Join us on the Terrace every weekend in July and August from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for lively evenings of free music played by the region’s most talented musicians. To see the full 2018 Music After Hours lineup, please click here.
SEATING IS LIMITED, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LAWN CHAIRS.
Note: No outside food and drink, please.
Tenor saxophonist Benny Sharoni is a U.S. bandleader, composer and arranger who is a mainstay on the international jazz scene. A straight ahead player who fuses together the classic bop influences of Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon and Steve Grossman (among many others), Sharoni flavors his music with Latin rhythms and an energetic drive that delights audiences worldwide. He demonstrates fervent skill on his horn that instantly lifts him above the pack, but that’s only one element of his winning formula. Sharoni is also a player committed to unfettered expression; reaching an audience through taste, beauty and infectious swing.
The Mount is a Massachusetts Cultural Council UP designated organization welcoming participants of all disabilities. Please contact Nicole Williams at 413-551-5100 or by email, email@example.com, to discuss accommodations needed to participate fully in this event.
2018 Music After Hours Lineup:
Friday, July 6 The Benny Sharoni Quartet
Saturday, July 7 The Wanda Houston Band
Friday, July 13 Jon Suters w/ special guests
Saturday, July 14 Jason Ennis/Natalia Bernal w/ special guests
Friday, July 20 Heard
Saturday, July 21 The Armen Donelian Trio
Friday, July 27 Paul Green Quartet
Saturday, July 28 The Bob Meyer Project
Friday, August 3 Jon Suters w/ special guests
Saturday, August 4 The Benny Sharoni Quartet
Friday, August 10 Jason Ennis/Natalia Bernal w/ special guests
Saturday, August 11 The Afro-Semitic Experience
Friday, August 17 Jeanne Laurin and John Sauer Quartet
Saturday, August 18 Andy Wrba/Berkshire Jazz Collective
Friday, August 24 Jon Suters w/ special guests
Saturday, August 25 The Wanda Houston Band
Music After Hours is proudly sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union.