The Center is host to as many concerts each year as the campus’ schedule allows. Local, regional and international artists perform on the Center’s main stage, art gallery and art studio. In addition to single event concerts, regular series such as the Trespass Music Mondays Series, 3rd Fret Coffeehouse Concerts and the Kami Lyle Sit-A-While are ongoing throughout the year. The Center is also a proud host to the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival and the Provincetown Jazz Festival.
Trespass Music Monday - November 2014: Open Mic featuring Rick Gottlieb
Monday, November 24 at 7:30pm
Join us for our Monday music series featuring local singer/songwriters (and sometimes nationally touring artists).
Rick Gottlieb is an acoustic musician who has played guitar for more than 40 years. His calling as a musician began when he was just five years old in Flushing, NY. His mother bought a guitar for herself to learn, but quickly gave it up. Young Rick picked up the instrument and began strumming simple tunes. Rick tried for some time to abandon his dreams of being a musician, but he has found that music is such a persistent muse that he cannot let it go forever.
Stories and Songs in the Art Barn with Isabeau Miller
Friday, November 28 at 7:30pm
Join Nashville songwriter and performing artist Isabeau Miller for an intimate performance and behind-the-scenes discussion about music and life in Music City, Nashville, Tennessee. Get a peek at the inspiration and perspiration that goes into a song, the real stories of the entertainment industry and the heart behind the pursuit of passion.
Living in a Love Song: Isabeau Miller in Concert
Saturday, November 29 at 8:30pm
Join Singer/Songwriter, Isabeau Miller, and touring musician Shaun Balin, for a night of music and stories behind the songs as they bring Nashville to Cape Cod. Share the journey of a Cape Cod girl in a Southern world, and hear the songs that have been described by Nashville music pros as soulful exposés of heartbreaks, triumphs and a ruthless dedication to creating music that inspires hope, touches a nerve and challenges the "impossible".