FREE CONCERTS BRING A PICNIC
BYOC (chair that is) to Evergreen Lawn, the arboretum surrounding Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown to enjoy free outdoor concerts featuring the exceptional faculty from the Center’s Conservatory of Music and their professional musician friends. Performances are free and the audience is invited to picnic on the grounds while enjoying the “sounds of music” on the lawn.
In case of rain, concerts will move into Perkins Center’s Moorestown living room.
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June 13th, 7PM
Mozart to Rihanna
The Philadelphia String Quartet takes you on a musical journey from the classical to contemporary with electrified string instruments.[su_youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDD5mcljNS8&feature=youtu.be” width=”300″ height=”300″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/2″]
July 2nd, 7PM
Like a Rolling Stone
Perkins Center’s Conservatory Faculty and Friends cover your favorites by The Rolling Stones.
Mike Wessner | Tom Cavanagh | Robb McCall | Pauline McCall
Dan O’Neill | Mike Nikolidakis | Dave Zagorsky | Rachael Karpo
“The Rolling Stones were one of the earliest British Invasion bands to hit America. In contrast to The Beatles’ clean image, the Stones were ragged; the kind of guys a girl’s father would warn to stay away from. With their music rooted in the Blues, the Stones have become the premier marquee band. After fifty years their music has not faded away nor have they burned out. They continue on as the unparalleled kings of decadent Rock ‘n Roll.”