All are invited to the fifth annual summer concert series in the churchyard of St. Peter’s. The outdoor concerts will be held on evenings in July: 6:30-8 p.m. July 18, 24 & 31.
Bring chairs, blankets, your kids, and your dog for live music! Come and enjoy the summer night with your friends and neighbors in this beautiful, historic churchyard. There will be a food truck at each concert so you can purchase dinner while you enjoy the show!
Wednesday, July 18
Live music from the Jazz Sanctuary’s Alan Segal Jazz Quintet: Eddie Etkins (horn), Leon Jordan Sr. (percussion), George Sinkler (piano), Randy Sutin (vibes) and Alan Segal (Bass). These fine musicians have been performing in the tri-state area for many years, coalescing into the Alan Segal Quintet, playing the music they love – American Jazz in all its glory. See the website www.thejazzsanctuary.com.
With guest food truck: 2streetsammies
Donations will be collected to benefit the St. Peter’s Food Cupboard
Tuesday, July 24
Live music from Magdaliz and Her Latin Ensemble Crisol. This group, founded in Philadelphia in 1996, is dedicated to the interpretation of a variety of folk and traditional music genres from all over Latin America and the Caribbean. Romantic Puerto Rican Boleros, energetic Mexican Mariachi music, feisty Cuban Sones, sensuous Colombian Cumbias, contagious Dominican Merengues, are among the many styles the band performs.
With guest food truck: Flaming Basil Thai food truck
Tuesday, July 31
Live music from Trinidelphia: Trinidelphia has been pleasing audiences with their distinct combination of Caribbean and American styles for over a decade, after meeting in Philadelphia in 2005. Fusing Trinidadian Soca and Calypso with Latin Jazz, Reggae, Salsa, and American top-40, they have developed a sound all their own. Their unique and rhythmic arrangements of jazz and popular songs cast the steelpan in fresh new light, pushing the stylistic and artistic boundaries of an often type-cast instrument. Steel Pannist/Trumpeter Chris Aschman, Lead Vocalist/Drummer Shawn Hennessey, and Bassist Ian Rafalak, and Drummer Joe Truglio each add their unique “voice” to help add to the ensemble’s chemistry.
With guest food truck: Wokworks “Farm to Fork Chinese” food truck