Vineyard Sinfonietta Celebrates One of Its Own With Heidi's Concert
Holly Pretsky
The Vineyard Sinfonietta celebrates its longest serving member on Sunday with a concert in her honor.
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Hootenanny Night: Amateur Folksingers Take Over Coffee House for a Night
From the Gazette archives: a story about James Taylor appearing at a Hootenanny in 1963.
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Building Bridges Through Song
Bill Eville

Roberta Kirn finds songs wherever she goes, a wandering minstrel for music as part of her Song Exchange Project.

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Yard’s Winter Season Brings Light Into the Darkness
Landry Harlan

The Yard is on a mission to help Vineyarders beat the winter doldrums with dance.

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Swedish Fish and Quartet San Francisco; a Strings Supergroup
Landry Harlan
Quartet San Francisco has been visiting Island schools this week to perform and play music with students, in a program sponsored by the Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society.
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LadyFest Rocks With the Beat of Solidarity
Steve Myrick
Throngs of music lovers crowded a closed down Circuit avenue in Oak Bluffs Saturday night to celebrate Island women in music.
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Women Take Center Stage at LadyFest Music Festival
Steve Myrick
LadyFest returns on Saturday evening for its second year, featuring female musicians from all over the Island and raising money for Connect to End Violence.
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Band on the Run, Up Circuit Avenue

This Saturday, Sept. 8 is the ninth annual Best Fest. There will be dancing in the streets, or rather street: Circuit avenue.

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Jazz and Blues Summerfest

The Martha’s Vineyard Jazz and Blues Summerfest kicked off on Thursday, August 30.

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Introducing Slammy B and the Electric Snakes
Bill Eville
On Thursday, four 14 year olds defied expectations and age limits when they strutted into the Ritz and instead of being tossed out started tuning up.
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