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Music, Dancing, Songs & Stories for infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Members of the band will play at the Freeport Historical Society’s Harborside GALA at Brewer’s South Freeport Marine on the waterfront.
Freeport’s 50-piece community concert band entertains with fun popular tunes, traditional bandstand pieces, and music of the season. Bring a picnic and enjoy this outdoor concert at scenic Winslow Park. Day use admission is charged (Resident: $2 Non-Resident: $3), and a playground and picnic area is also nearby for use. Campers and season pass holders attend… [Read More]
Media: Pastels, Acrylics “My work is an exploration of my passion for color and light in the Maine landscape. I have returned repeatedly to a handful of special places in Maine that offer inspiration. Many of these places are along the coast, and I am especially drawn to the dynamic tension created where the land… [Read More]
Coastal Winds is comprised of dedicated and talented woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists. Membership is on a volunteer basis, and includes professional musicians, teens, business people and retirees from the Mid Coast area. Conductor Brendan Krueger – also the band director and principal of Pine Tree Academy in Freeport – founded the Coastal Winds in… [Read More]
Figures of Speech Theatre creates and tours visionary works of performance forged at the intersection of poetry, music, sculpture and dance. Whether the work is an adaptation of a simple Comanche Indian legend, the recitation of T.S. Eliot poetry, or a silent, visual tapestry surrounding a piece of contemporary classical music, our dream is to… [Read More]
Media: acrylic, gouache, mixed media “I am always looking for that moment when the light hits just right, the shadows lengthen and ordinary objects become something quite extraordinary. Reflections appear on the water, light dances on the side of a building, bottles line up in a window just right. It is these moments in time… [Read More]
James Chute is a Maine native and current resident of Freeport. His recent work is primarily abstract drawing, sometimes produced in the context of collaborative projects with other artists. FMI: https://www.facebook.com/JamesChuteArtist/
Greater Freeport Community Chorus performs two concerts each year — a holiday concert in December and classical concert in the spring. Membership in the chorus is open to all singers in Freeport and surrounding communities. FMI: http://www.gfccsings.org