Sunday, May 24th, 7:30pm • $15.00 or $10 for Students • BUY TICKETS HERE
The Cape Cod Sax Quartet features some of Cape Cod’s most notable saxophonists: Bruce Abbott, Berke McKelvey, Ryder Corey, and Nicholas Suchecki. Please join us for an evening including jazz, classical, and popular music from an ensemble you have probably never heard before! Throughout the show, we will also teach the audience about the saxophone, including its roles in different musical settings, the various parts of the instrument, and the more unusual types of saxophones, including the 6 feet and 4 inches tall, 45 pound contrabass sax. Not only will you have fun, you will also learn something! READ MORE HERE
Wednesday, May 27th, 7pm • Free & Open to all
Shedding Light, Shedding Shame is a special community event hosted by the Plain Talk Initiative and it's partners in memory of those who have lost their battle with addiction and in support of those still fighting. Join us for an evening of testimonials, music, poetry, and a candle-light ceremony as we commit to redouble our effforts to deal with addiction together. For more info, please visit www.plaintalkcapecod.org
Thursday, May 28th, 7:30pm • $10.00 at the door
Jazz Balladeer and pale soul man, David Wright, returns to the Wellfleet Preservation Hall stage for an evening of well-loved and original songs. Accompanying himself on keyboards, Wright has been described by playwright Dina Harris as "The love child of Noel Coward and Billie Holiday".
Saturday, May 30th, 2 -5pm • Free & Open to all
Special Wellfleet Restaurant Week event! Enjoy live music, tasty nibbles from participating restaurants and purchase flights of wine & beer from Truro Vineyards and Cape Cod Beer, in the beautiful setting of the garden behind Prez Hall.
Saturday, May 30th, 7:30pm • $18.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Described by The Boston Globe as the "superb cabaret/jazz singer and her ace piano accompanist," Shepley Metcalf and Ron Roy return to the Hall with a new show, GOING PLACES, a tour from Rhode Island to the Riviera - and beyond - via song. The duo will take you from London to New York to New Orleans, and from heartache to hilarity, with music by Joni Mitchell, Johnny Mercer, Stephen Sondheim, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Cole Porter, and other terrific songwriters. GOING PLACES explores travel in all its guises...and journeys by plane, by train, and by automobile.
Thursday, June 11th, 7:30pm • $12.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Wildly talented, impossible to describe and thoroughly engaging, Michael Holt is not a "new" artist by any stretch, but rather a highly accomplished touring and recording artist who has performed with a variety of groups since the 80's. However, for many of you this will be an introduction to a true original who has strong ties to the Outer Cape but has quietly flown under the musical radar here. We are delighted to host Michael as part of our Bright New Stars concert series at the Hall! For tonight's special showcase, Michael will perform an intimate, unpredictable, interactive, theatrical, and totally unique one-man variety show using multiple instruments, moods, costumes and characters. He weaves together covers of Dizzy Gillespie, Bob Dylan, Prince, and Fela Kuti with his own Beatlesy pop tunes on the guitar, quirky art songs on the piano, and Fellini-esque lounge music on the organ. The show finishes with a dreamy, candlelit set of original classical pieces from his new album 24 Preludes for Piano.