On Sunday, May 16th at 3:30 pm, the LenoxLovesMusic! series will commence with its second season.

The series is a collaboration with the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, the Lenox Cultural District, and the Berkshire Music School. The first part of the series will run from May 16th- June 27th with a return for the second half beginning August 29th, to run through to October 17th.

The thirteen-week series brings live music to downtown Lenox with performances located at the town dining terrace at 31 Church Street. Local artists perform each week offering different music genres including folk, classical, jazz, rock, blues and fusion.

The series actually originally began in 2020 as an effort to bring music to the residents and visitors of Lenox who were missing the normally extensive music offerings around Lenox temporarily suspended due to Covid restrictions. The initial series was so well received that the Lenox Chamber Cultural District, and Berkshire Music School decided to continue the series and expand it for 2021 and beyond.

Get our free mobile app

 

“The Berkshires is home to a wealth of talented musicians representing a myriad of artistic voices, and we are thrilled to partner once again with the Lenox Cultural District and the Lenox Chamber of Commerce for the second season of LenoxLovesMusic! spreading the joy of live music in our community.”

Natalie Johnsonius Neubert, Executive Director Berkshire Music School.

The first three performances are as follows:

MAY 16th – Sherri James Buxton Trio (Jazz)

MAY 23th – David Bartley (Soulful Jazz & Blues)

MAY 30th – Rees Shad & The Convo Combo (Popular Music & Blues)

The show starts at 3:30pm and each will run approximately 1.5-2 hours, with the artists taking a brief intermission. All COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed and those that attend will be required to wear masks and social distance while enjoying the performance.

For more information: Jenn Nacht at jenn@lenox.org or (413) 637-3646 or you visit lenox.org.

 

KEEP READING: Here are the best places to retire in America