Aug
26
2:00 PM14:00

Bay Winds North Wind Ensemble

Bay Winds North Wind Ensemble will play in the Camden Library Amphitheatre at 2:00 pm on Sunday, August 26. The concert is free and open to the public.

Bay Winds is a community concert band based in Rockland, Maine. We have performances throughout the summer as well as participate in several parades. This all-volunteer band is comprised of musicians of all ages and walks of life from the local area as well as summer folk “from away”.

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Aug
23
7:00 PM19:00

Clyde Bisbee and The Wheelhouse Revelers Ampitheater Concert

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Join the Camden Public Library in welcoming Clyde Bisbee and The Wheelhouse Revelers to Summer Movies and Music series. The Concert Series is sponsored by Camden National Bank. The performance is free and open to all. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs, picnic dinner, and your dancing feet! Please, no smoking or alcohol. 

Clyde Bisbee and The Wheelhouse Revelers are a 6-piece, swing jazz & western swing dance band specializing in music from the golden era of jazz, the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s. While many modern groups playing this style of music are decidedly “New Orleans,” in flavor, Clyde and the Wheelhouse Revelers approach the genre from the more northerly and western reaches. Their sound, while eschewing any singular label, has more of a West Coast swing/western swing feel. Greats such as Louis Armstrong, Bob Wills, Billie Holiday, Milton Brown, Hank Williams and Louis Prima, to name a few, are in heavy rotation at their performances. Besides swing jazz and western swing, a bit of 1940’s and early 50’s jump blues are on the menu as well as some original music in keeping with the era.

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Aug
21
7:00 PM19:00

T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets Recited From Memory by Figures of Speech Theater

Touring Productions: Four Quartets Photo © Barry Dodd John Farrell, principal in Maine’s groundbreaking Figures of Speech Theatre, recites from memory Four Quartets, a suite of poems often considered T.S. Eliot’s greatest, in the Camden Public Library's Amphitheatre on Tuesday, August 21 at 7:00 pm. The performance, which is part of Figures of Speech Theatre’s 2018 Maine LibraryTour, is free and open to all. An informal conversation with John Farrell will follow. 

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Aug
19
1:00 PM13:00

Quantum Concert

Join Quantum on August 19th at 1:00 pm at the Camden Library Amphitheatre for an afternoon of electronic sounds. Quantum with Jason Dean on vocals, drum machines, and keys. Michael Whitehead on bass and pedals. Together they weave an electronic tapestry of groove.

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Aug
15
12:45 PM12:45

The Westerlies play on the Green

Our resident brass quartet plays a FREE concert on Camden Village Green. Bring a picnic and join these exceptional musicians for a fun, FREE, interactive outdoor concert. Be sure to come early and see an ensemble of our very own Suzuki Violin students, starting the afternoon at 12:45 as an opening treat.

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Aug
12
5:00 PM17:00

Jazz on the Water - Creative Ensemble Collective

A FREE outdoor jazz performance on picturesque Rockport Harbor. An ensemble of artists from around the world come together to play for the Creative Ensemble Collective. Their program this year features original arrangements of blues, jazz and popular classics from some of the great songwriters of the last 50 years.

Featuring three-time GRAMMY nominee Donny McCaslin (saxophone), Spanish trumpeter and composer Voro Garcia and the sensational New York City based vocalist Jeff Taylor.

This will be the 5-year anniversary of their collaboration with Bay Chamber, and we can all look forward to more great music from this highly talented group performing at our unique outdoor venue.

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Aug
11
10:00 AM10:00

Camden Donut Festival

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Drawing on local lore, food history, and a lot of sugar, Alexis Iammarino and Camden Public Library present the 2018 Camden Donut Festival! Join us in the Amphitheatre for donut and coffee tastings, a humor writing contest,and readings from Hole History: Origins Of The American-Style Donut. Historical documents from our own Walsh History Center Archives will be on display in the Picker Room – don’t miss this chance to dig into the history of how Midcoast Maine has claim over the creation of the hole in the donut! 

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