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Carl Safina and Natural Causes

Frank Melville Park, 1 Old Field Rd., Setauket - East Setauket

The focus of repertoire will be jazz from the 60s, when the groove got deep, the harmonies got wide, and the playing ranged from down home and dirty to high and outside.

In addition to his fine drumming, Carl Safina* is a brilliant writer who focuses on our relationship wit the natural world. This love and concern for our planet and our place in it has shaped the band's selection of songs; we'll be focusing on titles with natural/environmental themes such as Dolphin Dance, Equinox, Nature Boy, Red Clay, Sidewinder and many others.

Ken McGorry & The Achievements on NSTV

NSTV Studio, 1111 Marcus Ave., suite LL27, Lake Success NY

In what is rapidly becoming an annual event, my pal Ken McGorry and the crew we call The Achievements will be rocking the ultra-high frequencies of cable TV's NSTV. This is singer-songwriting at its best. The wild guitaring, thick background vocals, and additional instrumental mayhem just add fuel to the fire. WE HAVE ROOM FOR A FEW AUDIENTS! Give a shout and we'll see if we can cram you in.

Photographs by Eileen Novack - reception

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Riverhead Town Hall, 200 Howell Ave., Riverhead NY

I'll be creating some groovy rhythmic pulsing loop-delay soundscapes during the reception for Eileen Novack's photo exhibit "UnCommon Objects." Eileen creates clever, almost pop-art images in her photographs of common household objects.

Sound Symphony Orchestra

John F. Kennedy Middle School, 200 Jayne Blvd., Port Jefferson Station NY

The Sound Symphony Orchestra will perform an outstanding concert to kick off its 2019-2020 concert season. Selections include Beethoven’s Namensfeier Overture, the powerful Still Afro-American Symphony (with yours truly on banjo for the third movement!), and Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto #3, featuring Dexter Doris, a 2019 Sound Symphony Solo Competition Winner. The Sound Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Dorothy Savitch, has been bringing beautiful music to Long Island for over 36 years. The performance will be held at Comsewogue JFK Middle School, 200 Jayne Blvd, Port Jefferson Station.

Tickets are $15.00 for general admission and $10.00 for seniors and students. Children under 12, Veterans, and Active Military are admitted free with identification. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

For directions and further information visit our website at www.soundsymphony.org

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