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Summer Season - 2024!

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Triphammer Arts Summer Season 2024


Monday, June 17, 2024 7:00 pm String Theory
Summer Solstice Sunset Concert
From Bach to Bluegrass! Featuring Grammy nominated violinist Ariana Kim, with Rick Manning, Tim Ball, Tom Hodgson, Dave Davies

At the Barn Stage this year - We'll have all of the tents set up for audience shade.

 Tickets $15 cash or check at the gate. Children 12 and under free  

June 30, 2024 7:00 pm Autumn Sun
Americana/New Folk –

Lead vocals singer/songwriter/guitar Sue Horowitz…..Susan Murphy – songwriter/keyboards ,winds and back up vocals…. Joseph Rayle on bass and back up vocals… Curtis Kretz on drums and percussion....with fiddling, mandolin, occasional trombone and back up vocals by Margaret Ball.


July 3, 2024 7:00 pm Arise and Go - Celtic Trio with Michael Roddy, Ellie Goud, and Tim Ball

July 11-14, 2024 Triphammer Arts Jazz Festival

July 11, 2024 7:00 pm Headline artist: Linda Purl with Ted Firth, piano


 Purl is known to millions for her running roles on multiple, iconic television series. Besides being Richie Cunningham’s girlfriend, Fonzie’s fiancée on Happy Days, Matlock’s daughter Charlene Matlock, Pam’s Mom/Steve Carell’s girlfriend on The Office, she has starred in over 45 made-for-TV movies. Current recurring, After Forever, Bold and Beautiful. Theatre credits (partial listing) Broadway: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Getting and Spending. Off-Broadway, Mr. Toole, The Baby Dance. Westend, The Year of Magical Thinking. UK Bill Kenwright tour of Catch Me If You Can. Regional at such theatres as: Long Wharf, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Old Globe, Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, North Coast Repertory, Santa Fe Opera, Cleveland Playhouse, Laguna Playhouse, The Lensic Santa Fe, Berkeley Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival (six seasons); Theatre Princesse Grace, Monaco; Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, Japan; Westend’s The Other Palace. Partial film: Paul’s Promise, Mighty Joe Young, Leo and Loree; Sundays. Upcoming: LA Grit. Described by the London Times, “Purl cuts loose with all the authority of a seasoned jazz vocalist…she is mesmerizing” and by the Los Angeles Times as “A true American sweetheart…riveting…a gifted song stylist”. Past concert venues include 54 Below, Dizzy’s and Rose Hall at Lincoln Center Jazz, Birdland, Catalina Jazz Club, Thousand Oaks Performing Arts Center, Naples Philharmonic, Feinstein’s at Carmichael, Crooners, the Pheasantry and Crazy Coqs in London, Club Raye in Paris and Satin Doll in Tokyo. She has performed with the Glenn Miller, Diva Jazz and Orlando Jazz Orchestras and Colorado Springs Symphony. Solo albums are Alone Together, Out of this World—Live, Midnight Caravan, Up Jumped Spring, Taking a Chance on Love and most recently This Could Be the Start. “An act that literally takes your breath away…an impressive range, perfect intonation, awesome phrasing. In a tired landscape of cabaret yawns she is one solid hour of seamless enchantment.” Rex Reed Purl, “melts as softly as Judy Garland..” NY Times

July 12, 2024 7:00 pm JAZZ at CORNELL - no concert at Triphamer Arts

I-bop Jazz Septet featuring Bill Easley featuring Paul Merrill, trumpet; Seth Carper, saxophones; Steve Brown, guitar; Dino Losito, piano; Peter Chwazik, bass, and Owen Erickson, drums.  

July 13, 2024 7:00 pm Ithaca Jazz Voices under the direction of John White

July 14, 2024 7:00 pm Triphammer Big Band led by Paul Merrill  and Mike Titlebaum with vocalists Catherine Gale and Steve Stull. Sixteen jazz players from around the region gather for a swinging concert!




August 4, 2024 Watermusic/Dancing on the Trail
Music and Dance along the Cayuga Waterfront Trail

August 9,10, 2024  An Evening of Music Theatre in concert


August 25, 2024 Moving Landscapes
Choreographers’ Showcase
Featuring work of Jeanne Goddard, Donna Davenport, Amy Bush, Michelle Ikle’, Tina Price, the Pranadanas, and more. With musicians John White, David Coester, Owen Cummings, Steven Stull

These programs are made possible in part with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants program from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the office of the Governor and NYS Legislature, and from Tompkins County; administered by the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County, grants from the Tompkins County Tourism Program, NYSCA-A.R.T./New York Creative Opportunity Fund (A Statewide Theatre Regrant Program), and by generous individual donors. 








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And there's more:

CRS GROWERS FARM STAND – Fresh organic produce will be available for purchase, in the shady area near the outdoor restroom. Also provided: water (free) and sanitizing wipes.

Organic Tomato picture

Succulent organic tomatoes from CRS Growers in 2020 

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photo Dede Hatch

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