrum ...
  • Virtual Chorus Begins in Mid-September
    Sheepscot Chorus and St. Cecilia Chamber Choir will offer joint virtual sessions every Tuesday or Wednesday, beginning the week of September 13, through December 31. The cost is $35. ...
  • Penobscot Theatre Company, a Bangor-based nonprofit, will offer classes via the Zoom platform this fall for children, teens and adults. Classes will begin in September. Penobscot Theatre Company’s Dramatic Academy will include ... 
  • The Maine Arts Commission conducted an audience outlook survey in July to measure audience comfort levels and assess the reopening of performing arts venues and public presentation spaces throughout the state....
  • An anonymous donor has offered a one-time $43,000 challenge grant to help complete the third phase of the Waldo Theatre’s renovations and to reopen the facility when it is safe to do so. The gift is contingent on raising the remaining ...
  • Midcoast Community Chorus suspended operations on July 15. Guidance from health and choral experts suggests that COVID-19 will continue to preclude group singing and concerts for some time. The group intends to resume ...
  • ‘Songs of #MeToo — A Prelude of Change’
    Musician Nora Willauer, originally from Hope, has collaborated with a group of women to produce “Songs of #MeToo — A Prelude of Change,” an online performance that will debut at 7 p.m. on Friday, August 7, at songsofmetoo.com....
  • Midcoast Music Academy Recital
    Midcoast Music Academy in Rockland recently held a virtual recital, called “Connected.” The recital, filmed and produced by local filmmaker Scott Sell, with sound by Justin Milliken, features individual and group performances ...
  • ‘Strand on the Air’ Offered Monthly
    Rockland’s Strand Theatre will present “Strand on the Air” the last Sunday of every month for the duration of the pandemic. “We knew people enjoyed the live broadcasts we’ve done on a twice-a-year basis from the theater stage ...
  • Salt Bay Chamberfest has canceled this year’s summer festival in deference to the governor’s guidelines regarding COVID-19. In its 26th year of bringing chamber music performances to concertgoers, the Damariscotta-based Salt ...
  • Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School faculty are creating Notes@Noon, a new collection of video recordings to be released in lieu of the school’s annual faculty concert, which cannot be held due to the coronavirus pandemic....
  • Jazz in June Moves to November Concert
    Jazz in June, originally planned as a four-day festival, will now take place at the Camden Opera House on Saturday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m. The Brubeck Brothers Quartet will headline the show with a celebration of ...
  • DaPonte String Quartet Online Offerings
    The DaPonte String Quartet is canceling their scheduled spring concerts, the DSQ Institute in June, and their June concert at Bowdoin’s Studzinski Hall due to the pandemic. The group intends to reschedule the canceled concerts ...
  • Midcoast Music Academy in Rockland has adopted an online platform and is offering distance music lessons for the duration of the pandemic. The school has expanded its tuition assistance and distributed musical instruments ...
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