Hometown Music Makers' Revue

The History Center in Tompkins County Presents:

Hometown Music Makers' Revue

Sat · December 8, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$15.00 - $20.00

This event is all ages

The Hometown Music Makers' Revue will highlight more than a century's history of music in Tompkins County, from Patsy Conway's world-renowned brass band in the early 1900s to the contemporary musicians who help make Ithaca a draw for art and entertainment today. 

Among the musical groups scheduled to play in the Hometown Music Makers' Revue are Marie & Annie Burns, the Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers, Joe Crookston, the Fall Creek Brass Band, Kevin Kinsella, Johnny Russo and the East Hill Classic Jazz Band, Richie and Rosie, the Sim Redmond Band, the Chorale of the Ithaca Children & Youth Chorus, Jean McPheeters as Sebella Wehe, UNITED dance group and Gayogo̱hó:nǫ drumming. 

Sponsored by CFCU Community Credit Union

 

 

Hometown Music Makers' Revue
Hometown Music Makers' Revue
Among the musical groups scheduled to play in the Hometown Music Makers' Revue are Marie & Annie Burns, the Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers, Joe Crookston, the Fall Creek Brass Band, Kevin Kinsella, Johnny Russo and the East Hill Classic Jazz Band, Richie and Rosie, the Sim Redmond Band, the Chorale of the Ithaca Children & Youth Chorus, Jean McPheeters as Sebella Wehe, UNITED dance group and Gayogo̱hó:nǫ drumming.

The concert is also a kick-off for The History Center's move to the new Tompkins Center for History and Culture in the former Tompkins Trust Building on the Commons' Bank Alley. The Convention and Visitors Bureau's downtown Visitors Center, Wharton Studio Museum, Historic Ithaca, Dorothy Cotton Institute, Community Arts Partnership, the Christopherson Center and the Discovery Trail will be among those be located at the Tompkins Center, where a major feature will be the restored Tommy Plane, made in Ithaca to train flyers during World War I.

The History Center is your generation-to-generation local history, education, and research center dedicated to helping people use the tools of history to understand the past, gain perspective on the present, and play an informed role in shaping the future. Music has been part of that flow of our past, present and future.
Venue Information:
State Theatre of Ithaca
107 West State St.
Ithaca, NY, 14850
http://www.stateofithaca.com/