“Inspired by the success of Make Music Day back in June, we wanted to continue to be able to offer musicians a chance to perform live outdoors on our historic grounds,” said Hildi Grob, Executive Director at KTM&HC. And the community has embraced it. Performers include musicians from the RSO, along with other fantastic local artists and bands.
Scheduled August performances include the following:
August 2 – 3:00-PM – Eric Christensen – Music type: folk/rock guitar
August 9 – 3:00 PM – The Cara Quartet – RSO musician & friends. Music type: classical flute & strings quartet
August 16 – 2:00 PM – Angry O’Haras – Music type: bluegrass/acoustic/ alternative
August 23 – 3:00 PM – Peter Wikul Quartet – Music type: jazz quartet
August 29 (Saturday) – 4:00 PM – Gold Coast Brass – RSO musicians & friends. Music type: classical and popular brass quintet
KTM&HC is COVID-19 certified according to state guidelines for Museums. Currently, only the outdoor grounds are open, including the gardens and self-guided walking tour (no Museum tours are currently offered). Visitors must follow posted guidelines for social distancing, face coverings or masks, and one-way traffic. Performers are exempt from wearing a mask when they are performing and are at least 12 feet away from the nearest person. There are no public restrooms.