ARTS ON THE LAKE
Lake Carmel Arts Center
640 Route 52
Kent Lakes, NY 10512

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Office hours:
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mon., Wed. & Fri.; other times by appointment.

845 228-AOTL (2685)

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2022 Summer Concert Series - AotL Jazz Ensemble

Friday, July 8, at 7:00 pm

 

Coming soon to Arts on the Lake

"Hollywood Jazz" night - Big Band Sound

Our own Tim Ouimette once again assembles his band of all star musicians that every summer simply blow people away at how good they are.

 

Ouimette is musician who has played with the masters of the jazz world as well as many other noted performers. They include: Ray Charles, Cab Calloway, Ray Barretto and Keith Richards. He is an in demand player for TV and radio spots as both a musician and arranger. He also has his own 10-piece band that makes its home at Arts on the Lake. Tim recently finished a recording project that includes drummers Mike Clark and Lenny White, as well as blues stalwart Delbert McClinton.

 

This night the band will be paying tribute to the musical legends of Hollywood.

 

GENERAL CONCERT INFORMATION

 

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Our Summer Concert Series in July concerts are offered on a pay-as-you-wish basis and take place in our newly landscaped concert area thanks to the generosity of Henry and Julie Boyd and family.


All concerts in this July series are on Fridays and start at 7 PM. Concerts are rain or shine and may be held indoors if it is severe weather.


Lawn chairs, food and drink are welcome. Limited refreshments will be available on site. Parking is limited so we suggest arriving at least 20 minutes before the concert.


All these events are made possible by the many local business sponsors who support us, so we ask that you support their endeavors.


Email office@artsonthelake.org for any questions or call 845 228 2685.


These concerts are made possible by our supporters and in part through the Putnam Arts Council's Arts Link Grant Program with Public Funds provided from the Putnam Count and through the New York State Council on the Arts with support from the Governor's office and the NY State Legislature.