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Blues Jam at the Conservatory every fourth Monday
The first session will be on Monday, October 22nd from 7 – 9 PM. 

On the fourth Monday of each month the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts will host an acoustic blues guitar jam. Bill Gregg, long time guitar teacher at TCFA, has presented several blues workshops at the conservatory in recent years. He is inviting guitarists of all levels who are interested in traditional blues to get together and play with others who enjoy this music. The format will be a round robin jam where each player can take a turn leading a song while others join in. For those who don’t feel comfortable in leading, it is perfectly OK to pass and just play along. Other acoustic instruments are welcome to join in too (mandolin, acoustic bass, fiddle, jug etc.) For more information contact Bill Gregg at info@harmonic-resources.com

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Fall Invitational Art Show
Open through the end of October, see below for times

The show is free and open to the public. Encourage your mind to wander a path of possibilities. Delve into the works of the four remarkable artists featured at The Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Art’s 34th Annual Fall Invitational.

  • Internationally known Philadelphia artist, Treacy Ziegler sets the tone with a selection of her provocative mono prints and bronze sculpture.
  • Joe Radoccia, from the Hudson Valley, adds monumental portraits from his “Becoming Elders” series that celebrates age in the LGBTQ community.
  • Momoko Takeshita Keane’s sumptuous organic clay vessels have competed on the world stage from Kyoto to Washington at our own Smithsonian.
  • Local Ithaca artist John Lyon Paul shares his stunning explorations in color, texture and rhythm in works from his visionary series,”Meditation Shawls”.

Show viewing hours as follows:

Fridays, October 19 and 26, 2-7pm
Saturday, October 20, 2-7pm
Saturday, October 27 (TCFA Draw-A-Thon) noon-midnight
Sundays, October 21 and 28, noon-6pm
Wednesday, October 31 (Halloween Open house), 5-7:30pm

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The Other Side of Bill Gregg
Sunday, September 30 from 3-5pm

The conservatory’s long time guitar instructor, Bill Gregg, will present THE OTHER SIDE OF BILL GREGG a concert showcasing the Appalachian or lap dulcimer, mandolin, ukulele, fiddle, banjo, piano, and autoharp along with a couple of pieces on guitar. After one of his guitar concerts last year, an audience member asked, “When are you going to do a show with all those other instruments that you play?” This is that requested concert.

In lieu of tickets with a fixed price, the conservatory and Mr. Gregg are asking those attending the concert to simply make a donation at the door to support TCFA and its mission of bringing music, art and dance to the community.

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Contra Dance – Katy Heine with O’Shanigans
September 21 at 8pm

Katy Heine calling the dances to the high energy music of O’Shanigans. Jon Avery (fiddle), Phil Robinson (guitar), Katrina Mackey (flute) and Michael Ludgate (mandolin, foot percussion). Easy to learn dances with full instructions from a great teacher and caller. No partner needed – just come. Clean dance shoes are always appreciated to protect the floor. A beginners lesson starts at 7:45 so come early! Admission is $9 at the door.

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Chamber Music @ NewPark fundraiser at TCFA
September 9th at 2pm

This is the final 2018 performance of Chamber Music @ NewPark and they are coming to the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts for their yearly fundraiser. Help support this incredible group of performers and see them in an intimate setting at the Conservatory. Performance begins at 2pm with a reception to follow at 4pm with light refreshments. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, $15 for students, and children 18 and under free at the door or included in your season pass (see details HERE).

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We’re offering new art classes!
Check out our youth programs and adult classes!


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