August 31: Nature and Music, a Beautiful Marriage with Jung-Ho Pak and Amber Broderick
Cape Symphony’s conductor Jung-Ho Pak and musicologist Amber Broderick present a multi-media look at how the power and beauty of nature have inspired some of the most famous and beloved music of all time. Share their enthusiasm as you hear and see video excerpts from the great masterpieces like The Four Seasons by Vivaldi, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, Debussy’s La Mer (The Sea), and even old favorites like Carnival of the Animals. Video presentation without live musicians. Outdoor program.
Cape Cod National Seashore is hosting free evening events at the Salt Pond Visitor Center. End your day the perfect way, with music, performance events, and presentations at the outdoor amphitheater on the shores of Salt Pond, or in the indoor auditorium. Events are held every Tuesday at 7 pm from June 29 through August 31, with a bonus concert on Friday, July 30. For outdoor programs, bench and lawn seating are available, picnicking is welcome, and bug spray is suggested. Indoor programs are held in the air-cooled auditorium, and doors open at 6:30 pm. Some events are geared toward families. In the event of rain, outdoor programs will be moved indoors, except “Saddle-Up,” which has a rain date. Masks are required for people not fully vaccinated where six feet of social distance can’t be maintained.
Tue, June 29: Jay Psaros
Tue, July 6: Toast and Jam
Tue, July 13: Saddle-Up! Family Circus Show
Tue, July 20: Wampanoag Ways Family Program with Kitty Hendricks-Miller
Tue, July 27: Big Jazz
Fri, July 30: Bonus Concert: Jason Spooner Band
Tue, August 3: Sarah Swain and the Oh Boys
Tue, August 10: Jason Spooner
Tue, August 17: Zoe Lewis and the Souvenirs Family Concert
Tue, August 24: CrabGrass
Tue, August 31: Nature and Music, a Beautiful Marriage with Jung-Ho Pak and Amber Broderick