Friday, August 12, 2022
Times: 6 – 8:30 PM
Cost: Non-member adult: $15 Non-member youth (4-17): $10 | Member adult: $10 Member youth: $7Get Tickets
Enjoy being outside and spend a summer evening at the Village after our normal hours of operation! Stroll through our scenic campus, take a horse-drawn wagon ride, and listen to live guitar and fiddle music by Max Cohen & Rose Clancy. Hamburgers, hot dogs, snacks, and drinks will be available for sale and the Miner Grant Store will be open too! Guests are also welcome to bring a picnic.
Pre-registration is recommended. Register here.
Non-member adult: $15
Non-member youth (4-17): $10
Member adult: $10
Member youth: $7
About the Musical Artists:
Max Cohen has been playing guitar for more than thirty years, and his musicianship has drawn accolades from critics and fans alike. Max is a native of Cape Cod. Early on, he pursued a career as a singer-songwriter and worked as a guitarist/singer in a Massachusetts-based wedding band. In more recent years Cohen has been focused on traditional music, and has become an accomplished accompanist in the New England acoustic music scene. Notably, Max spent years backing renowned folk singer Priscilla Herdman and Franco-American fiddler Donna Hebert. Most recently he has been playing with the Cape Cod based fiddler, Rose Clancy.
Rose Clancy was born in New York into a musical family hailing from County Armagh, Ireland, an area immersed in Traditional Irish Music. Her musical career began at an early age performing with her family’s musical group, The Clancy Tradition. Rose learned Traditional Music from her Father, Eugene Clancy of the Irish Ramblers, and by sitting in with the band at “ceilidh’s (Irish dances) with great traditional musicians such as Felix Dolan, Brian Conway and Mike Melanophy. After a successful career in NY, Rose decided to move to Boston to attend the North Bennett Street School where she studied violin making for 3 years. Upon graduating she founded The Chatham Fiddle Company where she teaches, makes and repairs instruments and runs a boutique concert series featuring some of the finest talent from the celtic music genre. Rose performs throughout the Northeast and recently at Gaelic Roots, Boston College, at the South Shore Conservatory Roots and Branches with Robbie O’Connell and at The Burren Backroom with Jacqueline Schwab. She has released several CD’s with The Clancy Tradition and most recently released her first solo CD with pianist Brendan Dolan featuring the music of Ireland, Cape Breton and Scotland.
Other Important Information
- Discounts that apply to standard daytime admission do not apply to Evening at the Village.
- Tickets are nonrefundable. Old Sturbridge Village is open rain or shine.
- You do not have to arrive exactly at 6:00 pm, but please keep in mind that Evening at the Village ends at 8:30 pm.
Evening at the Village is sponsored by: