Gazebo Nights Free Summer Performance Series: Nightly, June-August

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Tundra Caravan Middle Eastern dance troupe is one of the Gazebo Nights performers.

Gazebo Nights Summer Performance Series features live performances every night of June, July, and August. Performances take place in the white gazebo near Gold Rush town in Pioneer Park and are FREE to attend. The show must go on, so performances happen rain or shine. If there is rain, performances will take place indoors in the Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts. (If there is a cancellation, if possible we will post on our Fairbanks Arts Facebook page as soon as we know).

July 2017 Performance Schedule 

All performances are 7-8 pm

Sundays, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 – David Snyderman

Standards and Country Rock

Mondays – July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 – Kit CarsonKit Carson Gazebo 16 (2)

Guitarist and singer. 32 years in Alaska. Solo performer and band leader.  Blues Country. RnR. Jazz. Bluegrass. “I always strive to make everyone happy with songs they know and love.”

Tuesdays: July 4, 11, 18, 25 – Clara and Rachael Teller

Classical violin duet music.

Rachael and Clara Teller_violin

Wednesdays: July 5, 19, 26 – Clarence Pate, Jazz Piano

Clarence Pate has a musical background from the Philadelphia and the US Army Band. He will be Performing Jazz Standard on  piano and adding a twist of cool, modern, hip hop and funky beats to his performances.

Wenesday: July 12 – Khan Overcast

Alternative Music

Thursdays: July 6, 13, 20, 27 – Mike Stackhouse

Original Folk Music

Fridays: July 7, 14, 21, 28 – Tundra Caravan

Different Styles of Middle Eastern Dance

Tundra Caravan is Fairbanks’ premier Middle Eastern dance troupe! We entertain and  educate audiences with Middle Eastern music and dance. Our diverse dance repertoire includes contemporary, fusion styles of belly dance and traditional dances from the Middle East, India, Near East, and North Africa. Our Gazebo Nights performances will introduce special guest performer Shiloh, a tribal fusion dancer.

Website: http://tundracaravan.org/    Facebook

Saturdays: July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 – Jean McDermott

Fiddling, singing, and other stringed instruments.

Jean McDermott has been playing violin since she was 9, thanks to music program in elementary school. She now teaches a variety of stringed instruments at her studio, Tartan Tundra Music. Ole, her Norwegian Elkhound, assists. While she is known for playing Celtic music, Jean plays Russian, Scandinavian, Cajun and other styles as well. She would love to start a ska band.

Website: tartantundra.com    Facebook and Twitter: @JeanOFiddler

August 2016 Performance Schedule

Sundays: August 6, 13, 20, 27 – Steve Moore

Standards and Country Rock

Mondays: August 7, 14, 21, 28 – Clarence Pate

Clarence Pate has a musical background from the Philadelphia and the US Army Band. He will be Performing Jazz Standard on  piano and adding a twist of cool, modern, hip hop and funky beats to his performances.

Tuesdays: August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 – Amanda Bent

Jazz, Blues, and Folk

Wednesdays: August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 – Kit Carson

Guitarist and singer. 32 years in Alaska. Solo performer and band leader.  Blues Country. RnR. Jazz. Bluegrass. “I always strive to make everyone happy with songs they know and love.”

Thursdays: August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 –  Theresa Bauer

Variety and Originals

The De Anne and Eric Fiasco

Fridays: August 4, 11, 18, 25 – The De Anne and Eric Fiasco

This acoustic duo offers a mix of blues, folk, and rock and roll.

 

Saturdays: August 5, 12, 19, 26 – The Warblers

Blues, Folk, Country, Jazz, and Occassional Homegrown Songs

The Warblers are a group of musicians who enjoy playing. Currently we are Gary Bender (guitar), Ellen Mannion (mandolin), Steve Heckman (bass & double tenor guitar), and Jim Weymiller (guitar & mandolin). We play old jazz, folk, blues, country, and originals. You can listen to examples of our music online.

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