FRI 4/29 7:30PM


The Vintage Vocal Quartet brings to life the sweet harmonies of the big band era. And they do it while providing their own swinging instrumental accompaniment.

The group's repertoire is inspired by groups like the Glenn Miller Orchestra's Modernaires, the Nat King Cole Trio, the Delta Rhythm Boys, the Andrews Sisters, and the Tommy Dorsey band's Pied Pipers. Singers who came out of this hothouse of vocal talent include Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Connee Boswell, Jo Stafford, and so many more.

The four singers of the VVQ also play instruments, so they pack a big sound into a small package. The members are:

Taylor O'Donnell - voice/piano

David Thorne Scott - voice/bass

Daniel Henderson - voice/trumpet

Paul Pampinella - voice/guitar

If you love vocal harmony and swing music, the Vintage Vocal Quartet has your number!

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SUN 5/1 2:00PM


VOL. 2: All Ages Breakdancing Event

Don't miss this electrifying event we are hosting along with Sole-City Dance and local Breakdancer and producer Xavier Hernandez. This is an all-ages event and will have two dance categories.

Come to spectate or to compete. It'll be an afternoon to remember!

2 vs 2 bboy/bgirl battle

$200 cash prize

1 vs 1 all style battle 

$75 cash prize 

Dj: King X (LawTown Assassins)

Judges: Spagety (Boogie Tunez)

Ryan ( Boogie Tunez)


$8/advance $10/door            



FRI 5/6 7:30PM


The acclaimed Rhythm Future Quartet returns with a concert to kick off the announcement of the 2nd annual Django By The Sea Gypsy Jazz Festival dates and line-up. 

Rhythm Future Quartet is an acoustic jazz ensemble with a straightforward agenda: to keep the spirit of Gypsy jazz alive and expanding in today’s musical universe. The virtuosic foursome, named for a Django Reinhardt tune, offers up a newly minted sound, influenced by the classic Hot Club of France, yet wholly contemporary. Led by violinist Jason Anick and guitarist Olli Soikkeli, the quartet performs dynamic and lyrical arrangements of both Gypsy jazz standards and original compositions that draw upon diverse international rhythms and musical idioms. With Max O’Rourke on second guitar and Greg Loughman on bass, Rhythm Future is dedicated to expanding the boundaries of a vital musical genre.

$12/advance  $15/door  BUY TICKETS


SAT 5/7 8:00PM


Maine’s premier Cuban dance band, Primo Cubano, returns to The Dance Hall for another night of sizzling, joyful dance music. 

Primo Cubano is a band of dedicated musicians who recreate the traditional sound of the classic Cuban “Son” as made popular by the “Buena Vista Social Club.” They use the standard instrumentation of “Tres Cubano”, trumpet, upright bass, bongo/conga and maraca/timbales as well as 3-part vocal harmonies in Spanish. Primo Cubano captures the authentic feel of Cuba’s vibrant musical legacy to the world and brings it to life for audiences in Maine and beyond.

The five piece band includes tres guitarist Paul D’Alessi, trumpeter Marc Chellemi, conga player Lenny Hatch, vocalist and percussion player Eric Winter and bass player Duane Edwards. 

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SAT 5/14 8:00PM


We don't have to tell you, this is one of the most fun dance parties in town. It's hot, it's fun and it's packed! Tickets sell fast, get 'em in advance.

With a repertoire of New Orleans standards, spirituals, contemporary music, and swing tunes, the Po’ Boys offer a lively blend of fun and insanity. Sure, it’s served messy, but at the heart of the mess is a sincerity for sprightly composed tunes that are accessible to absolutely anyone that hears it. New Orleans music is supposed to be messy. It’s supposed to be steeped in feeling. When you feel music, you find the real beauty behind what makes music so mesmerizingly addicting. That’s exactly what the Po’ Boys are producing. Their music is enduring. It’s infectious. It’s inviting. It’s irresistible. Don’t let their birthplace fool you. The beauty of New Orleans music is that it’s celebrated and appreciated everywhere. From the street corner, to the communing pub, to the theater, The Po’ Boys are doing their part to spread the tasteful soundtrack of the greatest music on the planet from their roost in the Northeast and while out on the road touring the country. 

The Soggy Po' Boys are:

Eric Klaxton-Saxophone

Zach Lange-Trumpet

Nick Mainella-Saxophone

Mike Effenberger-Piano

Stu Dias-Guitar and Vocals

Brett Gallo-Drums

Nicholas Phaneuf-Bass

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SUN 5/15 3:00PM

GET COZY with the PSO:


Samuel Barber's stirring and prophetic Dover Beach for baritone and string quartet, along with cornerstones of the string trio literature. ***

- Samuel Barer Dover Beach for baritone and string quartet

- Mozart Divertimento string trio in E flat major

- Beethoven String trio in D major, Opus 9 No.


David Ripley, bass-baritone

Hannah Reitz, violin

Ryan Shannon, viola and violin

Jan Heirtzler, viola

Dorothy Braker, cello

*** Due to an unforeseen circumstance, the Hebraic Rhapsody concert has been postponed to October of 2016.

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