Pleasant Beach Village continues to offer world-class musical performances as part of its concert series at the historic Manor House, featuring nine new Pacific Northwest artists through April 23.
The series, first launched last October, had several sold-out performances.
The series was curated by Pleasant Beach Village music director Andrew Joslyn, an award-winning composer and musical polymath who has worked with artists such as Kesha, Leslie Odom Jr. and Macklemore and used his network to bring together artists selected for Bainbridge residents.
The new season, which launched Feb. 15, offers artists ranging from blues/pop singer Halley Greg (a contestant on the recent season of the Voice), Matt and Charity Gervais of the rock band ‘The Head and the Heart,” backed by the Passenger String Quartet (led by Andrew Joslyn), latin jazz master Harry Malo Castro and WEPA, the award-winning soul swing duo Sundae and Mr. Goessl, and alternative rock band King Youngblood, among others.
The concerts will end with classical guitar master Jamie Stillway with Eric Skye, who are widely regarded as masters of their craft in the world of fingerstyle guitar. Spillway, named by Fretboard Journal as “one of the top fingerstyle guitarists of her generation,” and Skye, hailed by Premier Guitar as a “virtuosic guitarist with improvisational telepathy,” have teamed up for the concert.
Musicians and patrons will need to show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours from the time of entry in order to attend concerts at the Manor House.
Tickets are on sale and the calendar can be viewed atpleasantbeachvillage.com/concertseries/.