Thurs. Oct. 8th, 6-7pm • $10.00
Sunday, Oct. 11th, 10am - 1pm • FREE & OPEN TO ALL
Special guest Capoiera masters from Hawaii, Maine & Boston will participate in awarding area children who have completed one full year of Capoiera classes with their first belt. Ceremony, demonstration and performances. For more info, please Andre Lima at 774-208-1874.
Sunday, Oct.11th, 7:30pm • $30.00 • BUY TICKETS
Prez Hall welcomes back Wellfleet's own Suede - NY press says she's like Adele meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler. The Boston Globe says she's "Wicked exciting!" She's coming home from tours that include selling out Boston's Scullers Jazz Club and NYC's Birdland among other great venues far and wide - and opening for the late, great Joan Rivers who took her hand and said "You are GREAT! I hope we work together again soon and often!" Closer to home she's a top favorite at The Cape Cod Jazz Festival at Wequassett Resort each summer and packs the place to standing room only. Here's your chance to see her, if you have not and if you have, come be in her spell again and bring friends!
Monday Oct. 12th, 6 & 7pm • $10.00 per class
Haven't you always wanted to do this? Now's the time! Beginning Ballroom, 6pm: Learn Swing (Monday 10/12 and Tuesday 10/20), Tango (10/27 and 11/3), and Cha Cha Cha (11/10 and 11/17) in two-week segments per style. Ok to drop-in for a single class. No experience necessary. Partners recommended but not required. Guaranteed or your money back. You WILL develop your ballroom skills each and every class. Adult Ballet, 7pm: Teens through aged 90 (or higher), come take an adult ballet class and develop your posture, poise, sense of discipline, and inner ballerina or danseur (male). Some training encouraged but not experience necessary. About the instructor: Marc Strauss received his BA in Education from Hobart College, his MFA in Dance Teaching and Choreography from Smith College, and his Ph.D. in Dance and the Related Arts from Texas Woman's University. He has trained, taught, choreographed, and performed in the dance and musical world for over 40 years and is a retired Professor Emeritus of Theatre and Dance from Southeast Missouri State University.
Friday, Oct.16th, 6pm •$75.00 • BUY TICKETS
You are invited to an elegant evening of art and design, with sumptuous food and wine pairings, unique table designs by local artists, and a special preview of our famous hand-painted oyster plates and featured platters. Don't miss this very special event that serves to benefit all of the fabulous programs offered at Prez Hall throughout the year. Limited seating, so buy your tickets today!
Wednesday Oct. 21st, 6:30pm signups, 7pm performances • FREE & All are welcome
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, The Feed Your Love Open Mic is a tolerant and supportive, diverse, engaging and, most of all, entertaining environment (whew!). We host musicians who sing and play everything from old timey folk to rock-n-roll; acoustic guitar solos to improvisational jazz sets; poets and story-tellers, first-time performers (ages 6 to 86) to retired professional musicians. All are welcome and made to feel at home. If you are not already a member of our musical (and poetic) community, please stop by to listen, to play, or just to say hello. Cash bar serving cold and hot drinks and snacks.
Sunday, Nov. 1st, 3pm • FREE & All are welcome
The Sunday Music Showcase is a series of free monthly performance events featuring students from across the Cape. This series is the result of a fantastic collaboration between the Cape Cod Conservatory, Cotuit Center for the Arts, The Cultural Center of Cape Cod and Wellfleet Preservation Hall, who have joined forces to present local student talent in inspiring, artistic locations. All are welcome and performances are FREE and open to the public! Recitals begin at 3PM and last between 1 - 2 hours, unless otherwise indicated. All requests must be submitted at least two weeks in advance of each performance and will be subject to prior approval.
Saturday Nov. 7th, 7:30pm •$15.00 • BUY TICKETS
Come out and enjoy some fantastic up and coming folk music, featuring both local and off-Cape artists. Local youngster James Davis has an fresh, original, moving presence on stage, reminiscent of Woodie Guthrie, Dylan and Gordon Lightfoot. His talent and musical scope belies his young age. Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons are American roots songsters based in Seattle. Their debut album Take Yo Time, released in Nov. 2014, covers a wide swath of American musical styles– featuring everyone from Duke Ellington to Doc Watson–while demonstrating the common thread of the blues throughout the journey. Native Orleans songstress Jordan Renzi has garnered quite a following of late, performing at open mics, festivals and clubs all over the Cape. Jordan has honed an impressive repertoire of folk/70's rock favorites, delivering all with a strong but understated, honeyed (but not too sweet) voice and rock-steady acoustic guitar. Her original work is both melodic and vaguely nostalgic, featuring intimate yet accessible lyrics. All of these artists are true talents to watch - Don't miss this stellar night of music! READ MORE HERE