formerly Ridgefield + Wilton Magazine
Music at the Museum, presented by Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center (KTM&HC) and Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra (RSO) will continue its diverse, casual, weekend performances through August.
“Inspired by the success of Make Music Day back in June, we wanted to continue to be able to offer musicians a chance to perform live outdoors on our historic grounds,” said Hildi Grob, Executive Director at KTM&HC. And the community has embraced it. Performers include musicians from the RSO, along with other fantastic local artists and bands.
Scheduled August performances include the following:
August 2 – 3:00-PM – Eric Christensen – Music type: folk/rock guitar
August 9 – 3:00 PM – The Cara Quartet – RSO musician & friends. Music type: classical flute & strings quartet
August 16 – 2:00 PM – Angry O’Haras – Music type: bluegrass/acoustic/ alternative
August 23 – 3:00 PM – Peter Wikul Quartet – Music type: jazz quartet
August 29 (Saturday) – 4:00 PM – Gold Coast Brass – RSO musicians & friends. Music type: classical and popular brass quintet
KTM&HC is COVID-19 certified according to state guidelines for Museums. Currently, only the outdoor grounds are open, including the gardens and self-guided walking tour (no Museum tours are currently offered). Visitors must follow posted guidelines for social distancing, face coverings or masks, and one-way traffic. Performers are exempt from wearing a mask when they are performing and are at least 12 feet away from the nearest person. There are no public restrooms.