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 Friday, November 25 2016
12 Noon-6:00 pm

MACA Information Table
12-4:30 pm
Museum of Early Trades and Crafts
Main Street and Green Village Rd.

Free Hot Cider

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The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts (Venue #1)    9 Main Street 
 1:15-1:45 The Gargoyles Music for the holiday season with the teen male a cappella group from Grace Episcopal Church.
2:00-3:00 Petra Schemmann  Solo piano, piano duets and spoken word.
3:15-4:15 The Eclectic Consort From classical to folk, from ancient to modern. Instruments include recorders of all sizes, gemshorns, guitars, Scottish small pipes, keyboards, flutes, tin whistle, percussion and vocals.
Short Stories (Venue #2)   23 Main St.
 12:00-12:45  Spotlight Kids This Madison-based children’s theatre will present selections from their production of Peter Pan.
 1:00-2:00  Rosewood Madison’s favorite Pop/Rock band play classic Pop and Rock hits from the 60’s through today, including fan-favorite artists like Fleetwood Mac, The Pretenders and Elvis Costello.
 2:30-3:30  Michael Aquino Tales from urban, suburban and intergalactic landscapes…with a beat.
 4:00-5:00  Half Step Down Acoustic-electric interpretations of various rock genres, featuring three part vocal harmonies.
Drip Coffee (Venue #3)   34 Main St.
1:00-2:00 Momma D Acoustic Folk, soul, and original works.
2:30-3:30 Patricia Doyle Indie, pop, ballads and original work.
3:45-4:45 Jeff Webb Acoustic folk/rock with a bit of twang.
Shanghai Jazz (Venue #4)    24 Main St.
 5:00-6:00 Jerry Vezza The Jerry Vezza Trio plays a Jazz Christmas
Studio Yoga (Venue #5)  2 Green Village Rd. (Second Floor)
 3:00-4:00  Dance Innovations Selections from the Nutcracker Suite
On A Roll (Venue #6)  50 1/2 Main St.
1:30-2:30 Rachel Marie The social awareness of folk meets the introspection of the singer-songwriter tradition with a moderate dose of snark.
3:00-3:30 Darren O’Neill Classical guitarist, Darren O’Neill and the husband and wife vocal team of Jordan and Alethea Wilhelm present Folksong arrangements by Portland guitarist, Bryan Johanson, and arrangements of Spirituals by Cincinnati guitarist, Rodney Stucky.
3:45-4:15 Darren O’Neill
Poor Herbie’s   (Venue #7)  13 Waverly Pl.
 1:00-2:00 Star Barkman Star Barkman is a solo singer/songwriter/guitarist, performing top hits of the decades and original works.
The Hat Shop (Venue #8)   81 Main St.
 1:00-2:30 Oneby6

Oneby6 with John Kizzie, Guitarist, and Amy Kizzie, Vocals.

One voice by six strings- This duo offers elegant music for elegant occasions. Their repertoire spans several generations – featuring songs of love and sometimes, love lost.


Provident Bank (Venue #9)  98 Main St. -Warming Station- Cider and Snacks
 1:00-4:00  Andrew Pungot Want a different kind of selfie? Comic book artist and illustrator Andrew Pungot could be putting you in one of his unique caricatures.  In the bank lobby all afternoon.
 Presbyterian Church of Madison (Venue #10)  19 Green Ave.
 1:00-5:00  Madison Music Association

An afternoon celebration of music from the Madison School District.


Grace Episcopal Church (Venue #11)  4 Madison Ave.
 12:00-12:45 Merynda Adams The internationally-renowned harpist presents selections from her repertoire of works written and adapted for the harp.
 1:00-1:45  John Pivarnik and Nan Childress A program of four hand piano works. Andante and Variations, Op 83a – F. Mendelssohn.
Excerpts from ‘Nutcracker Suite’ Op. 71a– P. Tchaikovsky
2:00-3:00 Robert Butts The Music of Robert W. Butts – songs from shows plus Early Morning Suite for Classical Guitar performed by Stanley Alexandrowicz.
3:15-4:00 Susan Glaser

Merynda Adams
Flutist Susan Glaser and harpist Merynda Adams will perform in Grace Episcopal Church.
4:15-5:00 Simply Brass The tri-state area’s premiere brass band will be performing some favorite classics, jazz, and Christmas music. 



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